Cocktails in the Garden

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

Due to the brief closure of the Atlanta Botanical Garden earlier this year, the popular Cocktails in the Garden event has now been extended through September. The event takes place each Tuesday – Sunday evening from 5pm – 9 pm, with the last timed entry allowed at 8:30 pm. You can enjoy specialty cocktails while strolling the gardens and exploring Alice’s …

Best of Atlanta’s Farmers Markets

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

Now more than ever, Atlantans love their local farmers markets. Purchasing from local farmers, artisans and vendors has become even more important to many of us lately as we strive to support small businesses and our local economies in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. As part as their annual Best of Atlanta series, the AJC has released this year’s winners …

First Time Home Buyers Love Atlanta

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips, Real Estate Trends

The real estate market has changed a bit during the Coronavirus pandemic, and in many cities, Atlanta included, sales have slowed somewhat. In good news for sellers however, home prices have continued their steady rise. Even so, the personal finance website WalletHub has found that Atlanta still ranks among the best locations for first time home buyers. To determine what …

Center for Puppetry Arts Reopening

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

The Center for Puppetry Arts has announced that they will reopen their doors on July 10th, following nearly 4 months of closure due to the Coronavirus pandemic. According to a press release on the Center for Puppetry Arts website – “While theaters and workshops remain closed, the Center for Puppetry Arts is delighted to announce the re-opening of its Worlds …

Atlanta Attractions Reopening

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

Nearly three months after the majority of Atlanta’s tourist attractions closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic, some of Atlanta’s most popular destinations for family fun are starting to reopen. There will be changes however, from limits on the number of visitors who can enter a facility at once, to mask requirements and temperature scans. Read on for more information about …

Ponce City Market Slowly Reopening

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

After being almost fully shuttered since mid-March, Ponce City Market has slowly begun the process of reopening. Not every resident of the market feels comfortable opening at all, and some are only returning to take out service, but this is one more step toward normalcy for the market and food hall that is a favorite among Atlantans and visitors alike. This …

Let Atlanta Know What You Think

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

The City of Atlanta is asking residents what they think about the reopening of businesses and restaurants. In a survey posted on the #ATLStrong website, the city is asking citizens to let them know how comfortable they are with a variety of business types reopening to the public. Other questions include what safety measures citizens plan to take if they …

A City of Green Thumbs

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

You may have noticed that in spite of shelter-in-place orders, the parking lots at your local Home Depots, hardware stores and nurseries seem to always be full. That’s because at-home gardening is experiencing quite a boom in popularity while Americans are spending so much time at home. From experienced amateur farmers to first timers, it seems like everyone is trying …