August 2013: Small Towns


Small Towns
We sent three writers in three different directions—northwest, east, and south—from the heart of Atlanta to search for the soul of Georgia, in 22 small towns.
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Bernice King
A discussion with Martin Luther King’s youngest child about resposibility, legacy, and growing up under a shadow of tragedy.
By Rebecca Burns

To truly get over losing someone, you have to let them go. That’s the one thing a parent can’t do.
By Tony Rehagen

Editor’s Note You know more people when you live in a small town

The Sports Page Silverbacks fans are really, really into the game
Field Goal Brian Banks awaits another verdict
The Continuing Saga of . . . Ed Kramer
InnovATL Would grocery shopping with a nutritionist help people eat healthier?
Pop Culture How its partnership with BuzzFeed will influence CNN
Teresa Weaver’s Bookshelf Raymond L. Atkins’s Camp Redemption
Pure Heat A preview of Atlanta’s black gay pride festival
Town for Sale Toomsboro, Georgia, is going once, going twice . . .
Calendar What to Do This Month

Read all these stories and more on our Daily Agenda blog

Restaurant Review Kevin Gillespie’s Gunshow redefines the restaurant experience
Trends Signature snacks to take the edge off your hunger
Local Foods Figs from Rockin’ S Farms
Recipe Joe Truex’s maque choux with buttery herbed shrimp

Hot Shop
Sophisticated cycling at Houndstooth Road
Profile HGTV host Chip Wade is a rising star

Hollis Gillespie Humiliation is a dish best served cold