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  • Atlanta artist, cookbook author Matthew Terrell launches cooking show ‘Living the Dream’

    Atlanta-based artist Matthew Terrell has launched his latest project, “Living the Dream,” a new cooking and lifestyle show sponsored by a grant from Fulton County Arts & Culture. Episodes of the shwo, which Terrell describes as “Martha Stewart meets Peewee’s Playhouse,” will be streaming at GoddessBlessYou.com. Terrell previously published “The Magnolia Bayou Cookbook,” a fictional… The post Atlanta artist, cookbook author Matthew Terrell launches cooking show ‘Living the Dream’ appeared first on Atlanta Intown.

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  • Two big projects get revisions, suggestions from Midtown Development Review Committee

    During a virtual Midtown Development Review Committee meeting on April 13, Middle Street Partners returned with updates for its dual-tower project at 1081 Juniper Street, while Toll Brothers presented revisions for its project at 1018 West Peachtree Street. Middle Street Partners and Brock Hudgins Architects returned with updated plans based on feedback received last month… The post Two big projects get revisions, suggestions from Midtown Development Review Committee appeared first on Atlanta Intown.

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  • Experts assemble to make recommendations on future of Underground Atlanta

    After purchasing Underground Atlanta for $31.6 million last November, the Downtown property’s new owner is considering multifamily residential options, more retail and restaurants, and reactivating outdoor spaces. Those are some of the recommendations that came out of a recent three-day design charrette with some of Atlanta’s leading urban planners, architects, engineers and placemaking experts. The… The post Experts assemble to make recommendations on future of Underground Atlanta appeared first on Atlanta Intown.

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  • News Briefs: Armed robbery at Lenox Square; Northeast Trail segment completed; 25mph signs installed

    A woman was robbed at gunpoint in a parking area of Buckhead’s Lenox Square April 13 in the latest incident of violent crime that has dogged the luxury mall for over a year. According to an Atlanta Police Department report, the incident happened around 4:28 p.m. at the 3393 Peachtree Road mall. Before entering the… The post News Briefs: Armed robbery at Lenox Square; Northeast Trail segment completed; 25mph signs installed appeared first on Atlanta Intown.

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  • Chattahoochee Food Works begins soft opening phase on April 15

    Chattahoochee Food Works – the new food hall at The Works development on the Upper Westside – will begin a soft opening phase on Thursday, April 15. Hours for the food hall will be Monday through Sunday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. with bar hours Monday through Friday from noon to 10 p.m. and… The post Chattahoochee Food Works begins soft opening phase on April 15 appeared first on Atlanta Intown.

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  • New Worlds: Illuminarium will create ‘cinematic immersion’ on the BeltLine this summer

    Want to get up close with elephants, lions and giraffes on an African safari? How about taking a walk on the moon? Or maybe sip a cocktail inside a Rousseau painting? All of that will possible this July when Illuminarium Experiences opens on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail. Using the most advanced projection, sound, and… The post New Worlds: Illuminarium will create ‘cinematic immersion’ on the BeltLine this summer appeared first on Atlanta Intown.

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  • Publix supermarket coming to phase two of The Interlock in West Midtown

    A 42,154 square foot Publix supermarket is coming to phase two of The Interlock development in West Midtown, according to developer S.J. Collins Enterprises. “This will be a fantastic addition for West Midtown and we are thrilled to be able to bring Publix to this thriving location,” said Justin Latone, senior vice president of leasing… The post Publix supermarket coming to phase two of The Interlock in West Midtown appeared first on Atlanta Intown.

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  • Perspectives in Architecture: Crafting great experiences in Summerhill

    One of the oldest neighborhoods in Atlanta, former enslaved people made Summerhill their home in the late 1800s. This community thrived with retail activity and diversity from early 1900s to the 1950s. Numerous grocery stores, general merchandise establishments, and dry-cleaning stores, served Black and Jewish residents. In subsequent years, construction of the Interstate 20 interchange,… The post Perspectives in Architecture: Crafting great experiences in Summerhill appeared first on Atlanta Intown.

