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A flurry of new plans will make the Chattahoochee more accessible in metro Atlanta
“When you get below Peachtree Creek, access to the river kind of stops,” says George Dusenbury, a vice president and the Georgia state director of the Trust for Public Land. “Communities in West Atlanta, South Cobb, South Fulton, and Douglas County don’t have the same access that exists in the north.” But that’s about to change, due to a flurry of new plans to expand opportunities to hike, pedal, paddle, and even camp along Atlanta’s iconic river.
The new Upper Westside Yard food truck park aims to be a community space for Riverside
In just three months, Lenise Williams transformed an outdoor space near the former B's Cracklin into a food truck park where Riverside residents will have more options for not only food, but also games and entertainment.
Where to live now in Atlanta 2018
The next hot Atlanta neighborhoods. Eight friendly, walkable places where you can still afford to live.
Meet Atlanta’s next great pitmaster—Bryan Furman of B’s Cracklin’ Barbecue
The first thing that strikes you when you meet Bryan Furman, the owner of B’s Cracklin' Barbecue, is his passion and confidence. The first-generation pitmaster carries himself with the kind of self-assuredness and restaurant smarts you’d expect to find in someone with many more years under their belt. But the 35-year-old has every reason to be confident.