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Lima Dining: Maido

Lima hasn't historically been a must-visit spot in South America, but increasingly food-lovers extend their trips in Peru to make time for checking out some of the city's globally renowned hot spots. That's just what we did, but by the time we finished our hike, I was feeling so tired, I regretted having to wait a day before flying home. Show More Summary

Da Vinci's Donuts Plans New Location in Dunwoody

The menu features gourmet flavors such as cannoli, caramel apple, and creamsicle. The post Da Vinci's Donuts Plans New Location in Dunwoody appeared first on What Now Atlanta.

Decatur BBQ Blues & Bluegrass Festival Aug. 13

From: http://www.decaturbbqfestival.com/ Cold Beer, Tasty BBQ, and Great Tunes! Tickets on Sale Now! – Click here The 16th annualDecatur BBQ Blues & Bluegrass festival is set for Saturday, August 13th 2016. Once again we will bring the...Show More Summary

Preview: Skyline Park at Ponce City Market Nears Opening

Expect Atlanta-influenced cocktails such as the Ponce Park Cup and Beltline Blue Fizz The post Preview: Skyline Park at Ponce City Market Nears Opening appeared first on What Now Atlanta.

WATCH THIS!! Jesse Williams Spits Knowledge in Powerful #BETAwards Speech … (FULL VIDEO + TRANSCRIPT) #BlackLivesMatter

The 2016 BET Awards featured an opening performance by Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar, several tributes to Prince and Muhammad Ali, and quite a few political statements. Usher used his BETAwards performance to make a statement against Donald J. Show More Summary

Eight reasons why in the end, Britain still won’t Brexit

Let me make a prediction: The United Kingdom — should it continue to exist — will not in the end withdraw from the European Union. The…

City Winery Atlanta is open for business

Prep your wine holding hand: The long awaited restaurant and music venue City Winery is now open at Ponce City Market. Atlanta's first urban winery features an intimate music venue able to seat 300 people, a 125-seat restaurant, bar, a large outdoor patio with enough room for wine fueled shenanigans, and a private event space.…

New Crop of Contemporary Townhomes Planned For Reynoldstown

Units are planned to be priced in the "very low 400s." The post New Crop of Contemporary Townhomes Planned For Reynoldstown appeared first on What Now Atlanta.

Appetizing Aperture:HOBNOB's Sampler Platter

Reach for chicken tenders, fish and chips, warm pretzels with beer cheese dip, fried green tomatoes, Southern spring rolls and a sampler of house-made sauces. Meant for sharing, the Sampler Platter ($29.95) at HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern...Show More Summary

At the Booth Museum, Don Coen’s portraits humanize an often invisible population

At 10 by 7 feet, the sheer size of Don Coen’s portraits is enough to draw attention, but it’s his subjects—migrant farm laborers—that really stand out.

4 quirky Atlanta races to run this summer

Shotgun a beer, earn an extraterrestrial-shaped medal, snag a doughnut, and more.

Supreme Court again rescues the right to choose

By a 5-3 margin, the U.S. Supreme Court has thrown out a Texas law that tried to add so many unnecessary and expensive regulations on abortion…

The Spence Shutters In Midtown

Concept from celebrity chef Richard Blais closed for the final time this weekend. The post The Spence Shutters In Midtown appeared first on What Now Atlanta.

City Winery Is Officially Open For Business

Concept is now serving a full dinner menu and a full bar The post City Winery Is Officially Open For Business appeared first on What Now Atlanta.

Hard Labor Creek State Park: An Affordable Family Resort

Looking for a resort vacation on a budget? Try Hard Labor Creek State Park, one of the largest in the Georgia State Park system. Swim, golf, fish, boat, hike, bike, even play miniature golf at this [...] The post Hard Labor Creek State Park: An Affordable Family Resort appeared first on.

Before Forward Warrior: Cabbagetown graffiti 25 years ago

The sixth incarnation of Peter Ferrari's Forward Warrior hit the wall on Wylie a couple of weeks ago. Thirty-six artists and 20 hours later, the two-day mural fest left an indelible mark featuring work from the likes of Atlanta artists Brandon Sadler, Jessica Caldas, Fabian, Catlanta, FRKO, Molly Rose Freeman, and more. …

All men must be roasted

While the Battle of the Bastards is over, hero and heartthrob Jon Snow faces his biggest opponent yet: stand-up comedians. While it’s hot as hell outside, winter is coming to Poncey-Highland and it’s bringing with it the ice-cold jabs for our beloved member of House Stark.…

T.I.’s Stepdaughter Zonnique Pullins Speaks Out About Gun Arrest… [VIDEO]

Sometimes things happen that you have no control over and sometimes you seal your own fate by being forgetful. T.I.’s stepdaughter, Zonnique Pullins, could have very well prevented her brief jail stint but her bad memory earned her a...Show More Summary

HIV prevention pill stirs debate in Atlanta’s gay community

“A lot of gay men were uncomfortable with the growing availability of PrEP because they felt it would increase promiscuity,” says AIDS activist Michael Baker. In fact, almost as soon as Truvada was endorsed by the CDC for HIV prevention two years ago, stories appeared in national media about a “slut-shaming” backlash within the gay community against the drug’s users.

Review: “Through and Felt” group exhibit explores the private and painful aspects of humanity publicly

16 hours agoUnited States / Atlanta : ArtsATL

Sensitive and disturbing, Through and Felt, a group exhibition curated by Atlanta artist Iman Person, exposes private moments of human pain and explores the body and mind through video, photography, performance, installation and sculpture.

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