Start clearing out some space in your social calendar because April is full of awesome events. Enjoy spring with some of our favorite things to do in Atlanta and most of all, GET OUTSIDE!
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Autism Speaks Walk is the world’s largest fundraising event to enhance the lives of people with autism today and accelerate a spectrum of solutions for tomorrow. The events are powered by the love of parents, grandparents, children, siblings, friends, relatives, and support providers for the special people in their lives living with autism. Funds raised help
Understanding that all of the arts are interrelated, the creative mind rarely sees the world through one lens. Such is the case with highly-acclaimed designer, Nathan Turner, who recently authored the new cookbook, Nathan Turner’s “I Love California: Live, Eat and Entertain the West Coast Way.” During this discussion with his dear friend and entertainer
Design ADAC is a celebration of tastemakers, design authorities, and revolutionary new products that show the connection between innovation and the art of expression. More information here.
The Italian Film Festival organizes Festivals of Italian Cinema and other activities in several markets in the US and internationally intended to promote Italian Culture through its Cinema and Art. More information here.
See the evolution of Tango unfold before your eyes at the Rialto Theater as Tango Lovers presents “I am Tango.” Through music, dance and fashion, ever sense of the audience is engaged, and taken on a journey from the golden age of tango to contemporary times. This unique perspective on one of the world’s most
Inman Park Spring Festival takes place in one of Atlanta’s oldest and most scenic neighborhoods, and is home to many historic homes and parks. The festival offers music, kids activities, a Tour of Homes, a marvelous street parade and an artists’ market. More information here.
Celebrate crawfish and some excellent live music at the Atkins Park Crawfish Festival. More information here.
Take yourself back in time to 16th-century England, at the fully immersive, historical weekend that is the Georgia Renaissance Festival. The little village of Newcastle comes alive with over 150 artisan craft shops, pubs and taverns, jousting performances, carnival games and more. Grab a turkey leg, or some fish and chips and a cup of
The 3rd annual Southeastern Designer Showhouse & Gardens benefiting the Atlanta History Center will take place from April 19 to May 13. Fifteen of Atlanta’s top interior designers and four landscape architecture firms will transform a newly built Buckhead residence designed by respected Atlanta architecture firm Harrison Design and built by Sheehan Built Homes and located on a deep, 1.13-acre lot. Inspired
Style Coach Megan LaRussa gives us the skinny on how to rock spring’s bold colors, the list of must-have closet items, how to fill in your brows and more.
The new Mashburn coffee shop and lifestyle concept at Atlanta’s Westside Provisions District is brimming with inspiration. We talked to Ann Mashburn to find out more about this refreshing food and retail destination.
Heading out to a delightful spring-time gathering? Arrive with one of these easy appetizers in hand, and you’ll wow the crowd!
Consider this your guide to Atlanta’s food halls — from the new gems to the old favorites, we’re covering it all. Image: H&F Burger
Garden season here! Make sure your landscaping is up to snuff with these insider secrets.
The before and after photos are testament to just how important it is to work with a designer when it’s time to reimagine your spaces. Take a look at this fabulous renovation!
The South’s most luxe chain hotels have some fancy amenities you may be missing out on. Get the scoop so that you experience it all during your next getaway!
Start NOT planning your next adventure? Yes, it’s a thing.
I’ve lived here 20 years without knowing the spring marathon is a path of renewal. Here’s what I learned.
Intrigue and a random contest entry led Shelley Lowther on a life-changing adventure. And now, she wants to invite others to experience this amazing opportunity.