The Power of Pollinators: Avant Gardener is The Bee's Knees

If you’re like me, when you hear the word “bees” you either think of fresh, sticky honey or have flashbacks of being stung as a child (or adult). People are usually on one spectrum or the other with their love and/or fear of bees. But, Avant Gardener, a local landscape design company, wants to help transform your opinion of bees – specifically honey bees - one hive at a time.Read More »

Tags: EcoDistrict, Collaboration, Ecosystem, Preservation, Sustainability, Green, Community

Posted: April 17, 2015


"What Do You Want to Eat Today?"

By: Mia Jones 

My tummy has become my lunch-time alarm clock. Usually somewhere between 11:45-12:30 I am consistently reminded--like a reliable snooze button--that I need to get up from my desk and go find sustenance. As much as I enjoy the break to eat, walk around Midtown, and commune with co-workers, the thought of choosing a place has become a predictable, mundane experience. I have grown tired of the soup/sandwich combination and the over-priced salads that leave me hungry and grabbing KitKats by 2:00pm.Read More »

Tags: Midtown ATL, Community, Peachtree Street, Walkability

Posted: April 8, 2015


An Evening with David Sedaris at The Fox Theatre

For one night only, David Sedaris, author of the New York Times bestselling books, When You're Engulfed in Flames and Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Modest Bestiary, will be at the Fox Theatre on April 16, 2015. Sedaris will discuss and read passages from his latest publication: Let's Explore Diabetes With OwlsRead More »

Tag: Fox Theatre

Posted: April 1, 2015


Take A "Walk There" With Midtown Transportation

If you like to take advantage of the walkability in Midtown, receive discounts and treats, solve clues, and be eligible for grand prizes, then I suggest you sign up for the Midtown "Walk There" Challenge (if you haven't already, that is). Read More »

Tags: Midtown Alliance, Events, Midtown ATL, Transportation, Community, Walkability

Posted: March 31, 2015


Center for the Visually Impaired: 'True Do Blue' Fundraising Event

Each year, the Center for the Visually Impaired (CVI) hosts a fundraising event, True Blue Do, to benefit their non-profit organization. Read More »

Tag: Community

Posted: March 31, 2015


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The Power of Pollinators: Avant Gardener is The Bee's Knees

"What Do You Want to Eat Today?"

An Evening with David Sedaris at The Fox Theatre

Center for the Visually Impaired: 'True Do Blue' Fundraising Event

Take A "Walk There" With Midtown Transportation

Laughing Skull's 6th Annual Comedy Festival is An Intimate, Laugh Out Loud Event

Reasons to Walk There

Take a Look: Ivy Hall tour by SCAD Atlanta

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Luxury Residential Building Groundbreaking: Yoo on the Park


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