Category Archive for "Georgia"

Opera and Ballet in Cinema

Feb 05 2017

A European audience, dressed in theater-going finery, makes its way through the crowd and bustle — all on a 50-foot-wide screen above you.…

Callaway in Winter

Jan 22 2017

I had lunch with an egret. Or a heron. I can’t be sure which. But zipping by on the 10 miles of…

Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre

Jan 08 2017

Delicious cuisine paired with live theater: I don’t ask much more of an evening’s entertainment. Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre delivers this and more. Situated…

More Gibbs Gardens

Nov 06 2016

When you’re a garden lover living just an hour south of one of the country’s most charming pleasure gardens, it’s hard not…

Atlanta’s Pie Bar

Oct 30 2016

I really like pie. Cake, cookies and candy are sweet, sure, but they don’t seem nearly as sophisticated as layers of fruit…

BODIES Exhibit at Atlantic Station

Oct 09 2016

Looking at a real human body is not the same as the diagram in your sophomore science textbook. That’s the basic idea…

Amélie’s French Bakery

Sep 25 2016

When I visited Charlotte, I discovered a fascinating restaurant that’s nearly a cultural institution in the Queen City: Amélie’s French Bakery. They have…

The Goat Farm Arts Center

Sep 04 2016

The indie, eclectic, industrial Goat Farm is an unusual place. It’s versatile, post-modern almost, with just as many meanings. It’s a haven of…

Cirque du Soleil: TORUK

Jun 05 2016

I can’t say TORUK – The First Flight was my favorite Cirque du Soleil show. I love Cirque for its ability to…

Oakhurst Farm

May 08 2016

Oakhurst Farm is predominantly a special events venue, though its owner has said he hopes to one day open it for educational…