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Editor’s Note: Counterpoints
The stories behind SunTrust Park and Morris Brown College embody the odd dichotomy that is Atlanta—the fascination with the shiny and new, which often diverts our attention from the institutions that make us who we are. When we’re at our best at Atlanta magazine, we’re shining a light on both ends of that spectrum.
36 of the best events for Atlanta families in April
Kid-friendly musicals, Pete the Cat, YA authors, and egg hunts galore
Here’s what you can eat inside SunTrust Park
What can you eat while watching the Braves play at SunTrust Park? Catfish tacos, garlic fries, cannoli, and an ice cream pop shaped like a tomahawk, among other things.
Todd English wants to amp up your Braves gameday dining experience
Chef Todd English has restaurants all over the world, from New York to Kuwait. On April 12, he’ll finally add his hometown to the list.
And the first concert at SunTrust Park is
The Piano Man himself, Billy Joel, will play the first concert at the new Braves stadium in April.
Holeman & Finch once again limiting its burger to 24 per night
Gunshow’s Spencer Gomez is now chef de cuisine at Holeman & Finch Public House, offering a new menu and limiting the availability of the acclaimed burger to 24 per meal service.
Mike Boyce eyes upset in upcoming Cobb chair runoff
Five months after his campaign began, Boyce shocked political observers as the top vote-getter in the May Republican primary—coming within 400 votes of winning the seat outright.
Seventh-inning stretch: Cobb Chairman Tim Lee is battling to keep his job
By all rights, Tim Lee should be a shoo-in for reelection as Cobb County chairman. But in May, he came within 400 votes of losing his position outright to a no-name challenger.
Checking in on SunTrust Park: An aerial view of the construction
After Turner Field has gone quiet a year from now, SunTrust Park will be buzzing with Atlanta Braves fans. Before then, there’s plenty of work left to do at the $672 million ballpark.
45. Jeff Fuqua
Since leaving strip mall giant Sembler Co.—with whom he built such once-controversial projects as the Edgewood Retail District and Town Brookhaven—to launch his own firm in 2012, Fuqua has shifted into overdrive.