For the past 20-plus years, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Pulse Magazine has been hitting the mailboxes of the region’s top healthcare professionals. And while the lifestyle magazine will no longer be printed, Pulse will go on beating—through the AJC.com Digital Hub, monthly Pulse Plus email newsletter and, of course, on Facebook and Twitter.
The city of Atlanta held its first Day of Religious Pluralism on Thursday, marking the 51st anniversary of the death of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. with a continued mission to deepen Atlantans’ understanding of one another, and to promote a safe, respectful and inclusive city.
With early voting kicking off in Georgia this week, you might be wondering how politically engaged the state really is. How many folks are actually turning out to vote?
Sheena Bosket was in her therapist’s office earlier this year when she unraveled her history with sexual assault. She first opened up about being molested at age 8, then about being assaulted twice as an adult.
For Bosket and many others, #MeToo has given her the courage to share her experiences aloud.
When Farhan Momin was seven years old, he’d play assistant to mom in the kitchen, given the responsibility of cutting up fresh vegetables — with a kid-friendly knife, of course. Now the 25-year-old Duluth native, a dental student, is in the running to be the next “MasterChef.”
Luxury fitness brand SoulCycle, known for its cult following of rockstar riders like Lady Gaga, is opening its first Georgia studio in Atlanta.
Thinking of jump-starting your career in Atlanta?
According to a new analysis from personal finance website WalletHub, the metro is one of the top places in the United States to lay the foundation for recent grads or any folks entering the job market.
The Fox Theatre’s highly anticipated Marquee Club, complete with multiple bars, Moroccan-style lounges and rooftop views of Atlanta’s iconic Peachtree Street, will finally open its doors to the public this month.
A ceremonial grand opening for inaugural members is scheduled for Thursday May 17, with non-member access launching Saturday, May 19.
The $10 million 10,000-square-foot event space renovation marks its most significant expansion and its biggest financial undertaking since the popular theater opened in 1929.
When 26-year-old comedian Yedoye Travis tweeted last June about being the next host on Nickelodeon’s “Blue’s Clues” revamp, he didn’t think anyone would take him seriously.
“They said if I get enough retweets they will bring back Blue's Clues and I can be Steve,” he captioned a photo of him sitting in the famous “Blue’s Clues” chair at Viacom studios in New York, where Travis was shooting a separate project for Comedy Central. The tweet went viral.