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Glossier Atlanta pop-up

Glossier brings its cult beauty products to Ponce City Market

The pink pop-up arrived on February 19 and is already drawing crowds of fans seeking Boy Brow and Cloud Paint.
Smart Tech

Making a smart home? The best upgrades are simple and won’t break the bank.

Where do you start in a world with everything from illuminated, vibrating toilets to Bluetooth-enabled showers? The best investments are simple and don’t break the bank. These first three steps total less than $600 and can bring returns in more than one way.
Guac Stop pop-up Atlantic Station

The Guac Stop at Atlantic Station might be the most Millennial event ever

Wholly Guacamole is giving away free guac and chips at Atlantic Station this week, along with hosting iPhone photography classes, a silent disco, and fitness classes.
Cecily McMillan

Atlanta-based activist Cecily McMillan hopes her memoir will inspire millennials

In 2012, Occupy Wall Street activist Cecily McMillan and a police officer allegedly assaulted each other while police were clearing Zuccotti Park. When a jury found McMillan guilty and a judge sentenced her to three months in prison, it created a national outcry. This month the 27-year-old Atlantan’s memoir introduces readers to the woman behind the headlines.

This millennial glossary is on fleek

Bae? FOMO? Squad goals? A handy dictionary for millennial slang.

8 Atlanta millennials on generational stereotypes, gentrification, and hopes for their city

A discussion on living in Atlanta as a millennial, the challenges the city faces, parenthood, social media, careers, and more.

Quiz: Are you a Gen Xer or a millennial?

If you're in your mid-30s, you might call yourself a Gen Xer or a millennial. Confused? Take our quiz to determine your generational identity.

A brief timeline of Atlanta millennial milestones

A few big moments from the past 35 years, including the 1996 Olympics, the plan for the BeltLine, the introduction of the iPhone, and more.

Emory’s Mark Bauerlein doubles down on The Dumbest Generation

We asked Emory University professor Mark Bauerlein if he’d like to revise anything in his 2008 biting treatise on millennials, The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future. Here’s what he told us.

Digital dating: A millennial’s primer

For a generation that grew up with the Internet, online dating has lost the stigma it once had. Today meeting someone on the Internet seems just as common—and no more shameful—as connecting offline.

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