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Best Of Atlanta 2010 Cityscape Large


Cityscape

Cities are more than a mere collection of people and buildings. Sprawling in all directions from a modest downtown, Atlanta is a city of distinct neighborhoods, each with its own history and continually developing character. Atlanta is also a city of public and private institutions; of landmarks; of gathering places; of media of all stripes; and of events both popular and underground — all of which helps determine who we are.

As Atlantans, we are drawn together by our common stories, from the scandalous (state House leaders stepping aside due to sexcapades) to the absurd (African wildlife running loose on the Downtown Connector) to the inspirational (a local kid who slugs a three-run homer the first time he steps up to bat in Turner Field).

With Cityscape, we celebrate those stories, those political shifts, those public spaces — the shared experiences that define the place we call home.

— Scott Henry

Best amenity-laden hotel BOA Award Winner

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Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead

Best annual release of aggression BOA Award Winner

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Pillow Fight Day

Best barely ITP park BOA Award Winner

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Whittier Mill Park

Best bet for next hot 'hood BOA Award Winner

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Old Fourth Ward

Best bizarro news story BOA Award Winner

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Ban on human microchipping
In saner states, legislative hearings to address the problem of involuntary implantation of microchips would easily score as the year's weirdest news story. But in Georgia, where the General Assembly also passed a bill allowing motorists to keep and eat their roadkill, the proposed BAN ON HUMAN MICROCHIPPINGmore...
In saner states, legislative hearings to address the problem of involuntary implantation of microchips would easily score as the year's weirdest news story. But in Georgia, where the General Assembly also passed a bill allowing motorists to keep and eat their roadkill, the proposed BAN ON HUMAN MICROCHIPPING needed a little something extra. As luck would have it, that came in the form of a DeKalb County woman invited to testify to a Senate committee about how "researchers with the federal government" implanted a microchip in her "vaginal-rectum area." The microchip, she said, is activated by phone, like a beeper, with the number displayed "on billboards throughout the city." Naturally, the committee OK'd the bill. less...

Best display of the power of the MSM BOA Award Winner

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Susan Richardson TV Interview
This year's turnover in state House leadership wasn't brought about by voters, prosecutors or an act of God. Instead, it was due to the SUSAN RICHARDSON TV INTERVIEW with Fox 5 reporter Dale Russell. The six-minute piece, in which the Speaker's ex described his frolicking with lobbyists, is proof thatmore...
This year's turnover in state House leadership wasn't brought about by voters, prosecutors or an act of God. Instead, it was due to the SUSAN RICHARDSON TV INTERVIEW with Fox 5 reporter Dale Russell. The six-minute piece, in which the Speaker's ex described his frolicking with lobbyists, is proof that the old-school news media can still affect big changes. less...

Best evidence of social progress BOA Award Winner

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Gay elected officials
They still can't marry in Georgia, but it's clear that GAY ELECTED OFFICIALS are finding more public acceptance than ever before. Voters have sent two openly gay candidates to the state House, three to the Atlanta City Council and, this summer, for the first time ever, one to the Fulton County Commission.more...
They still can't marry in Georgia, but it's clear that GAY ELECTED OFFICIALS are finding more public acceptance than ever before. Voters have sent two openly gay candidates to the state House, three to the Atlanta City Council and, this summer, for the first time ever, one to the Fulton County Commission. And we're not even counting politicians who are in the closet! In fact, the Fulton race came down to a runoff between two lesbian candidates who handily out-polled a couple of breeders with nary a mention of sexual preference along the way. less...

Best hometown Internet sensation BOA Award Winner

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Scoutmob

Best hope for Atlanta gridlock BOA Award Winner

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Regional transportation tax

Best intown hipster hootenanny BOA Award Winner

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Cabbagetown Park
Cold draft beer, live bluegrass and all the chili you can eat (until it runs out). What's not to love about Cabbagetown's annual CHOMP AND STOMP festival? Held the first Saturday in November, the day kicks off with a 5K run, but most folks come to get samples from the chili cook-off, have a few beersmore...
Cold draft beer, live bluegrass and all the chili you can eat (until it runs out). What's not to love about Cabbagetown's annual CHOMP AND STOMP festival? Held the first Saturday in November, the day kicks off with a 5K run, but most folks come to get samples from the chili cook-off, have a few beers and rub shoulders with pretty much every cool kid residing south of Ponce de Leon Avenue. There are also a few booths selling crafts, as well as a variety of food from local restaurants and vendors, including an entire slow-roasted hog. But possibly the most welcoming feature of the C&S is its laid-back Cabbagetown vibe; it's like one giant, day-long block party. Cabbagetown Park, Tye Street and Kirkwood Avenue. www.chompandstomp.com. less...

