Arts & Culture
Book clubs are an easy social experience for adults looking for a low-pressure reason to leave the house. Typically, these clubs involve members meeting to discuss the recent best seller, a classic or special interest books.
Art lovers may want to take note of the following Atlanta-area businesses.
From “The Breakfast Club” to “Mean Girls,” what’s the best school movie? You decide!
Atlanta offers classes, poetry reading, screenplay writing groups and more for aspiring writers.
From the natural history that shaped the land to the cultural history that shaped its people, Atlanta’s museums offer a leisurely, enlightening and delightful walk through time.
These New York Times, international or just down right popular bestselling authors are residents of Atlanta but could be seen as the quiet, demure celebrities of the town.
Let’s take a look at the top upcoming dance performances in Atlanta.
Enjoy theater outdoors with some of these great Atlanta theater groups.
Atlanta is privy to local independent book stores like A Cappella Books, Charis Books, Little Shop of Stories, Bound to Be Read Books, and Phoenix and Dragon Book Store. Check out each stores event calendars for many community events happening daily.
From the drawings of animals to speculations on hidden realms, the summer of 2013 will offer Atlanta artwork for every taste and imagination.