The Georgia Department of Public Health saw its reputation scorched as a result of the state’s ridiculed Covid-19 dashboard. But as it turns out, the health department had little control over the troubled site.
The best of Atlanta for work and play in 2020, including best athlete, way to spend a Saturday night, people to have your back in an argument, and more.
The best of Atlanta’s arts and culture in 2020, including best new album, best neighborhood art walk, best online access, best poet, and more.
The best of Atlanta’s beauty and fitness trends in 2020, including best new men’s spa, high-energy class, virtual trainer, outdoor yoga, and more.
The best of Atlanta’s food and drink in 2020, including best new restaurant, new chef, burger, diner, new barbecue, and more.
Just when it looked like it might be gone for good, Eyedrum announced a new headquarters on Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard, set to open in spring 2021.
Atlanta comedian Blaire Erskine discusses becoming internet famous for her deadpan spoofs of 2020 tropes
The forgotten forest long known as Lake Charlotte Nature Preserve stands to become one of Atlanta’s largest public parks, an archaeological treasure trove, and a model for urban forestland preservation.
The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Chi Chi Vegan Taco Shop, Woodward & Park, and Brown Bag Seafood
Plant-based tacos in Reynoldstown, a (fun) hodgepodge menu in Grant Park, and fast-casual seafood in Midtown.
This is a year when too many beloved spots had to shut down for reasons that transcend the standard ones (and for reasons that, at this time last year, would have been unimaginable), and I fear many more will follow.
Mix and shake these drinks at home to bid adieu to 2020—and to toast the bartenders we’ve sorely missed.
We scoured local shops for totes fit for outdoor hangs, plush home goods (including a corkscrew), and a bit of bling to brighten the holidays.
The end-of-year antidote for you and yours: kits with soothing bath salts, hot teas, and cozy socks
Art teacher Anna uses her creativity—and her “wardrobe crafting”—to bring joy to her students during challenging times.