• Atlanta is often referred to as the gay capital of the South. And while San Francisco has its own gay district—known as the Castro—the Atlanta gay population lives, works and plays all over the…   Read the Article

  • Although Decatur, Ga. is part of the Atlanta metro area, it is a city unto itself, with an identity all its own. At 19,000 people, Decatur sits just to the east of Atlanta, and it has become a…   Read the Article

  • If you're looking to live in a town with a true village feel, consider Avondale Estates.This inside-the-perimeter community just east of Decatur is a city unto itself. At about 2,900…   Read the Article

  • Steeped in history, Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward neighborhood is a place where old and new merge to create a thriving, diverse community on the city's east side.Bounded on the west by Interstate 75,…   Read the Article

  • QUEENS, N.Y. With foreign-born residents making up nearly half of its population, Queens is often cited as the most diverse county in the United States. Seth Bornstein, the Executive Director of…   Read the Article

  • Population: 764,976 (San Francisco proper) USDA Hardiness Zone: 10 Major Airports: San Francisco International Airport, Oakland International Airport, Mineta San Jose International…   Read the Article