This is going to be hard to believe—the new plan seems to create better and more parking options to accommodate our many visitors while taking into account residents’ quality of life. Quit yer scoffing and consider.
"If we cut the public funding for basic research, it’s going to be very difficult to maintain the standards of knowledge in our society."
Jim Reed and Phillips Reynolds Price have co-founded the new social action organization, which not only makes a fabulous hashtag but stages events and sells swag to benefit the American Civil Liberties Union and the Southern Poverty Law Center.
I’ve always bragged that I’d rather be considered weird than pretty, but walking around this world with messed up teeth isn’t a social statement, it’s a liability.
The partners presented their plan to the Zoning Board of Appeals last week. They were met with vociferous opposition from representatives of the Thomas Square Neighborhood Association.
What was once a forlorn patch of weeds under the Talmadge Bridge will be transformed into a public park bustling with bands, food trucks and visual art, a testament to the possibilities and potential of climbing outside the proverbial boring box.
St. Baldrick's, the mass shaving event in City Market, raises money to treat childhood cancer
"OH MY GOD, you look like a thumb," cried my mother.
This Wednesday, March 8, organizers have called for a united action to bring attention to the value of women—our unrecognized labor, our creative contributions and our hard-earned, 79-cents-to-every-one-a man-earns-dollars—by way of our absence.