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Women of Sweet Auburn

When we share the history of Atlanta, so many stories are focused on men. I myself was guilty...until a women's real estate group asked me to tell the stories of the women of Aubur...

The Columbians

The first post-World War II, Neo-Nazi group in America organized right here in Atlanta. Only in formal existence for one year, the Columbians were still able to inflict fear, hatre...

Did you know that Peachtree Street was once lined with the grand mansions of Atlanta's elite? And did you know that only six are left (five in their original locations)? This week,...

They share a name, yet demonstrate two different Atlanta suburban development styles - the streetcar and the automobile. With a few homes dating back 150 years, these two Atlanta n...

Nellie Peters Black

The legacy of women's influence in Atlanta earliest history is not always tangible. There's no downtown office building, no company that still bears their name - but even in those ...

Grady Hospital

The cornerstone at Atlanta's first public hospital was laid without the funds to actually finish building it! Finally opened in 1892, it's been serving the city for the last 127 ye...

Vinings

Until last week, I had NO clue this unincorporated Cobb County enclave was actually 'ITP'...but that's not the only surprise that Vinings has to offer. Beginning with the Cherokee,...

John Wesley Dobbs

There is street named for him and a giant bust on Auburn Avenue...but do you really know what he's done? From a rough childhood to railway mail clerk, Grandmaster Mason, husband, f...

Atlanta Crackers

The Crackers may sound familiar, but what about the Osceolas, Atlantans, Firecrackers, Windjammers, Deppens, Cubs and Panthers? This week, I’m talking about the parallel worlds o...

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