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    Not long before we wrapped up this issue of 17th South, I spent two separate weekends playing host to out-of-town guests—first, a longtime college friend who flew to Atlanta for some much-needed catching up, and second, my in-laws. Both occasions gave us the perfect excuse to get out and explore. My girlfriend and I spent ...
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    Basecamp Provisions is Atlanta’s latest take on the food truck trend. Basecamp Provisions, the newest restaurant concept from Park Tavern owners Paul and Angela Smith, opened about the same time as the 2016 Olympics, and it’s already winning gold with Atlanta BeltLine and Piedmont Park crowds. The Smiths parked an Airstream in the roundabout driveway ...
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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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    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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    The sixth-annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival rolls in to Midtown June 2-5. We caught up with festival co-founder Elizabeth Feitcher to see what exciting new events she and co-founder Dominique Love have cooked up for attendees. What changes can attendees expect this year? We have a lot new this year. Learning Experiences will be ...