Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Suburban Plaza Bowling is Closing

 Over at, Dena Mellick a contributor has reported updates on Suburban Plaza redevelopment.
Part of the update is that the Suburban Plaza Bowling alley is closing in April and maybe a bookstore will take up 9000 sq ft of that space.

Other stores that have signed a lease in the redevelopment are Walmart, LA Fitness, and Jo-Ann Fabric, HomeGoods and Craft Stores.
Read all about it at

Sunday, January 25, 2015


 Sent in by
Once again Mizuno presents the Decatur Education Foundation Tour deCatur on 3.14.15 (aka Pi Day)!
Event includes a 5k/1-mile fun run/Tot Trot

ALL proceeds benefit children and youth across Decatur through the programs of the Decatur Education Foundation.

We are opening registration a week earlier than planned to be sure everyone has time to register at the early bird prices.  Visit for information and the link to register online.
 (paper forms available soon)

Need a reminder of how great this community event is OR are you a first time Tour deCatur participant?  Check out this cool video from last year's event created by our talented friend Lance Dreesen of
Giant Leap Media Productions.
Tour deCatur - Decatur Education Foundation from Lance Dreesen on Vimeo.

New this year: 3 chances to pick-up your number and shirt before race day including at the first every
Tour deCatur Expo presented by Gas South. 

Registration here

Teenage Girl Pulled Off $ 4 Million Hong Kong Diamond Heist

 This story have Hollywood movie written all over it.

Police say they are searching for four diamond thieves after the theft of a diamond necklace worth more than $4.6 million in Hong Kong, Agence France-Presse reports. One of the thieves is reportedly a girl between 12 and 14 years old.

The three adults posed as "big spenders" to distract the shop's employees, an unnamed police source told the South China Morning Post.

Meanwhile, the girl stole a key to open the cabinet containing the necklace—"embedded with more than 30 diamonds totalling about 100 carats," the Post's source said—and lifted it off the display bust.

The other thieves, two women and one man, are all estimated to be aged between 30 and 40 years old. The four reportedly remained in the shop for about a half-hour before leaving without buying anything.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Decatur Farmers Market News

10 a.m. – 1 p.m. (Jan. – Mar.) 
9 a.m. – 1 p.m. (Apr. – Dec.)

The Saturday location is just a block south off the square at 498 N McDonough St, Decatur GA 30030. Same block as Decatur High School. You can find available parking on the street, in the lot by the square, or the lot around the corner at W. Trinity Place and Commerce Dr. 

ALSO SOMETHING NEW: Now you can also order online and pick-up.  see below for details.

Decatur Farmers Market is excited to announce the launch of the brand new Decatur locally grown site! This is online...

Our Mission:

Our mission is to develop and strengthen farmers markets for long term sustainability and meaningful community impact, with a focus on building a stronger local food system.

Why Support Locally Grown?

Enhance local economy:
By purchasing produce and other items from local growers you are providing stability to your local economy through the support of local businesses.
Save natural resources:
Buying locally makes you an invaluable link in the process of saving resources such as fossil fuels and packaging materials. Also, we are right here in your community so the expense of transportation and delivery is kept to a minimum.
Provide learning opportunities:
Locally Grown supporters provide member growers the means to help educate our community about the importance of sustainable agriculture
Supporting a way of life:
The number of small farms in the United States has decreased dramatically in the last decade. Please help us preserve an honest and worthy means of making a living.

Ordering Options:

By using this site you get to order what you want, in the quantities you want, from the vendors you love the most! The Friday emails will list the products available for each week and you can always browse the website before you order.

How does it work?

Every Friday an email is sent to anyone who has signed up for an account with Decatur Locally Grown. Ordering will open when the email is sent and will remain open through 7pm on Monday evening. Growers will harvest and pack orders on Tuesdays and Wednesday mornings.
Order pick up is every Wednesday, between 3pm-6pm, at La Calavera Bakery, 747 E. College Ave, Decatur, GA, 30030.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Conan & Archer Battle Russian Mobsters

Fernbank Museum is Expanding


Fernbank Museum is Expanding

Imagine being able to enjoy the Museum’s immersive, fun and engaging programs in the great outdoors. Soon, that will be a reality.

