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ATLANTA, March 7, 2016 — Dmitry Mikhaylov's chance encounter with an “escape the room” attraction in New York City sparked an idea. The happy...
A century ago this month, a mob broke into a state prison in Milledgeville, Ga., and kidnapped Leo Frank.
Chefs from some of the city’s hottest restaurants will converge in September at the famed Buckhead Theatre for the annual Taste of Buckhead.
A string of colonial Spanish missions in San Antonio, including the famed Alamo, have been named a World Heritage Site.
Athens is best known as the home of the University of Georgia, but it is also a great place for seeing historic train depots.
Visitors to the Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History will have plenty of opportunities to show their love of trains during the third annual Railroad Rendezvous
The city’s annual jazz festival is set to heat up the heart of Midtown this weekend.
The famed Bone’s restaurant in the trendy Buckhead community is the best restaurant in the city, according to a new ranking from Zagat.
A Blue Ridge Scenic Railway excision this month will raise money for the Kennesaw Museum Foundation in support of the Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History.
The threat of rain did little to dampen the spirit for tens of thousands of Atlantans who turned out Saturday to take in the annual Atlanta St. Patrick’s Parade.