Weekend at a Glance: Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker #100

On Christmas Eve, I had the opportunity to see Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker. Although I’ve seen this show over five years ago, this particular production was like none other. There is only one word I can think of to describe the show and that is MAGICAL.

Atlanta Ballet - The Nutcracker 2014
Nutcracker 2009 – 1 – Photo by C. McCullers, Courtesy of Atlanta Ballet
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Weekend at a Glance: Cirque du Soleil – Amaluna #99

My first introduction to Cirque du Soleil was in college. I saw Alegria. I enjoyed it so much that I bought the soundtrack. If you’ve ever been to a show, you know that it’s something so fascinating, you’d just have to see it for yourself. ATLANTA, GA- OCTOBER 2: The cast of Cirque du Soleil’s […]

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Weekend at a Glance: B Fab Awards 2014 #97

I don’t think I mentioned it on here but I was nominated for Best Lifestyle Blogger by Tastemaker Magazine for the second annual (B Fab) Bloggers Fashion + Beauty Awards. What a surprise! This past Sunday was the award show and I had a blast. I really wasn’t going in expecting to win anything so I’m glad because […]

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Weekend at a Glance: Apple Picking Fun #96

Saturday, a good group of friends and I migrated to the North Georgia mountains in Ellijay, Ga for some apple picking fun. There are so many activities to do during the Fall season that I haven’t been able to cross off my bucket list so I’m glad when my friend Johane invited me on this trip.

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Weekend at a Glance: Heat Free Hair Atlanta #95

Last Sunday, I attended the Heat Free Hair brunch, hosted by the lovely Alex Elle. If you’re unfamiliar with this charming young lady, then you really need to update your social media pages. She has wooed us with her words as a writer and gained our respect for always being so transparent and positive. Alex Elle […]

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Weekend at a Glance: A Child is Born #93

Last weekend, a good friend of mine had her baby presented at church. It’s still pretty weird to see people my age doing grown up things. Everyone is getting married and having babies and all I want to ask is, “What are you doing? Don’t you have homework to do or something?” It was just […]

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Weekend at a Glance: Living Walls Atlanta #91

In the heart of many culturally aware neighborhoods in Atlanta, you will discover numerous creatively decorated public buildings. A myriad of communities in Atlanta utilize blank building space to display their art. This art is used to promote and educate the people of Atlanta of street art. We can thank the awesome folks at Living Walls for that.

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