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We hosted our 2010 Evening of Soul here, benefiting the Alzheimer's Association. Our installment of ATL Live on the Park was not to be missed!
We love coming here, staying at the Twelve Hotel, burning money fast in the shops and raising toasts at the restaurants.
A funky & amazing mix of up and coming musicians, vegetarian food and a vast collection of exotic beer.
Cover for the shows are waived w/ a $20 per person purchase on Foodie Nights. Live music from folks like Les Nubians, Judy Collins and Bobby Lyle.
Sexy urban dining overlooking Loring Park. There just isn't a bad dish there.
"Paisley Park Studios was opened in 1987 by PRINCE, the legendary musician and entertainer. Paisley Park fame has grown around the world throughout the 80’s and 90’s and continues today." - PPS
It's a one stop shop for family fun, cooking classes, crafts, jewelry, fresh meats, produce and flowers. Stop by for brunch on Sundays.
You want big? You've got it! Mall of America (affectionately nicknamed MOA) is the largest shopping center in the country, complete w/ an amusement park and rollercoaster.
Yes, it's as good as you've heard and we've got two words for you: Animal Fries.
Go here to discover some of the best independent designers you've never heard of.
If Soul Train were still on the air, we guess some dancers would look here for unique & attention-grabbing gear.
This landmark was built to resemble--you guessed it, a stack of records. Capitol is still the musical home to singers Avant, LeToya Luckett, Corinne Bailey Rae, Bobby V., Katy Perry and others.
"Two in the morning got the Fat Burger" - Ice Cube "It Was A Good Day". You've gotta get one. It's a West Coast staple.
For decades, dancers and performers came from all over to perform on the Soul Train set at Paramount Studios.
The ultimate classic Hollywood experience. Check out the gallery of Oscar winners for Best Picture dating back to 1928.
You're sure to find Soul Train veterans honored here including Ike & Tina Turner, Stevie Wonder, Al Green and Aretha Franklin among many others.
Come to where great musicians are groomed. The recital schedule is busting with talent waiting to be discovered.
Live, work, play. Shop, dine, party. Crocker Park has it all.