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Beans: The Humble and Delicious Global Unifier

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By Shannon Evans As I’ve been traveling lately, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the foods that unify us. That has always been the power of food to me. One of those key ingredients that I see used no matter where I am in the world is beans. The history of beans […]
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National Beer Day

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Spring has arrived, and National Beer Day is quickly approaching on April 7th. As you know we do it right in the Peach State, so it only makes sense to chill with us and sip a refreshing brew. Whether you’re new to the beer game or looking for a new fave we’ve always got […]
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Piece for Me, Piece for You

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By: Shannon Evans Maybe it was the weeks of nonstop travel. Maybe it was the flu bug that’s been going around. Either way, I’ve been sick for what feels like forever and tragically, I haven’t felt like eating. Legend has it that the idea of tapas – small plates that are typically shared – […]
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Wine Down Wednesday

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By: Shannon Evans Although my next adventure is taking me to Jamaica, I still had Portugal and great wines on my mind when I showed up to Hartsfield-Jackson for my latest flight. Porto taught me that there is no bad time for a glass of vino (who am I kidding … I already knew […]
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Holiday Recovery: Treat Yourself After the Holidays

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By: Shannon Evans I recently took a flight from Atlanta to Istanbul. It was really a 24-hour stopover that allowed me to check out this exotic wonderland before my connecting flight. With only a limited time to see the city, I decided it would be well spent at a Turkish hammam. That’s a hot […]
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National Southern Food Day

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By: Ebonne Holyfield Concessions Marketing Coordinator Here at ATL Airport, we know a thing or two about the South. So when we heard it was National Southern Food Day, we were beyond excited to give you the scoop on not one, not two, but ten of our popular Southern dishes. In true Georgia fashion, […]
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Max Walker in memoriam

We remember former Airport Commissioner Max Walker

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By Doug Strachan Innovation and Strategic Business Development Manager Maxwell “Max” Walker, a giant in Atlanta’s aviation history and the City of Atlanta Department of Aviation’s sixth leader, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 8, after a brief illness. Max was 89 at the time. Max worked at ATL from 1967 until his retirement in […]
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National Champagne Day

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By: Ebonne Holyfield Concessions Marketing Coordinator National Champagne Day is right on our heels, and we’re ready to toast it up for the holidays! Here at ATL, we have exceptional bars, restaurants and stores guaranteed to meet any occasion. So why wait until vacation to make your spirits bright? Live it up and create […]
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Jonathan Adams

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Jonathan Adams Jonathan started his career as a professional guitar musician performing for Pamplin Records, Intersound Records and his own label. He later co-founded the classical fusion group, “Montana Skies,” and toured with the group nationally for over a decade. He currently creates healing music and performance music for all. His 1998 debut CD […]
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Jenn Cornell

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Jenn Cornell Jenn Cornell is a cellist performance artist that plays with a spirit that bursts into an ecstatic dance of instrument and body. The outcome is a sensation of joy that emanates from her performances and her instrument. Jenn attended the University of Georgia on a four-year music scholarship and completed advanced studies […]
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