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The BeltLine Guy: A Q&A with Ryan Gravel

What’s now a destination was, until very recently, trash and kudzu. And it’s not hyperbole to say it would be still if Ryan Gravel hadn’t decided in 1999 to write his Georgia Tech master’s thesis on how four different rail lines encircling the city could be strung together.
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What happens now that the Atlanta BeltLine dispute is over?

“Without this resolution, the future of the BeltLine just had a cloud of uncertainty hanging over it in every respect."

November 2015: Mural Maker

For the past four years, Peter Ferrari has made his living as a full-time artist, which is no mean feat when you consider that his canvas is often the side of a building—not exactly a transportable medium.
Sherwood Road

House Envy: Spanish Colonial with glamorous past

Midtown estate within walking distance of the BeltLine starred as Marilyn Monroe's famous Hollywood residence
Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival

19 Atlanta festivals to enjoy in June

From a cigars to cycling, there's a celebration for everyone this month

Urban Cannibals owners to open three new restaurants this summer

Calavino Donati and Doria Roberts opened East Atlanta Village's Urban Cannibals in 2009 with one hot plate and a George Foreman Grill. They’re stepping up their game this summer with three new eateries in Midtown and Virginia-Highland.“The...

How does the Atlanta BeltLine affect restaurants?

In our car-centric city, the Atlanta BeltLine has been a game changer, and restaurant owners know that more than anyone. On Thursday, chef Kevin Rathbun (Kevin Rathbun Steak, Rathbun’s, Krog Bar, and KR Steakbar), Michael Lennox (Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall), and BeltLine designer Ryan Gravel of Perkins Will will lead a discussion about the impact of urban development on restaurant design at a sold-out event called Dining + Design.

BeltLine rules of engagement

Despite our lousier-than-usual weather, the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail drew daily winter patronage of 2,500 walkers, joggers, cyclists, and skateboarders. Plus that lady on the giant exercise scooter. As spring blooms and trail use booms, consider these rules.

Free fitness class on the BeltLine

Now there's a new way to move along the BeltLine: later this month, you'll be able to lunge, squat, sit-up, push-up, kettle bell, and burpee your way along the path, too, guided by the instructors at FitWit.

Spotted Trotter to open first restaurant in Krog Street Market

At a media preview Tuesday afternoon, Kevin Ouzts of Spotted Trotter announced that his first restaurant, The Cockentrice, will open in the KSM market.

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