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Michael W. Twitty: “I want Southern food to be the basis of a new discussion on shared Southern identity.”
Inspired in part by Roots author Alex Haley, culinary historian Michael W. Twitty takes a hard look at his own ancestry—both black and white—in his new book, The Cooking Gene.
Ever since I arrived in Atlanta nine months ago, I've been wondering: Where are the female chefs? Long have professional kitchens employed women as pastry chefs, but there are still relatively few female headliners, here and elsewhere.
Tour the city on two wheels, watch a butterfly release, see a Dancing Granny, and build a sand castle in Decatur Square
Kid-friendly musicals, Pete the Cat, YA authors, and egg hunts galore
Step into spring (and festival season) with fairy houses, dinosaurs, science fun, and cherry blossoms galore.
If you were to choose a single object or idea to represent the city of Atlanta, what would it be? Two years ago, the Atlanta History Center posed this question to visitors, school groups, and the general public, inviting the community to help curate its exhibition Atlanta in 50 Objects.
Get into the holiday spirit with caroling, light displays, the Pink Pig, and more