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    JULY 28–29 STORY: Claire Ruhlin Photo: Courtesy Atlanta BeltLine Partnership There’s no better time to travel and explore the world than summer, and while you may have a summer vacation or two planned, you’ll be able to get a taste of a multitude of cultures, global influences, traditions and experiences in Atlanta, too. This July, ...
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    Zoo Atlanta introduces an aerial playground… This spring, Zoo Atlanta invites visitors to experience new heights of adventure on the Treetop Trail, a two-level path that features a series of rope ladders, bridges, nets and tightrope-style foot lines. Guests can show off skills that could rival those of such treed welling animals as orangutans, monkeys ...
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    BIG OL’ GROUP RUN –  AUGUST 10 Plenty of people around Atlanta love to run, but, more often than not, geography dictates groups’ routes and keeps them from exploring too far outside their own base areas. The Big Ol’ Group Run is an annual event out to break down those barriers. The run starts at ...
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    Just south of Cabbagetown, this community of Victorian-era homes sits on the land once owned by Atlanta railroad magnate, engineer and businessman Lemuel Grant. His home on the rise of St. Paul Street afforded clear views of the burning of Atlanta in 1864. After years of neglect and deterioration, the house is currently under extensive ...