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    Midtown resident and self proclaimed Run Bum Sean Blanton finds his calling charting courses… “My life begins at the end of my comfort zone,” says Sean Blanton, race director of Run Bum Tours and co-host of the “East Coast Trail & Ultra” podcast. And in Blanton’s case, the sentiment can be taken literally: He runs ...
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    Head over heels for aerial Arts. he first time I saw aerial arts in action was at Cirque du Soleil, where a couple was performing contemporary dance movements about 15 feet in the air, holding up their body weight using only one set of aerial silks. I was fascinated by the level of strength that ...
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    Atlanta City Studio Pop-Up Launches at Ponce City Market With the well-received debut of Atlanta City Studio in May, ideas to enhance the city are closer to reality. This is Atlanta’s first pop-up urban design laboratory, where visitors, residents, urbanists and professionals can brainstorm ideas that could contribute to shaping the area’s future. Atlanta City ...
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    SEPTEMBER 10 Parade-goers anticipate the sight of thousands of lanterns illuminating the Eastside Trail during the annual BeltLine Lantern Parade. Participants gather with their own decorated, colorful creations, ranging from globe and hat lanterns to others the size of giant parade floats, and march down the entire 2-mile stretch of the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail from ...
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    SEPTEMBER 23 – OCTOBER 30 We’ve all had a hunch that Atlanta’s Oakland Cemetery is haunted, and in Horizon Theatre’s world-premiere production of “Freed Spirits”, our suspicions are confirmed. In this mystery-comedy, written by the Theatre’s Daryl Fazio, lone outcast Susan leads tours through the hallowed ground, although she rarely has visitors to guide. She ...
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    Chef Mihoko Obunai Opens Old Fourth Ward Ramen Concept Ramen has evolved far beyond a college student’s meal, and part of its popularity in Atlanta came from Chef Mihoko Obunai. She was the brains behind Soundtable’s pop-up, Ramen Freak, that launched in 2014. Since her start in Atlanta as coowner of Repast, which closed in ...
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    The Center For Puppetry Arts Hosts An Interactive Exhibit In Honor Of The Fantasy Film’s 30th Anniversary It’s been 30 years since Jim Henson’s 1986 cult classic film Labyrinth took fans into the mystical world of the Goblin Kingdom, and the Center for Puppetry Arts celebrates the anniversary with an immersive and interactive exhibit: “Jim ...
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    Little Barn Apothecary marks its successful first year in business with the opening of a new flagship shop at Westside Provisions District. Atlanta-based Little Barn Apothecary was founded just one year ago, but since then, its luxury line of products has gained national attention from major lifestyle publications, including Elle, InStyle, Southern Living, Vogue and ...
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    Museum of Design’s Summer Exhibitions The newest exhibitions at Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) highlight the latest wearable technology and human-centered design—think Google Glass or the Fitbit around your wrist. This step-by-step design process involves finding a solution that is specific to that person’s needs, wants and limitations. In “Beautiful Users: Designing for People,” almost ...