The verdict on 4 newcomers to Atlanta's dining scene

The Casablanca Bowl at Krog Street Market's Recess makes us swoon, and we're still questioning the concept of gourmet hot dogs at Ponce City Market's Drafts + Dogs.

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Where to eat local seafood on Georgia's coast

Seafood described as fresh and local at restaurants on the Georgia coast isn’t always so, despite close proximity to fishing grounds along the state’s 100-mile coastline. But here are a selection of standout restaurants that do serve Georgia seafood, including Sunbury Crab Company, Doo Dads, Desposito’s, and more.

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My Favorite House: A Druid Hills home with an untouched, classic exterior

“I love a big, white, brick house,” says Vivian Bencich, who founded architecture and interior design firm Square Feet Studio with her husband. 

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At Georgia's Arrendale State Prison, women inmates forge a bond by keeping bees

Master beekeeper Julia Mahood’s is the first female class in a statewide inmate beekeeping program that began in 2012. Now entering its third year, the facility’s beekeeping program is 25 women strong and provides students both a sense of community on the inside and the skills to start a career upon release.

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An Atlanta company made official socks for Shark Week's 30th Anniversary

Atlanta-based sock subscription company Sock Fancy teamed up with the Discovery channel to launch six pairs of colorful socks, featuring shark teeth, a Jaws-esque great white shark, and the new Shark Week mascot, Phin.

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The Evolution of T.I.

The Atlanta superstar rose to fame as a street-hardened rapper. For his next act, he wants to save Bankhead, the neighborhood that could've killed him.

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Georgia's Vanishing Coast: With stronger storms, higher tides, and rising sea levels, how high will the water go?

On the Georgia coast, which spans 100 miles between Savannah and St. Marys, two things have become apparent during the last decade: Climate change is coming, and it’s already here. If the last decade’s increased tidal flooding initiated a conversation about the changing sea, the hurricane double-header of 2016 and 2017 added a couple of exclamation points. But while the effects of storms will be more severe with climate change, Georgia’s vulnerability to them isn’t new.

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