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Decatur Celebrates the Opening of Its Newest Sweet Tooth-Satisfier, Sugar Moon Bake Shop – Now Open in Oakhurst

Decatur Celebrates the Opening of Its Newest Sweet Tooth-Satisfier, Sugar Moon Bake Shop – Now Open in Oakhurst

  If you’ve driven through Oakhurst’s popular intersection (at East Lake Drive and Oakview) lately, you’ve probably noticed the already popular Sugar Moon Bake Shop has officially opened its doors. After a “soft opening” of about two weeks, Sugar Moon officially celebrated its grand opening on Saturday, June 16 and we took a break on […]

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Yum’s the Word at YumDiggity at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market

Yum’s the Word at YumDiggity at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market

Sweet Auburn Curb Market is a veritable treasure trove of deliciousness – from fresh produce, meat and seafood to baked good, flowers, and a diverse selection of restaurants, it’s no wonder the market thrives. The newest kid on the block is brought to you by the  innovator that introduced Atlanta to its first food truck, […]

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Dine Out Tonight to Help a Local in Need – DBA Barbecue Hosts Benefit for One of Their Own – May 1, 2012

Dine Out Tonight to Help a Local in Need – DBA Barbecue Hosts Benefit for One of Their Own – May 1, 2012

D.B.A. Barbecue owner Matt Coggin posted this poster this morning on Facebook, along with this caption: “Tonight! If I ever donated a gift certificate, food, cash, or time to your charity, school, church, dog shelter, kickball team, walk, school play, then please come support my coworker that needs your help. No red tape just immediate […]

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Twyla Tharp’s “The Princess & The Goblin” Enchants Audiences of All Ages – Atlanta Ballet – Through February 19, 2012

Twyla Tharp’s “The Princess & The Goblin” Enchants Audiences of All Ages – Atlanta Ballet – Through February 19, 2012

Last Friday night, my friend Angela and I had a girly girls’ night – we got all dressed up and went to see Atlanta Ballet’s production of Twyla Tharp’s “The Princess & The Goblin.” And we weren’t the only ones. Girls of all ages – from tiny toddlers to their grandmothers and everyone in between […]

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Learn to Ride at the Honda Motorcycle Safety Foundation Campus in Alpharetta, Georgia

Learn to Ride at the Honda Motorcycle Safety Foundation Campus in Alpharetta, Georgia

Those of you who know me would probably not classify me as a biker chick – though the outfits do have a certain bad-girl appeal to them, I’m not so much a wind-in-my-hair, take-my-life-into-my-hands daredevil. But that didn’t stop me from taking a motorcycle class at the Honda Motorcycle Safety Foundation Alpharetta Campus. It was […]

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Atlanta Jewish Film Festival Teams Up With Atlantic Station for Food Truck Friday! Friday, February 10, 2012

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival Teams Up With Atlantic Station for Food Truck Friday! Friday, February 10, 2012

The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is in full swing – today is the first official day of the regular festival, which goes until February 29, 2012. AJFF is teaming up with Atlantic Station to bring you a special Food Truck Friday, in conjunction with a screening of the documentary film, The Apple Pushers. Movie patrons […]

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Atlanta Chef Virginia Willis Teams Up with The Twin Chefs TODAY at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta – Friday, February 10, 2012

Atlanta Chef Virginia Willis Teams Up with The Twin Chefs TODAY at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta – Friday, February 10, 2012

I’m a huge fan of Virginia Willis, not just because I love her cookbooks (Bon Appetit, Y’all and Basic to Brilliant, Y’all) and her French Quarter spice rub, but because the few times I’ve met her she’s been everything I think a Southern chef should be: welcoming, hospitable, kind, humble. It only makes sense that […]

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Atlanta Ballet Presents the World Premiere of Twyla Tharp’s “The Princess & The Goblin” – February 10-19, 2012

Atlanta Ballet Presents the World Premiere of Twyla Tharp’s “The Princess & The Goblin” – February 10-19, 2012

In the past two years of 365Atlanta.com, I’ve gotten to know the Atlanta Ballet, and I’ve been pleasantly surprised with each new discovery. From the haunting and breathtaking Moulin Rouge to the energetic and lively new works in Ignition, I have fallen in love with the diversity, variety and beauty that the Atlanta Ballet produces. […]

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Odysséo, A New Adventure by Cavalia Galloping Through Midtown Until January 29, 2012

Odysséo, A New Adventure by Cavalia Galloping Through Midtown Until January 29, 2012

I had the immense pleasure of going to see Odysséo: A New Adventure By Cavalia last week, which is showing in Midtown Atlanta through January 29, 2012. According to the website, “Odysséo is a journey into the imagination, a voyage through space and time, and an exploration of nature’s greatest wonders – deserts, waterfalls, canyons, glaciers and […]

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Celebrate Christmas with the Georgia Boy Choir – Support Local Arts and Young Musicians! Concert, December 16 and 17, 2011

Celebrate Christmas with the Georgia Boy Choir – Support Local Arts and Young Musicians! Concert, December 16 and 17, 2011

Last year, I met someone who I can confidently say is one of my favorite people in Atlanta, Adisa Nickerson; he introduced me to one of our city’s most incredible organizations, the Georgia Boy Choir, for which he serves as Executive Director. The Georgia Boy Choir, which is comprised of boys from ages four through […]

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