The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, W Magazine and Time Out New York all called “A Doll’s House, Part 2,” the best play of the 2017 Broadway season. This Actor’s Express staging is one of the most promising productions of Atlanta’s fall season.Read More
Taste of Atlanta, the city’s must-do three-day food festival, returns in October at a new location in Historic Fourth Ward Park. We have PoshDealz prices on general admission and VIP tickets for Sunday, Oct. 21.Read More
Under Kenny Blank’s leadership, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival has gone from a 10-day annual event to one that’s held year-round with a 23-day showcase taking place in January-February.Read More
“The Book of Will,” a love letter to Shakespeare, features the trademark smarts and humor of oft-produced playwright Lauren Gunderson (“Christmas at Pemberley,” “Silent Sky”). PoshDealz.com has your discounted tickets.Read More
The Fox Theatre’s new Marquee Club has earned two awards from the Association of Luxury Suite Directors — one for overall building architecture and another for club spaces.Read More
The High Museum of Art has named Los Angeles-based art historian Claudia Einecke as its curator of European art. She starts work Aug. 15.Read More
Jeffrey Fashion Cares Atlanta, part of one of the largest combined AIDS and breast cancer benefits in the nation, celebrates 26 years Aug. 27. Tickets go on sale July 16.Read More
The Atlanta Musical Theatre Festival turns 3 this summer, showcasing four brand-new musicals on Aug. 6-7 and Aug. 13-14. Our PoshDealz pass gets you 1 ticket to 4 new musicals for $11.25 each.Read More
Aurora Theatre uses a cast of 31 to tell the story of “Newsies,” inspired by the real-life Newsboy Strike of 1899 in New York City. It offers a Tony Award-winning score featuring 19 songs, lots of dancing and a live orchestra.Read More
Sugar Magnolia Bed & Breakfast is here to take care of you and your guests. Enjoy a memorable bed and breakfast stay where excellence and comfort are mingled with the Southern charm of yesteryear and the exciting beat of the South’s Olympic city.
Upon entering this beautiful Queen Anne Victorian home, bed and breakfast guests are transported back to the time of the home’s construction in 1892. Sugar Magnolia, lovingly restored to its original charm and beauty, proudly displays its antiquity in many of its unique features — a three-story turret and grand staircase, six fireplaces, oval beveled windows, hand-painted plasterwork and the front hall’s magnificent crystal chandelier.
Sugar Magnolia is situated in the heart of the city. The surrounding neighborhood is on the National Register of Historic Places. Inman Park is Atlanta’s first suburb, now the premiere Victorian district intown.Read More