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Bonfire ATL

If you’re ready to heat up the end of your weekend with impassioned, spirited people, music ablaze and good company, then Bonfire ATL should be on your Sunday night radar. Bonfire ATL is for sure a part of Atlanta’s underground as the ATLiens come out in a BYOB fashion and gather around a blazing hot fire. […]

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Ponce City Market

It’s an alluring place that I find myself at more occasions than not. I come here when I’m hungry. I come here when I need to pick up a birthday present or do light shopping. And I’ve also come here for a first date where I found out that the rooftop adds a whole new level of […]

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The Final Series at Turner Field

Round your friends, hop in the jeep and let’s go to the Atlanta Braves (Tigers) game! I started my blog off in April talking about my experience at Opening day with the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field (The Ted) and now I’m here to share with you just how things ended. So the last series […]

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Martin Had a Dream — venturing through the MLK National Historic Site

Ever since I could remember, I’ve had the civil and social liberties of being African American, or as I just would call it— black. I was born to two hardworking intelligent black parents who raised me for years in Detroit, a community where I knew not much about race, inequality or not fitting in. Everyone […]

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Georgia Aquarium

Here fishy fishy 🐠🐟🐬🐡🐳🐋 Going the Georgia Aquarium was everything I wanted and more! OMGosh talk about experiencing the underworld in their natural habitat. The Georgia Aquarium is the largest aquarium in the western hemisphere and the second largest in the world. It was the largest in the world from the opening in 2005 up until 2012 but China […]

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College Football Hall of Fame

As someone who adores college football, I HAD to make it to the College Football Hall of Fame. So one day, Charles and I ventured downtown for a football fun day! So as most of you know, I graduated from Michigan State (Go Green!) and we do pretty good for ourselves in athletics. Over the […]

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Centennial Olympic Park

Centennial  Olympic Park has a lot to do with why the city of Atlanta is what it is today. When the Olympics came to Atlanta, Centennial was a key location that was created for events and visitor fun. Now the Park, somewhat in the center of Atlanta’s Downtown, is a staple to city filled with […]

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Hiking Stone Mountain

7:30 a.m. Wake up. 9:30 a.m. Meet my friend Bernice somewhere near Stone Mountain for a morning hike. 12:00 p.m. Declare for the 309423q04x time that Atlanta is too hot for me! Hiking Stone Mountain was an adventure. Bernice and I, started the day off early to hike the one mile 1,686 foot Civil War […]

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Zoo Atlanta!

For those of you who don’t know, I love the Zoo! I turn into a kid all over again, walking through the exhibits with my eyes wide open with delight. And even though I understand Zoo’s are kind of an evil place with animal containment, that’s something I can push to the back of my head […]

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The Beltline

22 miles. (In progress)

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