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 ...

Latest Headlines

Amuse'um fundraiser benefits Children’s Museum of Atlanta
The young at heart will gather at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta Saturday for its annual adults-only Amuse’um fundr...
10:50 AM, Wednesday, February 25
full story
Heritage Sandy Springs’ new festival to spin yarns
Heritage Sandy Springs, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving history in the community, will present Stories by the Spr...
05:10 PM, Tuesday, February 24
full story
Paulding church hopes annual Wild Game Dinner creates new ...
Officials with Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Hiram said they believe if a man can have a closer relationship with ...
01:46 PM, Tuesday, February 24
full story
Pet of the Week: Femur
Nothing intimidates or scares Femur. To Femur, life is one big adventure meant to be lived large. This guy likes ever...
08:58 AM, Tuesday, February 24
full story
Oglethorpe partners with leading arts organizations in Atl...
Oglethorpe University has partnered with three leading Atlanta arts organizations — the Tony award-winning Alliance T...
02:51 PM, Friday, February 20
full story
'Cheaper by the Dozen' set for six performances beginning ...
The classic play “Cheaper by The Dozen” will be in performance beginning Feb. 27 and run Feb. 28, March 1, 6, 7 and 8...
01:31 PM, Thursday, February 19
full story
Fox Theatre brings 'Wicked' to stage
The Fox Theatre opens its doors tonight to welcome “Wicked” as a part of the Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Atlanta’s 2...
06:04 PM, Wednesday, February 18
full story
Decatur Arts Alliance hosts social media inspired exhibition
A Decatur artist is exploring relationships with and through social media in her new exhibition, “16 Likes, 3 Comment...
11:58 AM, Wednesday, February 18
full story
Garden at Buckhead high-rise benefits neighbors
It all started with a conversation about former gardens. Nancy Haselden, a resident at Cathedral Towers in Buckhead, ...
11:16 AM, Wednesday, February 18
full story
Pet of the Week: Tucker
LifeLine Animal Project presents the DeKalb County Animal Services pet of the week — Tucker. This 3-year-old bulldog ...
11:14 AM, Wednesday, February 18
full story
SteerSmart nonprofit to host BBQ and Blue Jeans Bash
SteerSmart, an Atlanta-based nonprofit educating young drivers, passengers and their parents on the prevention of lif...
10:53 AM, Wednesday, February 18
full story
Local architectural group giving Shutze Awards
The Southeast chapter of the Institute of Classical Art & Architecture, a national nonprofit dedicated to advancing t...
10:45 AM, Wednesday, February 18
full story
Puppetry center hosts ‘Anne Frank: Within and Without’
Honoring one girl’s empowering and courageous tale of inner strength and vitality during the Holocaust, the Center fo...
10:39 AM, Wednesday, February 18
full story
Art Papers to host Art Auction this weekend
Art Papers, an Atlanta-based arts nonprofit covering contemporary art and culture, will host its 16th annual Art Auct...
10:36 AM, Wednesday, February 18
full story
Sandy Springs native wins Grammy Award
Sandy Springs native Kabir Sehgal has been quite busy lately. In May the New York investment banker and his mother, S...
10:23 AM, Wednesday, February 18
full story

Popular Stories

Column: Animals behaving oddly by Lauretta Hannon
Columnist

Column: Small-town crime by Lauretta Hannon
Columnist

Recent Comments

« Monet Gandy wrote on Monday, Aug 24 at 10:04 AM »
« Lisa Preikszas wrote on Saturday, Aug 22 at 11:05 AM »
« anonymous wrote on Friday, Aug 21 at 01:50 PM »
« Berlene Fowler Howar wrote on Thursday, Aug 20 at 05:04 PM »