Take a tour of one of Atlanta's best breweries this weekend. Check out SweetWater Wed.-Sat. Check out how some of the city's best beers are made and then take a taste of what SweetWater has to offer. Tours are loose and social, but if you get there early you'll have more time to spend on the tasting part. Wed.-Fri. you can tour from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and on Sat. from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Make sure to bring a DD if you're going to go for the tasting – and why wouldn ...
If you think Jimbo's is just about burgers and chicken fingers you would be wrong. They have those, of course, along with a plethora of other tasty food and drinks, but they also have live music with local talent (like Gannon Adams later this month!), open mic nights and karaoke. And if you show them some love, they might add trivia to the mix soon! Not only can you support a local business and local talent, but you can get your entertainment close to home.
Everyone enjoys having fun, and when it's free that just sweetens the deal! Take a scenic drive down to Jackson, GA and visit Dauset Trails. They have flowers, animals, a pond, picnic areas - all of it completely free. You can bring quarters and feed the fish in the pond, pack a lunch and enjoy the atmosphere, and this time of year it is phenomenal. And did I mention it was free?
Grab your friends or your boo and head out to Blind Willie's Friday for music by Delta Moon, a little Cajun food and some drinks. Use it as a chance to get a little dressed up if you want, or you can always dress down. A joint that has the motto "It ain't easy bein' sleazy" isn't going to mind if you wear jeans. It's like a little bit of the Bayou in the middle of Atlanta. The cover charge Friday is $12 and the food and drinks are super reasonable and super tasty.
Take a drive to Conyers and have a beer and some bar food at the Celtic Tavern this weekend. It's a small space, but it's not the size that matters. At least not here. There's a decently stocked bar, some adorable patio seating - which is great this time of year, and the small setting comes off more as intimate and not cramped. Intimate in a good way, not in a creepy I-want-to-wear-your-feet sort of way. It's close to other bars too, so if you're getting your drink on, you can bar hop in Olde Town.
I was talking to a co-worker a couple of weeks ago and made the comment that I basically had two full-time jobs, working at The News and as a full-time mommy. That was before I decided to be super smart and stretch myself even thinner by signing my 4-year-old son up for Wee Ball.
In the days of online dating, it's often not very prudent to agree to spend a couple of hours with someone you aren't sure you're going to even like. So how do you remedy this? Welcome to the pre-date.
Those tired of the banality of summer reality programs, but still in need of soap opera hijinks, can thank the New Depot Players, who will be presenting "The Great American Trailer Park Musical" premiering at 8 p.m. July 16. Here, audiences can enrich their imaginations and still be highly entertained.
I love to laugh. Who doesn't, right? And Friday night I laughed more than I laughed in all the other days in March combined.
Friday marked the first comedy show brought to Conyers by Ruben Bravo, CEO of upstart company Bravo Entertainment. Bravo brought D.C.-area comedian Chris Thomas, who earned his fame on BET, to the stage at Club 908 in Olde Town Conyers.
The U.S. Official Sportacus, the Superhero from the global television hit "LazyTown" (as seen daily on Nick Jr.) will make an exclusive appearance at the Mall at Stonecrest on Saturday during the mall's annual 2010 Summer Camp Expo. Sportacus will appear in person at 12:30 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. in three live stage events to promote healthy eating and a daily physical activity program for children. Each show will feature a meet and greet. Sportacus' goal is to help kids to lead a healthy lifestyle. With childhood obesity at an all-time ...
The National Miracle League office in Conyers is hosting its 5th annual Southern Gospel Benefit Concert, but this year the group is partnering with Newton County to help make Newton's Miracle League field project a reality.
The concert will feature four prominent Christian musical groups, including the Alabama-based gospel quartet Gold City, the Talley Trio from East Tennessee, Jeff and Sheri Easter and their children and soloist Allison Durham Speer.
The True Colours Art Exhibit will be on display until March 26 at the Newton County Library. The exhibit, presented by the Arts Association in Newton County, features artwork from students in all grade levels in the Newton County School System.