Amicalola Falls — derived from the Cherokee word for “tumbling waters” — is of the “Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia,” as identified by state librarian Ella May Thornton in the Atlanta Georgian magazine on Dec. 26, 1926.
More than 200,000 people are expected to turn out next month for the 132nd Atlanta St. Patrick’s Parade. The annual family-friendly parade, aimed at celebrating the city’s Irish culture and history, steps off at noon on Saturday, March 15, and will follow a new route this year.
It sounds cliché, but it’s hard to aptly capture in words the true essence of Sedona. At sunrise and sunset, the famous red rocks that encircle the city glow in brilliant shades of yellow, orange and red. It’s no wonder USA Today once named Sedona the most beautiful place in the country or why more than four million tourists visit here every year. Others simply say the vibe of Sedona is out of this world.
A pair of snow storms battered the city of Atlanta and North Georgia in recent weeks.
Metro Atlanta was paralyzed Wednesday after snow and ice fell on the region.
President Obama has declared an emergency in the state of Georgia, paving the way for federal resources to aid with any state and local response efforts to projected winter weather.
Let it snow. Or ice. I have beer.