“Curious George: Let’s Get Curious!”
Through Jan. 5
Experience the traveling exhibit that intertwines science, math, and engineering with play. There’s also a mini-musical thrown into the mix . Don’t forget your yellow hats! Children’s Museum of Atlanta, www. childrensmuseumatlanta.org
You’ll feel the love when the superstar comes to town for his final tour, Farewell Yellow Brick Road. State Farm Arena, www.statefarmarena.com
MercyMe: Imagine Nation Tour
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8 Great Things This Month
Experience the traveling exhibit that intertwines science, math, and engineering with play.
When it comes to traveling, keepsakes and gifts are natural add-ons. Even more so this time of the year. Luckily, Atlanta has bounty of boutiques and markets with lovely handmade, local and vintage wares— just the ticket for anyone looking for a memorable token of their travels or to show their affection. Here are seven spots with some truly unique finds.
Cold Weather Comforts
Atlanta does cold really well. Maybe we don’t know how to handle snow and ice (looking at you, Snowpocalypse of 2014), but we have plenty of treats to comfort us once those temperatures drop. Here are a few favorites we seek out to keep us warm.
Traveling With Pets
Festive Fun For Everyone
Fall in Atlanta means festival season has arrived! It’s time to get outside, eat, party and toast the city. If you’re looking to get a feel for the community, these six festivals will put you in the thick of it.
A Short Drive From The City
A Guide For Culture Vultures
Want to explore the cultural side of Atlanta? Look no further. This city is brimming with theaters, street art, museums and galleries that showcase the diversity, spunk and range of artistic spirit. Whether you’re into independent or mainstream options, marquee or low key, here are a few stops that won’t disappoint.
The Allman Brothers Band’s memory and music live on at The Big House Museum in Macon. Located about an hour south of Atlanta, this pilgrimage is a must for southern rock fans.
Author and respected music critic Anthony DeCurtis began contributing to Rolling Stone in Atlanta nearly 40 years ago. Now, he returns for a different role—performing “An Evening of Lou Reed” with the Andy Browne Troupe.