Best intro to Atlanta history BOA Award Winner

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Unseen Underground Walking Tour

Best kids' radio show for non-kids BOA Award Winner

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The Kids Are Alright
Airing Saturdays on 1690 (WMLB-AM), THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT touts itself as "kids' music for everyone." But that tag undersells the product. Each DIY-ish broadcast is a joyous riff on a single theme (summer, bugs, ice cream, etc.) lovingly curated from a vast library that ranges from the Pogues to Emmyloumore...
Airing Saturdays on 1690 (WMLB-AM), THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT touts itself as "kids' music for everyone." But that tag undersells the product. Each DIY-ish broadcast is a joyous riff on a single theme (summer, bugs, ice cream, etc.) lovingly curated from a vast library that ranges from the Pogues to Emmylou Harris to Bo Diddley. You don't need kids to appreciate its wit, indelible melodies and irresistible sing-alongs. www.1690wmlb.com/the-kids-are-alright less...

Best local athlete you've never heard of BOA Award Winner

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Evander Kane

Best local blogger BOA Award Winner

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Pecanne Log
Nowhere will you find more cleverly written posts on such Atlanta-centric topics as beer-swillin' 1930s circus elephants, the city's first parking deck or downtown's hidden beauty than at PECANNE LOG. At a time when others have retreated to Twitter or Facebook (or given up blogging entirely), its editor,more...
Nowhere will you find more cleverly written posts on such Atlanta-centric topics as beer-swillin' 1930s circus elephants, the city's first parking deck or downtown's hidden beauty than at PECANNE LOG. At a time when others have retreated to Twitter or Facebook (or given up blogging entirely), its editor, "Christa," remains one of Atlanta's best observers of the city's quirks, characters and history. www.pecannelog.com less...

Best local celebrity BOA Award Winner

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Kevin Gillespie's beard
What's red and bushy, has fancy W Hotel parties thrown in its honor, can be spotted at local joints including Morelli's Ice Cream and the "Ghetto" Kroger and boasts nearly 8,000 Facebook fans? That would be KEVIN GILLESPIE'S BEARD. Kevin Gillespie might be a "Top Chef" finalist and James Beard semifinalistmore...

What's red and bushy, has fancy W Hotel parties thrown in its honor, can be spotted at local joints including Morelli's Ice Cream and the "Ghetto" Kroger and boasts nearly 8,000 Facebook fans? That would be KEVIN GILLESPIE'S BEARD. Kevin Gillespie might be a "Top Chef" finalist and James Beard semifinalist who can create a transcendent meal as easily with pork belly and veal chop as with a bundle of farm-fresh veggies, but it's his Yukon Cornelius-inspired facial hair that's earned him the national fame he deserves. Oh, and if you're angling for a KGB sighting, your best bet is the dining room at Woodfire Grill. The best tables offer an unobstructed view of the open kitchen - and the chef's lustrous beard.


Editor's note: This blurb has been modified to correctly reflect Gillespie's recognition from the James Beard Foundation.

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Best local sports romance BOA Award Winner

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Jason Heyward

Best neighborhood for after-hours BOA Award Winner

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Buford Highway
Atlanta's "last call" doesn't have to mean "good night." Just outside the city limits, late-night carousers and party animals flock to BUFORD HIGHWAY to seek the boompf boompf of Club Miami, the Latin rhythms of La Rumba and the drunken revelry of Karaoke Medley. (Don't forget the slender strippers ofmore...
Atlanta's "last call" doesn't have to mean "good night." Just outside the city limits, late-night carousers and party animals flock to BUFORD HIGHWAY to seek the boompf boompf of Club Miami, the Latin rhythms of La Rumba and the drunken revelry of Karaoke Medley. (Don't forget the slender strippers of Pink Pony.) Top it off with 4:30 a.m. carne asada at any of the late-night authentic taquerias and you can see why Buford Highway beckons. less...

