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What questions do you want to ask a therapist?

Pandemic, politics, and anxiety: You asked questions, Atlanta mental health professionals answered

I feel disconnected from my friends. My partner drives me insane. There's just too much right now. Is this irrational? We asked readers to submit their questions for therapists. Here are their takes.
Lisa Herring APS

Q&A with APS Superintendent Lisa Herring: “The work that is in front of me is vividly clear.”

Atlanta Public Schools’ new superintendent Lisa Herring on starting a new job during a pandemic, the challenges of online learning, and using APS as a force for good.
Operation Feed

At some Atlanta schools, the pandemic has provided a silver lining—a stronger, more urgent sense of community

Even as districts like APS worked to figure out how to distribute food and technology to families as the Covid-19 pandemic took hold, the complicated logistics meant that plenty of students were falling through the cracks. What about diapers, cleaning supplies, internet access? Across the metro, parents and community members are trying to ensure families can get the resources they need.
Everything you need to know election day Atlanta

Vote! Everything you need to know on Election Day 2020 in Atlanta

Where do I go to vote in Atlanta? Where do I find results? How long will it take to get results in Georgia? How do I get to the polls? This election is an important one—don't miss out.
Southern Belle Atlanta

What’s next for restaurant criticism?

True restaurant reviews analyze a complex and potentially stable operation. But there currently is no potential for stability.

Views of home: 4 metro Atlanta photographers share their backyard escapes

During a season of sheltering at home, four photographers turned the lens on their own outdoor spaces and shared the ways they enjoy them.
What is the future of Atlanta's food halls?

What is the future of Atlanta’s food halls?

Hit hard by the pandemic, food halls, like Ponce City Market and Krog Street Market, and their vendors are figuring out how to hang on.
Massage in a pandemic

My quest for a safer massage during the pandemic

This is the process I went through in order to schedule an hour-long massage that seemed safest during a pandemic: outdoors (to avoid contaminated air), in a massage chair (thus facing away from the therapist for the majority of the time), with both of us wearing masks.
Atlanta needs its gay bars now more than ever

Atlanta needs its gay bars now more than ever

While the AIDS crisis brought the gay community and its bars together, COVID is driving them apart.

Aix and Tin Tin will close, to be replaced by a more pandemic-friendly restaurant

Aix and its adjacent wine bar Tin Tin will close after service on Saturday. In their place, executive chef and partner Nick Leahy is creating what he hopes will be a neighborhood restaurant and bar, called Nick’s Westside

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