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A Taste of Atlanta, Georgia

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  1. Atlanta is the capital and most populous city in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of 2009, Atlanta had an estimated population of about 540,922 people.

  2. During the 1960s, Atlanta was a major organizing center of the Civil Rights Movement, with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Ralph David Abernathy, and students from Atlanta's historically Black colleges and universities playing major roles in the movement's leadership.

  3. African-American Atlantans demonstrated growing political influence with election of the first black mayor, Maynard Jackson, in 1973.

  4. In 1990, Atlanta was selected as the site for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games. Following the announcement, Atlanta undertook several major construction projects to improve the city's parks, sports facilities, and transportation.

  5. Contemporary Atlanta is sometimes considered to be an archetype for cities experiencing rapid growth and urban sprawl.

  6. Southwestern Atlanta contains a number of suburbs popular with the wealthy and elite African-American population of the city, such as Collier Heights, Cascade Heights and Peyton Forest.

  7. Traditional African American denominations such as the National Baptist Convention and the African Methodist Episcopal Church are strongly represented in the area.

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(BPRW) Chair of The Coca-Cola Foundation Ingrid Saunders Jones to Retire after 30 Years

- Lisa Borders Named to Succeed Jones -

(BLACK PR WIRE)–ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The Coca-Cola Company today announced Senior Vice President of Global Community Connections and Chair of The Coca-Cola Foundation, Ingrid Saunders Jones, will retire after 30 years of distinguished service with the Company, effective June 1.

A well-respected global leader, Jones joined The Coca-Cola Company in 1982 and has held roles of increasing responsibility around the Company’s corporate giving and community outreach. She has served as Chair of The Coca-Cola Foundation since 1991.

Ingrid Saunders Jones
Ingrid Saunders Jones, Senior Vice President of Global Community Connections and Chair of The Coca-Cola Foundation will retire after 30 years of distinguished service with The Coca-Cola Company on June 1, 2013. (Photo: Business Wire)

During her three-decade Coca-Cola career, Jones has led the transformation of the Company’s philanthropic outreach, growing a U.S.-focused program into a global campaign, which now includes water stewardship, active healthy living, community recycling and education programs worldwide. Under Jones’ leadership, The Coca-Cola Foundation has awarded more than $500 million to thousands of community organizations worldwide.

“Over the past 30 years, I have been grateful to work for a company that commits the talent and time of its employees and its philanthropic dollars to issues and organizations that empower and enhance the lives of others,” said Jones. “I’m proud of the work of the Foundation and believe deeply in the people and communities we’ve served around the world. I am fortunate to have worked with extraordinary leaders, community supporters and caring and committed associates.”

Jones’ community and leadership accomplishments are many. They include chairing a number of notable national and local organizations such as the United Way of Metro Atlanta, the Woodruff Arts Center, National Black Arts Festival, and The Carter Center Board of Advisors. In addition, she serves or has served on the board of organizations such as Clark Atlanta University, the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, the Ohio State University President’s Council on Women, Girl Scouts of the USA, The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation. She is currently the Chair of the National Council of Negro Women.

A testament to her leadership within the community, Jones has received many honors from organizations ranging from the National Urban League and the Jackie Robinson Foundation to the Executive Leadership Council, National Women’s Research Alliance and the YWCA of Atlanta.

“Ingrid’s contributions to our Company and to the communities we serve worldwide cannot be overstated,” said Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO, The Coca-Cola Company. “Simply put, she has been the heart and soul of Coca-Cola in the community for three decades. Her passion for serving and improving communities has made a profound difference in the world and taught us that we all possess the ability to transform the lives of others. We are deeply indebted to her incomparable legacy of service and we wish her all the best as she moves into the next phase of her life.”

The Coca-Cola Company also announced Lisa Borders will succeed Jones as Vice President of Global Community Connections and Chair of The Coca-Cola Foundation, effective May 1. Borders joins Coca-Cola after serving as President of the Grady Health Foundation – the philanthropic arm of Grady Health System – Georgia’s largest public hospital and Atlanta’s premier level I trauma center. As Foundation President, Borders led the Greater Grady capital campaign, a five-year, $325 million effort, and guided the system’s development efforts during the most important period in Grady’s history.

Lisa Borders
Lisa Borders to succeed Jones as Vice President of Global Community Connections and Chair of The Coca-Cola Foundation. (Photo: Business Wire)

“I am excited to be joining a company that has played such a critical role in my hometown and around the world not only as a driver of economic growth but of social empowerment and philanthropic leadership,” said Borders. “I look forward to leading the work of The Coca-Cola Foundation and continuing its legacy of service to others.”

Borders has extensive experience leading a range of community-focused civic, philanthropic, business and political endeavors. Formerly, she served as President of the Atlanta City Council, Vice Mayor of Atlanta and Co-Chair of the transition team for Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed. Her numerous Atlanta initiatives have included increasing the availability of affordable housing, uncovering transportation solutions and promoting neighborhood safety and preservation. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Duke University in Durham, N.C., and a Master of Science in Health Administration from the University of Colorado in Denver.

A lifelong Atlanta resident, Borders has deep roots in the community. She is currently a trustee at The Westminster Schools, a board member at Clark Atlanta University, a member of the Board of Visitors and Board of Ethics at Emory University, and a board member of the Atlanta Downtown Community Improvement District (ADID).

“Lisa is an accomplished leader in all aspects of what we call the Golden Triangle – the partnership between civil society, business and government,” said Kent. “Her deep background in philanthropic giving, public service and corporate strategy brings to the Company the right combination of experience to lead our global community outreach. We welcome Lisa to the Coca-Cola family and wish her the best of success in her new role.” Borders will report to Bea Perez, Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer, The Coca-Cola Company.