Best new park for catching air BOA Award Winner

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Best noncommercial radio station BOA Award Winner

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Jazz 91.9 WCLK (Permanently Closed)

Best organic farm BOA Award Winner

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Love is Love Farm

Best OTP park BOA Award Winner

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Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park (Featured)

Best overall neighborhood BOA Award Winner

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Poncey-Highland

Best overlooked tourist spot BOA Award Winner

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Westview Cemetery Inc.
Off the beaten path and underpublicized, WESTVIEW CEMETERY is one of the most picturesque spots in Atlanta. At nearly 600 acres, it's the largest cemetery in the Southeast, boasting many of the features beloved of graveyard enthusiasts: ornate monuments and tombs, rolling hills and gardens, and, of course,more...
Off the beaten path and underpublicized, WESTVIEW CEMETERY is one of the most picturesque spots in Atlanta. At nearly 600 acres, it's the largest cemetery in the Southeast, boasting many of the features beloved of graveyard enthusiasts: ornate monuments and tombs, rolling hills and gardens, and, of course, famous dead people, such as author Joel Chandler Harris, Coke founder Asa Candler and assorted mayors. Westview also stands apart for a magnificent stone abbey, its high walls and original gates and its iconic water tower resembling a castle turret. 1680 Westview Drive. 404-755-6611. &emdash;www.westviewcemetery.com. less...

Best person you love to hate BOA Award Winner

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Erick Erickson
Back in the olden days (2007 or so), we genuinely liked Maconite Republican blogger ERICK ERICKSON, even though the only political issue we've ever agreed upon is the correct spelling of "America." Nonetheless, we admired his smarts, willingness to break ranks with the GOP and early mastery of a newmore...
Back in the olden days (2007 or so), we genuinely liked Maconite Republican blogger ERICK ERICKSON, even though the only political issue we've ever agreed upon is the correct spelling of "America." Nonetheless, we admired his smarts, willingness to break ranks with the GOP and early mastery of a new medium. But sometime in 2008, Erickson began earning notoriety for lobbing partisan bombs. He declared jihad against any Republicans who criticized risible ignoramus Sarah Palin. He called Michelle Obama a "Marxist harpy," compared a White House spokesperson to a Nazi, called a sitting Supreme Court Justice a "goat-fucking child molester" and joked about greeting census workers at the door with a gun. Despite turning his name into a blogospheric synonym for gratuitous personal attacks, Erickson's star continues to rise. And since no publicity is bad publicity for right wing pundits, CNN even gave Erickson a regular gig. www.peachpundit.com less...

Best place to people-watch BOA Award Winner

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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Best recession-proof neighborhood BOA Award Winner

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Westside

Best rooftop view of lower Midtown BOA Award Winner

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The Georgian Terrace
You can get higher than the 19 floors occupied by the newer wing of the GEORGIAN TERRACE HOTEL, but you'll likely be looking out a plate-glass window. The top of the near-century-old, Beaux Arts hotel at the corner of Peachtree Street and Ponce de Leon Avenue, however, is the only place from which youmore...
You can get higher than the 19 floors occupied by the newer wing of the GEORGIAN TERRACE HOTEL, but you'll likely be looking out a plate-glass window. The top of the near-century-old, Beaux Arts hotel at the corner of Peachtree Street and Ponce de Leon Avenue, however, is the only place from which you can admire Midtown from above while enjoying the breeze in your hair, sipping a cocktail and dipping your toes in a rooftop pool. And when you dry off, you can head downstairs for drinks in the lobby bar or dinner in the brasserie-style Livingston restaurant. 659 Peachtree St. 800-651-2316. www.thegeorgianterrace.com. less...

