Atlanta

During the summer of 2010 a friend of mine and I were confronted by the Albuquerque Police Department. The crime? Feeding the homeless. The police told us it was illegal to feed the homeless without a permit and asked us ...

When talking about food, ‘medium rare’ refers to cooking meat so the outside is browned with just a hint of red in the middle, striving to provide the perfect combination of tenderness and flavor. This column, much like its namesake, ...

With 9:59 left in the fourth quarter, J.R. Smith drained his eighth three of the game, extending the Cavaliers lead to 18. “Its kind of hard when I was hitting the shots that I was hitting to pass the ball” ...

There’s a music festival coming to Atlanta next month that will actually focus on music. Founder of alternative rock Shaky Knees Festival Tim Sweetwood said in an interview with the Consequence of Sound blog that the festival, which will take ...

I like to ride my bike. I ride my bike for leisure and exercise. But I also bike to go places around this campus. Biking is thus my practical means of transportation. In my “life-world” biking makes sense as a ...

While the image of the “starving artist” may be the stereotype that many people picture at the mention of an artistic career, two Emory University graduate students have turned that image on its head, proving that it is possible to ...

When talking about food, ‘medium rare’ refers to cooking meat so the outside is browned with just a hint of red in the middle, striving to provide the perfect combination of tenderness and flavor. This column, much like its namesake, ...

Atlanta, sporting the nickname “Hotlanta,” earns some notoriety for its often blazing heat during the summer. But Southwest Airlines wants you to remember it by a different name: “Heartlanta.” Southwest, which recently completed its integration with AirTran Airways (a process ...

Metro Atlanta is choking under the weight of its own success. Traffic here is frequently compared to the legendary gridlock in the significantly larger Los Angeles, but we can only expand interstate lanes so much until we run out of ...