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Atlanta Ballet’s Michael C. Carlos Dance Centre

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Since opening its doors in 1929, Atlanta Ballet has stood as one the most prominent dance companies in the entire country. From original works to adding their spin on storied classics, Atlanta Ballet's performances are a definite not-miss, no matter the stage location. The Michael C. Carlos Dance Centre is Atlanta Ballet's headquarters. It houses five state-of-the-art dance studios, a student library, and a physical therapy room. Atlanta Ballet performs regularly at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre and Fox Theatre.

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Do you play acoustic bass, jazz bass, fretless bass? Well, don’t fret. Because this is your one-stop shop for all things bass-related, including amps and accessories.
Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail

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The paved and popular 2.25-mile path is part of the larger 22-mile loop of parks, trails, and transit known as the Atlanta Beltline that is changing the city for the better. The Eastside Trail provides a direct route from Midtown to Inman Park/Old Fourth Ward in minutes, a feat unheard of by car in Atlanta. You can bike, walk, jog, roller blade, or practice performance art on the trail if you like, but please, stay to the right. Thx.
Atlanta Beltline Northside Trail

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With the opening of the Northside Trail in April 2010, the neighborhoods around Collier Hills are now linked by a continuous mile-long trail. The updated trail traverses the Howard Property, “Cathedral Woods,” and Bobby Jones Golf Course, from Ardmore Park to Atlanta Memorial Park through Tanyard Creek Park.
Atlanta Beltline Westside Trail

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Enjoy the rustic charm of this former railroad corridor winding behind old warehouses, historic neighborhoods, and under bridges while you can. More than $40 million is expected to be spent turning this overgrown gem between Washington Park and Adair Park into a glimmering multi-use path.

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Atlanta Celebrates Photography is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to the cultivation of the photographic art. ACP hosts year-round activities, including a citywide photography festival in October.
Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum

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At 358 feet long, the Cyclorama claims to be the largest oil painting in the world — and the longest-running art exhibition in U.S. history. The in-the-round battle-scape depicting the 1864 Battle of Atlanta has been on display since 1893 and is housed in a Greek revival-style building next to the zoo. Guided tours every hour on the half hour. The Cyclorama is projected to close at its current location June 30, 2015, in preparation for moving.

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