We are excited to announce that the Fernbank experience is expanding to the great outdoors, featuring 10 acres of all-new experiences, environments and activities set in the natural woodlands adjacent to the Museum—just off the Terrace. These experiences, expected to open in the summer of 2016,* will feature fun, educational, family-friendly and inspiring ways to explore and enjoy nature.

Incredible new experiences will include:

    Dramatic vantage points high in the trees
    Extraordinary landscapes along a five-story change in elevation
    Footpaths winding through rugged, ever-changing terrain
    Spectacular tree pod experiences
    Imaginative play areas
    Immersive ground trails
    Unique sensory stations
    Elevated adventure nets
    Hands-on water cycle activities
    A restored wetland
    An education pavilion
    A simulated archaeology dig
    Elevated walkways

learn more

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

2015 Decatur Postcard Project

The 2015 Decatur Postcard Project is looking for artists, students, residents, businesses and members of the community who would like to submit images that reflect different aspects of the city. If you have photos or other artwork that captures the essence of what Decatur is all about and would like to share, send in your work. Submissions are welcome from all ages.

A jury will select six pieces that best represent Decatur for a set of postcards, which will go on sale in May. The cards will be available at the Decatur Visitors Center and local retailers.

Keep in mind as you select your entries: brides like to use the postcards for wedding “Save the Dates” and parents like to use them for children’s thank you notes.

Submission deadline: Friday, March 27, 2015.
more here.

Monday, January 19, 2015

IRONMAN CHESS CLUB @ North Dekalb Mall Tuesday Jan. 20



Where: North Dekalb Mall Food Court
Tuesday, January 20 (6:30 pm - 9 pm)
Join Championship Chess the first and third Tuesday of every month in the food court for free!

Coach Tim "The Ironman" Brookshear and other coaches will be on hand during the event. All ages are welcome!

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Friday, January 16, 2015

37th Annual Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival

The location and date for the festival is confirmed at the Yaarab Shrine Center for Feb 6-8, 2015.
    You'll find jugglers, unicyclists, hoopers, kendama, live music and family fun for all ages at the annual Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival. Know how to juggle? Want to pick up a few new tricks? Just like to watch and maybe learn how to juggle? Check out the fun at previous festivals. Ask at the registration table if you'd like a free juggling lesson. We're always happy to teach others.

    Competition for the famous PHIL award happens Saturday at 2 PM. Rules for the juggling competition are simple -- each competitor has 4 minutes, anything goes (NO FIRE!). Judges are selected from the audience and their only qualification is "no knowledge of juggling".

    Competitor must be registered for the festival and must sign up and pay for the competition before the cut-off time which is noon on Saturday (or when 12 have signed up).  The first 12 competitors are guaranteed a slot, we have two stand-bys in case someone drops out last minute--if show time allows, we let all 14 compete but cannot guarantee the stand-bys. Sign-up starts at 10 AM on Saturday.  No sign-ups on Friday night.

    Time limit is 4 minutes. Presentation must be on the stage which is (unfortunately) carpeted and there must be juggling (manipulating more objects than hands used) at least once in the 4-minute routine.

    Music on CD or thumb-drive (mp3 format) must be presented at the competitors meeting at 1 PM on Saturday --that is where you'll find out what music the other competitors plan to use--nothing keeps anyone from using any music, even if someone else is using the same.  Just remember this is a family event and choose appropriate music for children to hear.

    At the end of the competition the three judges retire for a maximum of 10 minutes to decide three winners.  Judges assign the appropriate category (Most Amazing, Most Stupendous, Most Spectacular, etc -- changes every year) to the winner.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Doraville GM Plant Update

The General Motors assembly plant in Doraville shuttered in 2008. Since then, the hulking, nearly empty beast, has served as a reminder to motorists along I-285 of metro Atlanta and America's past life as an industrial and manufacturing powerhouse.

Traces of the lettering on the main office remain. A sign warning visitors not to bring unauthorized chemicals still stands at the worker entrance. Grass sprouts through cracks in the vast parking lot.