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  • Georgia suspends use of single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine after blood clot concerns

    The Georgia Department of Public Health is suspending use of the single-dose COVID-19 vaccine made by Johnson & Johnson/Janssen Pharmaceuticals Companies as federal authorities study reports of severe blood clots in six of the more than 6.8 million recipients. For people who have an appointment to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, DPH is working… The post Georgia suspends use of single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine after blood clot concerns appeared first on Atlanta Intown.

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  • Morningside Farmers Market celebrates new home with ‘Green Eggs & Jam’

    Now located in the Morningside Presbyterian Church parking lot at 1411 N. Morningside Drive, the Morningside Farmers Market is kicking off the spring season at its “Green Eggs & Jam” event on April 17 from 8 to 11:30 a.m. There will be breakfast prepared by Chef Cathy Conway of Avalon Catering, as well as organic… The post Morningside Farmers Market celebrates new home with ‘Green Eggs & Jam’ appeared first on Atlanta Intown.

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Bolt Posts

  • 7 Truths About CBD That May Change Your Perspective

    Ever since various governments worldwide legalized the sale and use of weed, you can find the product anywhere you go. Despite its increasing popularity, many people still don’t know what CBD is and what it does. Since you derive CBD from the hemp plant, many people have formed misconceptions about the herb. That said, this […] The post 7 Truths About CBD That May Change Your Perspective appeared first on Bolt Posts.

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  • Bee Role: A Buzzing Social Network Dedicated to Saving the Bees and Our Planet

    In a world where nothing is certain, one thing is for sure, the bees need our help. Bees play such a vital role in our day to day lives and the diminishing bee population is a stark warning that we need to take immediate action before it is too late. Without the essential work that […] The post Bee Role: A Buzzing Social Network Dedicated to Saving the Bees and Our Planet appeared first on Bolt Posts.

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  • Caresole Knee Sleeve Review

    In case you are experiencing any pain around your heel region. There are chances that this pain may result in plantar fasciitis pain. However, the treatment for this pain is not as complex as you think. You might be wondering that this pain involves visits to doctors. Then I suppose you might be wrong. You […] The post Caresole Knee Sleeve Review appeared first on Bolt Posts.

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  • How to Improve Internet Speed?

    You might have noticed a couple of times that the internet speed you’re paying for doesn’t match the internet speed you’re receiving, and while many people assume that this issue lies with the internet service provider, some reasons go beyond your local ISP. For your ease, we’ve listed down multiple ways you can instantly improve […] The post How to Improve Internet Speed? appeared first on Bolt Posts.

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  • The Best Free VPN Downloads In 2021

    Nowadays, downloading a VPN has been firmly extended in the past few days. However, in today’s world, people wish to work in a safe environment while keeping up with the entertainment of their choice. Along with this, a free VPN seems like a golden ticket. However, everyone loves to browse freely without being tracked, all […] The post The Best Free VPN Downloads In 2021 appeared first on Bolt Posts.

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  • The Top Gaming Tech of 2021

    Are you prepared for the gaming extravaganza that will be 2021? With a host of next-generation consoles and innovative tech on the market, it is sure to be a revolutionary year. To get prepared, you need to know what will be available.  To cut down on the noise, we have selected the must-know trends. Read […] The post The Top Gaming Tech of 2021 appeared first on Bolt Posts.

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  • Top 5 Places To Buy Bitcoin With PayPal

    In the past, it was quite arduous to buy bitcoin with PayPal. But thanks to changes in technology and the fact Bitcoin has moved more into the mainstream, Paypal has become an accepted method of buying Bitcoin. There are now a number of major platforms that allow you to use Paypal to purchase BTC. Many […] The post Top 5 Places To Buy Bitcoin With PayPal appeared first on Bolt Posts.

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  • What Are Sneaker Bots?

    No doubt there are thousands of people out there who love sneakers, back in time when sneakers were new in the market. People would go crazy to get the first pair of it. However, they would stand in a long queue to get their hands on the latest pair of sneakers. Then time evolved markets […] The post What Are Sneaker Bots? appeared first on Bolt Posts.

