Visiting Winnie-the-Pooh at the High Museum of Art

Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic

Ninety years of Winnie-the-Pooh history is just one day! The Winnie-the-Pooh exhibit at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art is a bear-, art-, and literature-lover’s dream!  Continue reading

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A Magical Day Tour of King Arthur’s England

Stonehenge

When Kevin said he wanted to see Stonehenge while we were in England, I knew I’d need to make the day trip a little more exciting than just seeing Stonehenge. I’d been to Stonehenge before, so I knew that there’s a lot of hype, a lot of people, and in the end you’re really just looking at a bunch of rocks. I set out to find us an exciting day tour that would make our day outside of London more enjoyable for the both of us, and I found that in a King Arthur tour of ancient sites from the Arthurian legend.  Continue reading

Where to See a Shakespeare Play in Atlanta

Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse

As a literature nerd, I have been introducing Kevin to the wonderful world of Shakespeare and taking him to see a new play every few months. And there’s only one place in Atlanta that can really transport you from midtown to Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, and that is the Shakespeare Tavern:  Continue reading

8 Things to See and Do In Dublin

Dublin Castle

The Republic of Ireland‘s capital city, Dublin is steeped in rich culture and history. Around every twist and turn of the city’s narrow streets is something new to discover. Even with this being my third trip to Dublin, I’ve still found new things to do while also visiting some of the classic tourist destinations: Continue reading

Song of the South: Visiting The Wren’s Nest

The Wren's Nest

I’ve known Joel Chandler Harris’s stories before I ever knew he existed. In fact, I didn’t know these stories were his before moving to Atlanta.

I’ve known Brer Rabbit, Brer Fox, and Brer Bear since before I was knee-high to a grasshopper. And if you’ve been to Disney World, then I bet you have too. Continue reading