The Sweet Auburn Music Fest have been going for years and its not on this list
Taylor is such a shining beacon for so many people. Keep up the important work!
They must be proud to spread immorality. What is worth, they now force us to accept their demands . Sad.
I am grateful there was no mention of Bizarro Wuxtry in Athens. I know it's not in Atlanta but it sometimes gets an honorable mention for still existing in spite of itself.
@Kris do either of those places really count as Atlanta?
It's really a shame that neither location of Galactic Quest was mentioned here. It's a great store with locations in Buford and Lawrenceville.
Also check out Lost and Found Youth Thrift store. Awesome selection, and great cause.
Thanks for recognizing Andre 3000. He is still one of the dopest artist to ever walk the streets of Atlanta!
Guess this did not work out.
Darin: O4W is bigger than you think it is, roughly Ponce to Dekalb Ave and Peachtree to the East Side Trail.
Love you girl
Hi My very old friend Blondie.This is Little Pattie Cakes from the 1980s. Long brown hair, blue eyes,4'11". Little Mary, we called her pumpkin because of her red hair and she never wore shoes danceing..lol she lived with me. I had two children, girl and a boy. My ol man was an outlaw, m.c. at the time.I drove a pickup truck.... We worked together from 1980-1988. I am from Detroit, MI.and Buford would call me "yankee". You cannot gorget my CRAZY self. Im coming to Atlanta in July to party with you all for my birthday on the 10th. I drank jack daniels shots and shotters. I called the bar today and left my phone number for you and Katcy Martin. Can't wait to hear from you both and see you once again.
Little Pattie cakes
Pretty sure whoever wrote that comment:
1. Hasn't ever read a newspaper
2. Doesn't know that journalists write stories based on interviews with other people, not their own experience.
I grew up in cabbagetown I am now 28 years old but I also was told the story of the truck flipping over and everyone cooked cabbage that night and it lingered for days that's the story most if us were told but growing up in cabbagetown we were all family and everyone helped everyone it was by far the best place to grow up!!!!!!!
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Ansley Park is my most fav.
Pretty sure, whoever wrote this article:
1. Isn't from Atlanta
2. Don't know what weird means.
It's a horrible article that quotes more of what other writer's have written then of their own experience.
I spent 15 years of my life in L5P...I go back now and its a tourist trap...sure, much of the eccentricities abound, but in a much more corporate, and thus, unoriginal manner...living just up Euclid was one of the best times in my life--now, I probably couldn't afford to stay more than a week. Thus is change--'progress' is relative, but I do miss it and am saddened others without much funding will have somewhere like this to experience--but I'm sure newer, less costly bohemian places are sprouting up around the ATL, I hope...
7:45PM in October facing the open windows at the Earl in the high stools as the heat finally starts to give way to cooler nights....with beer and a whiskey.
He didn't read it before judging you, so typical. I applaud you for practicing sustainable living gardening to provide healthy produce. Gentrification is destroying neighborhoods all across the country and the developers don't care who is displaced.
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