With all the haircare products out there, how do you know which ones are best for you? Thanks to Candace Mitchell and Chanel Martin, who studied at Georgia Tech, there’s an app for that.
Eleven days from the Atlanta Falcons' pre-season opener, the team hosted an open house on Tuesday for the media at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Crews are still working to ready the stadium for its debut, but the turf is in, the lines are painted, and the restaurants are firing up their grills.
Throwing deadly objects while wearing jeans and drinking beer—yeah, that doesn’t sound like a good idea, much less a good workout. But it turns out that hurling hatchets at a wood wall for a few hours on a Friday night can burn some calories while engaging your chest muscles, triceps, elbow flexors, and maybe even your abdominals.
At a time when progressive politicians and some members of the middle class are questioning whether billionaires, however philanthropic, should even exist—and when the country and globe are on the brink of the largest catastrophe in a century or more—can Blank give away enough of his wealth to satisfy his own desire for tzedakah—let alone society’s unprecedented need for it?
While the self-serve concept is familiar (think Pour Taproom on the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail), owner Jarrett Gray says the Harp is the first local spot to track guests’ consumption using RFID wristbands.
Broad appeal is what we’ve come to expect in the last decade and a half from Concentrics Restaurants, the minds behind One Midtown Kitchen, Two Urban Licks, and the Spence, among others. The group’s founder, Bob Amick, has proven that even in a fickle business, he can draw in crowds and keep them coming. But does success run in the family? It would appear so.