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Furniture brand Burrow brings its mid-century-meets-Scandinavian designs to the Westside

It all started with a sofa—a ships-straight-to-your-door, easy-to-assemble, modular sofa to be exact. When Stephen Kuhl and Kabeer Chopra, co-founders of direct-to-consumer furniture brand Burrow, realized that buying furniture had its pain points, they set out to create an easier way to shop for and build furniture. In 2017, they began distributing their first sofa that came in easily moveable boxes and could be assembled without any tools. Since then, they’ve created timeless, no-fuss pieces of furniture for nearly every room in a house from bedrooms to offices.
Oreatha’s at the Point

The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Oreatha’s at the Point, Slabtown Public House, and NoriFish

A maternal menu from Deborah VanTrece, bar snacks on the BeltLine, and omakase in Sandy Springs.
Big Lou Lake Claire Emu

Remembering Big Lou the emu, Lake Claire’s most famous resident

Atlanta has long been known as a home for transplants: Folks from all over the world come here to find their place and make a life. That was also true for Big Lou, an emu that arrived in the city in 1994. After living nearly three decades in the Lake Claire Community Land Trust, the local celebrity passed away peacefully on July 28.
In an industry beset with burnout, restaurant workers are paying more attention to their mental health.

Employee burnout in the restaurant industry has reached a tipping point. Here’s how some Atlantans are creating a better workplace.

From hostile customers to grueling hours to low wages, restaurant work has always been challenging. Those in the industry face high rates of anxiety and depression, as well as higher reported rates of substance use disorder than workers in other professions. In an industry beset with burnout, restaurant workers are paying more attention to their mental health. Their bosses are, too.
Parliament of Owls

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: August 4–7

Witness the spectacle of the Parliament of Owls parade, cheer as Atlanta United takes on Seattle, and more things to do this weekend in Atlanta, August 4-7, 2022.
Miguel Wilson

My Style: Fashion designer Miguel Wilson

Growing up in Washington, D.C., Miguel Wilson learned from his stylish father and grandfather how to appreciate a well-made suit. But the Clark Atlanta University alum focused on a corporate career until investing in a North Carolina boutique got him professionally involved in fashion.
Music Midtown canceled

What Music Midtown’s cancellation could mean for the city that “influences everything”

Tyler Lyle, the Atlanta-based half of synthwave band The Midnight, believes the city “got punked by the gun lobby,” as Music Midtown organizers on Monday called off the iconic, (usually) annual festival at Piedmont Park.

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