Atlanta in the News

Forbes: Your Spring Travel Guide to Atlanta
April 13, 2018

Forbes: Your Spring Travel Guide to Atlanta

Read on for Forbes Travel Guide’s seasonal guide to Atlanta, a spring shower of places to go and things to do we have forecasted for foodies, travelers and staycationers.
Smarter Travel: 10 Must-See Atlanta Attractions
March 27, 2018

Smarter Travel: 10 Must-See Atlanta Attractions

When considering Atlanta attractions, visitors often find that there’s a perfect blend of past and present, of history both gone and in the making
Southern Living: The South's Best Food Cities 2018
March 20, 2018

Southern Living: The South's Best Food Cities 2018

Atlanta’s appearance on the list of South's Best Food Cities isn’t a surprise, especially with Buford Highway, which could be another city unto itself filled with globally influenced restaurants from Malaysian to Mexican and almost anywhere else you can think of.
CNN Travel: Where to have fun between games in NCAA host cities
March 13, 2018

CNN Travel: Where to have fun between games in NCAA host cities

The largest city in the Deep South, Atlanta puts a lot of focus on hosting visitors to its sports venues and conventions.
TransitCenter: City to watch: Atlanta
March 7, 2018

TransitCenter: City to watch: Atlanta

Everyone’s watching Atlanta. No, not the (exemplary) television show, the lively transportation developments that are unfolding in real-time on both the regional and local level.
February 23, 2018

NPR: Atlanta Is Experiencing A Film And TV Production Boom

More than 70 film and TV projects were shot in and around Atlanta in 2017. So many, the area has developed a permanent production industry.
Conde Nast Traveler: ‘Black Panther’ Fans Can Now Fly to Wakanda from Atlanta
February 21, 2018

Conde Nast Traveler: ‘Black Panther’ Fans Can Now Fly to Wakanda from Atlanta

ATL has been named the busiest airport in the world for several years running. But they just made things a little more complicated, adding a nonstop flight to the Black Panther's (wholly fictional) home nation of Wakanda.
Financial Times: Atlanta’s former railway drives growth through the neighbourhoods
February 8, 2018

Financial Times: Atlanta’s former railway drives growth through the neighbourhoods

Nearly two decades later, Ryan Gravel’s BeltLine vision has spawned an urban redevelopment plan to provide a network of transport links, parks and reinvigorated residential neighborhoods. By 2030, the project will have cost more than $4 billion.
Billboard: Hot Hoods: The Towns Near Atlanta, Austin and Nashville Where Musicians Are Moving
January 26, 2018

Billboard: Hot Hoods: The Towns Near Atlanta, Austin and Nashville Where Musicians Are Moving

Artists seeking some peace and quiet from the high-energy atmosphere of big cities have been venturing to the suburbs and beyond -- and, in turn, are discovering long-standing classics and new destinations for shopping, dining and live music.
ESPN: How Atlanta became the capital of college football
January 3, 2018

ESPN: How Atlanta became the capital of college football

Atlanta is a metropolitan area of 7 million people, all of them with a college football flag in their front yard. Atlanta is big enough to support six professional sports teams, yet it's still a city that cares more about college football than any of them.
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