New Comprehensive Community Calendar Comes to Atlanta

How-to-You Atlanta, presented by WABE and Springs Publishing, now live

Two of Atlanta’s locally-focused media organizations have partnered to offer a definitive, online event calendar for the metro area.

WABE, Atlanta’s home for NPR (90.1) and sister station to PBS outlet ATL PBA, and Springs Publishing, publisher of Reporter Newspapers and Atlanta Intown, today announce the launch of How Do You Atlanta?, a community calendar offering easy access to the city’s latest events.

The online calendar is free to the public, event planners, and organizations, who can submit happenings for inclusion. How Do You Atlanta? listings feature time/date/place details, event descriptions, logos/images, ticket links, and are searchable by neighborhood and genre. is powered by SceneThink, an editorial platform used by top media outlets, including The Charleston City Paper and The Washington Post.

“Partnering with Springs Publishing to launch our How Do You Atlanta? community calendar is in keeping with WABE’s mission of informing, inspiring, reflecting, and empowering our Atlanta neighbors,” said Jennifer Dorian, president and CEO of Public Broadcasting Atlanta, parent company of WABE. “Amplifying Atlanta’s cultural events and activities is a key part of delivering on that.”

“I’m excited about having a centralized calendar for the region. With so many events coming back, it’s been a struggle to keep track of everything,” said Keith Pepper, publisher of Springs Publishing. “I believe that a collaboration like this one will benefit both event organizers and the public.”

Go to to check out the calendar or submit an event.