Levin Orthodontics Uses Ground-Breaking Technology to Craft Confident Smiles

Dr. Levin

by Alexandra McCray For Dr. Zachary Levin, orthodontics is more than a career — it is the ultimate way to connect with others while enhancing their confidence and health. “I’m a people person. I love interacting with kids and adults. I love knowing who my patients are, where they’re from, what sports they play, and […]

SagerStrong Stadium Fun Run

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AUG. 22 Truist Park 8-10:30am Prices vary Break a sweat in the name of blood cancer research and see the park from the perspective of your favorite Braves players. You can choose to race virtually or select the registration option that includes a game ticket for Aug. 28. Details: sagerstrongfoundation.org

East Cobb Triathlon

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AUG. 7 Mountain View Aquatic Center 7:30am-Noon Prices vary It’s time to get physical! For this triathlon, adults can choose from three distances and tackle the course alone or form a mini team to take it on relay style. Youngsters of all ages can get in on the action too with abbreviated options just for […]

Hank Aaron Weekend presented by Delta Air Lines

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JULY 30 – AUG.1 Truist Park Times and prices vary This multi-day event will highlight and further Hank Aaron’s mission to advance diversity in baseball and achieve social justice on the field and beyond. Saturday will include the Hank Aaron Invitational showcase game, featuring elite high school players. Details: braves.com/hankaaronweekend

The Avenue East Cobb Summer Movie Series

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JULY 29, AUG. 26 4475 Roswell Rd. 6pm, movie begins at sunset Free entry Enjoy games, activities and food from nearby restaurants, then watch a PG/G film under the stars. Be sure to bring your own seating option and a table. Details: avenueeastcobb.com/events

East Cobb Book Club – PM


JULY 15, AUG. 19 2-3:30pm Free Get together virtually with fellow bookworms to discuss “The Last Trial,” a legal thriller by Scott Turow in July and Isabel Wilkerson’s international bestseller about social inequality, “Caste,” in August. The library also offers another book club that hosts virtual morning discussions. Details: cobbcounty.org

Annual 4th of July Fireworks Extravaganza


JULY 4 Roswell Area Park 5:30-10pm Free entry Pack a blanket or chairs and celebrate Independence Day with a classic firework show beginning at sunset. Arrive before dark to check out entertainment and food truck offerings. Details: roswellgov.com/discover-us/calendar

Food That Rocks is Back

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Food That Rocks returns this year. Instead of one night, they are expanding to four 3-hour sessions with a more intimate VIP experience, featuring unlimited tastings from participating restaurants, wine, beer and cocktail tastings, and live music. Guests must be at least 21 years old. Tickets will go on sale mid-July. Details: foodthatrocks.org

Grab Local Peaches at Burger’s & Berry’s!

Local peaches

In addition to tomatoes, berries and the like, visitors of Marietta’s cult-favorite pop-up market, Burger’s & Berry’s can pick up mouthwatering local peaches. Cook up some romance with your sweetie by making owner Tina’s beloved peach (or apple) dumplin’ recipe, which is published on the market’s website along with its weekly location information. Details: burgersmarket.com

Try Belen De La Cruz’s Famous Empanadas

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Dine as though you and your partner were in Argentina, and order Belen De La Cruz’s famous empanadas, all 13 versions of which have been carefully crafted to mimic the flavors the owner grew up with. Complete the meal with one of the bakery’s alfajor cookie options featuring delicious dulce de leche. Details: 1050 E. […]