Mike Idacavage has volunteered at the Peachtree Road Race for more than 20 years.

The joy of handing out water at the Peachtree Road Race

Mike Idacavage has volunteered at the Peachtree Road Race for more than 20 years.
Moshi Moshi knife sharpening

Michael Behn will make your dull kitchen knives crazy sharp

The owner of Atlanta-based Moshi Moshi Knife Sharpening talks the art and importance of sharp edges.
Sterling Davis Trap King TNR

Sterling Davis is Atlanta’s king of trap (neuter, return)

Sterling Davis talks trap-neuter-return, with style: "People ask me, What is TNR? Is it a dance? Is it a drug? I’ve got a lot of work to do."
Irv Hoffman

The joy of pedaling cross-country—even in your 80s

In 2007, at the age of 69, I decided one day I was going to ride from San Diego to St. Augustine, Florida. I thought it would be an adventure.
Scott Valdez VIDA select

Frustrated with online dating, Scott Valdez decided to leave flirting to an expert. Now, it’s his business.

The owner of Atlanta-based VIDA Select explains why single people need an online dating coach
Blaire Erskine

Blaire Erskine is not a politician’s daughter. Or the Costco guy’s wife.

Atlanta comedian Blaire Erskine discusses becoming internet famous for her deadpan spoofs of 2020 tropes
Beltline Cat Guy Atlanta

Jeremy Smith—aka BeltLine Cat Guy—explains life with a feline sitting shotgun

"People see the cat and they see me on the bike, and they get happy. It makes me feel like I have some influence in my life with other people to make them feel happy and maybe even feel a little bit of peace, rather than just negativity."
Monica Helms

Meet the Navy veteran who created the trans Pride flag

"I didn’t start to feel like a woman at a certain age—I started to feel like a girl. I was five years old, growing up in Arizona, and I prayed to God to turn me into a girl. You can’t tell me that this is a choice."
Terence Lester Love Beyond Walls

The moment Love Beyond Walls’ founder decided to become an advocate for the homeless

"In about 2004, my wife and I were about to graduate college. We were eating ramen noodles and thinking about how we didn’t have enough gas in the car to go drive somewhere we wanted to. Then, we asked ourselves, who are we to start complaining?"
Ryan Wilson The Gathering Spot

Here’s the single best way to help Black people, according to Ryan Wilson

(Hint: It’s not by tweeting “Black Lives Matter.”)

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