Friday, September 30, 2016

Atlanta is throwing down this weekend!

Dope rap duo Run The Jewels is one of the numerous acts performing during the 
Project Pabst Atlanta event Saturday!
From Netherworld’s famous haunted houses, to Project Pabst Atlanta, Lincoln Station going hard with Ballast Point, a SweetWater Brunch in Inman Park with Hampton + Hudson, and the homeless getting shelter thanks to Solomon's Temple, Georgia’s capital is the place to be!

Cheers Y'all! 

I know it's been a minute since my last post but I have been in seven states in two weeks on the real—Pennsylvania, California, Connecticut, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Michigan and different cities in Georgia. Feel free to check out my Instagram to see all the adventures, attractions, fine cuisine, hotels, and 0f course, beer here (@realalesharpton).
Finally getting back to the ATL, I am welcomed by a gang of events going on in my great city during the next three days starting with tonight. As I do often, I will introduce it, give you my two cents, and then post the description straight from the source.
Without further ado, here they are! 
Missed y'all! 
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Netherworld Celebrates 20 Seasons of Screams!
Legendary Attraction Celebrates Milestone Year with Nightmarish Adventures Not to Be Missed!

I Say: This is absolutely one of my most fun events of the year to do. Me and my fam look forward to it every year! Bring your homies, teen kids…anyone! It is a blast. Follow the paths and there is a better chance you make it out alive!

They Say: Returning September 23, this season NETHERWORLD Haunted House celebrates 20 years as one of the greatest haunted houses in the country! With movie-quality special effects, unique themes and intricate sets, NETHERWORLD has captured the attention of national media and fans alike year after year. For this 20th anniversary, co-creators Ben Armstrong and Billy Messina have resurrected legendary characters and stories from past years including The Collector, The Harvestman, The Boogeyman and added a multitude of new thrills and effects sure to wow haunt fans! Chocked full of new surprises, you never know who or what will be lurking around every corner…!

WHEN:    
September 23 & 24 – 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.; September 30 – 7 p.m. to midnight
Open Nightly October 1 through 31: Sundays - Thursdays 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.; Fridays & Saturdays 7 p.m. to midnight
November 4th & 5th – 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.                          

WHERE:  
Georgia Antique & Design Center – 6624 Dawson Blvd., Norcross, GA

COST:       
$23 weekdays/$25 on Fridays & Saturdays – Monsters
$28 weekdays/$35 on Friday & Saturdays – Monsters & Vault 13 Meltdown
$55 – Speedpass: Monsters & Vault 13 Meltdown (Skip the line!)

TICKETS: 
Attendees can purchase and print tickets in advance online at fearworld.com

The Hampton + Hudson and SweetWater Brunch!
Saturday, October 1st, 2016, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

I say: C’mon, brunch and beer? Say Hell yeah! to fantastic fare by the family owned Hampton + Hudson team and the Southeast’s biggest brewing company.

They say: Beer and brunch lovers can gather at Hampton + Hudson in Inman Park this Saturday, October 1st, 2016, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a special SweetWater Brunch. Featuring the favorite, Hash Session IPA, brunch goers can spend the afternoon with the SweetWater crew learning more about the hop hash featured in the popular craft brew, playing corn hole on the expansive outdoor, open container patio, watching their favorite football teams on multiple flatscreen TVs, and enjoying the day’s special: Hallburger Brunch Special, including the B+D Burger and a Hash Session IPA for $10. To accompany the brunch, for this day only, Hampton + Hudson will also feature Executive Chef Jason Hall’s Scattered + Piled Hashbrowns, which pair will well with SweetWater Hash Brown, a special brown ale that is only available until the end of October.
Additional popular brunch items include: American Standard, served with eggs, choice of breakfast meat, chive biscuit and choice of either heirloom grits or breakfast potatoes. Another favorite is the Hangover Fries, served with white bean chile and fried egg. Brunch is available at Hampton + Hudson on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hampton + Hudson is located in Inman Park at 299 N. Highland Ave., Unit L, Atlanta, GA 30307. For more on Hampton + Hudson, visit www.hamptonandhudson.com. Stay connected on Twitter at @_HamptonHudson and on Instagram at @HamptonHudson.


It's Project Pabst Atlanta Festival!
October 1, at Noon in East Atlanta Village

On Saturday, October 1, it’s the inaugural Project Pabst Atlanta festival taking place in the heart of East Atlanta Village. Hitting four cities throughout 2016, the Atlanta festival will feature an eclectic music lineup performing live on two outdoor stages with additional in-door sets at The Earl and 529.  www.atlanta.projectpabst.com

I Say: A Pabst four-city music fest in East Atlanta Village? What? They had me at Run The Jewels. This should be nuts!

They Say: Project Pabst makes its Atlanta debut at noon, Saturday, October 1, 2016 and set times have just been announced. Project Pabst Atlanta takes place in the heart of the East Atlanta Village at the intersection of Flat Shoals & Glenwood Avenues, and will feature over 9 hours of incredible live entertainment. Performers include special hometown appearances by Run The Jewels and Mastodon, plus performances by Santigold, NOFX, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, The Internet, Real Estate, Titus Andronicus and more.
In addition to performances on the two main outdoor stages, The EARL and 529 will host additional live music, and 529 will also host the Project Pabst Comedy Stage, in conjunction with the Red Clay Comedy Festival--all included in the festival ticket price.
Project Pabst offers a unique festival experience, incorporating music, art, hands-on interactive elements, as well as food and beer at reasonable “non-festival” prices ($3 Pabst Blue Ribbons!). Festivalgoers will be entertained with the old school video games in the PBRcade, the Pabst Vandalism interactive graffiti art display, and Pabst Wax, which features on-the-spot pressing of vinyl recordings that the fans create themselves. Project Pabst Atlanta has also announced there will be a bike valet on site.
Tickets for Project Pabst Atlanta are available for $55 at the festival website: www.atlanta.projectpabst.com. Doors open for Project Pabst at noon on Saturday, October 1st.  Project Pabst is strictly 21 and over, and is co-produced by AEG Live.
The Atlanta stop is the third 2016 festival for the Project Pabst concert series, following a sold out show in Denver, CO this past May, headlined by Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Best Coast & Violent Femmes; and the sold out two-day Portland festival with headliners Tame Impala, Duran Duran, Ice Cube and Ween. The final 2016 Project Pabst festival date will take place in Philadelphia, PA on Saturday, October 8 with sets by Animal Collective, Hop Along, Mac DeMarco, Guided By Voices, Beach Slang and more. 
Here is the music schedule...

