Goblins, Ghouls to Gallivant in Grant Park

by Berit Bjorklund Turner After the sun-baked fun during the festivals and frolic of summer, many welcome the temperate weather, change of colors, and subdued spooky pleasures of fall. Like fog over the autumn foliage, runners will return to blanket the meadows of Grant Park on Saturday, October … [Read more...]

Beltline Provides New Life

By Robbie Brown, New York Times Turning Old Tracks Green Until last year, the old railroad tracks that snaked through east Atlanta were derelict. Kudzu, broken bottles and plastic bags covered the rusting rails. But these days, the two-mile corridor bustles with joggers, bikers and commuters. … [Read more...]

Cabbagetown’s Musical Debut in Adron’s video, “Pyramids”

Adron, nom de guerre of young Adrienne McCann, who was named Best Songwriter of 2012 by the Atlanta Creative Loafing, is rapidly being recognized as one of the most uniquely gifted songwriters and vocalists of this generation. Her music seamlessly blends Classical harmony with the playfulness of … [Read more...]

Home Owners Workshop – This Saturday!

Atlanta's Rhodes Hall, May 4 – 9:30 am - 2:30 pm The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation will hold its inaugural Home Owners Workshop (HOW) at Atlanta’s Rhodes Hall, 1516 Peachtree Street, NW, on Saturday, May 4, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Potential home buyers and current homeowners … [Read more...]

Krog Street Market on the Way

By Collin Kelley
, InTown Atlanta This time next year, Inman Park and surrounding neighborhoods will have a new destination for dining and buying food – Krog Street Market. The market is just one part of a $70 million project being led by Paces Properties, which announced late last year that … [Read more...]

Eastside Trail a Boon to Bicyclists!

Written by Steve Kilbride As the Atlanta Beltline slowly takes shape, the 33-mile loop of converted rail lines that will eventually connect Atlanta’s core communities has just added an important piece of the puzzle. Christened the Eastside Trail, the 2.25mile stretch of concrete connects the … [Read more...]