About The Coca-Cola Company
The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO) is the world's largest beverage company, refreshing consumers with more than 500 sparkling and still brands. Led by Coca-Cola, the world's most valuable brand, our Company’s portfolio features 16 billion-dollar brands including Diet Coke, Fanta, Sprite, Coca-Cola Zero, vitaminwater, Powerade, Minute Maid, Simply, Georgia and Del Valle. Globally, we are the No. 1 provider of sparkling beverages, ready-to-drink coffees, and juices and juice drinks. Through the world's largest beverage distribution system, consumers in more than 200 countries enjoy our beverages at a rate of more than 1.8 billion servings a day. With an enduring commitment to building sustainable communities, our Company is focused on initiatives that reduce our environmental footprint, support active, healthy living, create a safe, inclusive work environment for our associates, and enhance the economic development of the communities where we operate. Together with our bottling partners, we rank among the world’s top 10 private employers with more than 700,000 system employees. For more information, please visit or follow us on Twitter at

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(BPRW) City of Atlanta Declares Box Tops for Education Day as Celebrities and Key Community Advocates Join in Nationwide Town Hall Event

- Box Tops for Education and BET Networks Present a Community Discussion Centered on Education and Parental Involvement Moderated by Activist Jeff Johnson -

(BLACK PR WIRE) – MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The General Mills program Box Tops for Education®, in conjunction with BET Networks, is hosting a Town Hall discussion to strengthen active parental engagement in our children’s primary education. Moderated by MSNBC contributor and executive editor of Jeff Johnson, the event takes place at Cosby Auditorium on the campus of Spelman College Thursday, January 24, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. The Town Hall is sponsored by Walmart and Honey Nut Cheerios®. The event is free and open to the public.

Box Tops for Education Day

BET’s “Real Husbands of Hollywood” star Boris Kodjoe along with his wife, actress and mother Nicole Ari Parker, as well as Spelman College president Dr. Beverly Tatum, and Box Tops for Education brand manager Tommy Hillman will participate in a panel discussion. The event will unite parents, teachers, and community leaders in an effort to make a real impact on education in our schools systems. The City of Atlanta will also present a proclamation declaring January 24 “Box Tops for Education Day” in support of the program’s continuous efforts in the Atlanta school system. Key figures from Atlanta’s music and entertainment industry will be in attendance to stand in solidarity to offer support and share personal stories.

The Box Tops for Education Town Hall will premiere in its entirety via Monday, February 4. Parents and community members can visit to check out this riveting conversation and learn how to become more involved in their child’s education.

The Box Tops for Education program was designed to help combat some of the budget challenges many of our nation’s schools are facing by creating an easy way for community members to support schools without having to spend extra money. There are many participating brands such as Honey Nut Cheerios cereal, Hamburger Helper® skillet meals and Cinnamon Toast Crunch® cereal that are already household favorites. Each participating brand carries a “Box Top” coupon worth 10 cents to a school, and unrestricted funds earned by submitting the Box Tops to General Mills can be used to purchase books, school supplies, playground equipment, teacher training, computers, etc.

With Box Tops for Education, parents and the community-at-large can make a real difference in our children’s education. A wonderful example of Box Tops in action is found at Greenforest McCalep Christian Academic Center. This private school located in Decatur, GA, has earned over $8,000 since 2010.

Four mothers, each with fulltime jobs, spearhead their Box Tops efforts. They work as a team by meeting once a month to create a strategy, then plan and organize contests. The funds earned are being used to purchase 30 computer monitors for teachers and projectors for classroom smart boards.

“It’s an honor to have the support of the City of Atlanta and our engaging panelists to unite on an important topic that ultimately affects our future,” states Box Tops Brand Manager Tommy Hillman. “We all know the primary level is when children are first introduced to school activities like band, choir, and sports, all of which can benefit from the Box Tops program. It is paramount to children’s success and we are excited to lead this discussion, which we believe will drive continued engagement among parents and schools.”

Since 1996, schools nationwide have earned more than $522 million through the Box Tops for Education program, including $47 million just since March 2012. Schools can earn up to $20,000 a year from the clip program and more through other programs offered online at the Box Tops website and other social media outlets.

The Box Tops for Education Town Hall is a call-to-action to get parents, teachers and community members involved and help children succeed in school. Like the Box Tops moms from Greenforest, one great way to participate in the program is to become a Box Tops coordinator volunteer. Coordinators promote the program, explain how it works and keep parents updated on how much their school has earned. They directly impact the program’s success in their school.

Those who are interested in Box Tops for Education will get a chance to speak with coordinators on site at the event, and can even sign up to be a coordinator at that time.

For more information about Box Tops for Education, please visit:

About Box Tops for Education
America’s schools have earned more than $522 million through the Box Tops for Education® program since the program started in 1996, including $47 million just since March 2012. More than 90,000 schools use that cash to purchase items such as computers, library books, art supplies and playground equipment. Schools can earn up to $20,000 by clipping Box Tops coupons from 240 products and can earn eBoxTops by shopping online through the Box Tops Marketplace. To learn more and for a list of participating products, visit

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About BET Networks
BET Networks, a subsidiary of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIA.B), is the nation’s leading provider of quality entertainment, music, news and public affairs television programming for the African-American audience. The primary BET channel reaches more than 90 million households and can be seen in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, the United Kingdom and sub-Saharan Africa. BET is the dominant African-American consumer brand with a diverse group of business extensions:, a leading Internet destination for Black entertainment, music, culture, and news; CENTRIC, a 24-hour entertainment network targeting the 25- to 54-year-old African-American audience; BET Digital Networks - BET Gospel and BET Hip Hop, attractive alternatives for cutting-edge entertainment tastes; BET Home Entertainment, a collection of BET-branded offerings for the home environment including DVDs and video-on-demand; BET Event Productions, a full-scale event management and production company with festivals and live events spanning the globe; BET Mobile, which provides ringtones, games and video content for wireless devices; and BET International, which operates BET in the United Kingdom and oversees the extension of BET network programming for global distribution.

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Businesses in Atlanta, Georgia

A small percentage of the businesses listed on may not necessarily be black owned and operated but have received favorable reviews from users who have visited the establishment, or from the owners themselves who warmly seek out African American patronage.


