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Weekend roundup

Photos: Catch up with what you may have missed in a weekend of cars, chili and art outdoors. | Gwinnett gets artsy

Dr. Oz

Dr. Oz in Atlanta

Dr. Mehmet Oz visits and conducts a clinic as his syndicated "Dr. Oz Show" moves to a new TV station. | More Radio & TV Talk

Tips for navigating Georgia Dome construction for Beyonce-Jay Z show

No longer On the Run

Beyonce and Jay Z ended their stadium tour in Paris, where the couple got engaged. | Reviewing the Atlanta show | See photos

Ed Sheeran

Concert review: Ed Sheeran

English star wows audience on Arena at Gwinnett Center stage. | Photos:  ONE Music Fest | Lamar appreciates Taylor Swift

Private Quarters

Private Quarters

Photos: Tudor-style Morningside home was Atlanta Constitution's Master Model in 1928. | Hunting for the perfect piece

SPORTS

TRAVEL

Culinary delights along the Alabama coast

Culinary delights along the Alabama coast

If you were going to update the lyrics to the song “Sweet Home Alabama,” wherein a 1970s-era narrator waxes poetic about blue skies and complex politics in the Heart of Dixie, a verse about food might be appropriate.

NATION & WORLD

Hillary Clinton in Iowa stirs 2016 speculation

Hillary Rodham Clinton, making her return to Iowa for the first time since the 2008 presidential campaign, implored Democrats on Sunday to choose shared economic opportunity over "the guardians of gridlock" in an high-profile appearance that drove speculation about another White House bid into overdrive.

BUSINESS

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Ben Carter’s comeback starts on the coast

Savannah – The temperature was nearing triple digits with a stifling August breeze, but Ben Carter walked Broughto Street with the energy of a schoolboy while painting his vision for remaking these historic commercial storefronts.

HEALTH

Update: Facebook apologizes, offers to help family of sick infant

Facebook apologized for refusing an ad posted by the father of a sick son who was hoping to raise awareness about the need for infant organ donation.

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GA & ATLANTA

Doing Good: Stand-up paddle board race raises education program funds

Lake Lanier’s Olympic Paddle was the go-to place for stand-up paddle boarders on Sept. 6. One of the fastest growing sports, SUP participants took to the water for the Amazing Atlanta SUP Race to benefit Wildnerness Works, a local organization that works with inner-city youth to enhance their lives with enriched educational programs connected with nature.

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Atlanta Sports

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Mark Bradley

Mark Bradley is a sports columnist and blogger for the AJC

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Jeff Schultz

Jeff Schultz is a sports columnist and blogger for the AJC

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Chip Towers on UGA

Georgia Bulldog blog on football, basketball, more sports

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Ken Sugiura on Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets sports blog from The AJC

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Georgia High School Sports

The Prep Zone blog covers high school sports in Atlanta and Georgia

News and Topics

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News to Me / George Mathis

An informative look at interesting news breaking on the Internet.

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Business beat

Atlanta, GA and US business news and how it affects you

Things to Do, Celebrities

The Buzz / Jennifer Brett

The Buzz / Jennifer Brett

Atlanta buzz about people, social life and celebrities

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Atlanta Shopping / Nedra Rhone

Find metro Atlanta deals and bargains to save you money

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The Music Scene / Melissa Ruggieri

Concerts, live music, Atlanta musicians and the best acts coming to town

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Atlanta Restaurant Scene / John Kessler

Best Atlanta restaurants, new places to try, recipes, Atlanta chefs and food

AJC Parenting

AJC Parenting

Raising healthy children without going insane, one blog post at a time.

Opinion

Mike Luckovich

Mike Luckovich

Today's editorial cartoon from the AJC's Pulitzer Prize winner

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Get Schooled / Maureen Downey

AJC blog about education in Georgia and the nation

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Jay Bookman

Opinion and commentary from the left