Category Archives: Downtown

Broad Street Recognized

Nice little write-up on the wonderful StreetsBlog featuring the newly-pedestrian-only section of Broad St. downtown. I remember back in the early 2000’s when the city first started closing it down for “Friday Wind Down”, they would fill the street with … Continue reading

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See the old Underground one more time

You have one last chance to see the old Underground before WRS really starts updating it. Deer Bear Wolf is doing a show in the old Dante’s space and parts of the main Underground area around the old Micks http://www.deerbearwolf.com/news/2018/3/8/captain-hook-invades-underground-atlantaContinue reading

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How did Portman do it?

The recent passing of John Portman has led me to a lot of thinking about what parts of Atlanta he saved and what he could be said to have destroyed. Arguably, downtown would have completely turned into cement bunkers, surface … Continue reading

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Creative Loafings library in the old Rich’s Department store on south Peachtree

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Lost on Spring Street

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Asking too much?

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Links for today – transit and Olympics

Nice little write-up from Saporta Report about the state of MARTA train cars: MARTA’s trains are old. They’re to reach their lifespan in 2021. Each vehicle received a mid-life overhaul at some point between 2005 and 2008, a solicitation shows. … Continue reading

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