Atlanta parents in search of something “eggstraordinary” to do with the kids this Easter should hop on over to one or more of the awesome events they find on this must-do list for spring 2014.
This list reveals five must-visit galleries for aspiring art lovers who may not be blessed with deep pockets.
Atlanta families will be doing a jig this St. Patrick’s Day, thanks to the wide variety of Irish-themed events and activities thoughtfully designed for the enjoyment of kids of all ages.
For those not lucky enough to snag court-side seats to their games of choice, these Atlanta sports bars and pubs will prove ideal for college basketball fans who wish to score a great spot to watch their favorite teams play.
Atlanta is a city filled to overflowing with world-class hotels and critically-acclaimed restaurants, but the following fit the bill for a true night of romance.
With the number of dual-income families on the rise, the need for quality child care has never been in greater demand. Here is a great list to start your child care search with.
Representing a chic blend of art and fashion, there are a number of unique boutiques and distinctive destinations throughout the city where both fledgling and full-blown fashionistas can pursue their passion for finding (and even making) handmade jewelry.
From hockey and figure skating lessons to birthday parties and public skate times, there’s something for everyone at the following locations that offer up some of the best ice skating in Atlanta.
When repeated performances of “Rain, Rain Go Away” don’t seem to be altering the clouds swirling in the distance, families can seek refuge in a number of Atlanta destinations that are conveniently housed indoors. There’s no need to let a little precipitation spoil all of the fun.
Executive Chef Michael Klein of Georgia’s Lake Lanier Islands Resort shares a few secrets to assembling a crowd-pleasing holiday menu – while saving a little time to actually enjoy the holiday outside of the kitchen.