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Housewarming Gifts on a Budget

Moving into a new home can be both an exciting and nerve-wracking experience. It’s hard to let go of what’s familiar and hop into something new. It’s even harder having to move all your furniture from one place...

Homeless Youth Need Homes Too

“It can happen to anyone — never second guess your privileges,” said 20-year-old acting student Ian Woodard regarding the epidemic of homelessness. Woodard is currently in programs at Lost-n-Found (LnF), an Atl...

Fix-“her” Upper

Kris Zimmermann and Amber Bradshaw have a unique take on living life together and it’s evident when you walk into their East Village two-story home. From the outside, Zimmermann admits it’s a fixer-upper, but o...

Real Estate Red Flags

Murphy’s Law means that no fewer than 300,000,000 things can go wrong with a home you just bought. If you’re observant enough, you can avoid a few of them. Here’s what you need to check before you buy — feel fr...

Tiny Living in the Atl

With the newest tiny house trend, minimalism goes to the next level with houses smaller than some of our bedrooms. It’s easy to think we could never downsize to just a couple hundred square feet, but according ...

Where Have All the Gayborhoods Gone?

Growing up as a black youth on the city’s south side, Spencer Hayes would’ve never imagined calling one of Atlanta’s most affluent and whitest neighborhoods home. Yet decades later, the black gay real estate ag...

Vetting your Doc

Moving to a new city can be a stressful venture. As you settle into your home, the tiny tasks at hand can start to pile up including finding healthcare providers to keep you on the road to a healthier life. Whi...

Demand Medicaid Expansion at Cover Georgia Day

Join Georgia Equality and partners at Cover Georgia Day this Thursday (February 28) from 8:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. to encourage lawmakers to expand Medicaid to give low-income Georgians coverage.According to C...