How can you be down with the Filthy Rich? Check out this year's Best of Atlanta ballot, which you'll find July 8 only at clatl.com/bestofatlanta.
Why all the glam talk in such glum economic times? After all, times are tight. We want it, but we hesitate to buy it. A trip to the mall? Please, were just window shopping. Stocking up on groceries for meals at home instead of fancy feasts at our favorite restaurants have become our saving grace.
Thing is, theres an abundance of riches among Atlantas people, places and things. We are truly rich with options on where to go and what to do so much so, it can be downright dirty. Sure, theres the shiny, swanky side of Atlanta, but theres the gritty, hidden and cheap side, too. Help us shine a light on both!
In addition to Critics Picks that highlight ways you can wrap yourself in luxury in both authentic and untraditional ways we want to hear from you. Your Readers Picks will uncover new gems and remind us of the perennial favorites. And after you vote, we want you to answer the big question everyone loves to fantasize about: What would you do if you were filthy rich? We'll have quick online polls on our blogs, and new this year a Facebook application that allows you to share the wealth.
So cash in on July 8 and make sure to look for the Best of Atlanta ballot!
The Ferris Wheel sounds really neat, particularly the 18 story height.
I'm glad Looking Glass made the point about Downtown residents. 20 years ago there were…
Actually this will be OVERGROUND - 18 stories in fact. Pay attention!
"crossing boundaries in their own traditional territories."
I thought tradition meant nothing to lefties…
man, i smell another UNDERGROUND
"She's only awful in your myopic minds."
OK Oy, I'll try to keep…