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10 of metro Atlanta’s most vibrant city centers—that aren’t Atlanta
Atlanta’s suburbs are getting more urban. Metro residents crave proximity to walkable city centers and are flocking to reinvigorated, historic towns like Alpharetta and Hapeville—or newly invented places like Trilith and Serenbe. Here are 10 communities with newly vibrant downtowns.
Three styles of empanadas to try in metro Atlanta
The half moon–shaped pastries originated in Spain but took on local flavors and ingredients as they spread throughout Latin America. Typically the size of your palm, they’re perfect for quelling midday hunger pangs.
5 indie bookstores to support during Women’s History Month (and all year long)
Georgia’s literary history is rich with remarkable women writers like Anne Rivers Siddons, Pearl Cleage, Flannery O’Connor, Tayari Jones, and Alice Walker. It’s no surprise that legacy carries into the metro’s brick-and-mortar bookshops.
When it comes to Galentine’s Day destinations, Woodstock is Leslie Knope-approved
Galentine’s Day might just be a made up holiday championed by a fictional character, but Leslie Knope from NBC’s Parks and Recreation would find Woodstock to be the perfect place for celebrating female friendships.According...
Woodstock is a holiday shopper’s dream come true
Woodstock is unexpected to people who remember it as the sleepy little bedroom community it was in the 1980s. Lately, it’s more like the bustling whistle stop it was in the 1880s because of...
Six OTP amphitheaters worth the trip this summer
As the heat turns up, so does the volume at outdoor concerts just a short drive from Atlanta.
Some of the best Neapolitan pies can be found in Woodstock, where chef and owner Michael Bologna cooks them in a wood-fired oven.
Watch a dirt track race at the Dixie Speedway
Bring the kids, the grill, and a case of beer to get the full Saturday night tailgating experience at this authentic red clay racetrack in Woodstock.
The name Martin Luther is probably not the first historical figure that comes to mind when you think craft beer. But ask co-founder Spencer Nix, and it makes perfect sense.
One Square Mile: Dixie Speedway
In the pits, 73-year-old Nancy Roland, poker visor down and a Marlboro Light dangling from her lips, pushes an ice scraper across the hood of the race car, sweeping off chunks of orange clay. Thirteen-year-old Will Roland steps out from behind the trailer, zipping up his black-and-red fire suit.
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