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    A Dog’s Best Friends STORY: Amy Meadows PHOTOS: Stephen Payne Matthew Fishman and Matt Gryder know exactly who their customers are: humans and dogs. It’s that simple. Having that keen understanding is the key to their success as the co-owners of Barking Hound Village, one of Georgia’s largest doggie day-care, grooming and boarding companies. “For ...
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    Kylie Delre acts up a storm after moving from L.A. to Atlanta STORY: Michael Jacobs A handyman mounting a flat-screen finds the woman who hired him wearing a scowl because the TV is on “literally the only wall in the house that a TV would not go on.” “Just quit bitching at me,” the man ...
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    Midtown’s oldest mixed-use concept is getting a facelift STORIES: Claire Ruhlin Nestled between 14th and 15th streets, Atlanta’s Colony Square development has served as a fixture in Midtown for more than 50 years. It was the city’s original mixed-use development, setting the stage for the slew of “live-work-play” concepts that have cropped up in recent ...
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    Iconic NYC street food purveyor The Halal Guys (pictured above) opened its doors in Midtown this October. Find their classic beef gyro sandwiches and sweet baklava at the Modera complex. thehalalguys.com  Cheese lovers: Brezza Cucina in Ponce City Market now has a burrata bar. Visit after 3 p.m. Sunday through Friday and munch on a ...
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    Local muralist Greg Mike uses a rainbow of colors to soften the cityscape STORY: H.M. Cauley Photos: Chris House One guy with a lot of spray paint can turn a retaining wall or the side of a building into a work of art. For Reynoldstown’s Greg Mike, those plain facades are an invitation to get ...
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    Ben Getz leads his Atlanta food podcast with consistency and candid conversations STORY: Grace Huseth PHOTO: Stephen Payne NPR podcast junkie and foodie Ben Getz was seeking more podcasts to listen to. When he searched for “Atlanta” and “food,” nothing popped up. So he set his table, this time with recording software and not silverware, ...
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    Being an entrepreneur can be a lonely venture, especially if you’re a one-person founding team. Without co-workers to use as sounding boards, you might miss out on new strategies or perspectives. Create a community of entrepreneurs by signing up for a business workshop, class or panel. STORY: Muriel Vega PHOTO: Stephen Payne ATDC The Advanced ...
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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 ...