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    DESIGN SKETCHES MAKE A COMEBACK IN THE FIRST SOLO EXHIBITION OF A LEADING FASHION ARTIST STORIES: Claire Ruhlin They say what’s old is new again, and according to SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film, this applies to the vintage art of fashion illustration. Through January 27, see for yourself why at the “Unapologetic Lines” ...
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    JANUARY 17–APRIL 7 STORIES: Claire Ruhlin A collection of contemporary works by artists from across the Southeast will be showcased at the upcoming 2019 Atlanta Biennial at the Atlanta Contemporary arts center starting January 17. The exhibition debuted in 1985 but took a hiatus between 2007 and 2016, when Atlanta Contemporary brought it back to ...
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    Midtown’s oldest mixed-use concept is getting a facelift STORIES: Claire Ruhlin Nestled between 14th and 15th streets, Atlanta’s Colony Square development has served as a fixture in Midtown for more than 50 years. It was the city’s original mixed-use development, setting the stage for the slew of “live-work-play” concepts that have cropped up in recent ...
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    OCTOBER 28 STORY: Claire Ruhlin Photos: Jeff Roffman It’s safe to say that the music of the Harry Potter films has become synonymous with the famed series, and what better way to get in the spirit of Halloween than listening to The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra play the movies’ score live? Just three days before Halloween, ...
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    The future of public transportation is here, and it’s arriving in fleets STORY: Claire Ruhlin You’ve probably noticed more Atlantans traveling by scooter. That’s because Bird, an electric vehicle-sharing company, introduced its fleet of app-accessible, electric scooters to Midtown, as well as Tech Square, Downtown and the West End, in May. The dockless vehicle is ...
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    EXPLORE THE MANY FACES AND FACETS OF DESIGN IN OUR CITY AND EVERYDAY LIFE STORY: Claire Ruhlin You might not realize it, but design plays a key role in nearly every aspect of our lives. The Atlanta Design Festival, helmed by MA! Design is Human, explores just that. “We created the festival because we believe ...
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    Westside Yoga’s new, larger studio offers offers more room to facilitate more specialized classes With a new studio offering double the space, Westside Yoga aims to expand its offerings and share yoga with more people. Amber Barry discovered yoga as a form of physical therapy 20 years ago when recovering from a car crash, and ...
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    MAY 26 It’s safe to say that there’s no shortage of springtime festivals in Atlanta, but not many of them allow guests sip libations among more than 1,000 animals from across the globe. Enter Brew at the Zoo, held Memorial Day weekend at Zoo Atlanta. Now in its 11th year, the event has become an ...
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    MAY 26–27 This May, Historic Old Fourth Ward Park will come alive with artwork by more than 100 local and regional artists during the sixth annual Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival. The two-day event celebrates arts, crafts and the local community, and is presented by the Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces that works to support ...