In several months, most of these remnants will be gone. A construction worker last Friday hopped behind the controls of a trackhoe and ripped a chunk of bricks from the plant's midcentury office building, drawing applause from media, civic leaders, and developers. After shattered hopes and failed efforts to re-imagine the megasite, developers are promising that the 165-acre property, once teeming with activity, would hum again. The vision: a walkable and transit-connected residential and business hub, almost 30 acres larger than Atlantic Station, that could bring new parks, restaurants, and other amenities — not to mention a sense of place, something lacking in the 10,603-person community.

"It's going to give us a sense of meaning," says Doraville Mayor Donna Pittman. "It'll put us on the map."
read rest at

photo credit: flickr member Exit to Future World

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Decatur City Schools on Top 10 Best School Districts List

Buford, Decatur, Oconee County, Forsyth County and Bremen top a 2015 ranking of metro Atlanta's best public school districts. Fulton and DeKalb counties, and Atlanta Public Schools come in at Nos. 14, 45 and 43 on the list, respectively.
The Niche Rankings -- the product of, a "reviews and insights" website focused on neighborhoods and education -- graded 8,738 school districts "based on dozens of key statistics and 4.6 million opinions from 280,000 students and parents."

Niche's top 10 public school districts in the metro Atlanta area are:

    Buford City Schools
    Decatur City Schools
    Oconee County Schools
    Forsyth County Schools
    Bremen City Schools
    Gwinnett County Schools
    Carrollton City Schools
    Morgan County Schools
    Marietta City Schools
    Cherokee County Schools

Read full story 

Fine Arts Exhibition Call for Entries for Decatur Arts Festival


The Decatur Arts Alliance is now accepting entries for the Fine Arts Exhibition of the 2015 Decatur Arts Festival. Artist applications will be accepted through Jan. 5 through Feb. 23. Jurors this year are Amanda Hellman, Molly Rose Freeman, and Ben Goldman.

Download the complete details here.
Check out the 2014 Fine Arts Exhibition here.

Sunday, January 11, 2015

The South's Best Food Stop will be PCM

At the heart of Ponce City Market, the Central Food Hall is destined to be the most vibrant food hall and market in the Southeast. James Beard Award-winning chefs the likes of Anne Quatrano and Linton Hopkins will join Atlanta's most exciting young purveyors and restauranteurs to offer everything from Georgia and Carolinas-caught seafood, to classic burgers, savory crepes, and locally-made kimchee and Korean steamed buns.

Similar to the legendary food hall at Chelsea Market in Manhattan—also owned by the developers of Ponce City Market—the Central Food Hall will be a culinary gathering place within a revamped historic space, but with the distinct character and flavors of Atlanta.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Coca-Cola to elimate about 2,000 jobs in HOPES to save Billions.

 Coca-Cola to elimate about 2,000 jobs in hopes to save billions.
Below is a news story about this.
Coca-Cola said Thursday it will eliminate 1,600 to 1,800 jobs around the globe — including about 500 in Atlanta — as part of a major reorganization over the coming months aimed at saving billions of dollars during the next five years.

The beverage giant said employees were beginning to be notified today about the upcoming layoffs, though the restructuring of the company has not been finalized.

Coke employs about 130,600 people around the world, including a group of about 13,000 corporate employees who are primarily located in Atlanta.

Happy Birthday ELVIS

Uptown Funk

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Decatur's Run With The Dogs - Frostbite 5K Saturday Jan 10

Run With The Dogs - Frostbite 5K
About the race
Name: Run with the Dogs - Frostbite 5K
Distance: 5K Run/Walk
Original Date: Saturday, January 10, 2015, 9:00 a.m.
Location: Decatur, Ga.
Decatur High School

Decatur High School, Renfroe Middle School, Glennwood Academy
and City of Decatur elementary students, parents, alumni, friends,
neighbors and runners and walkers of all levels are invited to participate.
Participants are invited to run or walk with their dogs in a special group.

All proceeds will be used by the Decatur Bulldog Boosters to help fund
the sports programs at Decatur High School and Renfroe Middle School.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

FTI awards Holly Theatre with $10,000 grant

Dahlonega  GA
Theatre news for Georgia

Dahlonega's Historic Holly Theatre just got a $10,000 helping hand. For their 2014-2015 Preservation Grant, the Fox Theatre Institute (FTI) awarded the theater with funding that will go toward restoration, and future planning. More specifically, the grant will be centered around the masonry for three sides of the Holly Theatre building and an environmentally conscious upgrade for the marquee.

