Family & Pets
Atlanta will play host to a number of reading events this summer, specially designed for pint-sized page turners and literati of the littlest kind.
While many pet owners may acquire their new furry friends through a family member, acquaintance, rescue society, humane shelter or pet store, the benefits of obtaining a dog or cat through a breeder are abundant.
Whether graduating from high school and moving on to college or graduating from college and moving on to the real world, there is an abundance of wonderful locales and venues to host a party to honor an up-and-coming grad in Atlanta.
There are a number of excellent swim lesson providers throughout the Metro Atlanta area.
Whether seeking the premium destination for an unforgettable circus viewing experience or hunting down classes on how to perfect one’s very own circus act, this is the go-to article for the best circus experiences in Atlanta.
For Atlanta families on the hunt for something fun to do this Easter weekend, look no further than this list.
Passover is a very special holiday that has been celebrated by countless Jewish families for centuries. Commemorating their ancestors’ freedom from slavery in Egypt, it is an eight-day celebration marked by special songs, meals, rituals and stories. In order to pass this tradition on from one generation to the next, Atlanta parents are blessed with a number of local places and events that they can share with their children.
A number of Atlanta attractions feature special admission prices for adults in their golden years. A multi-generational jaunt to any one of these hot spots could equate to memories that will last a lifetime – well worth the discounted price of admission.
Whether searching for a job to help make ends meet or attempting to strike out on a new career path, Atlanta job seekers are lucky to live in a city that offers a number of resources to help them in their quest. From comprehensive websites to career information and resource centers, that next great job could be just a “click” away.
For Atlantans who wish to be “better safe than sorry,” there are a number of excellent local resources to help them prepare for a potential economic, social or natural disaster.