Atlanta Streets Alive coming Sunday
by Staff Reports
05:41 PM, Monday, September 22
The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition will host its third and final Atlanta Streets Alive event of 2014 Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m. in the city’s Virginia-Highland neighborhood. The city will close a five-mile loop of streets to cars, including North Highland...

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