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Map: Hundreds Of Violations Committed By Tech Shuttles Per Year

And a new interactive map shows exactly where they occurred. [ more › ]

The Dub Sack: Warriors Trounce Trailblazers 118-106

Everyone loves Portland. Everyone hates Oakland. Good. [ more › ]

Nevius Attacks Avalos's Homeless Tent Protection Plan

The proposed legislation would require the city to give street campers 15 days notice before clearing camps, and extend that if adequate housing can't be offered immediately. [ more › ]

Tech Industry Interns Making Upwards Of $10,000 Per Month

And a whole lot more when things like housing stipends are included in that total. [ more › ]

Selfie-Taker Stymied By Brazen Phone Snatch

The crime went down at Union and Buchanan Streets. [ more › ]

Silicon Valley Ep. 3.2 Recap: 'Compromise'

"We can't put all our eggs in the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow basket." [ more › ]

Police Chase Ends In The Mission After Tire Flies Off Car

The pursuit reportedly began around 1:00 a.m. Monday in the Bayview when officers tried to pull the driver over. [ more › ]

Maryland Green Party selects candidates in mail-in primary

The votes decided contested primaries for the 8th Congressional District and Baltimore mayor.

Ballot Fiasco Raises Questions About Keyser's Competency

In its report on a Denver judge's decision to allow U.S. Senate candidate Jon Keyser on the Republican primary ballot, after the Secretary of State had rejected his petitions, The Denver Post's John Frank and Mark Matthews reported: Once...Show More Summary

9 fun rainy day accessories

Rainy day in Atlanta? Time to break out these cute rain jackets, umbrellas, shoes, and more.

Taliban Fighters Are Unimpressed With McDonald’s Food

Meh. Some common ground you might have with the Taliban: McDonald's just opened up its first location in the Pakistani city of Quetta, reputedly home base for the Taliban's ruling council, and a spokesperson for the militant group told NBC that the food is terrible. Show More Summary

Del Taco Manager Loses Job After Telling Customers to Piss Off

Yikes. Two Del Taco drive-through customers in Arizona have gifted the internet with a gloriously epic customer-service fail after they requested extra sauce and instead got an F-bomb-laden rant from an utterly self-unaware manager.Show More Summary

Ranch Redux: An artsy designer embraces her Morningside split-level’s vintage vibe

For years the Morningside split-level had sat empty, but its dated look didn’t scare Beth Kooby. In fact, she had been “stalking” it for a while. “I’m more than happy to buy somebody’s dump,” says the interior designer. “I’m a serial remodeler.”

Land of Giants

Established in 2003, Congaree is one of the country’s newest national parks, yet it boasts the southeastern United States’ largest expanse of old-growth bottomland hardwood forest.

May 2016: Kids in the ATL

It's a great time to be a kid in Atlanta. Our 25 reasons why.

Staplehouse

As he does at dinner, Ryan Smith displays the same sharp techniques and thoughtful compositions at brunch that make Staplehouse the city’s most exciting restaurant.

Secluded Desert Isles

A remote bird and marine-life sanctuary, Dry Tortugas National Park is centered on a chain of seven small islands about seventy nautical miles west of Key West, Florida.

Joy Cafe Plans Midtown Move

Exact location to be announced in the next few weeks. The post Joy Cafe Plans Midtown Move appeared first on What Now Atlanta.

A Light Pole Fell On 3 Girls In Hyde Park And Broke One Girl's Leg

The girl with the broken leg was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital in "serious condition." [ more › ]

Photos: Three Dots And A Dash Has A New Menu And Bartender

Hold on to your hats, tiki fans, because things are about to get shaken up. [ more › ]

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