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Eyedrum endures: The grandmother of Atlanta’s DIY scene reboots, but the mission remains
Just when it looked like it might be gone for good, Eyedrum announced a new headquarters on Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard, set to open in spring 2021.
The best dog-friendly hiking trails in Atlanta
From easy, low-impact walks to hikes with mountain views to a dog beach, here's where you and your best furry friend can both get some exercise and fresh air.
5 things to do in Atlanta to celebrate the moon landing’s 50th anniversary
Celebrate the historic moment with a moon-themed pop-up bar, film screenings, activities for kids, and more.
In an Atlanta NICU, babies can be soothed by their mothers’ voices—whether mom is there or not
Inside Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, the sound of a mother singing the alphabet song backed by an acoustic guitar to her newborn baby plays from a CD player. Little Lullabies, a music therapy program started by music therapist Hannah Ivey, allows parents to comfort their NICU babies, even when obligations keep them away from the hospital.
An Atlanta photographer’s “Heartbooks” turns kids’ art into coffee table-worthy albums
Instead of filling up storage bins of children’s artwork or feeling guilty about discarding it, pieces can be sent to Atlanta photographer Heidi Geldhauser Harris, who photographs the artwork and compiles the images into a hardcover, linen-bound photo album that fits in perfectly with a stack of artful coffee-table books.
“Wake Up Atlanta” How Kavi Vu and Phi Nguyen use Facebook to get Asian American Atlantans engaged in politics
Wake Up Atlanta founders Kavi Vu and Phi Nguyen created the web series last year as a way to inspire Asian Americans in Atlanta to become more civically educated and engaged, with an aim of increasing Asian American voter turnout and informing the community about important issues and policies through fun videos and on-the-ground interviews.
Author Tayari Jones on moving home to Atlanta and getting a phone call from Oprah
Tayari Jones, a Spelman College graduate, is the author of four novels—her latest, An American Marriage, was handpicked for Oprah’s Book Club earlier this year. Amid months of book tour stops and after years immersed in New York’s publishing world, the prolific author is moving back to her hometown. Our Q&A with her.
Dressed to Kill: Peachtree City native Jenae Roseen perfects post-apocalypse chic for The Walking Dead
On a typical workday, Jenae Roseen helps make clothes for zombies—and the people who fight them. As the sole wardrobe ager/dyer for The Walking Dead, she’s tasked with taking dozens of modern-day wardrobes and rendering them post-apocalyptic.
Atlanta duo behind Stuff Mom Never Told You launches their own company and a new feminist podcast, Unladylike
From 2010 until 2016, Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin talked feminism, history, psychology, and more as co-hosts of Stuff Mom Never Told You, under the umbrella of Atlanta-based How Stuff Works. Now they've launched Unladylike, a podcast under their own brand, where they've been interviewing guests about everything from abortion and female friendship to body positivity and self-worth.
A fondant swan cake helped land Atlanta’s Molly Brodak on the Great American Baking Show
A three-dimensional swan, a lemon pepper-flavored portrait of Killer Mike, and six near-identical cookies decorated likes mermaids complete with iridescent golden seashell bras—these are just a handful of the creations Molly Brodak has whipped up in her kitchen this year.
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