Best sign that gay media is still alive BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Project Q
Even before this year's shuttering of Southern Voice, the popularity of PROJECT Q stood as evidence that the new media (i.e., a website) can keep the community informed and entertained with breaking news, cheeky columns and pop-culture updates. You gotta love an outfit that titles its daily event listingsmore...
Even before this year's shuttering of Southern Voice, the popularity of PROJECT Q stood as evidence that the new media (i.e., a website) can keep the community informed and entertained with breaking news, cheeky columns and pop-culture updates. You gotta love an outfit that titles its daily event listings "The Gay Agenda." www.projectqatlanta.com less...

Best underestimated suburb BOA Award Winner

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Marietta

Best validation of the big-city daily BOA Award Winner

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Alan Judd and Heather Vogell
The ongoing coverage of the standardized test cheating scandal involving Atlanta schools by ALAN JUDD AND HEATHER VOGELL shows why a large daily newspaper is so vital to the welfare of a major city. The AJC, which first questioned suspicious test results and, more recently, graduation rates is the onlymore...
The ongoing coverage of the standardized test cheating scandal involving Atlanta schools by ALAN JUDD AND HEATHER VOGELL shows why a large daily newspaper is so vital to the welfare of a major city. The AJC, which first questioned suspicious test results and, more recently, graduation rates is the only local media entity with the resources to act as watchdog on such a complex issue. www.ajc.com less...

Best volunteer program BOA Award Winner

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Park Pride (Featured)

Best way to deal with historic properties BOA Award Winner

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Reuse them

Best way to see the city in a new way BOA Award Winner

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Beltline's Hiking and Bike Trails

Best affordable day care BOA Award Winner

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Sunshine House

And other metro Atlanta locations.


Runner-up: Primrose School


1197 Peachtree St., Suite 554, 404-745-9797, and other metro Atlanta locations.


www.primroseschools.com

Best annual event BOA Award Winner

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Dogwood Festival

www.dogwood.org


Runner-up: Peachtree Road Race


www.atlantatrackclub.org

Best bizarro local news story BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Zebra loose on interstate
Runner-up: Woman crashes into Green's liquor store for second time

Best charity BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Atlanta Community Food Bank (Permanently Closed)

Runner-up: Habitat for Humanity


519 Memorial Drive, 404-223-5180, and other metro Atlanta locations. www.habitat.org.

Best country music radio station BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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94.9 FM The Bull (Permanently Closed)

www.bullatlanta.com


Runner-up: 101.5 (WKHX-FM)


www.wkhx.com

Best diverse college BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Georgia State University

Runner-up: Emory University


www.emory.edu

Best dog park BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Piedmont Dog Park (Featured)

Runner-up: ParkGrounds


142 Flat Shoals Ave. S.E., 678-528-9901, www.parkgrounds.com

Best free thing to do in Atlanta BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Piedmont Park (Featured)

Runner-up: Centennial Olympic Park


265 Park Ave. W., 404-222-7275, www.centennialpark.com

Best Georgia beach retreat BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Tybee Island

exploretybee.com


Runner-up: St. Simons Island


www.explorestsimonsisland.com

Best Georgia mountain escape BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Blue Ridge Mountains

blueridgeonline.com


Runner-up: Helen


www.helenga.org

Best hiking spot BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Stone Mountain Park (Featured)

Runner-up: Kennesaw Mountain


900 Kennesaw Mountain Drive, Kennesaw, 770-427-4686, www.kennesawmountain.areaparks.com

Best hotel BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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St. Regis Atlanta

Runner-up: The Georgian Terrace Hotel


659 Peachtree St., 404-897-1991, www.thegeorgianterrace.com

Best intown park BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Piedmont Park (Featured)

Runner-up: Grant Park


840 Cherokee Ave., 404-624-0697, www.gpconservancy.org

Best jazz radio station BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Jazz 91.9 WCLK (Permanently Closed)

www.wclk.com


Runner-up: 91.1 (WREK-FM)


www.wrek.org

Best jogging path BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Freedom Park (Featured)

Runner-up: Silver Comet Trail


Cooper Lake Road at Mayell Road, 404-875-7284, www.pathfoundation.org

Best landmark BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Stone Mountain Park (Featured)

Runner-up: Fox Theatre


660 Peachtree St., 404-881-2100, www.foxtheatre.org

Best local athlete BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Jason Heyward
Runner-up: Matt Ryan

