This Food is Deadly

The title is self explanatory, food soo good you need a casket once finished. Six Feed Under is a must, especially after a visit to Oakland Historic Cemetery that sits a few headstones away. Start with the Conch Fritters, fried to perfection, tender conch and just enough batter to make them fluffy. The Fried Green…

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Yuki Yuki Yuki

Something about sushi just makes me love life that much more. Give me a pot of green tea, a bottle of hot sake, and a menu in any Japanese restaurant and I’m elated. Yuki is one of my local favorites that never disappoints. A quick 20 minute drive up I-75 South from Atlanta, beautiful decor,…

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It’s a Library

A quiet spot to stop and read a book, use the internet, and get pamphlets about other events and museums around the city. When I saw the sign I assumed is was a library dedicated to displaying all of the literature that has been written about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, wrong. This is simply…

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Blogtober19 Take 2 Ebenezer Baptist Church Heritage Sanctuary

Founded in 1886 by Rev. John Parker, in 1894 Rev. A.D. Williams became pastor, maternal grandfather of Dr. King. 1931 the Rev. Martin Luther King Sr who was the assistant pastor at the time began his leadership of Ebenezer. This building in my opinion was the village that nurtured and encouraged a young man to…

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Blogtober19 Take 1. Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Park

Your first stop on this historic city tour must be The Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Park! Now let me be clear, please pick your travel time carefully, this is critical, nothing in life is worse than Atlanta traffic. Let me say that again, nothing in life is worse than Atlanta traffic. If you…

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