  1. Africa's Art of Braids -  Category: Black Salons -   2115 Piedmont Rd. Atlanta, GA 30324 (770) 320-0292

  2. All-In-One Beauty Supply -  Category: Black Beauty Supply -  2065 Campbellton Rd S.W., Atlanta, GA 30311 (404) 752-9183

  3. A Moi Natural Hair Styling -  Specializing in natural hair care, loc styling, interlocking, loc & latch hook extentions.
    1251 Hardee St - Atlanta, Georgia (347) 489-5429

  4. A New Look Beauty Supply -  Category: Black Beauty Supply -  6035 Bakers Ferry Rd Ste 260, Atlanta, GA 30336 (404) 494-9838

  5. A&S Beauty Supply -  Category: Black Beauty Supply -  2817 Elkmont Ridge, Atlanta, GA 30331 (678) 489-5242

  6. Atlanta's Barber -  Stylist: Bo' Diddley
    4375 Pharr Rd Suite 104 - Atlanta, Georgia (404) 551-7997

  7. Beauty Plus Salon -   2555 Bolton Road NW Suite 8 - Atlanta, Georgia 30318 (404) 351-4680

  8. Bellogique Salon & Spa -   670 10th Street, NW - Atlanta, Georgia (404) 347-4220

  9. Blendz Salon And Spa -  Stylist: Paula
    898 Oak St SW # C - Atlanta, Georgia (404) 758-0155

  10. Cascade Heights Beauty Salon/stylist: Fred -  Category: Hair Salons -   Specializing in ethnic and multi racial hair. - 3210 Benjamin E Mays Atlanta GA (404) 207-2165

  11. Castleberry Salon -  Category: Black Salons -   186 Northside Drive Atlanta GA 30313 (404) 582-0081

  12. Diana Pagans Hair Designs -   specializing in hair care, hair cuts, color, and highlights 4375 Pharr Rd Suite 104 - Atlanta, Georgia (404) 454-5260 - (visit website)

  13. Dreadlock Extensions by Keisha -   1054 St.Charles Ave. - Atlanta, Georgia (404) 428-3632 - (visit website)

  14. Easy Braids/Crowning Glory -  482 Edgewood Avenue - Atlanta, Georgia 30312 (404) 521-3388

  15. Ijaba Imaging -  Specializing in Sisterlocks(tm), Microlocks, Twists, Up-Do's and Natural Styles. Atlanta, Georgia (770) 895-3645

  16. It's a Wrap Hair Care -   678-698-8200 - Atlanta, Georgia (770) 895-3645 - (visit website)

  17. Janice International -   375 Pharr Plaza suite 121 - Atlanta, Georgia (404) 295-0744 - (visit website)

  18. Maridadi Salon Studio -   Color specialist
    2800 Spring Rd - Atlanta, Georgia (770) 255-9511

  19. Metro Salon Studio -  1963 Hosea L. Williams Drive R104 - Atlanta, Georgia (770) 255-9511 - (visit website)

  20. Most Wanted Artistry -   4920 Roswell Road Suite 216 - Atlanta, Georgia 30342 (404) 704-0292

  21. Natural Radiance -   5510 Skyview Dr. - Atlanta, Georgia 30331 (770) 309-2012

  22. Oh! My Nappy Hair -   238 Mitchell Street - Atlanta, Georgia 30303 (404) 221-8900

  23. Optimal Image Salon & Fitness Studio -   Specializing in micro illusions.
    1451 Piedmont Ave NE - Atlanta, Georgia 30309-2741 (404) 824-5980

  24. PeezyHeadz -   Specialize in natural hair care.
    1130 Euclid Avenue - Atlanta, Georgia (404) 584-7222 - (visit website)

  25. Purple Door Salon -   321 Edgewood Avenue - Atlanta, Georgia 30309-2741 (404) 824-5980 - (visit website)

  26. Red Carpet -  Category: Black Beauty Supply -  2828 Peachtree Rd. Unit #1804, Atlanta, GA 30305 (678) 799-7083

  27. Salon Moraee -   1153 W. Peachtree St. NW - Atlanta, Georgia (678) 701-4076 - (visit website)

  28. Salon Ramsey -   1054 St Charles Ave - Atlanta, Georgia (770) 369-4599

  29. Sisterlocks Services -   Atlanta, Georgia (678) 534-6965 - (visit website)

  30. Strands of Beauty -  Atlanta Upscale Braiding Salon - 290 Hilderbrand Dr. NE Suite B9 - Atlanta, Georgia (770) 882-8156

  31. Sweet Potatoe Pie -   1107 Euclid Avenue - Atlanta, Georgia 30307 (404) 523-3555

  32. TAG Concept Salons -   An upscale destination in natural hair care design and imagery. 3005 Peachtree Rd. NE, Suite E - Atlanta, Georgia 30305 (404) 816-5550 - (visit website)

  33. Take Down Removal Salon -   Braids, weaves, hair extensions & dreadlocks.
    3704 Fulton Industrial - Atlanta, Georgia (206) 350-7971

  34. Tears, Braids Unlimited -  Category: Natural Hair Salon -   879 Ralph D. Abernathy Blvd. Atlanta, GA 30310 (404) 752-5060

  35. The Nappy Parlor -  Category: Natural Hair Salon -  Atlanta, GA 30310 (404) 755-4626  - (visit website)

  36. The Spa on Paces -  Category: African American Spa -  3209 Paces Ferry Place - Atlanta, GA (404) 237-7712

  37. Too Groovy Salon & Spa -  Category: African American Spa -  65 Ponce de Leon - Atlanta, GA (404) 873-5300

  38. Urbanella -   141 W. Wieuca Rd Suite 202A - Atlanta, Georgia 30342 (404) 255-5022

  39. Zara Hair Braiding -   6600 Roswell Rd Ne - Atlanta, Georgia 30328 (404) 843-1887

  40. Zenzele -   Natural hair care & products
    Atlanta, Georgia (404) 713-5946 - (visit website)

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  1. Aaron Turpeau, Ph.D. -   Category: African American Therapists-   600 W. Peachtree St. Atlanta, GA 30308 (678) 522-6548 (404) 614-6030

  2. African Diaspora Tourism -   Category: Travel -   Exploring the culture and heritage of people of African Descent Worldwide.   - 1767 Defoor Ave. Atlanta Georgia   - (visit website)

  3. Atlanta Daily World -  Category: African American Newspaper -  145 Auburn Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA, 30335 (404) 659-1110

  4. AUC Digest -  Category: African American Newspaper -   Atlanta University Center, Post Office Box 3191, Atlanta, GA, 30302 (404) 523-6136

  5. Bokwa Education Specialist Trainer -   Category: Fitness -   In bokwa fitness we sweat the alphabet and dance the digits. Created by South African dance guru Paul Mavi,this fitness program as finally arrived in the USA. - PO Box 92762 Atlanta, GA (770) 875-2173     - (visit website)

