Last Sunday the Ladyfest organizers gave central Atlanta a good look at things to come when a cheerful crowd took to the streets in search of fun and the four venues. While the Broad Street Visitors' Center, Eyedrum and Mammal Gallery are downtown neighbors, The Big House On Ponce lies some three miles further afield in Midtown. Therefore bike trains are planned for Saturday and Sunday. Ride leaders will wear Mardi Gras beads and may be found departing from Mammal at 1:45 pm Saturday and returning from the Big House at 8 pm. Sunday there will be one ride from Big House to Mammal at 3:45 pm. Look to the Ladyfest facebook page for the complete schedule.
correction: Sunday's performance by Celli takes place in Mammal Gallery at 4:30 pm
Sunday, December 28, 2014
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Friday, December 5, 2014
Who thought having fun could be so...important? TEDxPeachtree did when giving its stage to Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons Captain Chantelle Rytter. We have her to thank for our lantern parades, among other things. Now she is taking her infectious brand of happiness down the road Sunday when the College Hill Alliance hosts its first Santa Bikes Macon for the 2014 Middle Georgia Christmas Parade.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
November's bout with the polar vortex is but a memory. Atlantans turned out in numbers on a balmy winter afternoon, giving me two portraits by Lake Clara Meer. Indeed, I had no more than turned from this encounter when another appeared. Such are the pressures of sartorial salutes. My usual, happy-go-lucky schedule has been preempted for December by our household move to Decatur. Exciting times, indeed, but they come with high stacks of boxes and miles of bubble wrap and tape. 'Tis an all consuming chore to organize and condense our belongings, yet the blogging will continue, albeit less frequently. Please know that I remain grateful for every pose and page view.
Saturday, November 1, 2014
Friday, October 31, 2014
Inspiring you to ditch your car & Bike Stylish, Colorado bloggers Jeanne Eisenhaure and Tanya Dueri know the value of collaboration in their advocacy for cycling. Their offer to share with a wider audience what we are doing in Atlanta proved irresistible and became this re-posting of Roll Model Ann Shen.