There are many museums, stores, parks and other venues that offer cheap and even free activities for kids to enjoy.
Kick around a few beers with your friends while watching the World Cup at these Atlanta bars.
Atlanta is a foodie’s town, and there are few things locals take more seriously than barbecue. Whether you’re a fan of Memphis, Kansas City or something more exotic, you can find fantastic and inexpensive meals all over town.
If every New York woman needs a little black dress, then every Southern young lady needs the perfect summer sundress. If you want something that will help you stand out at your next soiree, check out these local Atlanta boutiques.
For those people in Georgia looking to get involved in the arts, but do not consider themselves artists, there are still many ways to get involved.
You don’t have to go to the beach to have fun this summer. There are plenty of awesome happenings right here in Atlanta, whether you just want to hang out and try some local beers or you want to learn how to work with lavender.
While the first official day of summer 2014 doesn’t occur until June 21, the season gets underway a little earlier with the advent of Memorial Day on May 26. Some of Atlanta’s most beloved destinations and attractions will play host to a slew of activities throughout the three-day Memorial weekend.
The pop dance culture still lives in Atlanta. If you want to get out and groove to some good old fashioned pop, here is where you can do it in the metro area.
Told through the eyes of poet Frances Osgood, Mrs. Poe traces the stellar rise of Edgar Allan Poe upon the publication of ‘The Raven’ in 1845 to his plunge from grace just one year later.
Whether your mom is one to get gussied up and head to the Ritz or she prefers a more casual affair, brunch on Mother’s Day is a great fit. There are so many restaurants to choose from in Atlanta. Break out of your routine and try somewhere different for her special day.