Things to Do
'Tis the season for pop-up shops to sprout throughout metro Atlanta and give you an excuse to wear that one terrible sweater. Please drink responsibly and let the Lyft sleigh carry you home.
Of note: These popular pop-ups are packed throughout the holiday season, so check if reservations are required.
Cities and cultural attractions across metro Atlanta are holding events throughout the weekend to honor U.S. veterans.
The season of giving is almost upon us, so we rounded up five local organizations that need your help.
- But don't stop here. There are dozens of other worthy causes in and around Atlanta.
The weekend weather should be wonderful. Go enjoy!
Stickball: Players from the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, the Chickasaw Nation and the Mississippi Choctaw Nations will compete in three games of stickball — one of North America's oldest sports — at Historic Fourth Ward Activity Field Saturday from 10:45am-3pm.
Have you ever quibbled with friends over where Midtown ends and begins? The Westside? Think you know the footprint of Sminings better than other Axios Atlanta readers? Now you can prove it.
Our visual storytelling team at Axios came up with a game in which you can draw what you think are the boundaries for your local neighborhoods and compare your answers to those of other Axios readers.
PSLs are back which means it's time to work on your fall bucket list. Here are some ideas to get you started.
1. Hoist a stein at Oktoberfest
The annual festival features live music all weekend, keg tapping, stein hoisting, keg rolling, and bratwurst and pretzel tosses.
- But don't worry, we have ideas for if the weather turns south, too.
Here's our fall arts preview guide.
Detroit and Memphis are two cities that have made historic contributions to American music during the 20th century.
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