The official groundbreaking of Nobu Atlanta was star-studded, with appearances from Robert De Niro, Nobu Matsuhisa, Simon Malls executives, and city officials. But the high-profile project presented a few logistical challenges, such as what to do with the fire station housed beneath the Phipps Plaza parking deck.
This month, the Hawks begin their 50th season in Atlanta. Yes, we’re still waiting on an NBA championship, but the franchise’s record over that half-century is nothing to scoff at: 33 playoff seasons; four NBA Coaches of the Year; and a cadre of Hall of Fame legends. We celebrate with a photo essay featuring the work of Scott Cunningham, the team's official photographer of 41 years.
Taste of Atlanta returns for a 17th year, Broadway's School of Rock is coming to Fox Theatre, and get your art fix at Brookhaven Arts Festival. Shameless plug: Don't miss our own Best Burger Battle at Lenox Square on Saturday.
The news that 53,000 Georgians had been placed on a "pending" voter registration list has sparked outrage and confusion nationwide. Here's what you need to know about the situation and how you can still go to the polls and cast a ballot on Election Day even if you are on the pending list.
Do: Build a bridge that helps facilitate trade among the communities. Don't: Get into a brawl on it and then try to double-cross the people you work with. Plus: There's a new couple in town, and Michonne continues to try to convince Maggie to draft some laws.
For NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts, Atlanta rap legend Big Boi, Organized Noize's Sleepy Brown, and their backing band performed two Outkast classics—"So Fresh, So Clean" and "The Way You Move"—and "All Night" from Big Boi's latest solo album, Boomiverse.
Atlanta Pride comes to Midtown, the Center for Puppetry Arts kicks off its annual Halloween favorite The Ghastly Dreadfuls, and Oakhurst turns into an all-day jam session.
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.
After a time jump, the gang takes a trip to what is totally not Atlanta's government district and totally is Washington D.C. to gather supplies. And new showrunner Angela Kang appears to give the show a much-needed injection of new energy.