Atlanta in the News

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.
New York Times: 10 Bargain Destinations for 2018
December 26, 2017

New York Times: 10 Bargain Destinations for 2018

Atlanta is one of the cities currently trending in the right direction for budget fare hunters.
Zagat: 30 Most Exciting Food Cities in America 2017
December 17, 2017

Zagat: 30 Most Exciting Food Cities in America 2017

2017 cemented the Capital City of the South's status as a culinary force, racking up accolades from national media.
Smart Asset: The Best Cities for Conferences in 2017
December 11, 2017

Smart Asset: The Best Cities for Conferences in 2017

Hosting a conference in Atlanta is a smart move. Data shows this city has plenty of hotel space with 243 hotels, 124 of which are medium-sized. In both those metrics, Atlanta ranks in the top 10.
December 5, 2017

Food & Wine: Everyone Says The Barbecue in Atlanta Is Really Good Now

Everyone says the barbecue in Atlanta is really good now—but just how good? A scene has been growing in recent years, and things are getting kind of serious.
New York Times: In the South and North, New (and Vital) Civil Rights Trails
November 28, 2017

New York Times: In the South and North, New (and Vital) Civil Rights Trails

Two years ago, representatives from Southern state tourism departments gathered at Georgia State University to begin work on what would become the nation’s first civil rights trail.
October 31, 2017

WalletHub: 2017’s Best Winter Holiday Destinations

Looking for a place to celebrate the holidays? You don’t have to stray too far
Smart Meetings: Spooky Venues for Groups
October 1, 2017

Smart Meetings: Spooky Venues for Groups

Oakland Cemetery was founded in 1850 and serves as the resting place for well-known figures such as Bobby Jones, Margaret Mitchell and Maynard Jackson. The space is also a beautiful area for an event.
Food & Wine: If You Don't Already Love Atlanta, This Walking Tour Could Be Just What Your Relationship Needs
September 26, 2017

Food & Wine: If You Don't Already Love Atlanta, This Walking Tour Could Be Just What Your Relationship Needs

Explore some of Atlanta's most interesting neighborhoods (home to some of the city's most interesting food, right now), without doing very much driving at all.
Smart Meetings: Guide to Top 7 Street Art Cities in the U.S.
September 22, 2017

Smart Meetings: Guide to Top 7 Street Art Cities in the U.S.

Atlanta hosts the annual street art conference Living Walls, the City Speaks. But that is only one of many reasons people are speculating whether Atlanta will be the next major street art city.
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