Long hailed for a mastery of ham far beyond the skills of mere mortal meat cookers, the meat mavens at HoneyBaked Ham invite you to put their newly honed turkey skills to the test with today's Groupon: a whole roasted turkey breast for $12 (an up to $25 value). Get your moist turkey breast unadulterated, or let the HoneyBaked masters finish your bird with crackling sweet glaze, which may or may not be cooled by having volunteer glaze-pixies fan it with their wings. Call one of HoneyBaked's participating locations (found here and in the sidebar to the right) to reserve your order, and pick up your juicy bird.
Music Master Disc Jockeys president Andrew Byrd and his team of experienced DJs have been spinning tunes at weddings, birthdays, and corporate events since 1984. All in all, the company has soundtracked more than 4,000 weddings, allowing clients to custom-tailor their playlists to taste. Music Master Disc Jockeys also offers a variety of accompanying services, including special effects such as video screens, projections, and light shows that pulse to the beat of the music.
With the likes of Grammy Award winners Usher and Lecrae as clients, Boomtown Audio knows how to lay down the hits. Catering to the indie artist, its accomplished audio engineers do everything from setup and breakdown to making the coffee. They also keep artists in on the whole process, including mixing and mastering. Offering instant satisfaction, they even send clients home with a rough mix of the day's recording. For those who can't make it to the studio, they offer e-mixing. Musicians simply e-mail prerecorded sessions, and they mix and edit the tunes with a three- to five-day turnaround.
The House Comedy Club serves as a casual cultural hub, hosting entertainment that ranges from standup to poetry and other art forms. But comedy is the venue's specialty, and The House fills its calendar with a diverse array of humorous perspectives. Some nights are devoted to clean comedy, while others center on a special guest or theme. Open mic nights give up-and-coming comics, musicians, and dancers a chance to take the spotlight.
Imagine That! and Future Tech founder Kelly Williams has always loved science and art—up until her children were toddlers, she had spent her life building a career as an environmental engineer working for the EPA. But when she began volunteering as a leader of art and science programs at her local church and school, she unexpectedly discovered that she loved teaching children even more. Since 1995, Imagine That! and Future Tech learning centers have fostered a passion for science and technology in students aged 3 through 14. Alongside hands-on, age-appropriate instruction in the basics of physics, chemistry, and simple machines, the kids learn to work futuristic wonders such as building and programming robots to navigate obstacle courses and follow instructions. Science camps and workshops at locations all over the Atlanta metropolitan area give children a firm foundation in the sciences and prepare them for tomorrow’s world of ever-more-advanced computers and automatic doors.