Atlanta

Fernbank After Dark

If you’re looking for a fun activity on a Friday night, be sure to check out Fernbank After Dark! I remember loving the Martinis & IMAX event at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, so when I heard about their new adults-only event, I made sure to check it out. Lucky for us, the night […]

High Museum & Little Trouble

A few weeks ago, my friend Natalie invited me to Art After Dark, hosted by the High Museum’s Young Professionals. The promise of cocktails, live music, fellow art-lovers, and four floors of exhibits to explore in one of my favorite Atlanta attractions made me say “yes” immediately. We bustled in from the brisk night air and […]

Shaky Beats 2017

Shaky Beats was amazing! Kicking off on Friday May 5th (Cinco de Mayo!), the music festival exploded into a weekend of deep bass, sick beats, and more dancing than I’ve done in years! After a soggy start on Friday, the weather was absolutely perfect on Saturday and Sunday, prompting everyone to come out and soak […]

King of Pops Yoga

The first time I ever tried an outdoor yoga class was about five years ago, on the big hill in Piedmont Park, and it is still one of the best classes I’ve ever had. Something about doing yoga outside really spoke to me. The balmy breeze through the trees, the evening sun peeking through the […]

Sneaker Culture at the High Museum

If you’re a sneaker fanatic, the latest exhibit at the High Museum will feel like Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. The Rise of Sneaker Culture showcases more than 150 sneakers, exploring the shoe’s evolution from its origins in the 1830s to its present day cultural significance. Though it opened in June, I hadn’t had a chance to see it until […]

Fitness at Exhale Spa

The sexy, sunkissed days of summer are coming, and if you plan to wear cute sundresses and skirts as much as I do, it’s time to get back in shape! For those who have stayed in shape all winter, I commend you and aspire to be like you when I grow up. However, if you’ve got to remove a […]

Flying High with Atlanta Helicopter

In 2016, I’m committed to sprinkling a little more exhilaration in my life. I’ve always loved that word, and more than that, I love that feeling you get when you step outside of the day’s well-worn path and do something a little different and a little thrilling. A helicopter ride fits the bill nicely! With […]

Exploring Art on the BeltLine

Every year, after the Annual Lantern Parade, loads of new public art appears on the Atlanta BeltLine, turning most of the 2.5 miles of the Eastside Trail into a linear, walkable, outdoor art museum. Since I love public art, I invited a friend of mine (who is also an accomplished large-sale artist) to stroll with me and […]

Imagine Music Festival 2015 Recap

August is my favorite month of the year. It’s my birthday month (woot woot!), and the gods conspired to give me the best birthday celebration a girl could hope for: the Imagine Music Festival, which took place on August 28th & 29th. I feel most alive when I’m dancing, and nothing moves me quite like the […]

The 2015 Imagine Music Festival is coming…

Are you ready for the 2015 Imagine Music Festival on August 29th and 30th? Go ahead and click PLAY ► below to see!   As you can see, this is an awesome EDM festival, certainly one of the best I’ve ever been to. It attracts thousands of fans, who are all ready to spend a weekend rocking […]

Red Bull Soapbox Race Social

The Red Bull Soapbox Race is coming back to Atlanta! The high-energy, non-motorized fun will take place on North Ave on October 24, 2015, so mark your calendar for a good time. I saw the race when it was here in 2012, and North Ave has much better hills than 10th Street, so I’m looking forward […]

Center for Civil and Human Rights

Have you been to the Center for Civil and Human Rights yet? I spent an entire afternoon there back in February, and loved every moment. Though this post is months after the fact, I always intended to publish it, and now is a good time to do it, because the one-year anniversary of this amazing facility just passed a […]