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The Walking Dead Awards: “Everything gets a return”

Each week, we comb through the guts of “The Walking Dead,” much like a horde of hungry walkers, to bring you the episode’s best moments, surprises, and other post-apocalyptic curiosities. This week: Broken casserole dishes, broken jugular veins, and broken-down society.

Southfork founder Andy Blechman

New service, Southfork, to deliver lunch from restaurants to local offices

If you’re like most Atlantans, you eat lunch at the same restaurants day after day. Well, Andy Blechman is hoping that you’re looking for something new. Launching in late spring or early summer, Blechman’s company, Southfork, will begin delivering food from a rotating assortment of restaurants to local offices across town. Southfork will offer three chef-crafted meals […]

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In Atlanta journalist Jim Auchmutey’s first book, the Americus High class of ’65 confronts its racist past

For nearly three decades, Jim Auchmutey carved out an enviable beat at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, writing richly detailed features about race, religion, history, and food—all of which seemed to inform an overarching narrative of what it means to be Southern. In 2006 he covered a story about a high school reunion that has now become the subject of his first book, The Class of ’65: A Student, a Divided Town, and the Long Road to Forgiveness (Perseus/PublicAffairs).


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