Dogs really are man’s best friend, here are some Atlanta dog parks where you and your dog can spend some time together in the outdoors.
If you are staying in town for spring break 2015, blogger Meghan Cooper gives her picks for activities to do with the kids.
There is no happier image than a puppy that is ready to go meet some friends at the dog park. We’ve chosen some of the best places to take your pooch for a day out in Atlanta.
While Atlanta doesn’t get much snow, there are a number of ski resorts within driving distance of the Atlanta area that the entire family can enjoy.
Get your kids out of the house and involved in after-school activities. We’ve chosen a few of the most active groups that provide a range of different options for your children to stay busy in the early evenings.
As we all learned last winter, Atlanta does not handle extreme weather very well. Here are some tips to be prepared before a snowstorm or other weather disaster hits.
Whether you’re going for the standard “Family in white on the beach” shot or something less conventional, family portraits are important. Check out some of our favorite local photographers.
For many people in Atlanta, it’s not really a holiday celebration without lights. Check out some of the best spots to see some holiday shine.
Hanukkah falls in December from the 16th through the 24th this year and there are a number of fun ways to celebrate with your family in Atlanta.
Fall is here and that means Thanksgiving break for the school kids. What to do? How about some of these great Thanksgiving craft ideas to keep the kids and even the parents busy.