Best local blog/blogger BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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The Quick + Dirty Dirty

Best local blogger BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Lindsay Roberts and Lauren Kraselsky

Best local celebrity BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Ludacris
Runner-up: Usher

Best local hero BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Clark Howard

clarkhoward.com


Runner-up: Jimmy Carter

Best local personality to follow on Twitter BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Neal Boortz

twitter.com/talkmaster


Runner-up: Andisheh Nouaree


www.twitter.com/andishehnouraee

Best local place to commune with nature BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Atlanta Botanical Garden (Featured)

Runner-up: Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area


www.nps.gov

Best local political figure BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Kasim Reed

Best local sports radio show host BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Chuck Oliver, WCNN-AM (680)

www.680thefan.com


Runner-up: Buck Belue, WCNN-AM (680)


www.680thefan.com

Best local sports team BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Turner Field (Permanently Closed)

Runner-up: Atlanta Falcons


www.atlantafalcons.com

Best local TV anchor BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Monica Pearson

www.wsbtv.com


Runner-up: Brenda Wood


www.11alive.com

Best local TV, magazine, or newspaper reporter BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Doug Richards

www.11alive.com


Runners-up:


Thomas Wheatley


www.clatl.com


AND


Chad Radford


www.clatl.com

Best local YouTube video BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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"FU BP" on Krog Street Tunnel
Runner-up: Pants on the ground

Best morning drive-time radio show BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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"The Bert Show"

thebertshow.com


Runner-up: NPR "Morning Edition"


www.npr.org

Best neighborhood festival BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Inman Park Festival

www.inmanparkfestival.org


Runner-up: East Atlanta Strut


www.eastatlantastrut.com

Best neighborhood for nightlife BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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East Atlanta

Best neighborhood for yard sales BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Virginia-Highland

www.virginiahighland.com


Runners-up:


Candler Park


www.candlerpark.org


AND


Decatur


www.decaturga.com

Best neighborhood to get a house for a steal BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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East Atlanta

Best neighborhood to live in without a car BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Midtown

midtownatlanta.org


Runner-up: Decatur


www.decaturga.com

Best new thing about Atlanta BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Atlanta Beltline Inc (Featured)

www.beltline.org


Runner-up: King of Pops


www.kingofpops.net

Best non-commercial radio station BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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WABE-FM (90.1)

www.pba.org


Runner-up: 88.5 (WRAS-FM)


www2.gsu.edu

Best off-the-beaten-path tourist destination BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Oakland Cemetery

Runner-up: Little Five Points


littlefivepoints.net

Best OTP park BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Stone Mountain Park (Featured)

Runner-up: Kennesaw Mountain Park


900 Kennesaw Mountain Drive, Kennesaw, 770-427-4686, www.kennesaw.com

Best overall neighborhood BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Decatur

www.decaturga.com


Runner-up: Inman Park


www.inmanpark.org

Best overall radio station BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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92.9 Dave FM (Permanently Closed)

929dave.radio.com


Runners-up:


Q100 99.7 FM


www.q100atlanta.com


AND


WRAS 88.5 FM


www2.gsu.edu

Best overrated thing about Atlanta BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Buckhead

www.buckhead.net


Runner-up: Georgia Aquarium


225 Baker St., 404-581-4000, www.georgiaaquarium.org

Best party school BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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University of Georgia

www.uga.edu


Runner-up: Georgia Institute of Technology


www.gatech.edu

Best person you hate to love BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Nene Leakes

Runner-up: Neil Boortz


www.boortz.com

Best person you love to hate BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Sonny Perdue

www.gov.georgia.gov


Runner-up: John Oxendine


www.johnoxendine.com

Best picnic spot BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Piedmont Park (Featured)

Runner-up: Stone Mountain Park


1000 Robert E. Lee Drive, 770-498-5690, www.stonemountainpark.com

Best place to people-watch BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Little Five Points

littlefivepoints.net


Runner-up: Piedmont Park


400 Park Drive, 404-875-7275, www.piedmontpark.org

Best place to ride your bike BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
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Silver Comet Trail - Mavell Road / Nickajack Elementary Trailhead

Runner-up: Freedom Park


Corner of Moreland Avenue and E. Freedom Parkway, 404-817-6813, www.freedompark.org

Best playground BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Piedmont Park (Featured)

Runner-up: John Howell Park


801 Virginia Ave., 404-222-8244, www.atlanta-midtown.com

Best power couple BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
T.I. and Tiny

Runner-up: Arthur and Stephanie Blank


www.blankfoundation.org

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Best affordable day care BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Sunshine House

And other metro Atlanta locations.


