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Ex-PTA treasurer in Md. pleads guilty to embezzlement

Lisa Betts diverted more than $39,000 in funds from the volunteer-run group.

Hot trend: Electric bikes

ElectroBike Georgia has opened its second Atlanta location, this time in Old Fourth Ward just steps from the BeltLine.

Casual Ways To Gobble Down Thanksgiving Food in Las Vegas

Seven places to eat casual turkey day fare HENDERSON — The Steamie Weenie has the Franksgiving Feast with a quarter-pound turkey frank topped with stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce, served with sweet potato fries, available through Nov. Show More Summary

Big, bad salad: Petit Chou

Petit Chou is great for a number of reasons. But perhaps the number one reason to return to this Cabbagetown cafe again and again is for chef Diana Presson Eller’s “the Whole Chou” salad.

Stephen Blandino Dishes on the First Year of Americana

What to order, table side dishes and more Welcome to One Year In, a feature in which Eater Vegas talks with the chefs and owners of restaurants celebrating their first anniversary. Stephen Blandino opened his restaurant Americana a year ago on Lake Jacqueline in Desert Shores. Show More Summary

Hot? Or Nah? Nicki Minaj ‘Breaks The Internet’ With Raunchy Paper Magazine Spread… (PHOTOS)

Nicki Minaj is serving three for the price of one in the Winter issue of Paper Magazine. The popular rapper portrays three separate characters for a sexy ménage à trois (dubbed “MINAJ à trois”) photo shoot of the notoriously provocative publication. Show More Summary

#RHOA Kandi Burruss Admits She Never Intended To ‘Reunite’ With Xscape…

NEWSFLASH! Kandi Burruss of The Real Housewives of Atlanta was never really too keen on reuniting with her former girl group. Burruss recently addressed all of the speculation surrounding Xscape’s awkward ‘Watch What Happens LIVE’ appearance,...Show More Summary

News: The Creatives Project announces 2018–20 Artist-in-Studio residents

19 hours agoUnited States / Atlanta : ArtsATL

Atlanta nonprofit The Creatives Project (TCP) has announced its “Artist-in-Studio” residents for the 2018–20 period. The selected artists are: Jessica Caldas Andrew Catanese Adam Forrester Maria Korol Esteban Patiño Sara Santamaria Zipporah...Show More Summary

Building Break-Ins Caught On Camera, Thieves Took Keys Meant For Postal Carrier

There was a break-in at a multi-unit residential building on Tuesday that involved the theft of the key meant for the mail carrier. The victims have been in touch with residents at other buildings who believe that their postal keys were...Show More Summary

D.C.-area forecast: Cool breezes today, warmer air tomorrow, then chilly and windy again by Sunday

Sunny today, and cloudier into the weekend. A cold front passing on Saturday night is the main weather of note ahead.

New composer: Michael Kurth

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has a long history of investing in new works by contemporary composers, but few are as breathtaking as the spectacles by the ASO’s own Michael Kurth.

Kochs' role in Time Inc. bid seen as show of confidence in media

The disclosure that conservative activists Charles and David Koch are behind Meredith Corp.’s latest bid to buy Time Inc. may have sent chills down the spines of liberals. But it may be a good... To view the full story, click the title link.

3 new restaurants with classic luxuries

Atlanta isn’t turning its back on experimentation, but established chefs have been exalting more classic luxuries, too.

Obituary: Tamara Natalie Madden, Atlanta artist and Spelman professor

19 hours agoUnited States / Atlanta : ArtsATL

Tamara Natalie Madden, an Atlanta-based, Jamaican-born artist and professor at Spelman College, died at her home in Snellville, Georgia, on Saturday, November 4, as a result of ovarian cancer. She was 42. As an artist, Madden participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions nationwide and had been featured in publications such as Upscale Magazine, Huffington...

Local Businesses Present A Holiday Art Pop-Up Market on Thanksgiving Weekend

Join StudioUs (4806 N Clark), The Guesthouse Hotel (4872 N Clark), Ridman's Coffee (4758 N Clark) and Sidewinder Gallery (4880 N Clark) for our first Holiday Market. Kick off your holiday shopping on Small Business Saturday with local...Show More Summary

Neighborhood gem: The Daily

Ever feel a little jealous of other people’s social media feeds? That’s how we feel when we stumble upon posts of the Daily, a lovely Pilates studio across from King Plow Arts Center on the Westside.

The Bloomberg-de Blasio boom nears a milestone

Three quarters of a million. As of October, that is the number of jobs added during what should be called the Bloomberg-de Blasio expansion. Seasonally adjusted numbers released Thursday put city... To view the full story, click the title link.

Hidden park: Lake Claire Community Land Trust

Meet an emu named Big Lou, visit a pond popular with turtles, and commune with free-range chickens in this park inside a residential neighborhood near Candler Park, hidden just steps away from busy DeKalb Avenue. Climb up to the lookout point for some great views.

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