As spring sneaks into the city, plants are popping up at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, growing, woven into sculptures of every size and en masse in blankets of flowers. Get ready!
The rhyming writer, a cartoonist who illustrated his own books, will be celebrated Monday at Imagine It! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta. He would have turned 110 on Sunday, March 3.
History and Civil War buffs, get ready to be amazed. The Atlanta Cyclorama is marking the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Atlanta with expanded programming.
Hundreds of years will be on display, in myriad ways, at the Atlanta History Center this year. There’s plenty to discover between now and June, on and off the center’s 33-acre Buckhead campus. Read on for some highlights.
Atlanta hosts numerous film festivals throughout the year, but none conveys the sense of “event” as the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, which drew 31,500 attendees in 2013 (about 25 percent of whom identify as non-Jewish). This year’s version begins Jan. 29.