Captain Pabst Stage 
Summer Cannibals 1:05-1:35p
Real Estate 2:15-2:55p 
Santigold 3:45-4:45
NOFX 5:35-6:35p
Mastodon 7:25-8:25p
Run The Jewels 8:55-9:55p

Unicorn Stage 
Bad Spell 12:30-1:00p
Omni 1:40-2:10p
Titus Andronicus 3:00-3:40p
The Internet 4:50-5:30p
Charles Bradley 6:40-7:20p

Additional Performances at The EARL & 529 from Radioactivity; Mind Spiders; Nots; Biters; Jacuzzi Boys; Midnight Larks; Cutis Harding; Dinos Boys and more.  
All Set Times are available at:  http://atlanta.projectpabst.com/schedule
For additional information and links to purchase tickets, please visit www.atlanta.projectpabst.com. For more information about Pabst Blue Ribbon’s involvement in art and music, please visit www.PBRmusic.com and www.PBRart.com.
Facebook & Twitter: ProjectPabst
Instagram: @Project_Pabst & @PabstBlueRibbon
Snapchat: PBRsnaps

Lincoln Station Goes Hard with Ballast Point!
On Saturday, October 1st, 2 p.m., it’s a tap takeover with one of the best breweries in the world!
I Say: Snellville, Georgia’s Lincoln Station knows how to party, and this one features Ballast Point’s gangster suds and a fish fry. Say what?!!! Here is the link. Boom!


The Square Pub 6th Annual Hatch Chile Roast
I Say: Downtown Decatur’s awesome neighborhood bar does it again with the belly fillin’ chow down especially for those who can stand the heat of 4,200 pounds of chiles. Don’t worry, there will be some awesome beer to wash it down themed after, yes, peppers, in traditional and cask form including the Twain's & The Square Pub Collaboration—Chile Con Cerveza with fresh Hatch chiles!

They Say: Tomorrow we will have our 6th Annual Hatch Chile Roast here at the pub and we have a great chile beer line up to go along with 4200lbs of Chiles (that we just drove across county) that will be on sale to the public. We will also be featuring a Chile-heavy food menu and a Mariachi Band will top everything off.

Here is the 2016 beer list:
Terrapin - Hi 10 Mango Habanero DIPA
Scofflaw - Pale Ale with Coconut, Chile Peppers and Pineapple
Twain's & The Square Pub Collaboration - Chile Con Cerveza with fresh Hatch chiles
Ballast Point - Habanero Sculpin 
Wrecking Bar - Mexican Siberius Maximus

Casks
Wild Heaven - Autumn Defense(Marzen) with Habanero
Red Hare - Gangway IPA with Pineapple and Chiles



Solomon’s Temple Hosts Dedication Ceremony
Organization celebrates its 38-room facility dedicated to helping the homeless.

I Say: Help show support for the community with this 38-room opening this Sunday. It will be special providing 130 beds for the homeless. No that is awesome.

They Say: Solomon’s Temple Foundation, Inc., at Springdale Place owned by Fulton County and in partnership with Invest Atlanta, a facility committed to helping homeless women and children, will hold a dedication ceremony for its building on Sun., Oct. 2 at 5 p.m. at 2836 Springdale Road, Atlanta, Ga. 30315.
Attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments, learn about volunteer opportunities, make donations and tour the facility. Local politicians, such as Fulton County Chairman John Eaves and Atlanta mayoral candidates Peter Aman, Ceasar Mitchell and Michael Sterling, will also be in attendance.
Solomons Temple Foundation, Inc. is a transitional living shelter comprised of 130 beds, nutritional meals, family coaching and employment services. The organization was founded by local financier, Solomon Smallwood. To date, Solomon’s Temple has helped almost 400 individuals progress toward permanent housing and consistent employment. As well as, provide them with information on financial literacy, women’s empowerment and parenting skills and core services.
“The driving force behind why I do this is Matthew 25:40; Jesus states in this passage, ‘When you have done even to the least of these, you have done it unto me,’” said Smallwood. “To whom much is given much is required so I felt obligated to give back and help the community.”
Solomon’s Temple is unique in its endeavors for being one of the few homeless shelters in the city that houses male children over the age of 13. Forty percent of Atlanta’s homeless population is comprised of women with children. Solomons Temple Foundation, Inc. opened its doors on May 1, 2015 to reduce that number and to help to break the cycle of homelessness.
For more information on donations or volunteer opportunities, visit the website www.solomonstempleinc.org.

About Solomon’s Temple
Solomons Temple is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to the eradication of homelessness by empowering affected individuals to overcome lifes challenges, realize their potential, define their own destiny and become vital factors in the revitalization and sustainability of their community. Solomons Temple offers 130-bed residential facility for homeless women and their children. Located in metro Atlanta on one acre of park space which includes a playground, a basketball court, a gazebo and walking trails, it offers families in transition a peaceful setting to move toward stability. 


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