  6. Clark Atlanta University -  Category: Historically Black College -   223 James P Brawley Atlanta, GA 30314 (404) 880-8000  - (visit website)

  7. Clays Gallery -  Category: Black Art Gallery -   572 Edgewood Ave, Suite 118 Atlanta GA 30312 (404) 524-1155

  8. Consult With ME! Educational Consulting -   Category: Educational Service -    (877) 294-8463 Atlanta, GA 30303

  9. CreativeSoul Photography -  Category: Photography -  CreativeSoul Photography is a modern lifestyle and wedding photographer servicing all metro Atlanta areas. Available for travel worldwide.   - 1348 FIeld Creek Terrace Atlanta, GA (678) 551-2108  - (visit website)

  10. Edith Fresh, Ph.D. -   Category: African American Therapists-   1400 Peachtree St., NE Atlanta, GA 30308 (404) 629-3933

  11. Gems of Africa -  Category: Black Art Gallery -   630 N. Highland Ave Atlanta GA 30306 (404) 876-8200  - (visit website)

  12. Interdenominational Theological Center -  Category: Historically Black Theological College -   700 Martin Luther King Jr Dr. Atlanta, GA 30314-4143 (404) 527-7700  - (visit website)

  13. LaNIK Gallery -  Category: Black Art Gallery -   2298 Cascade Rd. S.W. Atlanta GA 30311 (404) 758-5040 - (visit website)

  14. LaserRecyclers Inc. -   Category: Hardware-   576 Lee St. Atlanta, GA 30310 (888) 311-1437

  15. Medu Books -   Category: African American Bookstore -   2841 Greenbriar Parkway Southwest - Atlanta, GA 30331 (404) 346-3263

  16. Morehouse College -  Category: Historically Black College -   830 Westview Dr Sw Atlanta, GA 30314 (404) 681-2800  - (visit website)

  17. Morehouse School Of Medicine -  Category: Historically Black College -  720 Westview Dr Sw Atlanta, GA 30310-1495 (404) 752-1500  - (visit website)

  18. Mutana Afrikan Producers' Cooperative Warehouse -   Category: African Store -  We import clothing, arts and crafts, shea butter and black soap, fabric, and more.  1388 Abernathy Blvd, SW - Atlanta, GA 30310 (404) 753-5252

  19. Network Integrated Solution -   Category: Networking Solutions-   8350 Roswell Rd. Atlanta, GA 30350 (612) 239-6616

  20. Organo Gold -  Category: Coffee Distributor -  OrGano Gold was founded with an exclusive strategic alliance agreement with one of the largest certified Organic Ganoderma Lucidum producers in the world.   - 55 Peachtree Rd. Atlanta GA (404) 758-5040 - (visit website)

  21. Shrine of the Black Madonna Bookstore -  Category: Black Bookstore/Natural Woman/Hair Products -  946 R.D. Abernathy Blvd. SW, Atlanta, GA 30310 (404) 752-6125

  22. SkyLab, Inc -   Category: Accountants -    (404) 259-7586 Atlanta, GA

  23. Spelman College -  Category: Historically Black College -  350 Spelman Ln Sw Atlanta, GA 30314-4399 (404) 681-3643  - (visit website)

  24. Studyfasttrack Educational Grants -   Category: Educational Service -    PO Box 92256 Atlanta, GA 30314

  25. The Atlanta Inquirer -  Category: African American Newspaper -   947 Martin Luther King Jr Drive NW, Post Office Box 92367, Atlanta, GA, 30314 (404) 523-6086

  26. The Atlanta Voice -  Category: African American Newspaper -   633 Pryor Street, Post Office Box 2123, Atlanta, GA, 30312 (404) 524-6426

  27. The Reading Room Bookstore -  Category: Black Bookstore -  56 Marietta St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30303 (404) 523-3241

  28. Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority, Inc. -  Category: Educational -  Student Center, Suite 330 box 188, Atlanta, GA 30303

  29. The Tree of Life Bookstore of Harlem -  Category: Black Bookstore -  1701 M.L. King Drive SW Atlanta, GA 30314-2227 (404) 753-5700

  30. The Wedding Firm of Jeffrey Bost & Associates -   Bridal - Atlanta, GA 30033, (404) 786-5333   email:

  31. Two Friends Bookstore -  Category: Black Bookstore -  598 Cascade Rd. Atlanta, GA 30310 (404) 758-7711

  32. Underground Epics Publishing Inc -   Category: African American Publishers -   "Publishing and Printing Books For Our Future"   - (toll free) 1-(800) 757-0539. (office) (770) 621-4611 ext 22. Send manuscripts to PO Box 11464; Atlanta, GA 30310.

  33. V-103 Marketing and Promtions -   Category: Marketing-   Providing exposure to over 2 million African Americans monthy through on air broad cast, live streaming, social media and events postings on and community events.   - 1201 Peachtree Street Suite 800, Atlanta Georgia   - (visit website)

  34. ZEBRA Parking Lot Maintenance -   Category: Maintenance -   Zebra Parking Lot Maintenance provides quality parking lot stripiong and parking lot maintenance services for the metropolitian Atlanta area   - 2020 Howell Mill Road C230 Atlanta Georgia (678) 793-6453  - (visit website)

  35. 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc. -   Category: Community Service -   President: Mr. Milton H. Jones 241 Peachtree Street Atlanta, GA 30303



  1. Atlanta Fishing Georgia Florida Charter Trips, Videos -   Category: Recreation -   One Day *Deep Sea Offshore Bottom Fishing Trips*, Beginners thru Experts, Lake Fishing Trips to Georgia Coast, Lakes, Florida Coast, Panama City Beach, 8 fishing hours, Monday thru Saturday,(Fishing Equipment Included), Roundtrip coach transportation depart Atlanta and Georgia Metro Areas to fishing boat, *FREE get 10 or more paid in full you go FREE* Details call 770 502 9560, Welcome Aboard.   - 560 Ishman Ballard Road, Georgia Coast, Lakes, Florida Coast Atlanta Newnan Georgia, 30263 (770) 502 9560   - (visit website)

