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Climate change is making the whole city hotter—but rising temps may put some Atlantans in more danger than others
Extreme heat is the deadliest consequence of climate change. In Atlanta, scholars, students, and citizen scientists are seeking to understand how bad it could get—and who will be most affected.
You may think you know about animal rescue organizations, but Furkids Animal Rescue and Shelters is someplace special. It’s a destination you have to experience for yourself, in your own way.
“No matter what you put there, it will always be a landmark.”
Friends fans can visit Central Perk, Monica and Rachel's kitchen, and Joey and Chandler's living room at the Friends Experience in Sandy Springs. Here's what to know before you go to the pop-up event.
While Abrams is easily this year's most surprising nominee with a Georgia connection, she is far from the only one—several Atlanta-filmed shows and actors with Atlanta ties earned nominations for this year's Primetime Emmy Awards.
How a tumultuous summer and a partner’s encouraging words inspired Renee Montgomery to become an Atlanta Dream owner
"If there’s one thing Renee does, she takes an idea and she brings it to life.” As vice president of the Dream, Montgomery is the first former WNBA player to own part of a franchise.
Starting September 21, hosts using Airbnb, Vrbo, and other short-term rental services in Atlanta must follow a new set of rules aimed at curbing problem listings.
Mike Idacavage has volunteered at the Peachtree Road Race for more than 20 years.
A short stretch of downtown’s Peachtree Street is going on a diet—the kind of diet that slims down the notoriously car-choked corridor from four lanes to just two, freeing up space to provide pedestrians some much-needed breathing room.
Part of Georgia’s inaugural group of licensed hemp growers, Sedrick Rowe hopes to inspire a new generation of young Black farmers
Rowe, who turned 30 this year, wants to empower Black people to thrive in the farming industry, recognizing in it the possibility of economic self-sufficiency and even generational wealth. And he hopes hemp will be part of that.
A boat carrying 4,200 cars capsized in St. Simons Sound in September 2019—and it’s still there.
Yet in a city famed for diversity, his business, Xmetrical, is a Black-owned anomaly.