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It is really, really hard to buy your first house in Atlanta right now
In the current Atlanta real estate market, the idea of paying list price, taking two weeks for a due diligence period, or even having a night or two to sleep on one of the biggest financial decisions of your life now seems quaint. It's even harder for first-time buyers.
East Atlanta Village’s Southern Feed Store food hall announces its first tenants
The former Graveyard Tavern space in East Atlanta Village is undergoing a transformation. In a couple of months, the 6,000-square-foot building will become a mini food hall with six stalls, a stage, and live music.
The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Girl Diver, Ok Yaki, and the Chastain
Richard Tang’s latest mixes Asian cuisines, Ok Yaki seems straight from Japan, and the Chastain opens in a legendary space
My Style: Rigel Gemini, influencer, music artist, director of analytics and SEO
Born on the first day of Gemini, the data director by day/influencer by night epitomizes cosmic duality in his life and style.
48. The Earl
In East Atlanta, the Earl is a stalwart, a survivor, a steady and reliable presence. It also serves awesome shoestring fries. We can’t stay away.
Meet Asshole Santa, the North Pole’s bad influence in East Atlanta
Asshole Santa is coming to Atlanta, and he’s drinking Scotch, chain-smoking fake cigars, and ignoring whether you’re naughty or nice. Tell him what you want for Christmas on November 17 at East Atlanta’s 529 Bar.
For decades, this haunted East Atlanta porch has kept trick-or-treaters coming back for more
What started 22 years ago as a few friends coming over to hand out candy has turned into one of Atlanta’s must-stop trick-or-treat attractions. Barry Wisebram, who owns a bungalow on Flat Shoals Avenue, aims to scare, so the spectacle is not for the faint of heart. Here’s how he creates his spooky spot.
Atlanta’s 9 most interesting firehouse mottos
Atlanta fire stations might officially be known by their government-given numbers, but for decades the men and women who sleep, eat, and wait for emergency calls inside those buildings have been adopting mottos inspired by their crews’ attitudes, personalities, and specialties. Here’s a look at some of the city’s most interesting firehouse mottos.
My Style: So Worth Loving founder Eryn Erickson
When the 29-year-old singer-songwriter began using stencils and spray paint to create T-shirts bearing the affirmation “so worth loving,” she unwittingly birthed an inspirational brand.
How much Atlanta’s median home values have increased
Since metro Atlanta’s recovery began in earnest in 2012, prices are up—in some places way up. Here, how the median home value has changed from December 2011 to December 2015.
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