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Leading Downtown’s Rediscovery

Over the course of 80+ years, CAP has worked behind the scenes, integrating ideas, building partnerships, and coordinating efforts to continually grow economic prosperity, elevate the quality of life and improve the image of Downtown Atlanta for businesses and the broader community. Initially…

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Your Next Home Could Be In… College Park

Where is it? If you want to be close to Downtown and the airport, then College Park is ideal. Just eight miles southwest of Atlanta and with a busy MARTA rail station located in the center of town, you could permanently park your…

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Around Town: From spy agency to environmentalist

As Lewis Regenstein tells it, his unusual career started with a small sign posted on the Emory University campus in 1965 or ‘66. At the time, Regenstein was studying business as a graduate student at Emory. He was thinking of changing his direction…

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A Century of Change, Inclusivity & Worship

  The exterior walls of Virginia-Highland Church hold messages that immediately separate this place of worship from most of its Atlanta peers. One sign beautifully draped in the colors of the LGBTQ+ rainbow flag, reads “A Just World For All,” while another reads…

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Warnock-Walker Senate race to be decided by runoff

Democratic U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker will square off in a Dec. 6 runoff that could decide whether the Senate will continue to be controlled by Democrats or whether the GOP wins a majority. With 100% of precincts across…

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