The Daily Beast: How Atlanta Became the New Cultural Capital of America

January 29, 2017
From Migos and Gucci Mane, to Donald Glover’s ‘Atlanta’ and the Falcons, the ATL has risen, and is now dominating popular culture in a major way.
ESPN: Farewell to the Georgia Dome

ESPN: Farewell to the Georgia Dome

January 20, 2017
The NFC championship game between the Green Bay Packers and Atlanta Falcons is the final football game at the Georgia Dome. Next season, the Falcons and college football games will move next door to the Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Forbes: Your Winter Guide To Atlanta

Forbes: Your Winter Guide To Atlanta

December 17, 2016
If you find yourself in Atlanta for football, fun or for work, take joy in knowing that the local calendar is so hot with activity over the next few months that we’d almost suggest coming out without a coat.

Thrillist: The 15 Coolest Things Coming to U.S. Cities in 2017

December 16, 2016
Atlanta's getting new venues for two of its three major pro sports teams in 2017: Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the Falcons and SunTrust Park for the Braves.
Zagat: The 26 Hottest Food Cities of 2016

Zagat: The 26 Hottest Food Cities of 2016

November 30, 2016
It was an incredible year for dining across the U.S. in 2016. With chefs from NY, Chicago and SF moving to smaller markets like Denver, Charlotte, Seattle and Charleston (among others), culinary innovation is booming in cities big and small.

WalletHub: 2016’s Best Winter Holiday Destinations

November 18, 2016
When the mercury drops, some Americans welcome the cold while others follow the sun.
Huffington Post : These Are The Best Hotels For 2017

Huffington Post : These Are The Best Hotels For 2017

November 17, 2016
A modernized 19th century mansion just minutes from one of the most bustling cities in the South, Stonehurst Place is much more than a bed for guests to lay their head - it’s their Atlanta home.
Rolling Stone: Culture Report - 5 Cool Things to Discover in Atlanta

Rolling Stone: Culture Report - 5 Cool Things to Discover in Atlanta

October 18, 2016
A boom in film and television production has pumped billions into Atlanta's economy and accelerated the ATL's latest reinvention act. Thankfully, the metamorphosis coincides with renewed interest in history, as clever do-overs have carved foodie wonderlands out of rundown factories and rekindled nightlife in unexpected quarters.
Orbitz: America’s 6 top spots for people watching

Orbitz: America’s 6 top spots for people watching

October 11, 2016
Dragon Con takes place once a year, almost always over Labor Day weekend, at five hotels in the Peachtree Center area of downtown Atlanta. Tens of thousands of fans of comics, sci-fi, and fantasy flood the city, and a high number of attendees don costumes. This means the streets are crowded with people dressed like Batman, Princess Leia and hundreds of less recognizable characters.
Forbes: Atlanta Readies Itself For Its Next Phase

Forbes: Atlanta Readies Itself For Its Next Phase

September 27, 2016
As cities grow, infrastructure investment becomes more critical to their future viability. The right kind of infrastructure development by cities can pay off with fantastic returns, and Atlanta has used that method to its advantage.
1 2 3 4 523
Showing 2130 of 228 Items