Since 2008, the FTI has worked on 10 projects in the state, totaling more $332,000. The focus of the nonprofit has been the preservation of various arts venues. The Fox has been helping with strategic planning for Holly in the past few years, so the downtown Dahlonega institution can get some much-needed TLC.

"The Holly Theatre has a long history of being an economic engine in the downtown Dahlonega area and we are excited about the opportunity to boost their arts program," Molly Fortune, the Fox's director of restoration and operations said in a statement. "When the Fox was in trouble 40 years ago, the Atlanta community rallied together to 'Save the Fox.' Now we have the knowledge and resources to help other venues in Georgia not only restore their buildings, but also strengthen their communities."

The entire Holly Theatre restoration project, including a fresh new paint job and LED bulbs for the marquee, should be all said and done by the end of June. Along with FTI grant, Holly Theatre also received a $20,000 award from Georgia Tourism and Georgia Council for the Arts.

Monday, January 5, 2015

A Christmas Story Leg Lamp Stolen and Replaced by Randy


Thursdays Temps to be in low teens

After a wet first weekend of 2015, the first full work week of the New Year will end with temperatures cold enough to cause serious harm to plants, pipes and pets.

Channel 2 Action News meteorologist Karen Minton is forecasting lows in the low teens early Thursday, with afternoon highs expected to barely reach the 30s. Blustery winds Thursday are expected to send wind chills plummeting well into the single digits.
Until then, Minton said highs will be in the mid-40s Monday, mid-50s Tuesday and upper 30s Wednesday, with morning lows in the low 30s each day.

Prepare now for temps in the low teens by Thursday morning.

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Thursday, January 1, 2015

Decatur High Football field back in 1925

Decatur GA
Found this very small photo of Decatur High School football field in 1925. You can see the old water tower in background which was near the City Hall building. I wish it was a better quality picture.
Well it's better than nothing

Possible Breach of Credit cards at Chick-fil-A

From the ajc
Chick-fil-A is looking into the possibility of a breach of credit cards used at some of its locations, according to an online site that broke the story about Home Depot’s hack.
Brian Krebs, who runs the website, said financial institutions have traced credit card fraud to accounts used at Chick-fil-A stores around the nation. Krebs said he first heard about the possible hack in November, but the reports were spotty.
full story here.

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Happy New Year! -"Celebrate"

Monday, December 29, 2014

More Townhomes for E. Howard Ave

Monte Hewett Homes is excited to announce East Howard Place, a new townhome community located in the heart of Decatur. Located at the corner of Hillyer Place and East Howard Avenue, this community will offer 24 unique three-story townhomes that are designed to complement the area’s local architecture: classic yet urban, with a nostalgic feel and unique features that speak to the nature of the community.
The exteriors of these townhomes will feature brick and granite with iron balconies, as well as private outdoor courtyards for relaxing and entertaining. In addition, the community will offer unique amenities, including a community garden and green space.

The first townhomes at East Howard Place are now under development, with completion dates placed for spring 2015. Priced from $589,900, there are two distinct floor plans available. The Hillyer will offer 2,242 square feet of living space with three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, while the Howard is the premium end-unit floor plan, complete with three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms throughout 2,000 square feet of living space.

Thanks to its proximity to downtown Decatur, residents at East Howard Place will enjoy a walkable lifestyle, with easy access to many of the dining, shopping and entertainment destinations that can be found in the area. A small sampling of the local attractions include Fellini’s Pizza, Leon’s Full Service, Cakes & Ale, summertime Concerts on the Square, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Glenlake Park, Druid Hills Golf Club, Kimball House Restaurant, Decatur Famer’s Market and the East Lake Golf Club. Plus, Decatur has its own MARTA station, providing residents with easy access to most of Atlanta’s other intown neighborhoods.
To be among the first to reserve your new townhome at East Howard Place in Decatur, contact sales agents Ted Blocker at 404-918-4455 and Sandy Bartow at 678-859-3922. For more information on East Howard Place
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Sunday, December 28, 2014

Watkins Building in Decatur Ga. circa 1930

The Watkins building ( circa 1930) on E. Ponce de Leon Ave in Decatur GA.  held two grocery stores, The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company and Rogers.
Photo from the Maie W. Manget collection.

