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Meet Atlanta’s first chief bicycle officer
As Atlanta’s first-ever “chief bicycle officer,” her job is a mix of public relations (spreading the gospel of bicycling in a city of agnostics), politics (cutting through red tape to boost ridership), and planning (expanding the city’s anemic network of bike lanes).
Norman Reedus’s apparent celebrity crush, Steven Yeun’s comedy past, and everyone’s favorite curse words
Bravo’s Inside the Actors Studio featured six key players: Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Scott Gimple, and Robert Kirkman. The group gave host James Lipton a remarkably detailed account of what goes into making the show, plus some surprising tidbits about their pasts.
Atlanta Must Reads for the Week: Atlanta’s auto addiction, a septuagenarian blues guitarist, and Kendrick Johnson’s divisive death
Plus, the house that built Cam Newton and L.A. Reid’s early days in Atlanta
The best stories each week about Atlanta, from Atlanta-based writers, and beyond.
The mayor doesn’t want working folks to be priced out of Atlanta, but how much can he really do?
“It’s in our interest right now to turn to equity. If we address this now, we'll assure that we will become one of the leading cities in the world."
Plus, how learn how the sewer scene in “Now” was created
We haven't seen much of Aaron lately, but fans of Ross Marquand’s idealist Alexandriate need not fear—he’ll return along with the rest of the cast in season six’s second half. We chatted with Marquand about the season’s dark turn, his uncanny celebrity impressions, and why he loves Atlanta.
Season six has been pretty tame, but all of that could change when the show returns February 14
Walking Dead comic creator Robert Kirkman has warned that “so many people die” when the show returns on Valentine's Day, so here's a look at how bloody each season has been so far.
From February 13 through 14, learn about some of the starry-eyed couples buried at the cemetery in this guided tour
On Valentine’s Day weekend, Oakland Cemetery shares 26 stories of love among the cemetery’s “residents,” from devoted spouses to a former volunteer and his beloved dog. Here's three of our favorites.
Families share stories of how cannabis oil has alleviated their children’s suffering—but lawmakers remained worried that stoners will take over the state
“We’re not trying to pull one over on anybody. All we want is medicine for those who truly do have a debilitating illness and allow them to have access to a safe and legal product here in Georgia.”
Georgia’s electric vehicle tax credit was working—so lawmakers killed it. Welcome to the erratic and often illogical world of state tax incentives.
If it sounds as if state leaders changed their minds about the benefits of a greener emissions policy, then you’re overthinking the erratic and often illogical world of Georgia tax breaks, where incentives are created, extended, and killed in seemingly arbitrary fashion.
The movement is producing leaders, most of whom are not preachers or politicians—or even men
Black Lives Matter isn’t a traditional civil rights organization. But the movement is producing leaders, most of whom are not preachers or politicians—or even men. Meet three of the women behind Black Lives Matter in Atlanta.