Little Five Arts Alive, a free weekly series of outdoor arts events, will enliven Findley and Davis Plazas (at the corner of Euclid and Moreland Avenues) every Saturday and Sunday from 5 to 8 p.m. through Nov. 5. The programming will highlight a wide variety of artists – music, dance, theatre, visual arts, crafts, circus, […]
The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) will close Piedmont Road in both directions at the I-85 collapse site beginning at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, April 25. The road won’t reopen until 9 a.m. on Wednesday morning. Motorists are warned to find another route to navigate around the closed section of Piedmont as crews work […]
By Clare S. Richie While strolling through the Inman Park Festival in April or Virginia-Highland Summerfest in June, look for a kayak and Melissa Page in her captain’s hat to find the Sea Goat Soap and Sponge booth. After smelling the pure fragrances, reviewing the natural ingredients listed on the soap bars, and learning about […]
By Grace Huseth You may think your house is green and environmentally friendly with LED light bulbs and a low flow toilet, but Georgia Tech is attempting to construct the most environmentally advanced building in the Southeast on its Midtown campus. The challenge first came from The Kendeda Fund, one of the leading philanthropic investors […]
New restaurants, a resurgence in the condo and townhome market, spring arts and culture events, and a pictorial on the Atlanta BeltLine expansion are just some of the stories featured in our May issue. Read the digital edition online by clicking the cover or this link.
It was a rainy day for the first Atlanta Streets Alive of 2017, but that didn’t stop folks from coming to the southside of the city – from West End to Grant Park – to walk, ride their bikes, enjoy entertainment, sample local food and do a little protesting over the future of the Turner […]