The Atlanta Nap Ministry preaches the liberating power of rest
Tricia Hersey, founder of the Nap Ministry: “How can we resist these toxic systems that want us to be disconnected, that want us to work 80 hours a week, that want us to feel like we’re not worthy unless we’re producing something? This isn’t just about naps.”
The survival of Sevananda, Atlanta’s only co-op grocery store
As Atlanta’s lone grocery store cooperative, and one of only a handful of vegetarian ones in the nation, Sevananda has endured nearly 45 years of change and some occasional conflict, both in Little Five Points and among the co-op’s member-owners and leadership.
Editor’s Note: Uber Forever
The way taxis work—or, more specifically, don’t work—in this town is dumbfounding. Imagine a company that promises to perform a service, then simply chooses not to. And doesn’t even bother letting the customer know.
Why Asha Gomez hates the word “fusion”
Asha Gomez discusses eating her way through Italy, her first career, and India's influence on her cooking.
The Christiane Chronicles: Where to find great Tamil cuisine in metro Atlanta
Where to find excellent Tamil cuisine in metro Atlanta, plus, can we please be done with Styrofoam, the little coffins made of waxed cardboard, and even the ecoconscious alternatives, which seem to be made of porous materials that suck the life and moisture out of the food?
The 10 Best Mexican Restaurants in Atlanta
The debate over which spots to include on our list of Atlanta's best Mexican restaurants was as hot as habaneros. See if you agree with our picks.
College Park is the newest hotspot for thriving, black-owned restaurants
Welcome to College Park’s reborn restaurant row, where a trio of black-owned businesses has converted a once-quiet strip of Main Street into an Instagram-ready destination.
Finally: Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q is opening a second location
Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q will open its second full location at The Works on the Westside in 2020.
Atlanta’s patron saint of pit bulls
Every morning, Jason Flatt wakes up compelled by that simple mission: He has to save a dog—especially ones that everyone else has given up as lost. As owner of Friends to the Forlorn, his animal rescue operation that specializes in pit bulls, he has saved more than 600 dogs since 2009.
Rooftop brunch, multiple bars, yoga, and a veggie butcher: What to expect at Whole Foods Midtown
On April 5, the Southeast's largest Whole Foods will open on 14th Street in Midtown, boasting food carts, a coffee-and-wine bar, sunrise yoga on the roof, exclusive local items, a bike tune-up area, giant Jenga, and more.