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24 Atlanta festivals to enjoy this June

Ring in the first month of the summer with burger competitions, live comedy, a cemetery concert, food trucks, and even a hypnosis show.

King of Pops in Ponce City Market will serve grilled cheese, popsicle cocktails, and more

King of Pops will open a kiosk in Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall next month—and patrons should expect a lot more than just popsicles.

What’s the worst popsicle King of Pops has ever made?

King of Pops CEO and cofounder Steven Carse talks about crazy customers, yoga, and Jennifer Lawrence.

6 cool treats for hot Atlanta days

From tropical beers to Korean shaved ice, these treats are cooler than cool.

The Lee Brothers discuss why “Atlanta is the future of the South,” their first television show, and red velvet cake

Matt and Ted Lee are now onto their next journey: television. "Southern Uncovered with the Lee Bros." will follow the brothers as they explore the food, history, and culture of Southern cities like Asheville, Dallas, Charleston, Louisville, and New Orleans. The series premieres June 14th on Ovation and will start in their hometown of Charleston. Next up is Atlanta.

King of Pops is creating a “dessert alley”

Popsicle-prenuers Steven and Nick Carse are working on building a “dessert alley” in Inman Park or Old 4th Ward that will sell sweet treats and coffee. The men behind King of Pops say that they haven't signed any leases (they're working on it), but they have been busy testing recipes. They hope to open in April 2015.

10 peach dishes you need to try now

Given that our ubiquitous state fruit has made its way onto our license plates and street signs on practically every corner, it should come as no surprise that local chefs are also tinkering with the Georgia peach in a number of creative ways.

Behind the scenes at King of Pops

Steven and Nick Carse have built a mini-empire out of ice-pop sticks (they have thirty carts in the city and outlets across the South), but the brothers and their staff still get their fingers sticky.

King of Pops branches out with Christmas trees

The brothers Carse launched the eco-conscious, Christmas tree delivery service last year as a means to bridge the November-to-March lull in popsicle sales and to keep seasonal employees working a little longer.

3 things we learned from Clark Howard’s new book

Living Large for the Long Haul, the latest foray into publishing from the radio host, consumer advocate, and former mayoral hopeful (?!), provides vignettes from fifty different types of savings success stories. Since Clark Howard lives in Atlanta, many of his examples come from the metro area.

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