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The Lantern Parade is hosted by the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons and kicks off the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition on the first Saturday after Labor Day each year.

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posted in Life on the Atlanta BeltLine // 05/14/19
In 2009, Christopher Causey bought his house in Westview to be close to the Atlanta BeltLine. After meeting his wife Nicole two years later, the couple have been living on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail ever since. The house seemed to be the ideal home for the couple, but having been built in 1940, needed […] Read more
Henry and Sarah Allen moved intown nearly 20 years ago to what is now Stanton Oaks Apartments across from D. H. Stanton Park. They wanted to be closer to their daughter, so moved in from the west side of town. Over the years, the Allens heard about the Atlanta BeltLine and discovered how close they […] Read more
Every day, Ms. Nina Goody wakes up to a bustling household filled with the sounds and activities of her four grandchildren, all of whom live with her. Several years ago, she knew she needed to find a bigger home for her family. She settled on a beautiful home in the heart of the Westview community […] Read more
posted in Life on the Atlanta BeltLine // 01/12/18
Life on the Atlanta BeltLine is a video series where we tell the stories of people who have made the Atlanta BeltLine part of their every day lives. In this video, we hear from Ian, an Art on the Atlanta BeltLine artist who leveraged the homeownership repair program offered by Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. to replace […] Read more
The Atlanta BeltLine beckons to people as a place to workout, to dine, and to explore the arts. For Jamie and Kevin, the Atlanta BeltLine also beckoned as a wedding destination. The couple, who call the Eastside Trail home, infused the trail into their nuptials from their engagement through their wedding farewell. In April 2016, Kevin […] Read more
The Life on the Atlanta BeltLine video series looks at the lives of people just like you that live in one of the 45+ neighborhoods connected by the Atlanta BeltLine’s parks and trails. This time, we spoke to Dr. Alex Rodriguez, a multi-talented man who uses the Atlanta BeltLine in his daily commute. Some of you […] Read more
The Atlanta BeltLine, at its heart, is a transportation project – but it’s also a project about connecting Atlanta and our connections with each other. One of the ways the project promotes connectivity – besides providing new modes of transportation throughout the city – is how it strengthens neighborhoods through affordability.  Meet Ms. Frankie Hardman […] Read more
For 30 years, Mercy Housing has focused on impacting the lives of low income senior citizens and working families by building affordable housing across the country. Invest Atlanta and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. are proud to support Mercy Housing by contributing funding towards affordable housing for seniors at the Reynoldstown Senior Residences. In the video below, Tina […] Read more
As the hilliest of the four Atlanta BeltLine trails, the Southwest Connector Spur Trail challenges visitors with a good workout – one of the reasons why Coach Kraig takes his team there to train. Coach Kraig Jennings leads a team of the Atlanta Triathlon Kids which operates out of the Andrew and Walter Young Family YMCA. The […] Read more
posted in General, Life on the Atlanta BeltLine // 11/25/15
Welcome to the fifth installment of the “Life on the Atlanta BeltLine” video series!  This series visits people who utilize the Atlanta BeltLine and illustrates how it brings value to their lives.  In this short video, Atlanta Meteorologist David Chandley and his wife Lynn talk about how discovering the Atlanta BeltLine made their lives more […] Read more
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