Pssst… Feast Noir – Atlanta’s first flash mob foodie picnic is happening in August. Are you on the list?
Wine dinners are a fun, affordable way to find good wines. Here’s a roundup of Atlanta wine tastings, Atlanta-area wine dinners and Atlanta wine and food pairings.
Did you know that there’s a Facebook group just for people who hate Atlanta? Neither did I. But, I gotta be honest. I wasn’t that surprised when I found out. I hear it all the time, from both natives and transplants: Atlanta sucks. It’s too small, too slow, too crowded, too hot, too humid, too [...]
For the past five years, Labor Day weekend in Atlanta has signaled the arrival of House in the Park, a family-friendly outdoor music festival for lovers of house, afrobeat, and soulful dance music. Though it continues to swell each year, House in the Park is still a largely under-the-radar event in Atlanta, mainly because it [...]
Calling all brewheads! On Thursday, August 19, South City Kitchen Vinings will host a unique, four-course prix fixe dinner featuring the distinctive beers of Atlanta’s own Sweetwater Brewery. The cost is $50/person (including tax and gratuity) and reservations are available by phone only at 770.435.0700. Check out the menu below: Passed Hors d’Oeuvres [...]
Only a few more days before the 22nd National Black Arts Festival begins! Well, technically, the festival never ends since it’s a year-round celebration of arts and culture across the African Diaspora. But from July 14-18, we’ll be treated to a concentrated dose of all that the NBAF has to offer. The NBAF is always a [...]
Today is the 40th anniversary of Earth Day – a day designed to inspire awareness and appreciation for the lovely blue planet we call home (well, most of us anyway… some of y’all are clearly from the outer limits). Haven’t thought of how you’ll celebrate the day? No worries, here’s a handy list of [...]
If you’ve ever ridden Marta southbound into the West End station, you might have noticed the backside of a huge billboard that faces east towards downtown. The front of the billboard changes regularly, but the rear consistently bears the large and highly recognizable glyph of the ubiquitous grafitti artist, DOSE. For months, that billboard was the signal that [...]