Runner-up: Primrose School


1197 Peachtree St., Suite 554, 404-745-9797, and other metro Atlanta locations.


www.primroseschools.com

Best amenity-laden hotel BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead

Best annual event BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Dogwood Festival

www.dogwood.org


Runner-up: Peachtree Road Race


www.atlantatrackclub.org

Best annual release of aggression BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Pillow Fight Day

Best barely ITP park BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Whittier Mill Park

Best bet for next hot 'hood BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Old Fourth Ward

Best bizarro local news story BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Zebra loose on interstate
Runner-up: Woman crashes into Green's liquor store for second time

Best bizarro news story BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Ban on human microchipping
In saner states, legislative hearings to address the problem of involuntary implantation of microchips would easily score as the year's weirdest news story. But in Georgia, where the General Assembly also passed a bill allowing motorists to keep and eat their roadkill, the proposed BAN ON HUMAN MICROCHIPPINGmore...
In saner states, legislative hearings to address the problem of involuntary implantation of microchips would easily score as the year's weirdest news story. But in Georgia, where the General Assembly also passed a bill allowing motorists to keep and eat their roadkill, the proposed BAN ON HUMAN MICROCHIPPING needed a little something extra. As luck would have it, that came in the form of a DeKalb County woman invited to testify to a Senate committee about how "researchers with the federal government" implanted a microchip in her "vaginal-rectum area." The microchip, she said, is activated by phone, like a beeper, with the number displayed "on billboards throughout the city." Naturally, the committee OK'd the bill. less...

Best charity BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Atlanta Community Food Bank (Permanently Closed)

Runner-up: Habitat for Humanity


519 Memorial Drive, 404-223-5180, and other metro Atlanta locations. www.habitat.org.

Best country music radio station BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
94.9 FM The Bull (Permanently Closed)

www.bullatlanta.com


Runner-up: 101.5 (WKHX-FM)


www.wkhx.com

Best display of the power of the MSM BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Susan Richardson TV Interview
This year's turnover in state House leadership wasn't brought about by voters, prosecutors or an act of God. Instead, it was due to the SUSAN RICHARDSON TV INTERVIEW with Fox 5 reporter Dale Russell. The six-minute piece, in which the Speaker's ex described his frolicking with lobbyists, is proof thatmore...
This year's turnover in state House leadership wasn't brought about by voters, prosecutors or an act of God. Instead, it was due to the SUSAN RICHARDSON TV INTERVIEW with Fox 5 reporter Dale Russell. The six-minute piece, in which the Speaker's ex described his frolicking with lobbyists, is proof that the old-school news media can still affect big changes. less...

Best diverse college BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Georgia State University

Runner-up: Emory University


www.emory.edu

Best dog park BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Piedmont Dog Park (Featured)

Runner-up: ParkGrounds


142 Flat Shoals Ave. S.E., 678-528-9901, www.parkgrounds.com

Best evidence of social progress BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Gay elected officials
They still can't marry in Georgia, but it's clear that GAY ELECTED OFFICIALS are finding more public acceptance than ever before. Voters have sent two openly gay candidates to the state House, three to the Atlanta City Council and, this summer, for the first time ever, one to the Fulton County Commission.more...
They still can't marry in Georgia, but it's clear that GAY ELECTED OFFICIALS are finding more public acceptance than ever before. Voters have sent two openly gay candidates to the state House, three to the Atlanta City Council and, this summer, for the first time ever, one to the Fulton County Commission. And we're not even counting politicians who are in the closet! In fact, the Fulton race came down to a runoff between two lesbian candidates who handily out-polled a couple of breeders with nary a mention of sexual preference along the way. less...

