People who grew up in metro Atlanta in the late 1980s to early 2000s have a special place in their hearts for the Science and Technology Museum of Atlanta, more commonly known as Sci-Trek. The janky museum located next to the Boisfeuillet-Jones Civic Center on Piedmont Road was a frequent field trip for local students, and filled with cool-for-the-time science trinkets, most of which were sold off by the city, county, and state in the mid-2000s. Apparently some people just can't let go. Slapped on a piece of public art at the corner of West Peachtree and Pine streets is an official sign pointing people to the now-empty museum.
Putting a little thought behind the Thank You
'I think of all the people that I've helped, and now someone's helping me.'
Lawd, please stop advertising the hostel. It's a sacred space.
one addendum: take the golden isles highway to brunswick rather than I-16. it's like going…
How is the stupid rap "music" version of The Great Gatsy supposed to be classy?
Absolutely fabulous. My summer is planned.
Dahlonega is a great little town!