Super playful and cuddly is how Todd Steigerwalt describes his Schnoodle dog—a breed mix of a schnauzer and a poodle—Pippa. You may have seen her speed past you on the Atlanta BeltLine while riding on Steigerwalt’s back.
Fall outdoor events crank up this month, and the season offers lots of trends ready for open fields and hot temps.
Dom Beijos is a Portuguese wine shop with a selection of more than 70 varieties focused around the $15 price point.
Gua Sha is a traditional Chinese technique for reducing pain and inflammation brought on by blood stasis or stagnation.
Georgia Women Fly Fishers has hosted Casting for Confidence, a free, annual, day-long retreat that teaches fly fishing basics to female cancer survivors, since 2002. “This is the time to release all other fears and concerns. I can attest you’ll let it all go once you see this beautiful space.”
An adorable Doggy Con is parading through Woodruff Park in preparation for Dragon Con, Fox Bros Bar-B-Q, Taqueria del Sol, and Home Team BBQ are teaming up for Foxeria del Sol Hatch Chile Fest, and take the kids to Dunwoody Nature Center's 25th Annual Butterfly Festival.
BronzeLens Film Festival, a five-day event that gives the big-screen treatment to short films and feature-length movies, spotlights emerging actors and filmmakers of color. It will run from August 21–25 at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta, the Carter Center, and other venues.
Georgia’s forests are a shrinking line of defense against global warming. Can Janisse Ray make us care enough to save them?
Georgia’s once-mighty and fast-diminishing forests are one of the country’s least appreciated wonders. Author Janisse Ray has long been their fierce advocate—and as a new threat emerges, her message is more urgent than ever.
Why are there so many roaches in my Atlanta house? It could be the weather. Or the trees. Or the fact that we—as Atlantans—are just screwed.