Despite some ambivalence in carrying out its feminist goals, Living Walls incites community through controversy.
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Think of it like a wine pairing: What taste makes a nice match for that delectable art show you plan to visit next weekend?
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Atlanta’s sprawling geography can be a double-edged sword: Navigating from point A to point B is an often-frustrating chore, but at least there are some nice visual distractions along the way. Our city has more greenery than most, and even the gray industrial zones have their own bohemian appeal. This summer brought big rain for [...]