Six things to do in Atlanta for Labor Day weekend
by Neighbor Staff
06:36 PM, Sunday, August 30
From college football to Dragon Con, there are at least six things to do in downtown Atlanta for Labor Day week-end: 1. Even though the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game between Auburn and Louisville at the Georgia Dome is sold out, football fans, you can ...

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