People occasionally duck into Song Won’s Pro Cleaners to ask her about the large tree in the parking lot behind the dry cleaning store on North Highland Ave. NE. The thing behind her store, however, is no tree. It’s a cell tower constructed to look like a tree.
“The tree is kind of interesting,” she said. “I tell customers, these are antennas. It’s not a tree. They take pictures.” Continue reading
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Avondale Estates, Georgia, is a small city about six miles east of downtown Atlanta. In a commercial strip just outside the city limits, Joe Rogers Sr. and Tom Forkner opened a small restaurant they called “Waffle House.” The building where the pair opened their restaurant in 1955 is now the Waffle House Museum.
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What would you do if you lived in a dense urban neighborhood that is zoned R-60 (a single-family residential district) and your neighbor had nearly 30 chickens, two ducks, an adult turkey, three pygmy goats, two dogs, two cats, a turtle, and some fish?
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