Downtown Duluth will offer some new dining options pretty soon. Parsons Alley releases some of the businesses coming to downtown Duluth. So far, plans are for a new brew pub (Good Word Brew pub), a Korean steakhouse and oyster bar (Noona) and a donut shop (Simply Done Donuts). Continue reading “New businesses coming to downtown Duluth”
The City of Duluth celebrated the groundbreaking of Kathy Fincher’s 9/11 inspired sculpture on Monday, November 7th on Duluth Town Green in front of a crowd of excited onlookers. The sculpture, Dream Keepers, is sponsored by the Duluth Fine Arts League and Fincher.
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Howl on the green as creepy crawlers, aerialist, fire dancers and more take over Duluth Town Green on October 28th. Join us for Duluth’s spooktacular event that is sure to keep the crowd buzzing.
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It’s an early fall Fridays-N-Duluth that might be cooler in temperature but HOT with activities when STEAM joins the event on Friday, October 21! The evening will be filled with the wonders of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) to be enjoyed by all ages, and also includes crowd-favorite DJ Rob, all occurring in Downtown Duluth. As with every Fridays-N-Duluth, the fun begins at 6:00 p.m. and ends at 9:00 p.m.
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On Wednesday, October 26, 2016, at the meeting facilities of Formetco at 2963 Pleasant Hill Road, Duluth, GA 30096, the City of Duluth will hold a Public Information Meeting (PIM) concerning Project ARC TIP: GW-392. This project, located in the City of Duluth, Gwinnett County, proposes improvements to the interchange at US 23/SR 13/Buford Highway and Pleasant Hill Road.
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The City of Duluth is excited to announce the release of their new app. The “Be Duluth” City app was created to provide a better experience for the user. It provides an array of information.
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Exciting changes continue in Duluth! The downtown road projects are complete, Coleman Middle School is complete and open, Dreamland BBQ is complete and open, O4W Pizza is open, The Chocolaterie is open (have you seen the beautiful mural on the side of their building?!), and just last week a new restaurant, Piatto, opened in the former Huthmaker Violin location on Main Street. So much is happening and here are some updates on other ongoing projects.
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With over 100 events a year, the City of Duluth raises the bar by finding a new way to provide a better event experience. The City has launched a new interactive event map to give residents a birds-eye view.
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Enjoy the sounds of southern rock, fused with country, jangle pop and hard rock on August 13th when Atlanta’s very own, Drivin’ N Cryin’ hits the Duluth Festival Center Stage. Widely known for their hit songs, “Fly Me Courageous” and “Straight to Hell” this homegrown band will surely rock the house.
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The time is here! One of the City’s most frequently asked questions, when will something be done with Proctor Square? has been answered! On Tuesday, July 19th at 11:30 a.m., a ceremonial demolition gathering will be held on site at Proctor Square located behind 3116 Buford Highway. The downtown revitalization is now reaching across Buford Highway as Duluth continues its transformation!
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