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Serving as a juror for a DeKalb murder case, I learned to appreciate the cost of justice

"Already, this tragedy felt like none of my business, like I had a front-row seat to someone else’s trauma. These were real people with real lives and real pain, all physically in the same room as us. All but the victim." An Atlanta writer describes what it's like to be a juror in a murder trial and what she learned about the legal system.
How to make housing affordable in Atlanta

How to make housing affordable in Atlanta

Here’s how inclusionary zoning works, how it doesn’t, and how the system could grow to provide more affordable homes.
Atlantucky Brewing

The new Black brews: 5 Black-owned bars and cafes you need to try

A number of lively Black-owned beverage shops have opened in town in the last couple years, running the gamut from tea to coffee to beer. Here are a few of our faves.

Where the Wild Things Are: A Trip Down Alabama’s Mobile-Tensaw River Delta

Alabama’s Mobile-Tensaw River Delta is one of the richest repositories of life on the planet. A writer tours this vibrant but vulnerable ecosystem with the human who knows it best.
Newly launched Violette offers stylish sun protection

Newly launched Violette offers stylish sun protection

Launched in June 2022, Violette is a 15-piece sun-protective collection. The name is a riff on ultraviolet light. It’s designed in Atlanta by Ansley Collins and manufactured in New York City.

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