Piers on either side of Pinestream Road at West Paces Ferry Road once perfectly framed the Calhoun house, also known as Trygveson and the Pink…
During my less-than-stellar baseball career in Bagley Park, the park’s name changed seemingly overnight.
On its busiest day of the year, one of Buckhead’s oldest businesses moved for the first time.
Something is amiss in downtown Atlanta.
The scariest place in Georgia during the summer was the pool at Josh Powell Camp.
When the old Brookwood Hotel came down in 1982, one of the more sordid chapters in Buckhead history came to a close.
When George Walton, Lyman Hall and Button Gwinnett signed their names to the Declaration of Independence in 1776, Atlanta didn’t exist, nor wa…
Robert Charles "Charlie" Loudermilk Sr. dies from stroke complications
It’s past time to return Bagley’s name to park
Police: Three men arrested for attempted home invasion
One of Buckhead’s oldest retailers puts down roots in fertile space
High Museum's new education director aims to strengthen programs, diversity
When William Howard Taft swung through Atlanta in early 1909, the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce held a black-tie dinner in his honor at the bran…
Any church service has a lot of moving parts.
Jimmy Carter scanned the riverbank with a pair of binoculars from an island in the middle of the Chattahoochee.
As far as I know, no one shed a tear when an excavator tore through a popular high school hangout a few months ago.
I’ve made no secret of my circuitous journey through school, culminating in not knowing whether I graduated until I got back to my seat at my …
F.M. ‘Buster’ Bird could have lived anywhere he wanted in Atlanta.
Early in my career, I wasn’t sure I had made the right choice.
Buckhead encompasses about 28 square miles and is home to more than 103,000 individuals. During the average weekday, the population booms to a…
I haven’t walked through the doors of many churches.
“Once you learn to read, you will forever be free.”
I learned from Franklin Garrett’s history of Atlanta, “Atlanta and Environs,” my great-great-great grandad George Washington Adair was at the …
For around 140 years, trains have crossed Peachtree Creek on a timber trestle.
To Sam Massell, traffic was good, every problem led to a solution and there was no such thing as a stranger.
Despite the sound and fury, the effort to de-annex Buckhead from the city landed in the dust bin.
I try to be agnostic when it comes to social media.
If Buckhead is a solar system, the home of Robert Maddox was its sun.
Development and growth have all but erased the names of several Black Buckhead community leaders.
A medium-sized bell sat on top of a tall post off the front porch of an old house on Northside Drive in Sandy Springs.
The story of the southwest corner of Peachtree and Pharr roads in Buckhead is filled with dizzying highs and humbling lows.
Chastain Park has long provided sustenance for the community’s mind, body and soul.