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“The Rialto Center for the Arts is an 833-seat performing-arts venue owned and operated by Georgia State University and located in the heart of the Fairlie-Poplar district in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. An intimate, cultural centerpiece of the city, the venue is home to the Rialto Series, an annual subscription series featuring national and international jazz, world music, and dance. The Rialto also routinely presents Georgia State University School of Music performances, the annual National Black Arts Festival, and many others.”
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“So its late at night you're still hungry but most places are closed and you don't want basic fast food? Landmark is the after hours eatery with a very wide selection of things to order from Wings to pasta. It's pretty good for some late night food.”
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“The Peachtree Center MARTA station is in the heart of downtown Atlanta. Because of its depth underground and multiple exits and entrances, the station layout can be confusing for first-time visitors. When you get off the train, there are two main exits off the train platform marked as “To John Portman Blvd” and “To Ellis Street”. The John Portman exit (formerly Harris Street) is in the north end of the platform while the Ellis Street exit is at the south end. Both of these exits also have options to exit on the east or west side of street.”
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“The Central Library in Downtown Atlanta serves as the headquarters of the library system. Completed in 1980, it was the last building to be designed by Bauhaus-movement architect Marcel Breuer. The building, designed in the brutalist architectural style, is considered a "masterpiece" by architectural experts, such as Barry Bergdoll, the Chief Architectural Curator of the Museum of Modern Art, and is closely related to the Whitney Museum of Art building The building was built for a capacity of 1,000 users and 1 million volumes.”
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