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    Motorized scooters offer seating for two and faster navigation of Atlanta’s roads STORY: Claire Ruhlin In case you hadn’t noticed, Atlantans are searching for ways to mix up their often traffic riddled commute. The city has embraced alternative forms of transportation—everything from rentable bikes (think bike shares Relay or the dockless start-up Ofo) to Bird’s ...
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    See how an interior designer turned a 1930 bungalow into a hidden-gem Midtown hideaway In 2002, Clay Snider wasn’t looking to purchase any property when he discovered a home in Midtown just a few blocks from Piedmont Park. He literally fell over the “for sale” sign in front of the house one day while taking ...
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    Grammy-nominated Pianist Composer-pianist John Burke, whose sixth album, Orogen, was nominated for a 2017 best New Age Album Grammy, says living and working in metropolitan Atlanta has been a major factor in his successful career. While Burke is known locally for his solo albums and soundtracks, his first Grammy nod marked a significant milestone as ...
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    Sean’s Harvest Market in Morningside serves up a fusion of comforting classics made with fresh, healthful combinations Just how magical and serendipitous this city is was revealed to me recently with a drive near Piedmont Park and finding an unassuming treasure. Tucked into a corner of the Amsterdam Walk retail district is Sean’s Harvest Market, ...
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    APRIL 7-9 As the longest-running festival in Atlanta, the annual Atlanta Dogwood Festival returns to Piedmont Park this year April 7-9 for its 81st installment, officially welcoming spring to the Southeast. As has been the case in years past, more than 200,000 attendees are slated to gather in the idyllic Midtown greenspace to take in ...
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    An Atlanta pathologist trades in his North Buckhead home for an intown, high-rise condo. After 20 years in his North Buckhead home, Stephen Wells decided it was time for a change. The pathologist had put a lot of work into that house, but, after two decades, he was done with home maintenance and upkeep. He ...
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    CRAFT CLASSIC HALF MARATHON & 5K September 10 Grant Park What’s better than finishing up a run with a refreshing beer? Racing through Atlanta neighborhoods to earn it. The Craft Classic half marathon course circles the hilly neighborhoods of Grant Park, Inman Park and Old Fourth Ward, while the 5K starts and ends in Grant ...
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    Under CEO Mary Pat Matheson, the Atlanta Botanical Garden continues to flourish in its 40th year. Stroll along carefully pruned paths, soak in the visual beauty of nature in bloom and stop to savor the skylines views, and it’s hard to envision a day when the Atlanta Botanical Garden was, well, a mess. But back ...
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    Blast CEO Missi Wolf is changing lives one workout at a time. Looking at her, one would never guess that trim, 115-pound Midtown resident Missi Wolf was once obese. But prior to starting Blast in 2008, the former media buyer and marketing director had never exercised a day in her life. “After I had my ...