Creative Loafing Atlanta

In the aftermath of the disappointing defeat of a one-cent regional sales tax transportation measure, the city council is considering two measures to raise transportation revenue, one being a parking tax based on a Georgia Tech masters thesis.
Aug 12, 2013   Creative Loafing Atlanta
Michael Mills is not what you might expect out of Wal-Mart's southern spokesman.
Feb 10, 2006   Creative Loafing Atlanta
Meier, Piano, Calatrava, oh my! A host of starchitects have descended on Hotlanta, spicing up downtown's skyline.
Jan 23, 2006   Creative Loafing Atlanta
Governor Sonny Perdue's Congestion Mitigation Task Force may give preference to highway-widening over other traffic reduction strategies.
Dec 29, 2005   Creative Loafing Atlanta
A multi-millionaire is developing what some call the first true smart growth neighborhood in the city.
Jun 25, 2005   Creative Loafing Atlanta
A new Atlanta exhibit chronicles the strange world of China’s ‘scavenger economy.’
Nov 12, 2004   Creative Loafing Atlanta
New, wealthier residents could be using a neighborhood organization to push out older residents.
Nov 11, 2004   Creative Loafing Atlanta
Georgia lawmakers have raided the state's Hazardous Waste Trust Fund, leaving 539 toxic sites untended.
Feb 6, 2004   Creative Loafing Atlanta
A ten-year plan to end homelessness in Atlanta has many optimistic, but some social workers believe it may be inherently impossible.
Feb 4, 2004   Creative Loafing Atlanta
How a mall near Charlotte, North Carolina symbolizes a continual problem of urban development.
Dec 26, 2003   Creative Loafing Atlanta
Atlanta's new railway loop proposal may yet survive the usual onslaught of bureaucracy and red tape.
Nov 24, 2003   Creative Loafing Atlanta