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Atlanta’s Sports Renaissance

This article originally appeared in the April 2017 issue of Where Atlanta. The last time Atlanta had this much of a spotlight on sports was arguably during the 1996 Summer Olympic Games. Imagine the comparison: the 1996 Games were a landmark centennial anniversary for the modern...

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The Glass House: a Chat With Fashion Designer Abbey Glass

This article originally appeared in the February 2017 issue of Where Atlanta. Abbey Glass’ road to fashion design began when she was only 10 years old. “I’m very intrigued by machinery and engineering, and turning two-dimensional things into three-dimensional things, how they work with gravity and...

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The 24-Hour Guide to Atlanta

This article originally appeared in the January 2017 issue of Where Atlanta. Atlanta may not be known as the “City That Never Sleeps” (we’re in the sleepy South, after all), but that doesn’t mean sleepless travelers are stuck twiddling their thumbs. These 24-hour stops keep insomniacs...

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The Unlikely Rise of Contemporary Art in Atlanta

This article originally appeared in the 2016/17 Where Atlanta Guestbook. Standing in Atlanta’s architectural High Museum of Art, I find myself enthralled by Judy Pfaff’s “Apples and Oranges” (1986). This monumental piece (nearly 10-feet high by 12-feet wide) leaps toward the viewer with forward-springing metal half-spheres...

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Getting to Know the Real Atlanta

This article originally appeared in Venü Magazine's Fall 2016 issue. The tunnel is dimly lit. You’re standing at one end, still under the sun’s watchful eye, but close enough to see a shadowy figure moving swiftly—first crouching, then fully erect. You walk toward the figure, and...

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The Love Drug (PechaKucha Presentation)

In "The Love Drug" at PechaKucha Atlanta Vol. 30, Michelle Khouri shares her thoughts and scientific findings on what the emotion of "love" really is. By delving into the chemistry of the human brain and personal experiences, she discovers a surprising yet simple answer to...

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