  2. Fishing Georgia Florida Trips Saturdays -   Category: Recreation -   Getaway One Day Deep Sea Offshore Lake Fishing charter trips 8 fishing hours, groupers amberjcks snappers seabass and other species, Includes rods reels bait mates assistance, captain locates the fish, Roundtrip coach transportation depart Atlanta Georgia metro Areas to fishing boat, Georgia Coast, Florida Coast, Panama City Beach Florida (Beginners thru Experts), Accepting Reservatiosn Online   - 560 Ishman Ballard Road Atlanta Newnan Georgia 30263 (770) 502-9560   - (visit website)

  3. Joyful Events Fishing Trips and Beach Outings -   Category: Recreation -   One day deep sea offshore lake fishing trips and picnic beach outings 8 hour fun events, Saturdays, Roundtrip coach transportation depart Atlanta and Georgia metro areas to 65 foot fishing boat and beach outings for all ages, Accepting Reservations online...   - 560 Ishman Ballard Road Atlanta Newnan Georgia 30263 (770) 502-9560   - (visit website)

  4. Project One Junior Golf Academy -  Category: Black Golf Clubs -   PO Box 42898 Atlanta, Georgia 30311

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  1. Baby Janes -  1052 Northside Dr Nw, - Atlanta, GA 30318 (404) 873-1785

  2. Big Easy Cajun -  Category: Cajun -   3225 Peachtree ST NE Atlanta, Georgia (404) 521-2925

  3. B & J's Soul Food -  Category: Soul Food -   3375 Roosevelt Hwy Atlanta, Georgia (404) 669-8702

  4. Busy Bee Cafe -  810 Martin Luther King Jr Dr Sw, - Atlanta, GA 30314 (404) 525-9212   - (visit website)

  5. Cajun & Grill Of Underground -  Category: Cajun -   50 Upper Alabama Street SW, #142 Atlanta, Georgia (404) 420-1998

  6. Cajun Supreme -  Category: Cajun -   3393 Peachtree Rd NE Atlanta, Georgia (404) 239-0088

  7. Calavino's Soul Kitchen -  1271 Glenwood Avenue Southeast, - Atlanta, GA 30316 (678) 705-4585

  8. Chazz Southern Cooking -  517 Flat Shoals Avenue Southeast, - Atlanta, GA 30316 (404) 748-1875

  9. Daddy D'z -  264 Memorial Dr Se, - Atlanta, GA 30312 (404) 222-0206 - (visit website)

  10. E J's Soul Food Restaurant -  Category: Soul Food -   4105 Fulton Industrial Blvd SW Atlanta, Georgia (404) 696-6444

  11. Fat Matt's Chicken Shack -  1821 Piedmont Ave Ne, - Atlanta, GA 30324 (404) 607-1622 - (visit website)

  12. Food For The Soul -  Category: Soul Food -   900 Dill Ave SW Atlanta, Georgia (404) 756-0034

  13. Gladys and Ron's Chicken & Waffle Best chicken and waffles ever tasted, also expect Gladys and Ron's southern hospitality.
    529 Peachtree Street NW, - Atlanta, GA 30308 (404) 874-9393

  14. Harlem Bar -  262 Edgewood Ave Ne, - Atlanta, GA 30303 (404) 588-0014

  15. K & K Soul Food -  881 Donald Lee Hollowell Pky Nw, - Atlanta, GA 30318 (404) 685-1073

  16. K & K Soul Food -  Category: Soul Food -   881 Bankhead Hwy NW Atlanta, Georgia (404) 685-1073

  17. Mae's Soul Food Incorporated -  34 Peachtree St Nw, #R3, - Atlanta, GA 30303 (404) 525-4557

  18. Mc Kinnon's Louisiane -  Category: Cajun -   Atlanta, Georgia (404) 442-6931

  19. Owen's Family Soul Food Restaurant -  Category: Soul Food -   5255 Old National Hwy Atlanta, Georgia (404) 763-9348

  20. Paschal's Restaurant Pascal's Southern Delight located at Hartsfield International Airport is serving up wholesome soul food for weary travelers.
    180 Northside Dr Sw, - Atlanta, GA 30313 (404) 525-2023 - (visit website)

  21. Rare -  554 Piedmont Ave Ne, - Atlanta, GA 30308 (404) 541-0665 - (visit website)

  22. Soul Vegetarian No Two -  Category: Soul Food -   652 N Highland Ave. NE Atlanta, Georgia (404) 875-4641

  23. Su Chicken -  Category: Soul Food -   495 Whitehall ST SW Atlanta, Georgia (404) 524-0990

  24. Sylvia's Now you can experience a taste of Harlem with a southern twist.
    241 Central Ave Sw, - Atlanta, GA 30303 (404) 529-9692 - (visit website)

  25. Thelma's Kitchen Inexpensive down home southern cooking. The owner and staff will make you feel welcomed.
    768 Marietta St NW, - Atlanta, GA 30318 (404) 688-5855

  26. The Wing Bistro New dining venue in Atlanta that specializes in Southern cuisine, wings, hand-scooped ice cream, and catering services for all events.
    Atlanta, GA (240) 381-9565 - (visit website)

  27. Two Urban Licks -  820 Ralph Mcgill Blvd Ne, - Atlanta, GA 30306 (404) 522-4622 - (visit website)

  28. Walter's Express Soul Food -  Category: Soul Food -   394 Cleveland Ave. SW, #A Atlanta, Georgia (404) 761-0001

  29. 285 West Soul Food Rstrnt Incorporated -  2636 Martin Luther King Jr Dr Sw, #10, - Atlanta, GA 30311 (404) 691-5968

  30. 5th St Ribs & Blues -  86 5th St, - Atlanta, GA 30344 (404) 249-8808 - - (visit website)

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(BPRW) Spelman College Exceeds Fundraising Goal; Prepares for Next Era of Leadership

$157.8 million—highest ever—raised for scholarships, academic initiatives and facilities

(BLACK PR WIRE) – Atlanta (July 9) — Spelman College today announced that it has exceeded its comprehensive fundraising campaign goal, generating $157.8 million. This is the largest amount raised in the history of the institution. The campaign attracted support for scholarships, academic initiatives, and campus renewal. A record-breaking 12,000, representing 71% of alumnae, made a gift to the campaign.

“When we launched the campaign, we were focused on strengthening the institution’s healthy foundation through increased scholarship support for students, strategic investment in our faculty and academic programs, and capital improvements on our campus. It is very gratifying to have met all of these objectives while exceeding our campaign goal,” says President Beverly Daniel Tatum.

