Friday, September 30, 2011
A small but enthusiastic group of students gathered yesterday at the Ferst Center ampitheater for a display of commuter styles. This being Atlanta, not Amsterdam, helmets are advised. One fellow found their vibe so infectious that joined the parade not only bare headed but shoeless to boot. Best come properly dressed for tonight's Tour de Tech ride with Bud Peterson, 6pm at the Student Center.
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Victoriana returns Sunday to Oakland Cemetery, when Atlantans of the new millenium will be transported to a nineteenth century-themed afternoon lawn party offering carriage and walking tours, music, storytelling and crafts. There is even a Teddy Bear Tea for those young enough to suspend belief every day. For the rest of us, Sunday in the Park is a living connection to our city's past.
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Bike Week 2011 offers a full calendar of rides, a public forum and even a fashion show on Thursday at 11am. Event anthem All Of The Bikes features the many talents of frequent ASF contributor Heidi Vreeland. After Friday's Tour de Tech, ride over to Candler Park for cLiPs Of Faith, the traveling film festival produced by New Belgium Brewing. An example of their iconic cruiser will be raffled to raise money for the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, whose Heels On Wheels ride Saturday opens the month of October with a flourish.
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Recently returned to Atlanta from four years of animation studies at Arts University College Bournemouth, Aurorah Yarberry opened an exhibition of paintings on September 9. Come by Aurora Coffee in Virginia-Highland for a delightful look into an imagination both dark and whimsical.
Another nice surprise this morning! As they did for summer holidays, the editors of La Lettre De La Photographie are now filling weekends with readers' submissions, mine among them. Click on the image for more memorable moments.