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Avenue East Cobb is getting a refresh. Here’s a peek at the plans for the Marietta shopping center.
The developers behind Atlantic Station and Colony Square are redesigning the Marietta shopping center. Here’s what it will look like.
5 Reasons to love Smyrna
In 1988, National Geographic called Smyrna a “redneck” town, spurring angry residents to reinvent their neighborhood, starting with a new town center, which also helped keep Smyrna’s identity from being swallowed by suburban sprawl.
Candidates spar over healthcare, inflation at 6th District Congressional debate, while Lucy McBath skips 7th District debate
The Atlanta Press Club held debates for Georgia's 6th and 7th Congressional Districts on Sunday, where Republican Rich McCormick and Democrat Bob Christian sparred over who could best represent the 6th, and Republican Mark Gonsalves had 15 minutes to himself to discuss his platforms after Democrat Lucy McBath declined to show.
Love Letter: Some things change, but Minato stays wonderfully the same
Even after 31 years in business, Minato hasn’t changed much, starting with an aesthetic that now—three decades on—feels a bit Rainforest Cafe–lite.
ASW Distillery opens its third location at the Battery, where it’ll produce a new vodka and gin
ASW's 4,914 square-foot space at the Battery features a large tasting room with a cocktail bar, a private event space, and a small distillery for the production of two new ASW spirits: Bustletown Vodka and Winterville Gin.
It’s “duh-CAB,” and other things out-of-towners need to know about Atlanta and Georgia
For everyone who will be studying Atlanta, its suburbs, and the rest of the great state of Georgia for the next several weeks, here’s a quick glossary of terms, places, and things you should know.
How a tiny gay activist group defied the odds to push the Olympics out of Cobb County
I was told by many friends not to get involved in this because there was no way we could possibly win. This was a global entity. It would be like kicking a giant in the toe. That response mystified me. I said, "I didn’t know we chose our battles according to the ones we knew we could win."
Atlanta’s latest coronavirus updates: Sunday, August 30
The state needs more folks to get tested, and cases are rising at Georgia Tech. Here's what you need to know this week.
Do Georgia teachers worried about in-person learning during a pandemic have any recourse?
While many parents, students, and school leaders applaud it, thousands of Georgia teachers are fretting the prospects—or realities—of face-to-face learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What you need to know to vote on June 9 in metro Atlanta
When do the polls open? Can I still cast my absentee ballot? What if my absentee ballot never came? We answer your June 9 primary election day questions.