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    OCTOBER 20, 21, 27 & 28 STORY: Claire Ruhlin Imagine if you could trick or treat alongside more than 1,000 animals. Zoo Atlanta offers just that at its annual Boo at the Zoo festival, held the last two weekends in October. For four days, the Grant Park attraction will transform into Zoo Boo Town, inviting ...
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    A WEST MIDTOWN ART EXHIBIT CONSIDERS THE COMPLEXITIES OF LOUISIANA’S COASTAL LANDSCAPE STORY: Claire Ruhlin Photography meets painting in John Folsom’s portfolio. Born and raised in Paducah, Kentucky, the mixed-media artist received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in cinema and photography from Southern Illinois University, and his work has been featured in collections worldwide throughout ...
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    Opening this month, Canopy by Hilton Atlanta Midtown highlights local artwork and design STORY: Claire Ruhlin Situated steps away from attractions such as the High Museum of Art and the Alliance Theatre, Midtown’s new, 15-story Canopy by Hilton Hotel borrows inspiration from the neighborhood’s vibrant arts scene and culinary landscape. “The Canopy Culture is defined ...
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    West Midtown’s mixed-use development pairs creative workspace with local artwork STORY: Claire Ruhlin These days, it seems as if the demand for creative workspace is higher than ever. At least, this was the impetus for 8West, a workspace project by real estate developers Atlantic Capital Properties and Gateway Ventures. Situated in the Upper West Side ...
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    Spaces coworking offers Atlantans another flexible office environment STORY: Claire Ruhlin As the demand for flexible workspaces increases, Atlanta has seen a surge in coworking options. Among the latest is Spaces, at West Midtown’s Star Metals Offices development on Howell Mill Road. The membership- based company will occupy two floors and 56,100 square feet of ...
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    Plans are underway to modernize the former David T. Howard School as a new home for Inman Middle STORY: Claire Ruhlin Old Fourth Ward’s former David T. Howard School on Randolph Street went from elementary school to surplus building when it closed its doors to students in 1976. Originally opened in 1923, it has a ...
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    SEPTEMBER 22 STORY: Claire Ruhlin Photo: Courtesy Atlanta BeltLine Partnership This fall, the Atlanta BeltLine will glow with thousands of lights during the annual Lantern Parade, which in 2017 featured a procession of more than 70,000 participants. In celebration of the parade, which first debuted in 2010, the Historic Fourth Ward Skate Park hosts the ...