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    THE NINTH ANNUAL JEWISH MUSIC FESTIVAL MAKES ITS WAY TO TOWN IN MARCH This March, a multitude of local venues across the city will host international and national Jewish artists as the Atlanta Jewish Music Festival (AJMF) kicks off its ninth year. Expect performances at venues such as Industrious at Ponce City Market, City Winery, ...
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    Swoox Curated Consignment highlights one-of-a-kind artwork and home goods with its second storefront When Swoox Curated Consignment opened a second, temporary retail shop at Westside Provisions District in January, what began as a short-term residency became an extended stay. “It really worked, and I think the community here fell in love with us,” says Jenn ...
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    The Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education arrives in Virginia-Highland In January, the Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education expanded on its two existing locations in Buckhead and West Midtown with a new Virginia- Highland facility, housed in the Amsterdam Walk complex off Monroe Drive. “We were still busting at the seams at our other ...
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    Atlanta-based chain Farm Burger brings its grass-fed concept to Grant Park If you’re a burger connoisseur, chances are you’ve devoured a grass-fed beef or vegetarian quinoa burger with a side of pimento cheese fries at Farm Burger. The Atlanta-based chain opened its first outpost in Decatur in 2010 and has since expanded across the country, ...
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    Edible cookie dough has arrived at Ponce City Market If you’ve ever been one to steal a taste (or two) of cookie dough while baking, you’re not alone. Julie Abes founded Batter Cookie Dough for just that reason. “I was definitely the kid who always wanted to eat [the dough],” says Abes. “I have children, ...
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    A SURPRISINGLY ROMANTIC TOUR TAKES OVER OAKLAND CEMETERY FEBRUARY 10 AND 11 When it comes to romantic Valentine’s Day date nights, a cemetery might not jump to mind as the most appealing venue. But for the last several years that it’s held the Love Stories of Oakland tour, Oakland Cemetery has proven otherwise. “We’re always ...
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    Midtown’s historic mansion, The Castle, reinvents itself as Rose + Rye Built by Ferdinand McMillan in the early 1900s and sited across from the Woodruff Arts Center on 15th Street, The Castle, Midtown’s iconic, five-story mansion, served as a gathering place for Atlanta artists for nearly a century. Now the building finds new life with ...

    FEBRUARY 10 When Margeau Bull, founder of Inman Park’s Made Again, held the inaugural Lover’s Lane in 2016, it was evident that the “pre-Valentine’s Day” celebration was here to stay. “The first year was a remarkable turnout,” says Bull. “Every year it’s grown, and people mark their calendars for a return and ask for it ...

    FEBRUARY 1–3 If Georgia is the new Hollywood, we might as well embrace it. After all, our film and television industry generated $9.5 billion in fiscal 2017. One place to celebrate the intersection of television and digital media is the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD). The school boasts 30 undergraduate and graduate programs ...