Stan Thangaraj on the city and the communities he loves, in an ocean of tragedy.

What is it like to see your city bombed out, like London during the Blitz, yet more or less intact?

Georgia State’s Kell Hall was a mystifying yet charmingly awful symbol of the university’s long ramp from the swamps to the stars.

When seen simply as a stream of incoming sales data, Atlanta can look like a city rising up or population left behind, depending on your point of view.

By adopting a fine-grained, street-level perspective, we can see how everyday individuals have helped to shape the history of our city, says historian Marni Davis.

There are perfect songs (depending on one’s taste, perhaps “Like a Rolling Stone,” “Crazy,” or “Paranoid”) and there […]

To take a bibliography of southern history on its face, one could conclude that urban planning never touched […]

I think I first heard of Lana Del Rey because of her widely-panned first appearance on SNL in […]