In case you missed it, here is our weekly newsletter. It goes to our subscribers on Friday lunchtime. You can register on our newsletter subscription page.
This week we hosted a Sandy Springs Candidate Forum in partnership with the Sandy Springs Perimeter Chamber, WABE and the Atlanta Civic Circle. Among the topics, Sandy Springs mayoral candidates discussed vaccines and the city council spoke about affordable housing and diversity.
Next Tuesday, October 5th, we’re organizing a Brookhaven Candidate Forum in collaboration with the Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce. Register here for the virtual event.
We have also created election guides for each of the communities we support:
I also write about letters I’ve received from the community in our October issues. It was great to be in contact with many of you. Have a nice weekend!
Where can you see autumn leaves
Maybe it’s time for a road trip. In the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, leaves are expected to peak a little earlier than usual, and a showy display should be featured in North Georgia in mid-October. Continue reading.
Botica opens new location at Phipps Plaza
Botica, a Mexican and Spanish restaurant, will open a new location in the Phipps Plaza shopping center in Buckhead. Continue reading.
TOP 5 SOMETHING
Five pop-up restaurants in Atlanta
Sam Flemming is a retired social media entrepreneur, world traveler, and food lover. He started a platform to showcase pop-up food events across the city. Flemming shares its top 5 pop-up locations, including a brewery in Sandy Springs. Continue reading.
Here are more of the week’s top stories:
The wild days of radio in Atlanta
Transform 285/400 to affect Dunwoody traffic
Sandy Springs holds information meetings for the TSPLOST vote
State Senators support the City of Buckhead’s efforts
Dunwoody Village buffer dispute resolved through reallocation
‘Paint the Park’ returns in Brookhaven’s Blackburn Park