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  • What Are Sneaker Bots?

    No doubt there are thousands of people out there who love sneakers, back in time when sneakers were new in the market. People would go crazy to get the first pair of it. However, they would stand in a long queue to get their hands on the latest pair of sneakers. Then time evolved markets […] The post What Are Sneaker Bots? appeared first on Bolt Posts.

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Boston Herald

  • Flam: Here comes COVID’s fourth wave – or not

    So are we having a fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. or not? University of Minnesota’s Michael Osterholm has forecast a COVID “Category 5 hurricane” this spring. To some people, a look at hard-hit Michigan could justify this level of alarm. But Paul Offit of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia could also […]

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  • Celtics roll over Lakers, 121-113, for fifth straight win

    The Celtics fly home on Friday in a position some would have laughed at a week ago. They finished off their three-city western swing with a 121-113 run over the Lakers Thursday night, following up wins in Denver and Portland. The win was not only their fifth straight – it moved them into a tie […]

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  • Rask returns as Bruins rub out Islanders, 4-1

    Yes, Bruins fans, your team can indeed beat the New York Islanders. And when they play like they did on Thursday night at the Garden, they can do it quite impressively. After losing the first five matchups against the Islanders, the B’s got an early lead and this time never relinquished it, capturing a 4-1 […]

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  • Middleboro stakes claim to South Shore League title with rout of Abington

    MIDDLEBORO — In the days leading up to what would eventually be dubbed a de facto battle for the South Shore League title, there was a little bit of controversy as to who should be playing for supremacy atop the conference. After the events of Thursday night, it appears the debate is officially over. When […]

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  • Duxbury returns to field after one-month hiatus to edge Scituate

    SCITUATE — Despite being on a one-month hiatus, Matt Festa looked right in midseason form. In Duxbury’s first game back since being caught using anti-Semitic language during blocking adjustments at the line of scrimmage, Festa threw for 354 yards and three touchdowns as the Dragons edged out Scituate, 20-13, in a Patriot League crossover on […]

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  • Celtics Notebook: Rob Williams out with knee soreness

    The Celtics have been holding back players all year over health concerns, and Rob Williams has another to add to the list. The center missed Thursday night’s game against the Lakers with what was described as left knee soreness and swelling. Brad Stevens said there was “a little” swelling in the back of Williams’ knee, […]

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  • One Boston Day Events

    BOSTON MA. APRIL 15: Gov. Charlie Baker and Acting Mayor Kim Janey place a wreath at the site of the Boston Marathon Bombing Memorial on One Boston Day, on the eighth anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, on April 15, 2021 in Boston, MA. (Staff Photo By Nancy Lane/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) BOSTON MA. APRIL 15: Daffodils at a memorial at the site of the second of two bombs that went off at the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon as she attends One Boston Day events on the eighth anniversary of the marathon bombings on April 15, 2021 in Boston, MA. (Staff Photo By Nancy Lane/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA. APRIL 15, 2021: Marathon bombing survivors Joselyn Perez, foreground left, and her mother Sara Valverde-Perez, right, are embraced by loved ones Susana Hunter,…

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  • Natick controls both sides of ball to dominate rival Framingham

    NATICK — Twice it had to be rescheduled, but for No. 5 Natick, the outcome proved well worth the wait. Facing off in the 115th edition of their historic rivalry against Framingham on Thursday night, rainy and cold conditions couldn’t stop the Redhawks from taking full control on both sides of the ball for a […]

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  • New Hampshire goes mask-free with summer tourism expected to be ‘huge’

    The Granite State is now mask-free, with Gov. Chris Sununu telling the Herald that summer tourism will be huge.

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  • Red Sox Notebook: Alex Cora ejected after brutal call, Garrett Richards believes in ‘confident group’

    Alex Cora doesn’t often show emotion, but he had no choice late in the Red Sox’ loss to the Twins on Thursday.

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