It’s that time of year again. If you’re a black gay or lesbian with a predilection for Spock ears and a passion for college football, your ship has come in. … Continue Reading Atlanta’s freakiest weekend
Ever since starting this blog 10 years ago (time flies when you have few readers) I’ve been railing against the city’s stubborn refusal to synchronize its traffic signals, something it … Continue Reading Is Atlanta about to get less clusterfucky?
For years I’ve wondered about the post-modern grain silo overlooking the Downtown Connector at Freedom Parkway. Curbed Atlanta says the residence, zoned for commercial use, is available for $3.5 million. … Continue Reading An Atlanta mystery solved
Today the rest of the country got to see our serially defensive mayor in action. I’ve compared him before to his predecessor, Shirley Franklin, and for that I apologize. Kasim … Continue Reading I told you he was thin-skinned
So we paid the IOC’s bounty for the ’96 Olympics to get a park downtown where one day the Zac Brown Band would perform? Thanks for the memories, Billy Payne. … Continue Reading The spirit of Atlanta
How else to explain his deathbed conversion on publicly financed stadiums? “… At the end of the day, there was simply no way the [Braves were] going to stay in … Continue Reading Kasim Reed thinks you’re stupid
Mayor Reed Responds to Second Misleading AJC Column On Public Property Vending ATLANTA – Mr. Wingfield, you wrote today that I “can’t handle a little criticism, or the truth.” I can handle … Continue Reading The mayor doth protest A LOT
Whenever I’m driving around Atlanta there is inevitably a situation that makes me curse the city’s planning department, or, more accurately, their predecessors. Apparently Atlanta’s poor planning is no secret … Continue Reading ‘Atlanta’s a mess’
Not to mention black gay and lesbians — all converging on downtown Atlanta this weekend.
Atlanta has some of the worst surface streets in the nation (along with its unsynchronized traffic lights), creating an urban clusterfuck with few peers. If city leaders are ever going … Continue Reading No more excuses