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60th Anniversary

Struggle of the ERA

From 1973, this sometimes off-base article details the legislature’s run-in with the infamous Phyllis Schlafly and the fight to pass the Equal Rights Amendment in Georgia, something the state (and country) has yet to do.
Atlanta through six decades: 2010s

60 years of covering Atlanta: The 2010s

The city booms after the bust, the South more powerfully confronts its past, Stacey Abrams plans a progressive revolution, Josef Martinez is king, and Staplehouse emerges.
Atlanta's new guard

60 Voices: 5 questions for the Atlanta’s new guard

We asked young leaders in fields from business to transportation about the future of Atlanta
The 1970s: Atlanta predictions for 2000

In 1973, we predicted what Atlanta would be like in 2000

Nearly five decades ago, Atlanta magazine devoted an entire issue to predicting what life would be like in the year 2000. These were some of our most accurate—and most absurd—guesses.
Manuel's September 1979

Good talk is the mainstay at Manuel’s

When Manuel Maloof bought Harry’s Delicatessen at 602 N. Highland in 1956, DeKalb County was dry. Manuel’s fortuitous location just across the county line brought Emory University’s thirsty knowledge-seekers and thus established the intellectual branch of a most eclectic clientele.
How Atlanta hip-hop is evolving

60 Voices: Dr. Regina N. Bradley, Christina Lee, and Brian ‘B High’ Hightower on how hip-hop is evolving

Researcher, author, and professor Dr. Regina N. Bradley, music journalist Christina Lee, and Hot 107.9 on-air personality and professor Brian ‘B High’ Hightower discuss hip-hop's evolution in Atlanta.
Dominique Wilkins Trae Young leading Atlanta Hawks

60 Voices: Dominique Wilkins and Trae Young on leading the Atlanta Hawks

Atlanta Hawks legend Dominique Wilkins and current star point guard Trae Young talk about the game, Atlanta, and the toll of the pandemic.
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.
Atlanta creatives

60 Voices: Atlanta’s rising creative class is gaining new recognition on the national scene

Atlanta’s rising creative community­—from film producers to choreographers to painters—is gaining new recognition on the national scene. Here, six of these artists discuss what's next.

This old house: Our 1993 review of Bacchanalia

Our original review of the beloved restaurant from 1993: "Bacchanalia is as serious a small restaurant as we have seen in a long while."

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