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Renaissance van: An Atlanta company transforms ordinary vans into a stylish way to see the country
Based in a former neon warehouse along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail, Wyatt Roscoe and his four-person staff at Inner Space Ships have converted nearly 30 vans into efficient and stylish ways to explore the country and save on Airbnb bills.
Best of Atlanta 2020: Beauty & Fitness
The best of Atlanta's beauty and fitness trends in 2020, including best new men's spa, high-energy class, virtual trainer, outdoor yoga, and more.
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.
Atlanta’s latest coronavirus updates: Saturday, June 20
Cases appear to be on the rise again in Georgia. Here's what you need to know this week.
Atlanta’s latest coronavirus updates: Friday, May 1
On Thursday, the Governor announced he would not extend the shelter-in-place order. Here’s your Friday morning update.
Re-opening Georgia for business is a life or death decision—and the data doesn’t help
The existing coronavirus data isn’t enough to ground such a critical decision, says Joshua Weitz, a quantitative biologist at Georgia Tech who specializes in disease dynamics. “It's not just about looking at a number in a reported case count and saying, ‘Well, that looks flat enough that we can open up,’”
Atlanta’s latest coronavirus updates: Wednesday, March 18
On Tuesday, the mayor called for a $7 million assistance fund, Gwinnett County declared a state of emergency, and Matt Ryan pledged money toward food funds. Here’s your Wednesday morning update.
Atlanta’s latest coronavirus updates: Tuesday, March 17
On Monday, as many kids adjusted to being homeschooled (or just home) for the time being, we saw Georgia’s positive coronavirus cases jump and the mayor impose a new restriction on public gatherings. Here’s your Tuesday morning update.
Coronavirus cancels Atlanta
“It’s not an overreaction,” says Benjamin Lopman, an epidemiology professor at Emory’s Rollins School of Public Health. “As there's more and more people who are infected in the community, the risk becomes higher," he says, “so as things move along, it makes sense to be more aggressive.”
A structure that produces more energy than it uses? In the deep south? Welcome to the Kendeda building.
The Kendeda building—which opened last fall at Georgia Tech—is both a laboratory for ecosustainability but also a glimpse at a possible future that feels something like empowerment. Maybe even hope.