The 13th Annual German Bierfest™ will be held on Saturday, August 20, 2016 from 2-7 p.m. at Woodruff Park in downtown Atlanta.
You can find more information at http://www.germanbierfest.com
Presented by: the German American Chamber of Commerce of the Southern U.S., Inc.
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine is a juried, public art exhibition aimed at engaging artists, bringing Atlantans into the BeltLine corridor, merging art with landscape and ensuring that the Atlanta BeltLine is enjoyed by all.
Downtown Players Club is a performance arts-based incubator in Atlanta's blossoming South Downtown. We offer resources and creative collaboration space for performers around Atlanta. DTPC offers support for a broad range of independent artists and grass-roots organizations while serving the Downtown community and beyond.
Downtown Players Club's new space will include rehearsal space, a resource library, performance hall, and programming for our members.
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Trivial Matters, simply put, is trivia that matters. There are many trivia companies that ask questions without substance, or the questions don’t engage conversation or provoke thought, or they’re simply not memorable. Trivial Matters aims to be one of the best trivia companies in Atlanta by creating a fun trivia environment within bars, restaurants, and corporations while also serving as an educational medium that expands and broadens a customer’s knowledge of the universe. While most events are general knowledge, Trivial Matters can also have themed nights and specialty events, where the topic throughout is the client itself!
Trivial Matters is the brainchild of Pat Young and Josh Campbell. The company was started in late 2014 and will become official in January 2015. Pat is the CFO and Operations Manager, while Josh is the Chief Audio Engineer.
Trivial Matters seeks to be in many bars and restaurants within the greater Atlanta area, but would love to go nationwide, sharing its love of knowledge and learning throughout the country.
Welcome to Johnny Rockets, the home of all-American food and fun. Opened on June 6, 1986, our restaurant was created with a simple goal in mind: to serve American classics in an exciting atmosphere that invites great times and delivers equally great food. A place where friends and families can relax and escape their everyday routines while enjoying the spirit of yesterday. And a place where dancing servers and twirled straws are welcomed and celebrated.
With over 300 restaurants found everywhere from local neighborhoods to international waters, Johnny Rockets serves 17 million hamburgers, over 8 million shakes and 8 million pounds of American Fries each year. With each bite and every sip, all Johnny Rockets restaurants deliver the same promise—that you’ll get the freshest food possible in one of the most casual and memorable settings imaginable.
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The Georgia State University Sports Arena is an indoor arena located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It is the home of the basketball teams of Georgia State University and hosted the badminton competition of the 1996 Summer Olympics. Georgia State's women's volleyball team uses the facility as well.DescriptionThe Georgia State Sports Arena consists of four stories. The gymnasium floor is on the third level and is the home court for men's and women's basketball and women's volleyball. Basketball seating is available on the third and fourth floors. Locker rooms are located on the third floor under the fourth floor seating. The Georgia State University athletics department is located on the first floor of the building. Also in the building is a Student-Athlete Learning Lab. The main court (named the Charles "Lefty" Driesell Court for the former Panthers men's basketball coach) has a four-sided scoreboard hanging from the ceiling as well as a "Jumbotron" style video signage board on the south end wall.HistoryConstruction of the arena began in 1972 as class space for physical education classes and as a recreation center for students. Men's basketball began using it as its home court in 1973.On December 12, 2003, the main court was named the Charles "Lefty" Driesell Court after the former men's basketball coach. A ceremony was held during the halftime of an 88-57 victory over the University of South Alabama.
Die Georgia State University Sports Arena ist eine Sporthalle auf dem Campus der Georgia State University in der US-amerikanischen Stadt Atlanta im Bundesstaat Georgia. Die Halle steht der Sportabteilung der GSU, den Georgia State Panthers, zur Verfügung. Die Hauptnutzer sind die NCAA-Basketballmannschaften der Männer und Frauen. Auch die NCAA-Volleyballmannschaft der Frauen nutzt die Sportstätte. Die Halle bietet bei Basketballspielen Platz für 3.854 Zuschauer.GeschichteDer Bau der GSU Sports Arena begann 1972 und im Jahr darauf wurde die Arena fertiggestellt. 1996 wurde die Sportstätte für die Austragung der olympischen Badmintonwettbewerbe genutzt. Die Arena unterteilt sich in vier Ebenen. In der ersten befindet sich die Leichtathletikabteilung der Universität, in der zweiten Umkleideräume, in der dritten die Haupthalle. Über die dritte und vierte Ebene verteilen sich die Zuschauerränge. Vor der Saison 2003/04 wurde ein neues Spielfeld verlegt. Am 12. Dezember 2003 erhielt das Spielfeld den Namen Charles “Lefty” Driesell Court, zu Ehren des ehemaligen Trainers “Lefty” Driesell (1997–2003). 2006 wurde an eine Hallenwand eine Anzeigetafel mit Bildschirm installiert. Im Sommer 2015 erhielt die Halle einen Videowürfel unter dem Hallendach, die die alte Anzeigetafel ersetzte..
The Fulton County Courthouse, built between 1911 and 1914, is an historic courthouse building located at 136 Pryor Street SW in Atlanta, seat of Fulton County, Georgia. It was designed by noted Atlanta-based architect A. Ten Eyck Brown (1878–1940), along with the Atlanta firm of Morgan & Dillon. It is officially the Lewis R. Slaton Courthouse.On September 18, 1980, the original building was added to the National Register of Historic Places. An annex across the street is connected via skywalk. Both are located in South Downtown.In March 2005, Brian Nichols overpowered and escaped from a sheriff's deputy at the courthouse, causing her brain damage, and then killed the judge in his rape trial, a court reporter, and another deputy, and later a man at another location, before kidnapping and holding a woman hostage. He was found guilty of all 54 counts against him at his trial, which was moved to Atlanta Municipal Court to avoid the crime scene where most of the killing spree occurred.