Category: Activities & Recreation

  • Atlanta golf courses
    Activities & Recreation – April 14, 2019

    Take a Swing at Atlanta’s Finest Golf Courses

    In Augusta today, on golf’s biggest stage, Tiger Woods gave us what we in America love more than anything else: a story of redemption and triumph over adversity. After being counted out by most of the world as a once great athlete whose best years are far behind him, he clawed his way back to […]

  • Atlanta Yoga
    Activities & Recreation, Midtown – April 7, 2019

    Be a Poser: The Best Yoga in Midtown Atlanta

    When the stresses of the world close in around you, it is important to have a release so you don’t lose your mind! Yoga is a perfect outlet. For hundreds of years, yoga has been practiced around the world, and for good reason. The focus on breath control and stretching lead to significant health benefits […]

  • Record Stores Atlanta
    Activities & Recreation, Uncategorized – March 14, 2019

    Feel the Beat at the Record Stores of Little Five Points

    We are living in a golden age of music technology. Never before has the sound quality of popular music been cleaner and brighter, and if we’re being honest, more soulless. There is something about analog sound recording that gives a quality of being in the room with the musicians. The pops and crackles of vinyl […]

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