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            Atlanta’s restaurant scene continues to reopen like a magnolia bloom, a post-pandemic blossoming replete with new restaurants making a splash, others coming down the pike and sadly, a couple of which did not survive the COVID saga.  

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            Big Canoe Chapel’s Terraces Committee is excited to announce the upcoming reinstatement of summer concerts. The season, while shorter, will feature as many concerts as in the past. We hope that through these concerts, we will bring back not only open-air concerts at the Terraces …

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            The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra presents the upcoming musical program “Movie Magic,” hosted on the main stage of Ameris Bank Amphitheatre. This socially distanced musical spectacle will feature iconic film scores performed by the Atlanta Symphony and led by Conductor Damon Gupton.…

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            On May 17, Atlanta Symphony Hall LIVE announced a new show featuring The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, live in Symphony Hall, Sunday, Sept. 19. All tickets are available on www.Ticketmaster.com.

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            Two shows, featuring work from vastly different, yet iconic artists are heading to Atlanta. “Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience,” opened May 19 and “The Art of Banksy: Without Limits,” will open Sept. 3.

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            Space set movies are almost as bad as time travel movies with the amount of suspension of disbelief you must accept for an enjoyable viewing. Space films based on real events like Philip Kaufman’s “The Right Stuff” (1983) or Ron Howard’s “Apollo 13” (1995) are exceptions for obvi…

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             The second weekend in May was another milestone for Gibbs Gardens as owner Jim Gibbs unveiled his newest addition, the Conifer Gardens.

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            Jekyll Island is one of the most inspirational spots on the Georgia coastline for landscape photographers. This dramatic piece of art was brilliantly captured by Brian Robbins, one of Big Canoe’s most talented fine artists.

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          As life continues to return to “normal,” hopefully you are venturing out from your bunker and seeking out some much-needed palate expansion. After COVID-19 decimated Atlanta’s restaurant scene for the past year, once a non-stop factory of new concepts, the gears of the assembly lin…

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            Who would have guessed that the film to welcome back the traditional movie theater experience amidst the pandemic was not Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” (2020) or Patty Jenkins’ “Wonder Woman 1984” (2020), but Adam Wingard’s “Godzilla vs. Kong?” Like with the Planet of the Apes rebo…

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This exquisite shot was taken by Mark Green in autumn a few years ago. He flew his Phantom 4 Pro drone over the second fairway of the Cherokee course just after a spectacular North Georgia sunrise. “It was shot during my year in the life of Big Canoe project,” Green explained. Over a full tw…

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            The second week of April was an exciting time at Gibbs Gardens as owner Jim Gibbs unveiled his newest addition, the Inspiration Gardens, to members and visitors.

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            The past year has been tough—a long winter to say the least—with too many losses. We are however, seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, and a return to some sort of normalcy, whatever that new paradigm will be. We will have patrons, volunteers and musician’s safety upmost in…

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