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Goodbye, historic country-music recording studio. Hello . . . Margaritaville? 152 Nassau Street is just the latest casualty in Atlanta’s endless war against its historic buildings.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton is finally coming to the Fox; participate in a weeklong celebration of two-wheelers at Atlanta Cycling Festival; and treat yourself to ”all-you-can-indulge” tasting sessions at Atlanta Food & Wine Festival.
Award-winning ballerinas in Atlanta, Flying Lotus's new movie soundtrack in 3D visual, and a Kennesaw State University professor who teaches a class on OutKast reads from her new book.
Shortly after Margaret Mitchell left her job as a reporter for the Atlanta Journal in the mid-1920s, she sat down at a desk at her ground-floor apartment on Peachtree Street—she and her husband, John Marsh, affectionately referred to the unit as “the dump”—and began writing the bulk of a Southern soap opera that became just as much a part of Atlanta’s DNA as Coca-Cola.
The novelist discusses the restaurant industry, coming-of-age books, and the nonfiction book she's working on next.
Through the lens of his camera, journalist and photographer Boyd Lewis watched as Atlanta transformed itself during the second half of the 20th century. Lewis donated more than 10,000 of his images to the Atlanta History Center, and through January 16, you can see 60 of those photos on display at the Margaret Mitchell House.
On September 17, author Karen Abbott reads from her latest, Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy, the little-known story of four female Civil War spies. A quick primer on the ladies.
Mary Rose Taylor’s instinct for storytelling made her a key link with Tom Wolfe’s new novel, ”A Man in Full.” It’s the same instinct that has embroiled her in controversy over the Margaret Mitchell House.