Over the course of the 10-year campaign, scholarship support for Spelman students has tripled, and opportunities for faculty research and development have expanded significantly. The Gordon-Zeto Center for International Education was created with a gift of $17 million, increasing opportunities for student and faculty travel, and providing financial aid for international students. Other highlights include the creation of a signature social justice fellows program, and funding to build a state-of-the-art wellness facility. “From campus expansion and significantly increased housing capacity to dramatic growth in annual alumnae support and a campus-wide focus on wellness, Dr. Tatum has provided exemplary leadership,” says Rosalind Brewer, Chair of the Spelman College Board of Trustees.

With the campaign now at an end, President Tatum has announced her intention to retire on June 30, 2015. “As the campaign closes and I prepare to enter a new decade in my life, it presents a natural time for transition. It is a great time to pass the baton to a new leader, and I am ready to return to my writing,” explains Dr. Tatum, a well-known author, who will turn age 60 this year.

Board Chair Brewer acknowledges this bittersweet moment. “Dr. Tatum has been a true visionary. She and the entire campus community have demonstrated tremendous leadership and stewardship of the institution over the last 12 years. The entire board truly appreciates the significant strides made under this administration. Now it is time not to rest on our laurels, but to build on these accomplishments. As we look ahead, we take pride in the history of strong leadership that has distinguished Spelman College, and we intend to continue that tradition moving forward. It’s an exciting time.”


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Atlanta Jazz Festival Announces Schedule In Piedmont Park For May 23-25

“The only thing that’s better than jazz is jazz in the park!”

Atlanta, GA --- “This year’s Atlanta Jazz Festival promises to be one of our best,” says Camille Russell Love, Director of the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs. “From young innovators to legendary artists the schedule includes Christian Scott, Roy Hargrove, Ester Rada, Somi, Russell Gunn, Bill Frisell, Freddy Cole and Ahmad Jamal. As always, admission to the festival is free. Make plans now to join us in Atlanta’s historic Piedmont Park from Friday, May 23rd through Sunday, May 25th for an unforgettable weekend of jazz!”

Here’s the lineup of free performances in Piedmont Park over Memorial Day Weekend:

5pm YJBC 1st Place Winner: North Atlanta Center for the Arts Jazz Band

7pm Roberta Gambarini Quartet
9pm Roy Hargrove Quintet

12:30pm JC Young Middle School Jazz Ensemble

2:30pm Willie Ziavino and the C.O.T. Band

4:30PM Brian Hogans Quartet

1:30pm Edmar Castañeda Trio
3:30pm Somi
5:30pm Eldar Trio


1pm YJBC 2nd Place Winner: Tri-Cities High School Jazz Band

3pm Rialto Youth Jazz Orchestra
5pm Ester Rada
7pm Russell Gunn’s Krunk Jazz Orkestra
9pm Christian Scott

12:30pm Rialto Jazz for Kids
2:30pm Darren English Quintet
4:30pm Kemba Cofield Quartet

1:30pm Ali Amr
3:30pm Diego Figueiredo Trio
5:30pm Cyrille Aimée


1pm YJBC 3rd Place Winner: Milton High School Jazz Ensemble

3pm Airmen of Note
5pm Freddy Cole Quartet
7pm Bill Frisell’s Guitar in the Space Age Featuring Greg Leisz, Tony Scherr and Rudy Royston

9pm Ahmad Jamal

AJF37 @ Piedmont Park

The festival returns to beautiful Piedmont Park with three days of music over Memorial Day Weekend :

· ADMISSION. The event is FREE and open to the public.

· DATES & HOURS. Festival hours in Piedmont Park are Friday, May 23 from 4 -11 pm; Saturday, May 24 from 11 am-11 pm and Sunday, May 25 from 11 am-11 pm.

· THREE STAGES. This year there will be three stages in Piedmont Park: the Main Stage, the International Stage and the Local Stage.

· TWO KIDZONES. There will be two KidZone areas this year. The Publix Activity KidZone will offer games and interactive play for all ages. The Art KidZone will feature the WeBop Family Jazz Party, education concerts geared toward younger listeners. Swing, dance, and bop with your family to the tunes of Charlie "Bird" Parker. There will also be a Puppet Factory hosted by the Center for Puppetry Arts, face painters and much more!

· SHOPPING & FOOD VENDORS. A wide variety of food vendors will tempt your taste buds with BBQ, gyros, burgers, Caribbean foods and more! Browse among the booths for unique items including art, clothing and jewelry.

· PARK RULES. There will be NO GRILLING, NO PETS and NO STAKING OF TENTS allowed in Piedmont Park during the festival.

· LOCAL TRANSPORTATION. The easiest way to come to the festival is to take MARTA: There will be free shuttles running from Midtown and Arts Center MARTA Stations to Piedmont Park every 15 minutes throughout the festival. Also, Atlanta Bicycle Coalition will have a free bike valet for people who wish to bike to the park. The bike valet will be located between the Main Stage and Park Tavern, near the Beltline connection to the park.

Sponsorship: Sponsors for this year’s festival include Bank of America, Publix and Publix Charities, Coca-Cola, W Atlanta-Midtown, MARTA, XFINITY, Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau, Georgia Lottery, FORD and Duty Free Americas. If you’re interested in being a sponsor, contact Alex Davis ADDavis@AtlantaGa.Gov.

The 37th Annual Atlanta Jazz Festival is presented by the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs. The mission of the Atlanta Jazz Festival is to educate and entertain a diverse audience of jazz fans and to nurture the next generation of jazz musicians. The festival is partially supported by Atlanta Jazz Festival Inc, a 501©(3) cultural, non-profit. Like us on Facebook at AtlantaJazzFestival and visit the official web site at for performance schedules, news and information.


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McPherson and A Lady 2 Luv Productions

- Sponsorship Letter -

My name is Lori Dunn I am an Event Coordinator for Glorice McPherson candidate for Harris County Commissioner Precinct 2. Mrs. McPherson worked as an interior designer for over twenty years and with Arrow Networks for over thirty five years. She would like to empower Harris County Residents with information and opportunities that will embrace any and all endeavors to help our citizens and improve their quality of life, advance their economic success, and thus improve the circumstances of all residents of Harris County. McPherson is currently preparing to host Daddy Daughter Day, Mother Son Fun, and a Family Ball. Fathers of Houston TX will be invited to have brunch, bowling and manicures with their daughters. Mothers and sons will be invited to spend a day golfing with their son, and the entire family will be invited out to a black tie evening event. This is a collaborated movement for an Atlanta, Georgia Non-Profit organization that is working to make these events memorable and hosted Annually Events in Atlanta GA and Houston TX.

