Categories for Atlanta Expatriate Communities

Amazing Private Boarding School in Atlanta

Recently I had the pleasure of visiting Brandon Hall, the only boarding school in Atlanta which also includes a day school just a few miles from Atlanta’s north perimeter. Driving thru an established community of beautiful homes on a two lane road, I almost pasted the gated driveway winding back ...

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Atlanta Grows Not Only Film But Data Too

Did you know that Atlanta is considered the Silicon Valley of the South?  An excellent article written by Kay Hocutt in the Atlanta Business Chronicle lists some of the reasons: “Atlanta, home to 13,000 tech companies, is well positioned right in the top ten (of top data center markets). What ...

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Oh Atlanta, the times they are a-changing

The Atlanta Business Chronicle has used research data from Georgia State University to trace how the population of Atlanta and it’s surrounding area have changed over the past 47 years.  Specifically it details how the white and African-American populations have changed geographically by race/ethnicity, education, income and age.  Hispanics were ...

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Atlanta’s Welcome

Everybody loves “free”.  When you move to your new neighborhood you will receive a mailing package called The Welcomemat™.  This oversized envelope is full of gift certificates to local businesses designed specifically to introduce you to your neighborhood retailers and service providers. what a great way to explore those local businesses, take advantage of their generosity and sample ...

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Speak French? Check out Meet-Up

Friends of the Alliance francaise is one of the most active French social groups around.  They organize dinners at French restaurants, music events, and drinks.  Upcoming in February: Nikolai’s Roof 255 Courtland Street Northeast, Atlanta, GA (map)   Nikolai’s Roof is located on the 30th (top) floor of the Hilton ...

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