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Monthly Archives: October 2014

    Halloween Happenings around Atlanta

    By Zac Pasmanick | October 30, 2014

    Got a Halloween costume and nowhere to wear it? Atlanta has many options this weekend to sport your spooky attire – from cooking classes to concerts to parties. Click the link for more information! source/s: Read More

    Mary Chapin Carpenter Cancels at Symphony Hall

    By Zac Pasmanick | October 29, 2014

    Because of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s ongoing negotiations with Woodruff Arts Center to end the lockout, Mary Chapin Carpenter has canceled her November 14 performance at Atlanta Symphony Hall. All tickets purchased for the concert can be refunded at point of purchase. So far, other upcoming pop shows at the venue, including Phillip Phillips November 6, Rufus Wainwright November 9... Read More

    Atlanta Symphony Negotiations Stall Over Orchestra Size

    By Zac Pasmanick | October 27, 2014

    It has been eight weeks since the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra musicians started their strike. The Woodruff Arts Center/ASO’s chief negotiator J. Thomas Kilpatrick says the size of the orchestra is the last remaining issue in the negotiations. Woodruff leaders want to limit the size of the orchestra to help halt 12 years of orchestra deficits.... Read More

    New Exhibit at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art Features Cezanne

    By Zac Pasmanick | October 24, 2014

    “Cezanne and the Modern: Masterpieces of European Art from the Pearlman Collection,” begins October 25th and will run through January 11th at the High Museum of Art. The exhibit will have 50 pieces, including works by impressionists and post-impressionists like Paul Cezanne, Vincent van Gogh, Edouard Manet, Amedeo Modigliani, Edgar Degas, Paul Gauguin and Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec. source/s: Read More

    Atlanta, Southeast Experiencing ‘Modest’ Growth

    By Zac Pasmanick | October 21, 2014

    Atlanta Federal Reserve released a report saying that Atlanta and the rest of the Southeast continue to experience “modest” growth. In particular, the Atlanta Fed observed that apartment construction remains “robust,” and commercial real estate brokers say demand has increased since the previous report. The transportation industry, which moves the manufacturers’ materials and finished products, also... Read More

    Thousands Volunteer for Hands on Atlanta Day

    By Zac Pasmanick | October 20, 2014

    Last Saturday, thousands of volunteers in Atlanta worked to help revitalize the community in more than 100 locations, including building a new playground designed by kids who are going to use it. The day kicked off with landscaping along Boulevard. “In Boulevard we’re in four parks and over on the beltline, so we have thousands of volunteers... Read More

    5 Great Atlanta Sandwiches You Need to Try

    By Zac Pasmanick | October 17, 2014

    No matter how many great new restaurants open, there are never enough great sandwiches available. Thankfully Atlanta’s five best new sandwiches are here to help solve said problem. What better time than this weekend to try one (or all of them)? Click the link to check them out. source/s: Read More

    Five of the Safest Neighborhoods to Go Trick-or-Treating in Atlanta

    By Zac Pasmanick | October 15, 2014

    Five neighborhoods were selected by Zillow as the safest in Atlanta for trick-or-treaters on Halloween. They are upscale, safe for walking, have low crime rates and dense family-friendly populations. The five neighborhoods are Virginia Highland, Morningside/Lenox Park, Inman Park, Brookhaven, and Garden Hills. source/s: Read More

    Atlanta Food Events October 13 – 19

    By Zac Pasmanick | October 14, 2014

    Forget the beach, forget the mall, have a euphoric adventure at Atlanta’s excellent food events this week! Negri Village, Greystone at Piedmont Park, and Sun In My Belly are just a few of the restaurants with exciting events lined up. Click the link for more information. source/s: Read More

    Upcoming Shows at Atlanta’s Alliance Theater

    By Zac Pasmanick | October 13, 2014

    If you want to see large-scale productions then you have to visit Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre. This year, a new stage version of the film, “Bull Durham” has already been produced, and there is plenty left in store for season ticket holders, including a revival of an old Southern favorite, a world premiere new musical, and... Read More