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No amount of rain could keep Atlanta from jamming to headliners Cage the Elephant, Tame Impala, Beck, and Incubus at Shaky Knees Music Festival this year. Check out our photos for a glimpse at this year's fun.
The Grandma Pie that made O4W Pizza is off the menu at Anthony Spina and Billy Streck's new restaurant, Nina & Rafi. Instead, the duo are focusing on the restaurant's other pizza styles and Italian-American comfort foods.
Rob Bouton, owner of Charleston’s Queen Street Grocery, has partnered with former Ford Fry employees Hanna Houle and Mike Pitts to open Everyday Market, a grab-and-go market that opened a few weeks ago, and Field Day restaurant, set to open in January, both in Old Fourth Ward.
Becoming a mother fueled Jaycina Almond’s career. The 23-year-old became a full-time model only after her daughter, Syx, was born in 2017. Somehow, she found the time to publish a book of poetry, In No Particular Order, and launch a subscription box for expectant mothers called Tender.
Thousands of apartments have sprouted up across Atlanta since the recession. The city’s supply of condos, meanwhile, slowed to a relative trickle, tamped down by lender apprehension, millennial preferences to rent, and other factors. But it seems that’s slowly beginning to change.
In June, the Atlanta Magazine's HOME Modern Style Showhouses opened in the Old Fourth Ward, showcasing Atlanta's top designers. Take a look inside the two contemporary houses.
Bantam Pub owners Tim Lance and Richard Baum are opening a hunting lodge-style sports bar in the Old Fourth Ward this fall. Called Big Game, it will have a menu of 140 seasonally rotating items (30 at any given time) and 15-20 beers on tap.
What New City developer Jim Irwin has planned for 10.2 acres about a block south of Ponce City Market is a whole new level of ambitious. The first renderings for 760 Ralph McGill show a $750-million, mixed-use hub of glassy, uniquely geometric architecture that incorporates terraced roofs, green elements, and elevated “flyover” bridges.