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The King of Pops founders have partnered with Big Citizen hospitality group to put a modern, whimsical spin on a traditional diner.
King of Pops has its own farm, a bar, and of course, numerous pop stands. But perhaps their most fun concept of all is their Christmas tree delivery service, Tree Elves, now entering its fifth year in business.
The King of Pops founders, brothers Steven and Nick Carse, are at it again. The cocktail-slinging, Christmas tree-selling, crop-growing popsicle makers are opening a mini farmers market called the King of Crops Farm Stand at Ponce City Market on Saturday.
King of Pops CEO and cofounder Steven Carse talks about crazy customers, yoga, and Jennifer Lawrence.
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.
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.
The Popsicle, a brand name owned by the Unilever corporation but often used in the vernacular, has come a long way since its chemical-flavored beginnings. It was allegedly invented in the 1900s by an eleven-year-old who left a stirrer overnight in his cup of fruit-flavored soda and found a tasty treat in the morning after a freeze. Mexican immigrants to the U.S. brought with them the culture of paletas—small-batch ice pops made from spiced fresh fruit. In the last couple of years, young entrepreneurs from all over have started producing handcrafted ice pops using organic and local ingredients in an increasingly sophisticated range of tastes.