Amazing murals can be found all over Atlanta. I’ve previously written about Art on the Beltline and Living Walls — now it’s time … Continue reading The Forward Warrior Project in Cabbagetown, Atlanta
Food trucks are a beloved staple around Atlanta. This is both a blessing and a curse, as while the options … Continue reading Where are Metro Atlanta’s Food Trucks?
Once a Baptist church and infirmary, the Tabernacle, opened in 1910, sat empty for several years until the 1996 Olympics when … Continue reading The Tabernacle Music Venue in Atlanta
Imagine my confusion when we were unable to enter the Southeastern Railway Museum because of a train. We arrived to this … Continue reading Southeastern Railway Museum in Duluth, Georgia
Art museums and kids don’t always mix, but there are two temporary exhibitions at the High Museum of Art that … Continue reading Eric Carle and Other Kid-Friendly Exhibits at Atlanta’s High Museum
There are so many things to love in Georgia, but when you live somewhere, it’s easy to take it all … Continue reading My Georgia Bucket List
Fernbank Natural History Museum is a great place for kids and proms. I say that because both my junior and … Continue reading Atlanta’s Fernbank Museum of Natural History