Georgia ranks No. 43 in kid wellness July 1, 2013Mary Jo DiLonardoComments It’s not so great to be a child in Georgia. Our state dropped six spots in an annual
City of Atlanta and the Braves: A Doomed Affair December 21, 2013Steve FennessyComments First of all, we journalists owe Atlanta city taxpayers a groveling apology. When news broke on Veterans’
Legends, leaders on hand for civil rights center groundbreaking June 28, 2012Betsy Riley And Rebecca BurnsComments The equivalent of Atlanta royalty—members of civil rights dynasties like the Kings, the Farrises,
Public Art and Community: What can we learn from the Krog Tunnel controversy? October 27, 2014Rebecca BurnsComments On Saturday, a party was held in the Krog Tunnel, the CSX underpass
Year of Boulevard: Round Three January 5, 2014Rebecca BurnsComments Shortly after its 2012 launch, Kwanza Hall’s “Year of Boulevard” initiative—aimed at transforming a long-blighted and notorious intown street—was nicknamed “Yo
Cain campaign autopsy November 22, 2011Andisheh NouraeeComments The Herman Cain presidential campaign isn’t officially dead, but Talking Points Memo has already posted a compelling video autopsy. I especially like the
Meet the Other Mayors: Mario Avery, Fairburn October 21, 2015Josh GreenComments Photograph by Lasting Memories Photography Metro Atlanta comprises 60-plus cities; each month we introduce one municipality and its mayor.
Mourning the Loss of Theatre in the Square May 1, 2012INACTIVEComments In 1982 michael horne and Palmer Wells opened Theatre in the Square in the former banquet hall of the
Which Atlanta festival is best for you? Follow this chart March 19, 2015Tess MaloneComments Icons by Studio Multi-Folio Art This article originally appeared in our March 2015 issue.
Atlanta’s “Berlin Wall” December 1, 2011Paul CraterComments Photograph courtesy of the Atlanta History Center In December 1962, Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. ordered barricades to be built across two Atlanta streets