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What to expect on an Atlanta Streetcar ride
The $100 million project—funded by federal grants, the city, and the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District—seems close to completion. Track is installed, the stops are in place, and the cars wait in their shed. What to expect when you finally board.
Georgia’s poet laurate recognizes young poets with new award
“Poetry is made of language under pressure—words chosen with precision and charged with meaning,” says Judson Mitcham, Georgia’s poet laureate. This spring, Mitcham and the Georgia Council for the Arts debut the Poet Laureate’s Prize, to be awarded for an original poem written by a state high school student.
SCADpads transform parking spaces into micro houses
Right now, SCAD Atlanta students and faculty are sleeping in the parking lot of the Atlanta campus’s main building. No, it’s not a dorm crisis or a protest, but an experiment in small living spaces.
We went to DragonCon and asked everyone we met the same question: "Why do you come here?" Video interviews by Rebecca Burns
Dream Home Preview 2009
Preview of the Atlanta Magazine Dream Home 2009. Videography by Caroline C. Kilgore.
Candler Park Market
Video of the Candler Park Market, featured in the June 2010 issue of Atlanta magazine. Video by Jamey Guy.
Pants on the Ground
Introducing the Foreclosure to Fabulous project.
We toured the convention and asked people: "Why do YOU come to DragonCon?"
Chocolate for a Cause
A day with a local chocolate maker. Video by Daniel O'Leary
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