We will partner with various non profits and organizations that promote and support the notion of fatherhood, motherhood, community empowerment and entrepreneurship. We will be honoring dads and moms that are active in their children's lives and single parents in Houston, TX, and to empower and encourage dads to be dads. Too many children have become at risk children due to the lack of family support, financial support and mentors due to the economics single parenting. Fathers are not in their children’s life or not spending quality time with them. Single moms are forced to balance work, and family duties, single mothers must work overtime to compensate for the low salaries. Our goal is to bring awareness to this problem and encourage dads to be willing participants in their children’s lives so that our children won’t have to be lost to the streets.

We are looking for sponsorships and guest appearances to participate in our event, to help make this day filled with fun food, entertainment, and gifts that will be memorable for dads and daughters. Sponsorships funds will be used to make the day affordable for fathers, promote the day throughout Houston’s places of worship, and various organizations, Donations to http://Pen Pointe Funding will also support social networks, radio, and printed media promotions, facility rental and expenses. Several Sponsorship Packages are available and include tickets to the event, company logo or Individual patron name included in promotional material and website advertisement. Thank you in advance for you time and consideration.

For more information log on to website:

Email: or call Lori @ 713-427-2320

Best Regards,
Lori Dunn

Elect Glorice McPherson for the next County Commissioner Precinct 2

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About The Host/Sponsor
Pen Pointe Foundation promotes a better world! Pen Pointe, pointing teens and young adults into a right financial direction while teaching them how to make right life choices.

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  1. Alexander Memorial AME Church - 287 Augusta Avenue Southeast, - Atlanta, GA 30315-1401 (404) 627-4429

  2. Big Bethel AME Church - Downtown Atlanta - 220 Auburn Avenue, Northeast - Atlanta, Georgia 30303 (404-827-9707) - (visit website)

  3. Brighter Day Church of God in Christ - 2900 Springdale Road, - Atlanta, GA 30315 (404) 288-1413

  4. Flipper Temple AME Church - 580 Fair St SW - Atlanta, Georgia 30314-4804 (404-522-5020)

  5. Greater Mt Carmel AME Church - 4078 Carver Drive - Atlanta, Georgia 30360-2546 (770) 451-1091

  6. New Birth Deliverance COGIC - 1703 Sylvan Rd. S.W., - Atlanta, GA 30310 (404) 622-9824

  7. Prayer Of Faith COGIC - 861 Donald Hollowell Parkway, - Atlanta, GA 30318 (770) 882-4134

  8. St John Ame Church - 1158 Coleman Street Southwest, - Atlanta, GA 30310-3555 (404) 755-2738

  9. St. Philip - 240 Candler Road - Atlanta, Georgia 30317 (404-371-0749) - (visit website)

  10. Temple of Faith - 1550 Glenwood Ave SE, - Atlanta, GA 30316 (404) 882-4134

  11. Trinity A.M.E. Church - 604 Lynhurst Drive SW, - Atlanta, GA 30311 (404) 696-5826 - (visit website)

  12. Valley View COGIC - 2370 Locust Lane SE, - Atlanta, GA 30315 (404) 622-1462 - (visit website)

  13. Victory In Praise - 2151 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, - Atlanta, GA 30310 (404) 766-3441

  14. Wheat Street Baptist Church - 359 Auburn Avenue, - Atlanta, GA (404) 659-4328



  1. Acoustix Jazz Restaurant and Lounge -  Category: Lounge -  Every 2nd & 4th Friday night, Acoustix Lounge has got your comedy fix featuring some of the nations funniest comedians live on stage!  - 840 Marietta Street, Atlanta, GA 30318 (678) 458-6765

  2. Apache Cafe -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   64 Third St NW, Atlanta, GA   - (visit website)

  3. Atlanta's Original Uptown Comedy Corner -   800 Marietta St - Atlanta, GA 30318 (404) 881-0200 - (visit website)

  4. Club Davinci's -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   2000 Powers Ferry Rd (770) 873-0861

  5. Club Infrared -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -  50 Upper Alabama St (404) 935-9460

  6. Club Libra -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -  2549 Gresham Rd (404) 484-7265

  7. Club Life -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   1739 Cheshire Bridge Rd (404) 593-2272   - (visit website)

  8. Club Miami -   3011 Buford Hwy NE - Atlanta, GA 30329-1803 (404) 929-9991

  9. Club Sub Zero -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -  50 Upper Alabama St (404) 222-2421

  10. Compound -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   1008 Brady Ave NW, Atlanta, GA   - (visit website)

  11. Cream Bar & Bistro -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -  1919 Metropolitan Pkwy (678) 510-7375

  12. Cream Ultra Lounge -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   3249 Buford Hwy, Atlanta, GA (678) 949-9005

  13. Django Jypsi Kitchen & Soloon -  Located in Django's downstairs, It is a hot a spot for Atlanta's nightlife. - 495 Peachtree St NE - Atlanta, GA

  14. Dreamz ATL -  Dreamz ATL has 14K SQ Ft of hotness, plush loveseats,and intimiate candlelit settings. - 3593 Clarimont Road - Atlanta, GA

  15. Ellery's -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   2008 Campbellton Rd (404) 755-2040   - (visit website)

  16. ER Lounge -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   84 12 St (404) 875-7562   - (visit website)

  17. ESSO Night Club -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   1599 Memorial Drive Southeast, Atlanta, GA (404) 378-1095   - (visit website)

  18. Figure 8 -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -  3131 Campbellton Rd (404) 474-4771

  19. Frequency Nightclub @ Kenny's Alley -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   50 Upper Alabama St (404) 688-5025

  20. Fuzion Showcase Lounge @ Kenny's Alley -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -  50 Upper Alabama St (404) 659-8585

  21. Havana Club -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   3112 Piedmont Rd (404) 869-8484   - (visit website)

