It is often assumed that during the American Civil War, Atlanta was destroyed by fires set by the Union Army as General Sherman led his troops on to the sea. That is only partially true. ...
Say what you will about the man but he certainly found a way to get people to remember his name.
Water has always been at the heart of any community, especially a landlocked one such as Atlanta.
A former medical director of Georgia’s largest hospital shares a connection with one of the hospital’s well-known physicians
There was no question which Atlanta theater would host the world premiere of Gone With the Wind
Among the more recognizable features of larger buildings constructed in the early twentieth century were the ornamental design elements that often gave buildings their personalities. The material of choice for these elements was terra cotta ...
It wasn’t exactly the trade of the century but, in 1948, it did make baseball history
Above all of his accomplishments, he will be remembered as a tireless advocate for social justice.
It only took one year as a lawyer to convince an Atlanta attorney that his destiny was not the practice of law.
You might be surprised at what becomes of one man's idea a a place to go to get away from it all.
They became the most recognized set of musical notes in the nation and they originated right here in Atlanta.
No one imagined that the small business operated by a Georgian Tech student in a ballroom of the Georgian Terrace Hotel would one day become a national sensation.