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Atlanta Streetcar will be operational on Tuesday

The Atlanta streetcar will be operational on Tuesday, reviving a form of public transit not seen in Atlanta since 1949.
The Tuesday opening of the long-delayed $98 million, four-car streetcar system will beat a self-imposed deadline by Mayor Kasim Reed by one day. It also will come just in time to greet tens of thousands of visitors to downtown Atlanta for the Dec. 30 Chick Fil-A Peach Bowl at the Georgia Dome and the annual New Year’s Eve peach drop at The Atlanta Underground.
What awaits riders? A free ride over the next three months, Reed said, along a 2.7 mile loop around downtown Atlanta. Bounded mainly by Auburn and Edgewood avenues, access points include Centennial Olympic Park, the King Center, Georgia State University and the Peachtree Center MARTA rail station.

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Where to Eat on Christmas Day around Decatur

Where to Eat on Christmas: 12 Restaurants Open Around Decatur
By:  Allie Aylward (Patch Staff)
For those looking to dine out on Christmas Day -- or for the unlucky few to have burned the Christmas ham -- here are some restaurants, cafes and pubs open on Dec. 25 in Decatur and Dunwoody.
to see the list at

Friday, December 19, 2014

21 things you didn’t know about Clermont Lounge

By Sebastian Davis

You already know that Atlanta's most notorious naked watering hole is one of the city's best strip clubs, but there are a lot of things you probably don't about the Clermont Lounge. At least 21 of them in fact. So, whether you’re a regular or are hitting it up for the first time, this is a must-read primer. Think about how embarrassing it would be for you and your date to be kicked out.
see list here

Lady Gaga visits the Clermont Lounge and talks about it to Jimmy Fallon
  From ajc
The Clermont Lounge, the famed Atlanta strip club that’s a favorite with musicians when they visit town, got a virtual fist bump last night in the form of a mention by Lady Gaga on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
The singer, who appeared on the show with Tony Bennett to promote their new album, “Cheek to Cheek,” was asked by Fallon if she’d ever taken advice from a stranger.
She went on to tell a story about going to the Clermont on a date (“Chivalry!,” she said), and watching a stripper, who didn’t recognize her, dance to her hit song “Poker Face.”
“So she leans over and she goes, ‘You know that Lady Gaga? I mean, she can really sing. I mean, if she just took off all those clothes and she just sang, she would be great.’…So maybe in some ways, I took her advice.”
She said the woman later crushed a beer in an unusual way, a reference to beloved Clermont dancer Blondie. Tony Bennett, cool as ever, kept a straight face through the whole story. --

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Burnt Fork BBQ is Closing

 This is the time of year that restaurant closing announcements are made , and here is another one for Decatur.
From Burnt Fork BBQ facebook page: Well folks after 4 years of hard work we've decided to close our doors. We really appreciate your support and we wish you all well.
 -Josh and Kara
Burnt Fork BBQ

Just last week  Harbour House Pub announced they were closing.

TAKEN 3 - Starts Jan 9


Burger 21 Coming to Buckhead and Johns Creek

 "Better Burger" chain continues Georgia expansion

Tampa, Florida-based Burger 21 is planning a new location at the Publix-anchored Chastain Square on Roswell Road in north Buckhead.  The new restaurant would occupy the approximately 3100 square foot former Chopstix / Scenario space, to the left of the Publix.  While I have confirmed this is the location being scouted, and there is a LOI (letter of intent) on the space, a lease is reportedly not yet signed. 

Another new Burger 21 is coming to a new center on Medlock Bridge Road in Johns Creek.  The new center, Johns Creek Promenade, will also be home to a Dunkin' Donuts, Jersey Mike's Subs and Moe's Southwest Grill, among other tenants. A Burger 21 representative told me the Johns Creek lease is signed.  Burger 21's Johns Creek location will be 3000 square feet and is expected to open in the spring. 

 Photo credit:

Eye on Decatur

 The Decatur Minute says "The street in front of the fire
station will be brightly painted to discourage vehicles from blocking the driveway used by emergency vehicles."

