A third developer takes a stab at reinventing the historic community centerpiece — with promises made, residents wait and watch expectantly
High stakes remain for West End’s art scene
How a big heart and strategic wardrobe changes helped him pull off the magic
See how the November 30 runoff election candidates for Mayor, District 3, and District 4 responded to questions from west side Atlanta community members.
The past and future of RDA’s Black-owned businesses
How students, parents and staff are grappling with a new learning reality
As COVID-19 threatens plans for the neighborhood’s Black commercial center, businesses hang in the balance
How 822 Oak Street forever changed my life
How the neighborhood’s artists are adapting to the COVID-19 era
The future for Black farmers in West End and beyond looks just as unstable as the present
City officials deemed water sales along highway exits a nuisance and a threat. But for one West End teenager, the hustle is a way to make money and to stay out of jail.
Presenting Canopy Atlanta’s guide to the community, featuring parks, youth programs, beloved landmarks, and more
A frank discussion on how the right to abortion touches on health care access and bodily autonomy. From Courageous Conversations, a new Canopy Atlanta series.
Reflecting on what we reported on in South DeKalb, and what’s to come for our future community coverage
Here’s this week from Atlanta Documenters, powered by Canopy Atlanta.
Four formerly incarcerated people share their truths about whether they’ll ever be considered citizens again.
South DeKalb residents returning home from prison must travel outside DeKalb County to figure out their reentry. Why is that?
To better understand how folks find their way in Atlanta and why they stay, Amiri Banks dives deep into the bedroom community of South DeKalb.
For some, mention of the Eastside invokes its rap stars like Future. For one resident, its biggest assets are places like the Michelle Obama Trail
The West African restaurant feels like home to so many. The tasty turkey tail and cassava leaf soup will tell you why.
Visualize the Bankhead and Grove Park area with landmarks plus resources for local schools, mental health, food banks and more!
At a youth support group off I-85, Arab American kids describe how war thousands of miles away is impacting their lives.
For decades, the phrase has embodied Atlanta’s tale of two cities. But the narrative is changing