Chef Richard Tang, owner of Char Korean in Inman Park, is opening an Asian seafood spot called Girl Diver in Reynoldstown in early October.
Perhaps Art Beats—Atlanta’s new portal for online performances and exhibitions—is so user friendly because the idea started with an arts fan.
What do outdoor enthusiasts, film buffs, culture lovers, and those with refined taste all have in common? They consider Douglas County, Georgia their destination of choice. Less than 30...
Our investigation of thousands of pages of internal-affairs documents raises questions about reform at the beleaguered department.
Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is located in Manalapan on the barrier island of Palm Beach, Florida, conveniently near world-famous Worth Avenue. Nestled on seven acres of private...
Now an independent entity, Out on Film is one of the nation’s oldest LGBTQ+ festivals, one of the 10 largest of its kind in the U.S., and one of only three Oscar-qualifying LGBTQ+ fests.
"In about 2004, my wife and I were about to graduate college. We were eating ramen noodles and thinking about how we didn’t have enough gas in the car to go drive somewhere we wanted to. Then, we asked ourselves, who are we to start complaining?"
Next month, crews will put the final touches on a 350-foot deep reservoir holding 2.4 billion gallons of water Atlanta can tap in case of an emergency. Later on, they’ll cut the ribbon on the surrounding park, the city’s largest.
More of your questions answered about COVID-19 unemployment in Georgia: filing glitches, employer responsibility, retroactive payouts, PUA, and more
How do I get my back payments? How does partial unemployment work? What's the latest on the backlog? Georgia Department of Labor Commissioner Mark Butler weighs in.
The idea for Ett—a one-person, one-table, zero-contact “restaurant”—came to Good Food Truck proprietor Jessamine Starr during her pandemic isolation.
Atlanta-based digital marketing company Mailchimp has announced plans to leave Ponce City Market—where it’s swelled in recent years to become the landmark mixed-use project’s largest tenant by far—once their lease ends in 2022.
Frenzy over a Cubano, nostalgia-inducing doughnuts, a star baker’s new project, and the best rice I’ve ever had.
Many African American families in Georgia have roots in the Sea Islands, often expressed through food that revolves around seafood and rice and okra, which were introduced to the Americas from West Africa during the slave trade.
After a tree knocked down their freestanding garage, this Atlanta homeowner made a fine garden folly
When a tree knocked down the freestanding garage in this Brookwood Hills backyard, the homeowners created a charming pavilion—a type of outbuilding sometimes called a garden folly.