June means summer, and summer means it’s time to get outside! Celebrate the wonderful weather with some of our favorite Atlanta events in June. Image: AFWF/Raftermen Photography
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The political podcast, Pod Save America, is hitting the road and stopping in Atlanta for some live, no-nonsense conversation about politics, the press, and the Trump presidency. The podcast, co-hosted by Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett, Dan Pfeiffer and Tommy Vietor has been downloaded more than 195,000,000 times in just over a year, and was dubbed “the
Step into the world of film with Cinebash, a first-ever film party that celebrates Jewish cinema! This celebration blends experiences with food, music, and other production elements for an unforgettable evening. Cinebash opens film culture to a broader community and will honor Saul Bass, Jewish-American graphic designer and Academy Award-winning filmmaker. Other highlights include delicious
Cycle your way through summer at Big Sky Buckhead for bikes and brunchin’! TURN Indoor Cycling + Strength is hosting this charity ride at 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. to help benefit the American Kidney Fund. Get your muscles moving and grooving with a bike and mimosa for a minimum donation of $25. bikeandbrunch.splashthat.com
Getting your hair done for a good cause? Oh yes! The Atlanta locations of Cherry Blow Dry Bar are launching “Cherries for a Cause,” a program designed to give back to local charities by donating proceeds from sales. Every Monday in June, the Atlanta locations will be donating 20 percent of sales to Children’s Healthcare
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival celebrates the legacy of Atlanta’s first black mayor with a special presentation of the inspiring new documentary, Maynard. Oscar-nominated filmmaker Samuel D. Pollard promoted diversity and inclusion in Atlanta’s civic and business sectors. His further legacy includes the world’s busiest airport and city’s successful bid to host the 1996 Summer
Don’t miss the opportunity to see The Manhattan Transfer. These members of the Vocal Hall of Fame have become cornerstones of contemporary music, and are known for their amazing versatility. The group incorporates pop, jazz, R&B, rock and roll, swing, symphonic, and a cappella music in expert ways. More information here.
Get outdoors and paddle the Chattahoochee! It’s good fun and great exercise. All levels welcome. More information here.
The 12th annual Give Me Five dinner, benefiting the No Kid Hungry campaign, is returning on August 12 at 5 p.m. Hosted at 103 West, the event will include a five-course dinner and wine. 100 percent of the proceeds will benefit No Kid Hungry’s work to end childhood hunger in America. The event cost $275.
Discover the art behind making fresh pasta with Bellina Alimentari’s pasta making class! From 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., this hands on cooking class will show you all of the steps to create delicious pasta at home. From making, tasting, and taking it home with you – it’s an experience you won’t want to miss!
Join the High Museum of Art in partnership with the Victoria and Albert Museum in London to explore the history and legacy of Pooh through original sketches, photographs, memorabilia, and letters. More information here.
Clam diggers or culottes? Pedal pushers or Bermuda shorts? Megan LaRussa decodes these dizzying fashion terms, tells us how to rock these styles and more. Images: Anthropologie
Not sure how to add color to your wardrobe? Fear not! We’re took inspiration from the summer season and created this guide for adding color to an otherwise neutral closet.
Looking to flex a baking muscle this weekend? Check out these five pie recipes — you’re gonna love them!
Pappy Van Winkle bourbon is well-known, well-respected and deeply rooted in the South. It’s fitting that his three great-granddaughters created a company to both complement and extend that brand in ways Pappy himself would surely commend!
She marries her first love — art — with her passion for interiors for a design approach that results in beautiful and inviting spaces. Meet Julie Terrell of Mayfair South.
From elegant fabric and wallcoverings with custom trim to art-forward hardware and sophisticated custom cabinetry, attention to design detail takes this home to the next level.
Let’s make packing easier! With these tips, you will start your vacation off just right – in a more organized, less stressed way!
Each summer, the South is flooded with summer festivals of all kinds — some we love and look forward to each season, and some are new and somewhat unusual. Today, we take a dive into the latter. Image: Gambit Weekly
We’ve been hearing a lot of buzz about bone broth, so we decided to consult an expert. Today, Dr. Axe shares what it is, how it’s made and the five ways it can benefit your health!
The South has no shortage of incredibly talented and creative makers and vendors. Today, we’re introducing you to three men’s brands whose products are high-quality, inventive and handsome.