Atlanta Streets Alive is not your typical festival. Yes, there will be music and the streets will be car-free on October 7 from 2 to 6 p.m., but there will be no freestanding vendors selling products and no race to run. Instead, you can expect to be in a Halloween parade, play street hockey, do some zumba – and predominately, ride your bicycle through five miles of Atlanta sans cars.
Food in the South is a culture. It promotes community, pride and heritage, and provides a sense of time and place – even a way of life. Southern food’s distinctive characteristics set it apart from cuisine hailing from the rest of our nation — what other region in this country can boast as many books devoted to its dishes?
If baking idly in a beach chair isn’t your idea of an invigorating shore excursion, head east this summer to find what is arguably the best surfing action this side of the Mississippi – board, wind and kite.