• Atlanta Visitor’s Guide – Getting Around in Atlanta Georgia

    Getting around in Atlanta Buckhead Where: North of downtown Atlanta, centered at Peachtree and Roswell roads. Inside scoop: Where old money meets frat parties, where streets lined with magnificent homes empty onto Atlanta’s most famous singles scene. It’s home to the Governor’s Mansion, much of the goings-on in Tom Wolfe’s “A Man in Full” and […]

  • My Atlanta Guide to the City

    Atlanta: the “city too busy to hate”. The metropolitan area boasts 3.8 million to 4.5 million residents, depending on whether the boasting is being done by the 10 counties closest to the city or the 20 counties closest to the city. The city proper has some 470,000 residents, ranking it among the 50 largest in […]

  • The best Atlanta BBQ restaurants

    Imagine, one day you are traveling around the United States, and on the outskirts of Atlanta, Georgia, your stomach starts grumbling. Suddenly, you can smell a delicious food scent that will make you salivate at once. With no doubt, you will say, “A BARBECUE SMELL!!”, and starts running toward the smell direction. One thing you should […]

  • Retiring in Atlanta?

    With a metropolitan population of over five million, Atlanta is the largest city in the state of Georgia and thriving with a wealth of diversity. Although Atlanta’s metropolitan area is the fastest growing area in the nation, the numerous sub-sections of Atlanta offer close-knit communities for residents. Offering a taste of all four seasons, the […]

  • Atlanta Art Galleries

    14th Street Antiques Market 530 14th Street Atlanta, GA 30318 Phone: 404-325-4600 Voted “Designers’ Best” by House and Garden Magazine. 50,000 sq. ft. of French, English and American furniture, art, estate jewelry, lighting, collectibles and oriental rugs. Open 7 days. Convenient Midtown location. Aliya Linstrum Gallery 2833 Peachtree Road, NE Atlanta, GA 30305 Phone: 404-869-2338 […]

  • Atlanta Georgia Culture

    Atlanta is the cultural capital of the South and it is your ticket to the finest arts adventure. Get ready to have a great time as you walk along the city streets, see the best Atlanta attractions, visit the museums and take in the shows in the “Crown Jewel of The South.” It has a […]

  • Atlanta’s History

    Atlanta was incorporated in 1847 making it a city and then during the Civil War, it became a major target for the Union army. In 1864, the city burned down because of Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman, thus in the famed Gone with the Wind, it was portrayed and surprisingly Atlanta recovered in a few years. […]