March 2012: Eat Cheap

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Eat Cheap
Irresistible burgers, a world tour of fried chicken, fancy hot dogs, soothing noodles, and more dishes that will leave your wallet almost as full as your stomach.
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The city’s best cheap eats · Georgia College Guide · Rogue ministers (full version) · Johnnie MacCracken’s Celtic Firehouse for Saint Patrick’s Day · Fun fashion in canary yellow · Home accessories with a British theme

No Earthly Trace
Every year several thousand adults are reported missing in Georgia. Most are found alive. Some like Justin Gaines leave no clue to where they’ve gone.
By Josh Green

Unorthodox
Three stories of rogue ministers who found their own states of grace.
By Candice Dyer and Betsy Riley

FOOD & DINING
Review Downtown dining gets a spicy jolt with Alma Cocina
Column Global noshes at Assi Plaza
Geering Local True grits
Recipe Duane Nutter’s red beans and rice with andouille sausage
> GALLERY: Step-by-step photos of the recipe
> BONUS RECIPE: Roz’s skillet cornbread

LIFE & STYLE
Style Saint Vintage’s retro designs give back
> GALLERY: See the jewelry up close
Fashion Street art inspires our spring photo shoot
Home Warm palettes freshen up a master bath
> GALLERY: Before and after photos
Garden North Georgia’s Gibbs Gardens a real-life Fantasia
Travel Greenville boasts the coolest Main Street in the South
Made in Atlanta PodPonics’ stackable greenhouses

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Best Bets Legoland opens, ballet meets Johnny Cash, Disney on Ice
Theater Stephen King and John Mellencamp’s new Southern gothic musical
Rich Eldredge Seventy-year-old bassist Billy Fox talks Jimi Hendrix

COLUMNS
Hollis Gillespie Learning to embrace a lighter load
Editor’s Note Lingering questions

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