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Monday, April 26, 2010

Atlanta Blogs Today: Adios, AJC

Like the Dew has a touching tribute to 72 Marietta St., the AJC's former now-former home, by Charlie Seabrook. Last week, the bulk of the paper's staff started working out of its new Dunwoody headquarters. The downtown building sits empty.

On a similar note: Doug Richards of Live Apartment Fire digs up an old video of the WXIA newsroom during a crucial moment in the famous Sarah Tokars murder case — and comments on how the TV news business has changed.

Apparently, this weekend's Taste of Decatur event was a giant ball of confusion. Decatur Metro has one attendee's version of events. Dave Kell at inDECATUR has a post on the initial confusion and some info about the kerfuffle's aftermath.

Icarus at Peach Pundit calls on state Rep. Austin Scott to make the switch from the governor's race to the lieutenant governor's race.

Ben at Terminal Station offers his thoughts on the transportation sales tax the General Assembly recently passed.

ATLMalcontent takes aim at an American treasure with one of the best blog post titles I've read in weeks.

Jeanne Bonner of Atlanta Unsheltered wants you to guess where these murals are located.

Anything else worth checking out, let us know in the comments.

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