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Author Josh Green

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BeltLine rules of engagement

A new user's guide for avoiding angry stares and police citations

Despite our lousier-than-usual weather, the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail drew daily winter patronage of 2,500 walkers, joggers, cyclists, and skateboarders. Plus that lady on the giant exercise scooter. As spring blooms and trail use booms, consider these rules. Read more...

Dream weavers: Antique looms change lives at a Decatur nonprofit

Re:loom creates stylish accessories for boutiques, jobs for homeless and refugees

By his mid-teens, Fred Brown had fallen into a cycle of crime, jail, release, repeat. He credits his young son with finally breaking the pattern. But he praises—of all things—a wooden antique loom as the key to keeping him on track. Read more...

Atlanta's deluge of deluxe apartments

Developer Jarel Portman: "Multifamily is not generally this sexy"

Across Atlanta, large apartment projects are sprouting like residential chanterelles, which builders hope signals a postrecession paradigm shift—even a renaissance—in the city’s core neighborhoods. Read more...

Six months later, clues are scarce in the shooting death of Patrick Cotrona

APD: "We need the public's help."

Six months since Patrick Cotrona’s fatal shooting stirred fears of violent crime and helped galvanize a community, police still do not know who killed him. They say public assistance is crucial in solving Cotrona’s murder and other crimes that could be connected. Read more...

King of Pops branches out with Christmas trees

The popsicle gurus get their elf on with an eco-friendly delivery service

The brothers Carse launched the eco-conscious, Christmas tree delivery service last year as a means to bridge the November-to-March lull in popsicle sales and to keep seasonal employees working a little longer. Read more...