This picture was taken February 19, 2010 in Decatur, GA
I nearly drove by but the message confused me.
Why is this sign still necessary?
Most Americans think that being a vegetarian is some weird rebellion against society. Recently when visiting an Indian Restaurant I picked up a Khabar magazine highlighting Indian-American culture. One of the articles was about the difficult transition of an Indian coming from a vegetarian culture to America “beef country.” I hope you are as intrigued by the information is this article as I am. BTW if you are considering becoming a vegetarian scroll down to the sidebars for great references. Continue reading
ATLANTA – Protests are planned in front of the Fulton County courthouse Today at 5:30 p.m. after a former Atlanta police officer was cleared of killing a teenager.
A judge said former officer Raymond Bunn was justified when he shot and killed 18-year old Corey Ward. Continue reading
It has been a great couple of months for Hip Hop. With stellar album/mixtape releases from Jay-Z, Slaughterhouse, M.O.P., Raekwon, Kid Cudi and Drake Hip Hop once again has become a marriage of beats, style and thought provoking lyrics. I have often blamed the south for killing hip hop but after having separate conversations with a nationally renown DJ and the CEO of a start-up music label the real death of Hip Hop has made itself apparent. Continue reading
On a plot of soil, nestled against the backdrop of skyscrapers in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, a group of residents are turning a lack of access to fresh produce into a revival of old traditions and self-empowerment.
HABESHA Gardens is one of many urban gardens sprouting up around the country. Fruits and vegetables are thriving in this community garden located in an economically depressed area of the city known as Mechanicsville. Continue reading