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Eat, Shop, Rock Out
Kelley McLaughlin | July 5, 2011

Ladies Night: Way to a Man’s Heart, Thu., July 7
Ladies of Atlanta, are you feeling a bit domestically challenged? Don’t let past faux pas in the kitchen keep you from creating a gourmet meal for you and your...

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Run This Town
Jennifer Sheu | June 27, 2011

Make your way to Woodfire Grill on July 2nd for its annual BBQ & Beer celebration. Bring your appetite—a three-course all-American dinner will be served alongside a bar that will be doling out SweetWater...

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Creative Ways to Cool Off
Nikki Welch | June 20, 2011

Immerse yourself in wildlife and a take a cool dip at the Georgia Aquarium as you swim with whale sharks on the Journey with Gentle Giants. Everyone is supplied with the necessary equipment to swim in the tank, and splashing around with the...

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JEZEBEL's Top Picks for Dad's Day
By Sydney Carter | June 13, 2011

For the Golfer: Night Golf Experience
Cruise with Dad to Chateau Elan ( to experience the sport in the dark. On June 18, the Night...

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This Week in Atlanta
Lindsay Salzberg | June 7, 2011

On Friday, June 10, enjoy some laughs with comedian Chelsea Handler at Chastain Park Amphitheatre. Known for rocking the television, literary and stand-up worlds with her outrageous brand of comedy, she is at it again with her 2011 comedy tour...

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Days of Future Passed
Bret Love | June 1, 2011

If you’d asked me 15 years ago what the hottest musical trend in Atlanta would be circa 2011, I’d have guessed block-rockin’ techno, forward-thinking hip-hop or some other futuristic musical form that hadn’t...

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Hitting the Barre
Chelsea Greenwood | June 1, 2011

Seventies fashions—think bellbottoms, floppy hats and platforms—are back en vogue once again, so is it any surprise that an exercise from the 1970s is regaining popularity, too? Back then, women from New York to Hollywood...

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Travel Georgia
Editors on Staff | June 1, 2011

The Inn at Serenbe

We know you might be cynical, but trust us: It is possible to let all your worries drift away a mere half hour from home. Weary Atlantan, meet your neighbor, Serenbe. This idyllic farm...

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New Kids on the Block
Lisa Horten | June 1, 2011

Something to Look Forward to (Expected opening—Early August):
5 Napkin Burger

990 Piedmont Ave.,
We know what you’re thinking. The last...

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Westside Story
Chelsea Greenwood | June 1, 2011

Brimming with myriad home interiors stores as well as fashion boutiques, restaurants and
offices, Westside Urban Market stays true to its industrial roots via exposed duct and brick
work, plus plenty of concrete and modern touches that,...

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Kick-off to Summer
Nikki Welch | May 27, 2011

To Market
Show your support for local growers at Atlanta’s largest producer-only farmers’ market, which takes place every Saturday in the parking lot of the Cathedral of St. Philip in Buckhead. The market is open April...

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Catch ‘Em if You Can…
Kelly Skinner | May 20, 2011

 In a city that’s swarming with gourmands, it’s only natural that a buzzing street food scene be part of the landscape. While the food carts, stands and trucks that scatter Atlanta are old news for local foodies and corporate...

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