• Atlanta 2014 Snow Jam, Abandoned Cars

    People walked away from their cars, seeking food, shelter and bathrooms. Reports of people in need of medication spread across the city. School children were stuck on buses or spent the night at…   See the Image

  • Martin Luther King, Jr., August 28, 1963

    All across the country, people gathered to celebrate the life of fallen civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. In Atlanta, the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church was packed by 9 a.m. with King’s…   Read the Article

  • Atlanta's Freedom Farmers Market

    There are already a lot of great reasons to visit Atlanta’s Carter Center where you can not only see former President Jimmy Carter’s Noble Peace Prize and other memorabilia and presidential…   Read the Article

  • Turner Field, Skyline

    The ink is dry and it’s official: The longest continuously operating franchise in Major League Baseball is moving. Of course we’re talking about the Atlanta Braves. The deal was signed on Nov. 26,…   Read the Article

  • Cobb County, Julia, Lisa and Eric Roberts

    On the heels of the Atlanta Braves’ announcement that they plan to move the team to a new (yet to be built) baseball stadium, Cobb County has been thrust into the national spotlight – again. What…   Read the Article

  • Cobb County, Georgia Gov. Lester Maddox

    Maddox, seen here in 1972 with Dick Cavett, was the one-term governor of Georgia (1971-1975) and an infamous segregationist.    See the Image

  • Cobb County, Political Strategist Nick Ayers

    Ayers is the executive director of the Republican Governors Association and grew up in Marietta, Ga.    See the Image

  • Weaver D's, Athens, Ga.

    By now you might have heard about the closing of the legendary Athens soul food joint, Weaver D’s Delicious Fine Foods. The closing was announced via their Facebook page with these words: Weaver…   Read the Article

  • John Mayer Condo 205 East 16th

    New York Magazine recently ran a story about homes where famous (or in some cases, semifamous) people once lived. The best part? The places are all for rent or sale. So if you're looking for a new…   Read the Article

  • Atlanta's Oakland Cemetery, Maynard Jackson

    Mayor Maynard Jackson, Atlanta's first black mayor, died in 2003. His wife wanted his grave positioned so that if he sat up he'd have a clear view of downtown Atlanta.    See the Image