5 things to do: Pints for a Purpose - August 01 2017
What's happening in Atlanta today
Margarita in Gose tasting
Hop City Craft Beer and Wine - 1000 Marietta St. N.W., Suite 302 Atlanta, GA 30318 5 p.m.
Sample Second Self's seasonal spin on its Maverick & Gose, Margarita in Gose. Margarita in Gose is a cocktail inspired beer made with Florida orange peel and freshly squeezed lime for a "sweet-tart" taste. The evening includes tastings of Second Self's Citrus IPA, ATaLe and Maverick & Gose.
Pints for a Purpose
Whole Foods Market - 650 Ponce de Leon Ave. Atlanta, GA 30308 6 p.m.
Creative Loafing and Whole Foods Market are joining forces to throw a beer party called Pints for a Purpose and all proceeds benefit LifeLine Animal Project. LifeLine is working to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable dogs and cats in metro Atlanta shelters and is the managing organization of Fulton County Animal Services and the DeKalb County Animal Services shelter.
25th anniversary screening of Unforgiven
Landmark Midtown Art Cinema - 931 Monroe Drive N.E., Midtown Promenade Atlanta, GA 30308 $15. 7 p.m.
For 25 years, Clint Eastwood's 1992 Unforgiven has remained a classic. Landmark Midtown Art Cinema will commemorate its 25th anniversary with a one-time showing of the film.
The Food-Mood Connection: Eating for Happiness, Lightness, and Balanced Emotions
Decatur Healing Arts - 619B E. College Ave. Decatur, Georgia 30030 $15. 7 p.m.
Nutrition and diet conversations often revolve around physical appearance and skewed ideas of what is or looks healthy. Switch things up with a discussion on how what you eat affects your emotional health with certified health coach Stacy Lafley. Learn what to eat and drink to feel balanced, calm, energized and more.
Eddie's Attic - 515 N. McDonough St., Suite B Decatur, GA 30030 $10-$15. 7:30 p.m.
With cinematic orchestration, vivid lyrics and three-part vocal harmonies, it comes as no surprise that sisters Annika, Fiona and Kathryn von Grey hail from a classically trained background. However, the pop trio takes this multi-instrumental approach a step further by incorporating folk and electronic elements, through the use of mandolin, banjo and brooding synth. Von Grey has teased the follow-up to the group's haunting 2015 EP, Panophobia, with two singles. "6 AM" discusses the thin line between love and hate with remorseless pop hooks, while "Poison in the Water" offers a folk-rock hybrid through hammering violin and biblical imagery.