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November 2009

Singles


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FEATURES
Single in the City

Forty-three bars, clubs, and events that make Atlanta a great place to meet your match
PLUS our cover single, The Bachelorette's DeAnna Pappas, and notes from the field: a night out with a pickup artist; the search for a sugar daddy; and what happens when you follow the advice of dating experts
> ONLINE ONLY: "Flirt Boot Camp," a diary

Hoochie Koo!
In the swinging seventies, no place swung like Riverbend—Atlanta's most notorious singles complex. Fifteen former revelers reminisce about wild times by the Chattahoochee. Interviews by Charles Bethea

The Debtor
Darren Lumar whirled into Atlanta, married James Brown's daughter, made a lot of promises, lived in one grand home after another, and died November 6, 2008, after a cigarette-smoking hit man strolled into his garage and filled him with bullets. The killer is still loose. The police have an unusual problem with their investigation: There are too many possible suspects. By Thomas Lake
> ONLINE ONLY: Reporter's notes
 
FOOD & DINING
Restaurant review Woodfire Grill
Culinary character Our avowed coffee drinker finds her cup of tea
Rediscovery The Lobster Bar at Chops
Cookbook The Lees Bros. Simple Fresh Southern
> ONLINE ONLY: Recipes for shrimp and deviled-egg rolls and cheese potato gratin
 
LIFE & STYLE
Style insider Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant
Head to toe Denise Disharoon
Getaway Johnny Mercer's Savannah
> ONLINE ONLY: Mercer events beyond Savannah
Made in Atlanta Antiques dealer Mark Sage
Real estate A new community for outdoor lovers
Conversation Jimmy Carter and the reopening of the Carter Center
> ONLINE ONLY: full interview transcript and a photo tour of the new museum
Where are they now? Ex-wrestler Rick Steiner schools Cherokee County
 
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Five points What to do this month
Georgia music
Ticket Alternative takes on Ticketmaster
> ONLINE ONLY: Q&A with Decatur CD's Warren Hudson
Teresa Weaver Civil rights revisited

COLUMNS
Charles Bethea Tower Power and football rivalries
Thomas Lake Victims of the flood
Hollis Gillespie The consequences of the C-word
Editor's Note