Best free thing to do in Atlanta BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Piedmont Park (Featured)

Runner-up: Centennial Olympic Park


265 Park Ave. W., 404-222-7275, www.centennialpark.com

Best Georgia beach retreat BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Tybee Island

exploretybee.com


Runner-up: St. Simons Island


www.explorestsimonsisland.com

Best Georgia mountain escape BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Blue Ridge Mountains

blueridgeonline.com


Runner-up: Helen


www.helenga.org

Best hiking spot BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Stone Mountain Park (Featured)

Runner-up: Kennesaw Mountain


900 Kennesaw Mountain Drive, Kennesaw, 770-427-4686, www.kennesawmountain.areaparks.com

Best hometown Internet sensation BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Scoutmob

Best hope for Atlanta gridlock BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Regional transportation tax

Best hotel BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
St. Regis Atlanta

Runner-up: The Georgian Terrace Hotel


659 Peachtree St., 404-897-1991, www.thegeorgianterrace.com

Best intown hipster hootenanny BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Cabbagetown Park
Cold draft beer, live bluegrass and all the chili you can eat (until it runs out). What's not to love about Cabbagetown's annual CHOMP AND STOMP festival? Held the first Saturday in November, the day kicks off with a 5K run, but most folks come to get samples from the chili cook-off, have a few beersmore...
Cold draft beer, live bluegrass and all the chili you can eat (until it runs out). What's not to love about Cabbagetown's annual CHOMP AND STOMP festival? Held the first Saturday in November, the day kicks off with a 5K run, but most folks come to get samples from the chili cook-off, have a few beers and rub shoulders with pretty much every cool kid residing south of Ponce de Leon Avenue. There are also a few booths selling crafts, as well as a variety of food from local restaurants and vendors, including an entire slow-roasted hog. But possibly the most welcoming feature of the C&S is its laid-back Cabbagetown vibe; it's like one giant, day-long block party. Cabbagetown Park, Tye Street and Kirkwood Avenue. www.chompandstomp.com. less...

Best intown park BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Piedmont Park (Featured)

Runner-up: Grant Park


840 Cherokee Ave., 404-624-0697, www.gpconservancy.org

Best intro to Atlanta history BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Unseen Underground Walking Tour

Best jazz radio station BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Jazz 91.9 WCLK (Permanently Closed)

www.wclk.com


Runner-up: 91.1 (WREK-FM)


www.wrek.org

Best jogging path BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Freedom Park (Featured)

Runner-up: Silver Comet Trail


Cooper Lake Road at Mayell Road, 404-875-7284, www.pathfoundation.org

Best kids' radio show for non-kids BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
The Kids Are Alright
Airing Saturdays on 1690 (WMLB-AM), THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT touts itself as "kids' music for everyone." But that tag undersells the product. Each DIY-ish broadcast is a joyous riff on a single theme (summer, bugs, ice cream, etc.) lovingly curated from a vast library that ranges from the Pogues to Emmyloumore...
Airing Saturdays on 1690 (WMLB-AM), THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT touts itself as "kids' music for everyone." But that tag undersells the product. Each DIY-ish broadcast is a joyous riff on a single theme (summer, bugs, ice cream, etc.) lovingly curated from a vast library that ranges from the Pogues to Emmylou Harris to Bo Diddley. You don't need kids to appreciate its wit, indelible melodies and irresistible sing-alongs. www.1690wmlb.com/the-kids-are-alright less...

Best landmark BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Stone Mountain Park (Featured)

Runner-up: Fox Theatre


660 Peachtree St., 404-881-2100, www.foxtheatre.org

Best local athlete BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Jason Heyward
Runner-up: Matt Ryan

Best local athlete you've never heard of BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Evander Kane

Best local blog/blogger BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
The Quick + Dirty Dirty

Best local blogger BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Pecanne Log
Nowhere will you find more cleverly written posts on such Atlanta-centric topics as beer-swillin' 1930s circus elephants, the city's first parking deck or downtown's hidden beauty than at PECANNE LOG. At a time when others have retreated to Twitter or Facebook (or given up blogging entirely), its editor,more...
Nowhere will you find more cleverly written posts on such Atlanta-centric topics as beer-swillin' 1930s circus elephants, the city's first parking deck or downtown's hidden beauty than at PECANNE LOG. At a time when others have retreated to Twitter or Facebook (or given up blogging entirely), its editor, "Christa," remains one of Atlanta's best observers of the city's quirks, characters and history. www.pecannelog.com less...

