May 2016: Kids in the ATL

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Kids in the ATL
25 reasons it’s great to be a kid in Atlanta
Edited by Jennifer Rainey Marquez and Steve Fennessy

Pilgrimage to Plains
More than 70 years after Jimmy Carter delivered his first Sunday school lesson, the former president is still at it, and the crowds have never been bigger.
By Rebecca Burns

The Protagonist
Terry Kay recalls Pat Conroy—his friend of 40 years and a man of infinite complexity.

Editor’s Note Those crazy kids

The Connector and The Agenda
Net profits  The suburbs are a draw for sports franchises, but the business can be a gamble
Sky chief  Can new Delta CEO Ed Bastian continue the airline’s success?
Sold!  Red Baron’s antique auction
Venus of Peach­tree  John Portman’s new street art
All fired up Celebrating Fire in the Fourth
In bloom  How roses get their names
He’s got it covered  Pianist Michael Cavanaugh plays the music of classic rock greats

The Goods
Editor’s pick  Khristian A. Howell’s charming prints
Getting into character  Inside the Atlanta Opera’s costume department
Room Envy  Sweet dreams in a modern nursery
Five reasons to love  Castleberry Hill

The Bite
King of Carbs  Rob Alexander is the reason your sandwich rocks
Christiane Chronicles  Health scores are overrated
Technique  Fluffy flapjacks
Fresh on the scene  First looks at TomTom and more
Review  Ticonderoga Club

First person
Baby on Board  Urban cycling with your kids

One Square Mile American Legion Post 7

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