The AJC-Decatur Book Festival: Director's Picks08/25/14
The AJC-Decatur Book Festival is coming up this weekend. And in its ninth year, it will be featuring more than 600 author lectures and signings. The...
'Like Yelp for Police:' A Conversation About Teen-Developed Watchdog App
There’s no doubt new technology follows the trends, and a smart phone app released this week is no different: It allows users to rate their experiences...
City Cafe on Ebola Patients' Discharge
The two U.S. patients who were treated for Ebola have been discharged from Emory University Hospital. They had been in an isolation ward since...
Author Events: James Rollins & Nimrod Frazer
The AJC-Decatur Book Festival's Daren Wang stopped by WABE studios to preview the week in Atlanta literary events. He started by telling City Cafe host...
The Ever-Changing Cultural Meaning of Atlanta's Cyclorama
As many already know, the city's Cyclorama could be moving from its longtime home in Grant Park to a new facility at the Atlanta History Center. The...
This Year's Living Walls is More than Murals
Today is the first day of the Living Walls 2014 Conference. The annual five-day event invites local and international artists to come paint the town,...
Curbed Atlanta on the City's Top 10 Most Iconic Signs
Curbed Atlanta recently released a list of the 15 Most Iconic Signs in Atlanta, and it covers many familiar and historic icons throughout the city. When...
What Do You Do With a Broken Suburb?
More and more Americans are leaving the suburbs behind in favor of urban spaces. As we’ve discussed in past stories, this national trend holds true here...
Author Events: Stephen Carter, Tom Hughes & More
The AJC - Decatur Book Festival's Daren Wang stops by to tell us about the week's literary events in metro Atlanta. He started by telling City Cafe...
Clearing Up Where Atlanta Stands on Sprawl. No, Really.
Sprawl. It’s nothing new to car-centric Atlanta. But all those those reports we hear on the state of sprawl can get confusing, especially when they seem...
Author Events: Eric Litwin and Bill Morris
The AJC - Decatur Book Festival's Daren Wang stops by to tell us about the week's literary events in metro Atlanta. He begins with Eric Litwin, a local...
City Cafe on Cyclorama Move
You may have heard our story yesterday on little-known facts about Atlanta’s Cyclorama—the panoramic painting of the Battle of Atlanta on display in...
Eight Things You May Not Know About Atlanta's Cyclorama
The Atlanta Cyclorama is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. The painting depicting the Battle of Atlanta has been on display in the center of...
City Cafe on Dad's Garage's Plans for Move
Earlier in July, Dad’s Garage Theatre Company announced they were raising funds to move into a new space. Late last week, Lisa George from the WABE...
Author Events: Clay Risen, Lori Rush and Laurel-Ann Dooley
Daren Wang of the AJC-Decatur Book Festival talked with City Cafe host John Lemley about the upcoming literary events happening around Atlanta. As...
New App Explores Battle of Atlanta Sites
With the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Atlanta right around the corner, the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship has created a new online resource...
Coming Soon: An Atlanta with Cooperating Transit?
Just how realistic is the prospect of an Atlanta with cooperating transit? Maybe a little more realistic now, with the advent of a new website....
Local Performer Wins Best Actress At National High School Musical Awards
A local high school student is getting national attention for her talents in singing and performing. Late last month, 15-year-old Jai’len Josey of...
Author Events: Amanda Lindhout, Jo Baker & More
The AJC - Decatur Book Festival’s Daren Wang drops by to tell us about the week’s literary events, which include visits from journalist and...
Randall Balmer on Jimmy Carter's Evangelism
President Jimmy Carter was known to have struggled during his time in the White House, serving only one term as our 39th Commander-in-Chief. Author...
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