Monday, December 15, 2014

Share your Christmas Train Layout or Christmas Village Photos

 If you want to share your Christmas Train Layout or Christmas Village Photos


Here are some links to some photos:

Harbour House Pub has Closed

 From their facebook page.
We want to say thank you DECATUR!
 As much as we love the restaurant and our guests, new opportunities have come up and I have to make the right adjustments and sensible decisions to manage time and resources that are healthy for my family and me. If you've enjoyed Harbour and have some time please join us for a final day of joy and celebration. We will be open for brunch and dinner. I want to thank all our wonderful guests that have supported Harbour so generously over the past three and a half years! I sincerely appreciate you!!! Sean Keenan

h/t Decatur Metro

Friday, December 12, 2014

Garrett Popcorn Shop Now Open at Lenox Sq

Garrett Popcorn Shops  since 1949
Lenox Square Mall
3393 Peachtree Rd, Atlanta, GA 30326

Shop Hours
Monday - Saturday
10:00 am - 09:00 pm
12:00 pm - 06:00 pm

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Seth MacFarlane singing Ya Got Trouble

First Annual Christmas Lights Ride

 From Be Active Decatur
Join Decatur Bikes for their

Decorate your bike with as much holiday cheer as you like and please bring your helmet.

What:      Decatur Bikes Christmas Lights Ride
When:     Friday, December 19, 7 pm
Where:    Decatur Bikes, 252 W Ponce de Leon Ave

Bring:  At least one front and one back light, warm clothes and YOUR HELMET!!

A recommended donation of $10 per rider (or family) for Clark’s Christmas Kids.
first annual Christmas Lights Ride on Friday, December 19th at 7 pm. The short 6 mile ride is a family ride and will  proceed at a nice slow pace to enjoy the lights.

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Eye on Decatur

Run With the Dogs!! Jan 10, 2015

It is time to register for the first race of 2015:
The Decatur Bulldog Boosters would like to let the Decatur dog-loving and running communities know of the 10th Annual Decatur Bulldog Boosters 5K “Run with the Dogs” on Saturday, January 10, 2015 at 9:00 am.

The race will begin and end in front of Decatur High School and traverse a scenic, if challenging, course. The event again will feature a single 5K race where runners and dog-owners can run with (or without) their dogs.  T-shirts (once again designed by local artist Adam Pinsley and featuring “Sydney” the winner of our drawing last year), awards, and treats will be available to race participants as well as a sporty “race”-kerchief for canine participants.  Sponsorship opportunities are available for a limited time.  All proceeds go to funding the uniforms, equipment, and awards for our student-athletes at the middle and high schools.  So come on out and run off a few of those Holiday calories with Decatur and its Dogs!
read more

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Eye on Decatur - Have a Raging Holiday!

 Downtown Decatur GA
Raging Burrito & Taco
141 Sycamore St
 Decatur, GA 30030

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Bonobos Opening a Try on Clothes then buy Online Store

Bonobos opening Buckhead shop for trying on snug-fitting clothes
By Christopher Seward
Bonobos, the upscale New York e-tailer known for its snug-fitting menswear, is introducing its stores-without-inventory concept to Atlanta.
On Dec. 12, the company opens its first local shop, Bonobos Guideshop Buckhead, where customers can try on clothes and then purchase them online.

Think of the Guideshop try-before-you-buy experience as walking into a fitting room area, complete with furniture, lounge space and artwork. Fit and style “guides” help customers with suits, pants, shirts and other clothing.

The e-commerce retailer, which has been around since 2007, has 10 other similar shops around the country and plans to have 30 in the next two years, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andy Dunn recently told The New York Times. He said the fitting shops are helping to drive online sales.

The company raised $55 million in its most recent investment round, on top of more than $70 million previously, and the infusion will help it add more shops.

The Buckhead store is at 3035 Peachtree Road NW. Make an appointment by visiting

photo credit:  Courtesy Bonobos and Belk

Friday, December 5, 2014

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Eye on Stone Mountain Depot

 Stone Mountain Depot located in Stone Mountain Village
The building was used as the town's city hall and police station until 2011. After the opening of a new city hall in 2012, the depot will be converted to a visitors center, museum, and Downtown Development Authority office.