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African-American communities once dotted the Northside landscape. The tale-tell signs are small churches and cemeteries, some dating back more than 100 years. [Read More]
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About two years ago, the new owner of a Philip T. Shutze-designed home on Tuxedo Road threatened to tear it down. It would be the... [Read More]
I have come to a radical conclusion: the Waldo M. Slaton American Legion Post 140 structure at the south end of Chastain Park in Buckhead... [Read More]
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All within a block of one another, Arden, Villa Juanita and the Pink Palace are major homes on West Paces Ferry Road in Buckhead. They... [Read More]
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This will be the year of creating a downtown out of thin air, attempting to reset a tangled mess of a central business district, a... [Read More]
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The lull between Christmas and New Year's Day offers a few well-earned days off to kick up your feet and reflect on the past year. [Read More]
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"For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign... [Read More]
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When Ed Noble opened Lenox Square mall in Buckhead in 1959, it was a futuristic, open-air shopping center with a space-aged design by architect Joe... [Read More]
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David Cochran likes to say his father had a mistress. [Read More]
Looking out over the 50 or so family members gathered for our annual Thanksgiving lunch, I was reminded of something my great-uncle said long ago... [Read More]
Having your work published week in and week out in a newspaper, your words existing ostensibly forever in the public record, requires thick skin. [Read More]
In an empty lot on Adams Drive in northwest Atlanta, Mother Nature nearly devoured an iconic symbol of many a Buckhead resident's childhood. [Read More]
The reason Buckhead will vote in the Nov. 7 Atlanta mayoral election — indeed, the reason the dirt beneath our feet is in the city... [Read More]
When Mary Shotwell Little failed to show up for work at C&S Bank at Lenox Square mall in Buckhead Oct. 15, 1965, her boss called... [Read More]
One man singlehandedly did more than any other to create Chastain Memorial Park in Buckhead and launch the Fulton County parks department, and it's not... [Read More]
It is troubling to read about millions of bees suddenly disappearing or, that after millions of years, butterflies are changing their migration patterns possibly due... [Read More]
Near the entrance of the John Ripley Forbes Big Trees Forest Preserve in Sandy Springs stand two tall white oak trees with small black plaques... [Read More]
When Jay Kallos looked out over the crowded church as he was preparing to speak at the funeral of his dear friend, Dr. David Forehand,... [Read More]
The instructions for stabilizing a broken limb in the wilderness in Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell's "Aids to Scouting" are fairly straightforward. [Read More]
As a student at Westminster in Buckhead in the late 1960s and early '70s, Nancy Geisler and her classmates often tutored the children living on... [Read More]
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