November 9th, 2011

Episode 22: Angel Poventud, man about town

The man, the myth, the legend: Angel Poventud.  He’s your official CSX conductor and your unofficial guide to the Beltline.  We sat down at Manuel’s Tavern to talk about Angel’s Atlanta.  He told us how he got involved in the city and what he spends his spare time doing.  It’s worth a listen.

Topics include: graffiti on trains, Trees Atlanta, the Atlanta cycling community, Peachtree creek, and rollerblades

Listen here or download us on itunes

You can follow Angel on twitter here.

November 6th, 2011

Podcast Preview: Angel Poventud


It’s extremely unlikely this is the first time you’ve heard of this guy.  If somehow that is the case, Angel Poventud is the quintessential “man about town” in Atlanta.  Someone you know knows him, guaranteed.  When he’s not riding the rails, he’s riding his bike, or walking the Beltline, or well, you get the picture.  Angel Poventud is everywhere.  In Wednesday’s episode you can find out more about what brought him to our fair city and where he thinks the city is going next.

October 31st, 2011

Classic ATL

You guys remember Movies Worth Seeing?  It’s good to know Videodrome is still alive and well.  With the King of Pops parked on the next corner and Manuel’s just across, the corner of North Ave. and Highland is a one-stop shop!

August 22nd, 2011

Forget Elvis

Some folks revere “the King” and want to travel to Graceland.  Others sing Michael Jackson in the shower and imitate his dance moves on the floor.  Here in Atlanta, when it comes to kings, no one tops King of Pops, with their specialty flavors and amazing cooling ability.  Find them all over town.

June 8th, 2011

Episode 2: Street Food Thursday

This podcast gives you a little taste of the huge street food movement happening in Atlanta these days.  We talked to a lot of the food trucks and some satisfied customers.  Check it out for yourself on Thursdays at the Woodruff Arts Center from 11am to 2pm.  

Listen here or on itunes.

topics include:

Atlanta Street Food Coalition, King of Pops - the hierarchy of the monarchy, the newness of street food to Atlanta, and how Rattletrap Coffee’s bringing back the barter system.*

*At one point, Lilly almost introduces herself as Elizabeth.  Did you catch it?

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