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Three trips though Georgia wine country

Three trips to take through Georgia’s wine country

Here's how to take a wine tasting journey through the Dahlonega Plateau, the scenic wineries of Northeast Georgia, and apple-icious Ellijay.
Review Juniper Cafe

Atlanta’s Best New Restaurants of 2022

As part of our list of the 75 Best Restaurants in Atlanta, we also picked out the 11 Best New Restaurants of 2022. Here, you'll find everything from Vietnamese hot fried chicken to tender lamb birria to Edomae-style sushi to quinoa-based "brekkie bowls."
Headland Dr East Point

Headland Drive: The start of something good

Los Angeles has Crenshaw Boulevard and Queens has Linden Boulevard. In Atlanta, OutKast put the intersection of Headland and Delowe on the musical map.
Tassili's Raw Reality

How Black-owned vegan restaurants in West End prefigured Atlanta’s passion for plants

West End led the way in serving practitioners of plant-based eating in Atlanta, connected to—but also distinct from—the contemporary popularity of vegetarian and vegan restaurants here today. In one way, the devotion of customers to these businesses helped the neighborhood circulate community dollars, which paved the way for such hot spots as Slutty Vegan.
Cornbread

Everything’s better with a little sugar—especially cornbread

On a journey through the city’s cornbread kitchens
Eby Marshall Slack

Eby Marshall Slack, an original staffer at Atlanta’s iconic Paschal’s restaurant, on building community

"Two brothers brought the community closer. They taught me as a young man to respect other people. They told me to get all of the education you can, and don’t ever look back. Keep going forward, work, and be dedicated to something in life."
What's ahead for Atlanta's malls?

Ghosts of Christmas Past­: What’s ahead for Greenbriar and other Atlanta malls?

Without its largest tenants, Greenbriar now feels like a ghost of Christmas past­—reflecting a nationwide trend. Some 40 percent of U.S. department stores have shuttered since 2016, according to Green Street Advisors, which also predicts about half of the remaining mall locations will close in the next few years.

Atlanta’s Best New Restaurants 2021

The last time we published a best-restaurants issue was approximately three millennia ago, in June 2019. So we’re highlighting the best places that have opened recently, but we also wanted to spotlight some places that aren’t necessarily new but are worth honoring: places that take up a little room in our hearts, for some reason, for any reason at all.
Atlanta's New Way: 60 voices on the city's past, present, and future

60 Voices: Charles Black and Dr. Laura Emiko Soltis on the fight for civil rights

Dr. Laura Emiko Soltis is executive director and a professor of human rights at Freedom University, an underground school for undocumented students in Atlanta. Charles Black is a living legend of the Civil Rights Movement in Atlanta.

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