Read the March issue online today!

Read the March issue online today!

For our March issue, we talk with new Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields about her public safety vision, preview the big Andy Warhol exhibition coming to the High Museum of Art this summer, visit some of Intown’s best falafel spots, review the new Yumbii restaurant, and provide an update on big residential projects happening around […]

News Briefs: Eaves enters mayoral race; ACA march; Ormewood fest; BeltLine tours

News Briefs: Eaves enters mayoral race; ACA march; Ormewood fest; BeltLine tours

Fulton County Commission Chairman John Eaves has entered the crowded field of Atlanta mayoral candidates. In addition to Eaves, those who have announced include current city council president Ceasar Mitchell, council members Kwanza Hall, Mary Norwood and Keisha Lance Bottoms, former Atlanta chief operating officer Peter Aman, former Atlanta Workforce Development Agency director Michael Sterling, […]

Eco-Briefs: Lifecycle fundraiser; greenspace conference & more

Eco-Briefs: Lifecycle fundraiser; greenspace conference & more

The Lifecycle Building Center will hold its Revel in Reuse 2017 Fundraiser on Thursday, March 16, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Westside Market, located at 1530 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd. The event will feature live music, Atlanta chefs from restaurants such as Leon’s Full Service, Local Three Kitchen & Bar and Wrecking Bar Brewpub, and […]

Buckhead residents give input on city transportation plan

Buckhead residents give input on city transportation plan

By Evelyn Andrews One of the first of many public meetings on Atlanta’s new transportation plan was held Feb. 21 in Buckhead, where residents voiced a mix of skepticism and hope for more details and action. Dubbed Atlanta’s Transportation Plan, the effort is an update to the Connect Atlanta Plan, which was adopted in 2008. […]

News Briefs: City invests in Woodruff; BeltLine homeowner workshops; Skyline Garden

News Briefs: City invests in Woodruff; BeltLine homeowner workshops; Skyline Garden

The City of Atlanta has pledged $1 million to the Woodruff Arts Center Transformation Campaign, which has already raised $110 million and surpassed its $100 million goal.  The City Council voted Monday to finalize the donation. “The leading cities of the world invest significantly in arts and culture, and Atlanta should be no different,” said […]

Report: City procurement officer fired after feds raid offices

Report: City procurement officer fired after feds raid offices

Atlanta’s Chief Procurement Officer Adam Smith has been fired by Mayor Kasim Reed, but whether the dismissal is connected to the ongoing federal bribery probe is unclear. Reed issued a statement after WSB reports that Smith was escorted from city hall by federal agents, who also seized computers at the procurement office. “The City of […]

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