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May 2009

Cheap Eats


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FEATURES
Eat Cheap!
From marvelously gloppy burgers and sublime roast chicken to crisp Indian crepes and a Mexican variation on pizza, we've compiled a guide to bargain bites in thirteen neighborhoods and metro-area towns, so you can save money on driving as well as on meals.
By Bill Addison
> Buford Highway's exotic delicacies
> Smart strategies for dining out with kids
> An ode to two meat-and-threes
> Eight for $8
> Declarations of love for six fast-food joints

Deep Freeze
Does a new technique for freezing eggs allow women to stop the biological clock?
By Christine Van Dusen

The Last Heavy Footfalls of Doc Hullender
How a kid from Gwinnett County became an Army medic, served on the front lines of two wars, and faced a question as old as the Earth.
By Thomas Lake
> PLUS: Reporter's notes about the story
 
FOOD & DINING
Review BLT Steak

LIFE & STYLE
Culture Scratch-n-Sniff bomb patrol at the airport

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
The Shelf Teresa Weaver on Georgia writers

COLUMNS
Charles at Large Making out at the drive-in and finding your thrill on . . . the Stone Mountain hayride?
Thomas Lake Is our crime problem getting worse?
Hollis Gillespie Sisters can drift apart only so much.
From the editor