Gold Cup Quarterfinals are set, as Atlanta prepares to host 2 games!

Last night, July 16th, was the last night of group play and couldn’t have been more exciting. Brek Shea saved the USA from a draw with a late goal and won Group C outright while Cuba took care of Belize 4-0. As you can see from the graphic above (which can also be found on the Gold Cup website) the 2 sets of quarterfinals will be played in Atlanta and Baltimore. We are extremely excited to be covering the quarterfinal action coming to our great city and we can’t wait to bring it to you! Panama takes on Cuba at … Continue reading Gold Cup Quarterfinals are set, as Atlanta prepares to host 2 games!

USA Men’s National side to face Panama

  After a dramatic win last Friday against Jamaica, the United States Men’s National Team (USMNT) set off to Seattle to face Panama in their next World Cup Qualifier (WCQ). The late header by Brad Evans kept hope alive for the Americans as they look to qualify for the World Cup Finals in Brazil 2014. The game will air tonight on ESPN and if you’re ITP (Inside The Perimeter) a fun place to watch the game would be Fado’s Irish Pub in Buckhead. If Jozy Altidore can continue his streak with more goals I think we’ll have a good chance of … Continue reading USA Men’s National side to face Panama


  Hey everyone, This is a BIG deal for the most popular sport in the world! Get excited football fans (World football, American soccer 😛 ) the Gold Cup tournament is coming to Atlanta! The Georgia Dome will play host to a quarterfinals match up! 😀 Here are the details: The Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) announced today the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup groups and schedule, as well as awarded the 2013 Gold Cup final to the City of Chicago and Soldier Field, to be played on Sunday, July 28, 2013 at 4pm EST. … Continue reading CONCACAF Gold Cup

Festival Latino

Happy Monday to all 😀 Piedmont Park played host to yet another festival this past Sunday. That festival being Festival Peachtree Latino! An event lasting from 11am-8pm and truly turned into a non-stop party! Our favorite performers were Widy and Jerry Rivera (and let’s get one thing straight, we loved ALL the performers. We just danced the most to them lol). As a matter of fact, we had to rest at one point because of all the dancing. There was even a tent with a separate DJ away from the main stage that did nothing but play different genres of … Continue reading Festival Latino