Christmas Tree Farms Just Outside the City

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We know the decision about whether to decorate for Christmas before or after Thanksgiving can be a bit controversial for those who celebrate this December holiday. Some people prefer to wait until after the turkey leftovers are cleared out before getting started, while others barely take down the Halloween decor before throwing up a tree. Even if you prefer to …

North Georgia Pumpkin Patches

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

If you feel like 2021 is flying right past you, trust us, you are not alone! This week marks the beginning of fall, and along with the cooler mornings and shorter days, we are starting to catch a glimpse of the leaves changing colors and Halloween decorations peeking out of neighboring yards. This means the farms of North Georgia are …

How Atlanta’s Neighborhoods Got Their Names

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What’s in a name? For many of Altana’s in-town neighborhoods, the name origins are relatively easy to decipher. Most towns came to be known by the name of their founders, such as Inman Park named for early cotton merchant Samuel Martin Inman or Ansley Park which took the name of rail and real estate magnet Edwin P. Ansley. The names …

Fourth of July Festivities Around Atlanta

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One year after many of the metro Atlanta area’s Fourth of July events went on hiatus due to the Coronavirus pandemic, towns and cities throughout the region are reopening and planning fun-filled celebrations. Whether you are looking for a parade featuring local first responder heroes, delicious food from neighborhood restaurants and food trucks, or just a fantastic and magical fireworks …

Drinking Your Way Around the Beltline

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Ask many residents and even visitors to Atlanta and they will tell you that the Atlanta Beltline is one of the best things to happen to our city in years. With plans to eventually connect 45 distinct in-town neighborhoods through a network of multi-use trails, the Beltline is making our city more walkable and bikeable, and has been a boon …