Our contributing photographer Asep Mawardi was on Peachtree for the final Atlanta Streets Alive of 2016. Atlanta’s most famous thoroughfare was blocked to motorized vehicles on Sunday afternoon from Midtown to Downtown.
By Manning Harris The Alliance Theatre is currently playing host to Chicago’s Lookingglass Theatre’s production of “Moby Dick,” adapted and directed by David Catlin, based on the novel by Herman Melville. The production runs through Oct. 30. Alliance fans may recall the Chicago company’s 2010 visit here with a startling, surreal show called “Lookingglass Alice,” […]
By Tim Sullivan I love October. It’s the best month of the year in Atlanta. We’ll be football watching and Fall festival-ing and for the most part, not sweating. But now that we are safely beyond Summer and the nearly ninety days we’ve had this year above 90 degrees can we talk about the heat? […]
By Carolyn Stine McLaughlin Good manners and a decent knowledge of etiquette are things most everyone wants. But, fear can get in the way. We are afraid to ask for help and of being embarrassed by doing or saying the wrong thing. Some people proclaim that manners are only for fancy people or that etiquette […]
The Inman Park Neighborhood Association is hosting a special edition of “Urban Conversations” on Monday, Oct. 24, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Historic Trolley Barn, 963 Edgewood Ave. A team of city leaders will explain the MARTA referendum and T-SPLOST referendum that City of Atlanta residents will vote on Nov. 8. The guest speakers […]
More than 54,000 voters have cast their ballot in Fulton County during the first four days of early voting, according to a media release. Fulton has opened 24 early voting locations and 12 outreach locations around the county. “We are pleased with the high turnout during this first four days of early voting,” said Richard […]