LOCAL CHOIRS COME TOGETHER TO PROMOTE UNITY.The men’s and women’s choirs known jointly as Voices of Note perform together for the first time March 18 and 19, with a goal of expanding […]
RUNNERS STRIP TO THEIR SKIVVIES FOR A GOOD CAUSE.The temperature in Atlanta on Feb. 13 might be frosty and participants may not be wearing much, but the Cupid’s Undie Run warms […]
Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia hosts a rock concert for Epilepsy Awareness Month.
Three rock-and-roll bands come together on Thursday, Nov. 12, at The Buckhead Theatre for Concert with a Cause to raise awareness for epilepsy. This is the first live-music fundraising event from the Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia, and all proceeds directly support the organization’s efforts to champion the prevention and […]
TWO FESTIVE EVENTS HELP KICK OFF A HOLLY, JOLLY HOLIDAY.
People celebrate the holidays in a lot of different ways. A particularly popular one is to ring in the season at the Macy’s Great Tree Lighting, an annual tradition since 1948 (back when Macy’s was called Rich’s). The event takes place Nov. 22 at Lenox Square, and features a concert headlined by Grammy-nominated singer Jordin Sparks […]
NARI’S 6TH ANNUAL TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES BREATHES LIFE INTO UNDERUSED SPACES
From “Fixer Upper” to “Flip or Flop,” there’s no end to home remodeling shows on television today. Now you can step away from the screen and into reality during the 6th annual NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes on Saturday, Oct. 24. The National Association of the Remodeling Industry’s (NARI) Atlanta chapter is showcasing eight amazing renos, including three in the Buckhead and Sandy […]
SCORE TICKETS TO MEET AND EAT WITH BUCKHEAD’S FINEST CHEFS.
On Sept. 24, the Buckhead restaurant scene will come together for a not-to-be-missed evening of the neighborhood’s best bites and booze. The Buckhead Theatre will […]
BUCKHEAD-AREA FARMERS MARKETS ARE IN FULL SWING
The Georgia heat isn’t the only thing that peaks in the summer— farmers market bounty does, too. By midsummer, the markets are in full swing as local growers and producers sell the season’s best produce, including our favorite heirloom tomatoes.[caption id=”attachment_7123″ […]
SEVEN LAMPS’ CHEF DREW VAN LEUVAN TEACHES CHILDREN’S CULINARY CLASSES
Chef’s toque before she could reach the countertop, and now she’s taking over the Seven Lamps kitchen with a crew of cooking kids. With a series of culinary classes, Van […]
Story: Maria Carter
If one thing can cause observers of Lent to stray from the season’s restrictions on indulgence, it’s the feast day of a saint. (That, and the promise of a few cold beers.) Designated in the seventh century, Saint Patrick’s […]
Simply Now: A Buckhead Version Of Ted Talks Brings Speakers On Space Exploration, Architecture And More
Call it the Dragon Con of intellectual curiosity: On Oct. 17, TEDx Peachtree a regional spinoff of TED, the nonprofit dedicated to “ideas worth spreading” presents 12 speakers at The Buckhead Theatre sharing feats of “human ingenuity” in architecture, biology, engineering, “play making,” space exploration and more.
This year’s […]