Bed and Breakfast Atlanta Loft, Urban Oasis

Cool Event on Krog Street: I Love This Neighborhood

September 18, 2010

Convergent Frequencies highlights urban geography this weekend By Susannah Darrow Artist Matt Haffner and his assistant prepare shipping crates for this weekend’s opening of Convergent Frequencies at the intersection of Krog and Irwin streets. i45 will once again challenge our understanding of the role of traditional galleries with their new public art installation, Convergent Frequencies, […]

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Slumber Party with “Talking with Tami”

August 1, 2010
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I met a delightful young woman who has a blog and a talk show called Talking with Tami, at a business event where I was speaking to people about my web design business, New Tricks. She told me she had a WordPress blog and we got to talking and the next thing I know she […]

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Old Fourth Ward Is Right Over The Tracks

May 26, 2010
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I just saw this review of the Old Fourth Ward in Yelp. Old Fourth Ward is the neighborhood on the other side of the tracks from The Urban Oasis. It is where Martin Luther King Historic District, the Edgewood Corridor and Auburn Avenue, where I have done a lot of building. In fact the Yelp […]

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Urban Oasis B and B gets a new Fountain in The Garden

May 9, 2010
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We are so happy to have our new fountain. Terry Bradshaw of Ground Artistry installed the patio and the fountain which he just completed today, Mother’s Day. I am thrilled. It is just perfect. It was a fun co-collaboration as Terry and I went all over the place in terms of what the design should […]

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The Rainy Saturday Inman Park Festival 2010

April 25, 2010
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Last year glorious, this year we got drenched on Saturday. Vendors all zipped up and people walking around in raincoats and umbrellas. In  the tradition of the “Show Must Go On” , it did rain or not. The parade was drenched but well and Inman Park Theatre Night fared better as the forecasted, “large hail […]

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Inman Park Neighborhood Theaters

April 22, 2010

One of the most fun theaters is just down the street from the Urban Oasis. If you want to laugh, check out Dad’s Garage. Dad’s Garage is proud to be celebrating its 16th season in Inman Park! Dad’s Garage is committed to elevating awareness of the arts through ensemble driven improvisational comedy and original theatrical […]

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Lady Banks Climbs 30 Feet into Adjacent Trees

April 19, 2010
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I have been waiting for this rose to bloom. For weeks I saw it climbing through the branches of the surrounding trees in a way that made it look like the tree had leafed out when it hadn’t. I was a bit worried when the rose started blooming profusely down near the base of the […]

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For Food’s Sake: Secret Supper for 50 at the Urban Oasis

April 15, 2010
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Esther Andrew’s secret supper club, For Food’s Sake, held its April dinner here at Urban Oasis last night. The evening was beautiful and we had a dinner for fifty seated family style outside on the back landing. This five course meal was prepared to perfection by Chefs, Stephen Herman and Matt Swickerath of  the Brookhaven […]

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Add a visit to the Jeju Spa to your Weekend at The Urban Oasis

April 3, 2010
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A few weeks ago, a couple came up to stay here from Newnan, Georgia, only 30 miles away. They wanted a relaxing getaway from their normal routines of being an educator and a minister. They were planning on going to a movie on the evening of day two but changed their minds when we told […]

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