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"Dirty 24" all-star basketball game

Saturday March 17, 2018 05:00 pm EDT
Cost:$10-$50
Come out to the 2nd Annual "Dirty 24" all-star basketball game featuring 48 of the country's elite boys and girls high school basketball players. Players were selected by their peers and coaches based on hard work in the classroom, athletic merit and social responsibility in the community.
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The Other 4 Things To Do Today

Sunday March 24, 2019 12:00 pm EDT
The Fairmont $45-$65
Categories: Things To Do

From Midtown to Old Fourth Ward to Decatur, we’ve scoured Atlanta for the craftiest and most creative Bloody Marys. We proudly present the Sunday Funday party of the year: The Bloody Mary Festival - Atlanta.

Tickets include the most delicious Bloody Marys, made by the fin... [click here for more]
Sunday March 24, 2019 12:00 pm EDT
Cultured South Free-$15
Attendees of the third annual Atlanta Fermentation Festival can sample, purchase, and barter fermented products from dozens of local and regional artisans, while learning about the process and benefits of fermentation through live demonstrations and educational talks. The free festival will be held ... [click here for more]
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Sunday March 24, 2019 12:30 pm EDT
Ladies and lasses come out to Diesel Filling Station for Slaydies Night where the women run show. 30 seats at six tables and controlled by a female identifying Dungeon Master running a themed game. The event runs from March 25th - March 28th among partner bars which will offer drink specials and all... [click here for more]

Sunday March 24, 2019 07:00 pm EDT
Buckethead would be a remarkable artist even without the ubiquitous fried chicken tub and mask. He’d be worth noticing for his stunning output — over 300 studio albums and counting — and his stunning versatility. For a guy who values his anonymity, he has collaborated quite a bit, working with Guns ... [click here for more]
Sunday March 24, 2019 02:00 pm EDT
An imaginative mix of three works in March will delight and surprise, revealing the playful side of dance. After it’s 2015 Atlanta Ballet premiere, Alexander Ekman’s Cacti returns to take audiences on a zany, laugh-out-loud romp. Poking (pun intended) fun at the seemingly pretentious nature of “hi... [click here for more]