Atlanta

Tucked between Flying Biscuit and Kale Me Crazy at the Toco Hills Promenade, Pao Pao Ramen Factory & Bar opened its second location in March 2019 after success at their Buford Highway location. The restaurant looks the part of a ...

Stage performances of classic fairy tales should offer fresh, innovative takes on the familiar stories they showcase. “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” at the Fox Theatre checked off all those boxes. This musical adaptation was a fun treat for audience members ...

The first impression of Atlanta for much of Emory’s student body comes from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. As the world’s busiest airport and headquarters of Delta Air Lines, Hartsfield-Jackson serves over 2,700 flights daily. Despite the airport’s success, the state ...

In the Pepsi Super Bowl 53 Halftime Show, everything was planned down to a tee. And then Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine took his shirt off. That was not supposed to happen, said Anna Glass (19C) and Sam Oppenheim ...

Emory’s proposal to donate 10 acres of land and $33.9 million for the Clifton Corridor project is a smart step toward neutralizing the criticism the University faced after cutting in line for MARTA funding, which is supported by an increase ...

Anyone who says punk is dead has never been to a FIDLAR concert. The group, who performed at the Masquerade in Atlanta on Sept. 27, could turn any punk rock cynic into a believer. Hailing from Los Angeles, FIDLAR takes ...

For years, Emory has stood as the largest center of employment in metro Atlanta without any easy access to public transportation or an interstate highway. Anyone who has sat in Clifton Road’s glacial-pace traffic can attest to the frustration and ...

As students moved onto campus in August, Swoop wasn’t the only bird to help them settle in. Scooter company Bird’s motorized scooters are now a daily part of the bustling crowds of students moving between classes. From Baltimore to Berkeley, ...

If you weren’t lucky enough to find a Dooley Cat hidden on campus during this year’s Dooley’s Week, don’t lose hope: the mastermind behind the eccentric felines plans to continue to drop his pieces around Atlanta. Emory University and Photo ...