After plowing through a week of uphill climbs, bumpy downhills and working hard to stay on course with the moguls, come unwind Sunday evenings at The Nook on Piedmont Park. Every Sunday from 5 p.m.-12 a.m., the heated, covered patio transforms into “ Nookenridge Ski Lodge” for Apres Ski drink specials and socializing. Show More Summary
Say hello to spring steps from Piedmont Park and the Eastside BeltLine trail in incomparable seclusion and luxury. Finally, the picture perfect intown townhome that you’ve been waiting for, right in the heart of Morningside. The meticulously...Show More Summary
Mayor Kasim Reed Friday unveiled plans for Phase One of the $26.5 million green space project. The post Scope These Conceptual Westside Park Renderings, 100 Acres Larger Than Piedmont appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
Bears, otters, boys and their beards pulled on skates and hit the ice in a holiday tradition in Piedmont Park.
“Go out on a good note,” is sound political advice, and it’s something Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed seems to have taken to heart. In his final press conference on Friday, December 29, Mayor Reed made announcements that every Atlantan couldn’t help but be glad to hear. First, Reed announced a $100 million plan to expand...
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Atlanta city officials are planning a major expansion for one of the city's biggest public parks. Outgoing Mayor Kasim Reed announced the $100 million plan for Piedmont Park on Friday, … Click to Continue »
Both concepts will be housed in the Community Center. The post The Nook Owners Will Bring 'Soulshine' to Piedmont Park In Addition To Walker's 1834 appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
The new restaurant, from the owners of The Nook, appears to pay homage to Samuel and Sarah Walker, some of the area's first settlers. The post Walker's 1834 To Replace ParQ Near Piedmont Park appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
It may have a militaristic name, but there are no obnoxious drill sergeants barking orders during this early-morning, one-hour class with friendly (but insistent) coaches who take you through planks, burpees, and clever team competitions.
The modernist swings and slides at Noguchi Playground in Piedmont Park are a delight to both kids and art lovers. Or drive a few miles north to Sandy Springs, where the Playable Art Park at Abernathy Greenway contains six colorful sculptures that also function as interactive playsets.
Piedmont Park is the closest thing Atlanta has to New York’s famed Central Park, and on a beautiful day you’ll find cartwheeling kids, hand-holding couples, picnicking families, and all manner of joggers, skateboarders, soccer players, and Frisbee throwers. Nestled within the park is the 30-acre Atlanta Botanical Gardens.
Lesbians made their mark on Atlanta Pride on Oct. 14, marching around Piedmont Park for the annual Dyke March.
Transgender Atlantans and their allies rallied and marched during Atlanta Pride, again taking to the streets for the annual Trans March around Piedmont Park.
90 breweries at Decatur Square, 100 restaurants in Historic Fourth Ward Park, and a walk/run in Piedmont Park to raise money for HIV/AIDS services.
Radio 105.7 Presents the 4th Annual Saints & Sinners Ball Saturday, October 28, 2017 at Park Tavern in Piedmont Park Doors at 7pm Tickets $20 in advance, $30 Day of Show with The Struts and Mondo Cozmo 21+ event Fill out my online form.
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene While the performers are the primary draw at any festival, a side activity is the people-watching. With more than 78,000 people on site at Piedmont Park for the Saturday edition of...
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI and RODNEY HO/AJC Music Scene (This story was originally posted at 1:50 a.m. Sept. 18, 2017.) Early Sunday afternoon at Piedmont Park, Peter Conlon was sporting a smile. “Of all the weekend events (in Atlanta),.....
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene In this week leading up to Music Midtown, we’ll spotlight a handful of artists worth catching at the festival on Sept. 16-17 at Piedmont Park. With the big weekend...
You and Bruno Mars have something in common this weekend: You can both do your thing in Piedmont Park. If some folks without Music Midtown tickets mistakenly think the whole park is off limits to them this...