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Free Style Art for kids! $10 = 2 Hr DROP IN Art Session at The Little House of Art ($20 Value)

Free Style Art for kids! $10 = 2 Hr DROP IN Art Session at The Little House of Art ($20 Value)

Drop in for family art making fun any time, Monday-Friday 10am to 6pm! Limit 1 per child. CLICK HERE to save 50% off Two Hour Free Style Art Session at The Little House of Art in Brookhaven ($20 value)

THIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL ENDS WED, SEPTEMBER 14TH AT MIDNIGHT

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Looking for a new activity to inspire your tots? We've got you covered...in paint.

$15 = $30 worth of stylish Nursingwear + Bras from Expressiva (50% off)

$15 = $30 worth of stylish Nursingwear + Bras from Expressiva (50% off)

Calling all breastfeeding Mamas: CLICK HERE FOR great savings on nursing tops, bras, dresses, comfortable sleepwear plus slings, nursing covers and more!

THIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL ENDS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11TH AT MIDNIGHT

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With all the demands that come with a new baby, a fashionable wardrobe may not be at the top of your list.

L5P: Fans rally to keep Criminal Records from closing

ATLANTA -- Thousands of Criminal Records supporters are rallying to save the Little Five Points landmark from closing this fall.

They've started a Save Criminal Records fan page on Facebook, but it will take more than kind words to keep doors open. 

When it opened two decades ago, Criminal Records was a cutting-edge music store. But as the years passed, it slowly became a throwback -- embracing old vinyl and comic books and CDs in spite of dwindling sales.

"When you're making two bucks a CD it doesn't take -- it didn't take much to push us over," said Eric Levin, who opened the store in 1991 and still owns it.

Now Levin says Criminal Records is no longer sustainable as a business. He says the store will close, perhaps in November.

Fernbank Museum Hosts Island Adventure Night at Martinis & IMAX to Celebrate New Galapagos Film

Fernbank’s Martinis & IMAX® Makes Science Sizzle during Island Adventure Night

 

Just when you mistakenly thought Charles Darwin was a 19th-century bearded scientist with his nose stuck in a journal, Fernbank’s Martinis & IMAX® reveals that naturalists like Darwin live at the mercy of their adventurous spirit. Join Fernbank, along with “ship’s captain” Big Mike Geier and his musical crew from Tongo Hiti, for this special Island Adventure night of Martinis & IMAX® on September 30, 2011, from 6:30 p.m.

Criminal Records expects to close

Criminal Records expects to close

When it opened two decades ago, Criminal Records was a cutting-edge music store. But as the years passed, it slowly became a throwback--  embracing old vinyl and comic books and CDs in spite of dwindling sales.

"When you're making two bucks a CD it doesn't take -- it didn't take much to push us over," said Eric Levin, who opened the store in 1991 and still owns it.

Now Levin says Criminal Records is no longer sustainable as a business. He says the store will close, perhaps in November.

Criminal Records may be Atlanta's foremost independent record store.  It has a high-profile location in Little Five Points.  It stages regular free in-store concerts and autographs signings by music acts visiting Atlanta.

Eco-Fabulous Explored on Beltline Tour

Eco-Fabulous Explored on Beltline Tour

The Atlanta Beltline project is a diverse 2.8 billion project to renovate neighborhoods, parks and commercial space for an area of the city that will be connected by town-car (incorporating old railroad tracks).  The project incorporates nature and neighborhood's existing materials to create a neighborhood that's "eco-fabulous", as our tour guide called it. Brian Leary, the brain behind this project was a college student who was inspired by a similar plan in Paris.

Every Friday and Saturday at 9:30AM, the Atlanta Beltline hosts a free three hour tour along this beltline that highlights the circle that the town cars will transit. Currently, this Beltline tour is reserved for the next year but I was lucky enough to find a seat, due to a cancellation.

I didn't know what to expect on these tours. When I signed up I had never imagined the tour would take three hours out of my Saturday.

$25 = 5 Visit Card for Sing-Along Drop-In Classes at Eclectic Music ($50 value)

$25 = 5 Visit Card for Sing-Along Drop-In Classes at Eclectic Music ($50 value)

Do-Re-Mi-Oh-My! Save 50% off Sing-Along Drop-In Music Classes! CLICK HERE TO PAY ONLY $25 for a 5 Visit Punch Card at Eclectic Music ($50 value). Both Virginia Highland and Ansley Park studios offer this delightful class for little ones.

THIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL ENDS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH AT MIDNIGHT

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