Best local blogger BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Lindsay Roberts and Lauren Kraselsky

Best local celebrity BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Kevin Gillespie's beard
What's red and bushy, has fancy W Hotel parties thrown in its honor, can be spotted at local joints including Morelli's Ice Cream and the "Ghetto" Kroger and boasts nearly 8,000 Facebook fans? That would be KEVIN GILLESPIE'S BEARD. Kevin Gillespie might be a "Top Chef" finalist and James Beard semifinalistmore...

What's red and bushy, has fancy W Hotel parties thrown in its honor, can be spotted at local joints including Morelli's Ice Cream and the "Ghetto" Kroger and boasts nearly 8,000 Facebook fans? That would be KEVIN GILLESPIE'S BEARD. Kevin Gillespie might be a "Top Chef" finalist and James Beard semifinalist who can create a transcendent meal as easily with pork belly and veal chop as with a bundle of farm-fresh veggies, but it's his Yukon Cornelius-inspired facial hair that's earned him the national fame he deserves. Oh, and if you're angling for a KGB sighting, your best bet is the dining room at Woodfire Grill. The best tables offer an unobstructed view of the open kitchen - and the chef's lustrous beard.


Editor's note: This blurb has been modified to correctly reflect Gillespie's recognition from the James Beard Foundation.

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Best local celebrity BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Ludacris
Runner-up: Usher

Best local hero BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Clark Howard

clarkhoward.com


Runner-up: Jimmy Carter

Best local personality to follow on Twitter BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Neal Boortz

twitter.com/talkmaster


Runner-up: Andisheh Nouaree


www.twitter.com/andishehnouraee

Best local place to commune with nature BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Atlanta Botanical Garden (Featured)

Runner-up: Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area


www.nps.gov

Best local political figure BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Kasim Reed

Best local sports radio show host BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Chuck Oliver, WCNN-AM (680)

www.680thefan.com


Runner-up: Buck Belue, WCNN-AM (680)


www.680thefan.com

Best local sports romance BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Jason Heyward

Best local sports team BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Turner Field (Permanently Closed)

Runner-up: Atlanta Falcons


www.atlantafalcons.com

Best local TV anchor BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Monica Pearson

www.wsbtv.com


Runner-up: Brenda Wood


www.11alive.com

Best local TV, magazine, or newspaper reporter BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Doug Richards

www.11alive.com


Runners-up:


Thomas Wheatley


www.clatl.com


AND


Chad Radford


www.clatl.com

Best local YouTube video BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
"FU BP" on Krog Street Tunnel
Runner-up: Pants on the ground

Best morning drive-time radio show BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
"The Bert Show"

thebertshow.com


Runner-up: NPR "Morning Edition"


www.npr.org

Best neighborhood festival BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Inman Park Festival

www.inmanparkfestival.org


Runner-up: East Atlanta Strut


www.eastatlantastrut.com

Best neighborhood for after-hours BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Buford Highway
Atlanta's "last call" doesn't have to mean "good night." Just outside the city limits, late-night carousers and party animals flock to BUFORD HIGHWAY to seek the boompf boompf of Club Miami, the Latin rhythms of La Rumba and the drunken revelry of Karaoke Medley. (Don't forget the slender strippers ofmore...
Atlanta's "last call" doesn't have to mean "good night." Just outside the city limits, late-night carousers and party animals flock to BUFORD HIGHWAY to seek the boompf boompf of Club Miami, the Latin rhythms of La Rumba and the drunken revelry of Karaoke Medley. (Don't forget the slender strippers of Pink Pony.) Top it off with 4:30 a.m. carne asada at any of the late-night authentic taquerias and you can see why Buford Highway beckons. less...

Best neighborhood for nightlife BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
East Atlanta

Best neighborhood for yard sales BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Virginia-Highland

www.virginiahighland.com


Runners-up:


Candler Park


www.candlerpark.org


AND


Decatur


www.decaturga.com

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