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    Plans are underway to modernize the former David T. Howard School as a new home for Inman Middle STORY: Claire Ruhlin Old Fourth Ward’s former David T. Howard School on Randolph Street went from elementary school to surplus building when it closed its doors to students in 1976. Originally opened in 1923, it has a ...
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    SEPTEMBER 22 STORY: Claire Ruhlin Photo: Courtesy Atlanta BeltLine Partnership This fall, the Atlanta BeltLine will glow with thousands of lights during the annual Lantern Parade, which in 2017 featured a procession of more than 70,000 participants. In celebration of the parade, which first debuted in 2010, the Historic Fourth Ward Skate Park hosts the ...
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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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    Club DiOGi offers specialized daycare and boarding for man’s (smaller) best friend STORY: Claire Ruhlin As a dog parent and pet industry veteran, Courtney DeDi knows first-hand that little dogs can be a big responsibility, which is why she created Club DiOGi, a members-only daycare and boarding facility that caters specifically to small dogs. “After ...
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    Patients find comfort with canines at Grady Health Systems’ new Dog Therapy Program STORY: Claire Ruhlin They say dogs are a man’s best friend, and this is particularly the case with Atlanta’s Grady Health System, which introduced the Grady Dog Therapy program to its specialty care options earlier this spring. Research has shown that animals ...
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    AUGUST 25-26 STORY: Claire Ruhlin Perhaps one of the best times to stroll through Grant Park’s rolling, leafy grounds is during its annual Summer Shade Festival, which celebrates the historic site with music, artwork, food and plenty of spirit. “I think the sense of community found throughout Grant Park helps to position Summer Shade as ...
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    Lovely Bride brings “indie bridal” retail to Atlanta STORY: Claire Ruhlin Atlanta brides looking for a dress that sets them apart have a new (and Instagram-worthy) spot to dress shop. National franchise Lovely Bride opens its new, roughly 2,000-square-foot showroom in West Midtown’s Brickworks development this summer. Lovely Bride was founded by fashion industry veteran ...
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    West Midtown’s “creative flex space” offers lofty offices and plenty of parking STORY: Claire Ruhlin West Midtown is booming, and Inland Tract, the latest revitalization project from developers Third & Urban and Granite Properties, is one of the latest examples of this resurgence. Formerly warehouse facilities, Inland Tract will occupy more than 70,000 square feet ...