Episode 49: Return to Buford Highway
We had a great time making the last Buford Highway podcast, so we went back for more. We hit Pho Dai Loi 2, Plaza Fiesta, and the Orient Plaza. All along the way we ate great food at good prices. Listen here or download it from itunes Topics include: proper pho eating technique, old-fashioned bottle designs, and the ethics of turduckens Durian shake Plaza Fiesta And from our...
Episode 48: Cabbagetown Chai
You’ve probably spied your fellow coffee-shop patrons sipping spice-flecked beverages with happy smiles on their faces. You may have even been one of these happy customers. For this week’s podcast, we bring you the story behind the company Cabbagetown Chai. Founded in Atlanta’s Cabbagetown neighborhood, Cabbagetown Chai is committed to creating a delicious natural drink and...
Finally, a Buford Highway Map!
At long last, someone has created a digital map of Buford Highway! Mad props to the blogger behind EatBufordHighway for making this dream a reality. Click here to see the map in action, go eat something delicious, and get pumped for our Buford Highway Podcast Part II next week! (get up to speed with Part I, here)
Episode 47: Return to Atlanta
As a teenager in Atlanta, Zeus Henderson would drive around with a camera and Super8 taking stock of everything he saw. Decades later, he’s resumed his project, returning to those same places to see what’s changed. What started as a hobby has turned into an amazing documentary project which Zeus showcases on his blog, Return to Atlanta. In his detailed blog posts, he posts side-by-side...
CouchCouch: Lost 'o New Things →
couchcouch: CouchCouch is back. After a short sabbatical in Canada’s upper tundra, we’ve found our way back to good old HOTLANTA to thaw our frozen toes, sip some hot cocoa and get this mother back into motion. With Melanie Turner, Henry Detweiler, and Tyler Barnard overseeing the scheduling and hosting of… YES
NPR did a story yesterday on a website that is very similar to the subject of this week’s podcast. NPR interviewed the young man behind Dear Photograph, a blog in which people transpose old photographs on the original location for a new photo. photo from Dear Photograph Listen to the story here, and tune in tomorrow to hear about Return to Atlanta, a blog that juxtaposes photos of...
The 10th Annual Kirkwood Spring Fling
This weekend is the 10th Annual Kirkwood Spring Fling! The event starts with a 5k Saturday morning and continues with a tour of historic homes, live music, and much more. Be sure to check it out!
Episode 46: ATL Bite Life
When Nick Love’s Suntrust account informed him that he’d spent 45% of his income eating out, he knew he had a problem. He decided to take action… and thus, his blog ATL Bite Life was born. In ATL Bite Life, this Atlanta native combines his music industry experience with his love for good food. The blog features music and food news as well as videos of him sharing a meal with...
Episode 45: David Stephens, puppeteer
It’s not every episode that gives you the chance to hear from a puppet and his creator. Luckily for you, we got a chance to sit down with David Stephens, the master puppeteer behind All Hands Productions, and his puppet Norbert. I think it’s safe to say, this is our first interview with someone on muppet wikia (here). This episode is also full of David’s banjo skills. Listen...