  22. Joyful Events Fishing Trips and Beach Outings -   Category: Recreation -   One day deep sea offshore lake fishing trips and picnic beach outings 8 hour fun events, Saturdays, Roundtrip coach transportation depart Atlanta and Georgia metro areas to 65 foot fishing boat and beach outings for all ages, Accepting Reservations online...   - 560 Ishman Ballard Road Atlanta Newnan Georgia 30263 (770) 502-9560   - (visit website)

  23. Justin's -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   2200 Peachtree Rd (404) 603-5353

  24. Kat's Cafe -   Category: American (New), Music Venues -   - 970 Piedmont Ave. Atlanta, GA 30306 (404) 347-2263   - (reviews)

  25. Laughing Skull Comedy Lounge - 878 Peachtree Street - Atlanta, GA 30309 (877) 523-3288 - (visit website)

  26. Luckie Food Lounge -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   375 Luckie St (404) 525-5825   - (visit website)

  27. Luxe Ultra Lounge -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   1100 Crescent Ave (404) 537-5000   - (visit website)

  28. Mansion Elan -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   3595 Clairmont Rd (404) 997-6900

  29. M Bar & Fuse Lounge -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   257 Peters St (404) 228-7977   - (visit website)

  30. Mingles Martini Bar -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   182 Courtland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA (404) 525-5151

  31. Opera -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   1150 Peachtree St (404) 874-0428   - (visit website)

  32. Primal Nightclub -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   Atlanta, Georgia (404) 745-9494

  33. Room Service Lounge -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   1937 Piedmont Circle Atlanta, Georgia (404) 249-7775   - (visit website)

  34. Scoreboard Sports Lounge -  Category: Sports Lounge -  Comedy night in Marietta each and every Wednesday.  - 2997 Cumberland Blvd Suite 100 Atlanta, Georgia (770) 882-9219

  35. Slice Castleberry Hill -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -  259 Peters (404) 588-1820

  36. Slice Downtown -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -  85 Poplar St (404) 917-1820

  37. Sutra Lounge -   Atlanta's finest lounge/dance club and was voted one of the Top 100 nightclubs in the United States. - 1136 Crescent Avenue North East - Atlanta, GA

  38. Taboo Bistro -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   6075 Roswell Rd (404) 255-4911 Atlanta, Georgia   - (visit website)

  39. The Daiquiri Factory -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   889 W Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA (404) 881-8188

  40. The Pearl Bistro -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   2841 Greenbriar Pkwy (404) 349-1987   - (visit website)

  41. The Punchline -  Atlanta's premier comedy club! - 280 Hilderbrand Drive - Atlanta, GA 30328 (404) 252-5233 - (visit website)

  42. TI's Club Crucial -  Category: Nightclubs - Hip Hop, R&B, Dance etc. -   2517 DL Hollowell Pkwy (Bankhead Hwy) (404) 794-2114   - (visit website)

  43. Uptown Restaurant & Lounge BlackBigs on Friday Nights, this is a sure winner. - 201 Courtland Street - Atlanta, GA

  44. Urban Street Jam -  Category: Entertainment -  80 Forsyth Street, NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

  45. Velvet Room - 3378 Chamblee Tucker Rd - Atlanta, GA



  1. Annual Heritage Arts Festival & Blues in the Alley -   (July) - Location: Underground Atlanta, 50 Alabama St. SW Atlanta, GA 30303 (404) 523-2311  - (visit website)

    A Tribute to Blues Greats presented by Atlanta Blues Society.

  2. Annual International Soul Music Summit - (August) - (visit website)

    Location: The W Hotel Atlanta (Midtown) Woodruff Arts Center.

  3. Annual Taste of Atlanta -   (October) - Location: Tech Square in Midtown, Atlanta, GA 30308

    Selection of the best offerings in food, wine, beer and cocktails.

  4. Atlanta Arts Festival -   (September) - Location: Piedmont Park, 400 Park Dr. NE Atlanta, GA 30306 (404) 875-7275

    Dedicated to bringing together outstanding artists from throughout the country.

  5. Atlanta Dogwood Festival - (April ) - Lenox Square - Buckhead Atlanta Georgia - (visit website)

    Dogwood celebration featured fun activities for the entire family.

  6. Annual International Soul Music Summit -   (August) - Location:W Hotel (Midtown) Woodruff Arts Center, Atlanta, GA

    All are invited.

  7. Atlanta Jazz Festival - (May ) - Various Locations throughout Atlanta Georgia - (visit website)

    Considered one of the world's greatest musical celebrations.

  8. Atlanta Underground Film Festival -   (September) - Location: Terrace SW Atlanta, GA 30303

    On a mission to elevate the concept of cinema from simple entertainment to a prestigious art form.

  9. BronzeLens Film Festival -   (November) - Atlanta, GA   - (visit website)

    Founded in 2009, The BronzeLens Film Festival of Atlanta, Georgia is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing national and worldwide attention to Atlanta as a center for film and film production for people of color.

  10. FunkJazz Kafé Festival -   (July) - Atlanta, GA   - (visit website)

    The FunkJazz Kafé is a multi-faceted arts and music festival. A “special interest” mixture of style and substance linking fashion, virtual and visual arts, food, wellness, dance, spoken word, new media, bazaar vending and interactive suites with music.

  11. Grant Park Summer Shade Festival -   (August ) - Location: LP Grant Park 80 Forsyth Street, NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

    Artist market, food, children's area, live entertainment.

  12. King Week - (January) - Various Locations throughout Atlanta Georgia - (visit website)

    Celebrating the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

  13. National Black Arts Festival - (July ) - (404) 730-7315 - Various Locations throughout Atlanta Georgia - (visit website)

    See more than 1,000 artists from the Caribbean, Africa, Europe and the Americas.

  14. NBAF Coretta Scott King Awards Book Fair -   (July) - Location: Atlanta-Fulton County Public Library, One Margaret Mitchell Square Atlanta, GA 30303 (770) 733-0236

    Features the books and illustrators that have received the prestigious Coretta Scott King Book Award.

  15. UnitedHealthcare and Bronner Bros. Annual “Hair Fitness” -   (August) -

    A competition for exercise-friendly hairstyles at the Bronner Bros. International Hair Show, a trade show that draws 60,000 hairstylists from across the nation.

  16. World Music and Food Festival -   (October) - Location: Grant Park, 840 Cherokee Avenue Southeast Atlanta, GA 30315  - (visit website)

    Live artists, cultural dancers and comedians.




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