Friends remember the legacy of the late chef Ria Pell 

An icon of Atlanta's food, punk, and gay rights communities has died

BLUEBIRD OF HAPPINESS: Chef Ria Pell changed Atlanta for the better.

Robin Henson

BLUEBIRD OF HAPPINESS: Chef Ria Pell changed Atlanta for the better.

Atlanta lost a true icon over the weekend. Ria Pell, owner of the 14-year-old Memorial Drive diner Ria's Bluebird, co-founder of the MondoHomo queer music and arts festival, and 2012 winner of Food Network's reality cooking series "Chopped," has died. Pell has…

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