Saturday, March 22 – Saturday, March 29
Atlanta Science Festival

Various Locations

We’re channeling our inner Bill Nye and adventuring around Atlanta in the name of science. Care to dabble in neuroscience? Want to take a deeper look at the cosmos? Go hunting for HIGGS? Play with some robots? This fest has got it all. Check out their entire event program here. (Finally, an excuse to dust off our microscopes.)



Tuesday, March 25, 9 p.m.
Carapace Raconteurs: War

Manuel’s Tavern, 602 North Highland Ave. (Poncey Highlands)

For so long we’ve wondered what war was good for, and at long last we have our answer – reading prompts. The raconteurs of Carapace are back with their monthly reading series, and this go-round they’re polishing up their best battle stories. (And don’t think that this will be like listening to Uncle Jim ramble on and on about his glory days – these stories are being told by the pros.)

Deal nearby: Java Vino



Wednesday, March 26, 9 p.m.
Scene Missing Episode 8: Video Games!!

Highland Inn Ballroom Lounge, 644 North HIghland Ave. (Poncey Highlands)

Some would say that since spring has sprung it’s time to spend some time in the great outdoors. Not us – we’re too busy steering the steep curves of Rainbow Road in record time. Lucky for us, Scene Missing is back to host an evening of digital revelry with its latest edition, and it's all about Video Games. Let’s be honest, we haven’t been this thrilled since the Christmas of '98.

Deal nearby: Boutique Guitar Exchange



Thursday, March 27, 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Wonderroot’s Generally Local, Mostly Independent Film Maker’s Night and Atlanta Film Festival Kick-off

The Plaza Theatre, 1049 Ponce De Leon Ave. (Poncey Highlands)

The Atlanta Film Festival is back in action This year, they're kicking things off with a celebration of intrinsically Atlantan films. And with the combined powers of the fest and the hometown heroes at Wonderroot – we're anticipating good things. Expect short films, animations, music videos and experimental shorts to shine on the silver screen at the Plaza Theatre. General admission is only $6.

Deal nearby: Bridge Boutique