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The Round-Up: November 14-18

18 Nov The Round-Up: November 14-18

What was buzzing in the media this week? Which upcoming events do you have to go to, or which menu items do you have to try? Here’s a recap of what went down and what you need to look forward to! 

BlazeSports America hosted its annual Triumph of the Human Spirit Awards, upholding coaches, athletes and more who impact the lives of people with physical disabilities. The event included FOX 5 coverage along with stories on the event from Patch on three winners: DeKalb Parks and Rec and Polina Bondarenko.

FOX 5 stopped over at Dark Horse Tavern for some Metalsome karaoke including of course the best of Metallica and Journey.

Heading out of town for the holiday? Eater Atlanta suggests heading over to Grindhouse Killer Burger outposts in the Atlanta airport.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution stopped by Comet Pub & Lanes to learn more about the chef-driven menu, bowling fun and more in this restaurant review.

Hudson Grille offering a Thanksgiving feast was featured by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Eater Atlanta.

Eater Atlanta wants you to get to know Mike Castagno, the new head brewer over at Twain’s, merging his chemistry background with home brewing expertise to create some great beers.

FOX 5 swung by the Canstruction display where area architects rectified sculptures purely of canned food items that will be donated to the Atlanta Community Food Bank, more than 80,000 pounds in all!

Get a drink at Joe’s on Juniper, named a hot spot for all things boozy by Thrillist.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution suggests heating up over some chili at Steinbeck’s for the annual Chili Cook-Off!

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