Read the July issue of INtown online now

July 2014 coverIt’s never too hot for ribs, pork sandwiches and Brunswick stew, so we asked our readers to tell us their favorite barbecue joints around Intown for a special feature in our sizzling July issue.

Along with the ‘cue and stew, we also profile Charis Books and More, the Little Five Points institution marking its 40th anniversary as one of the nation’s oldest feminist bookstores, and talk with the co-founder of Living Walls about the organization’s dedication to promoting street art with its various mural projects.

Also in this issue, you’ll find decorating ideas for your home from local artisans, a guide to Fourth of July fireworks and parades, a report from the re-opening of the historic Polaris restaurant, some suggestions for cool drinks and treats from our partners at Yelp and a round-up of art and entertainment festivals around the city.

You can read the July issue by clicking the cover image or this link.

Stay cool!

Collin Kelley
INtown Editor

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