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2013 Best Of Atlanta Large


2013 Index of Winners

Best public tennis court BOA Award Winner

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Bitsy Grant Tennis Center AND Candler Park AND Grant Park

Best rabble-rouser BOA Award Winner

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Common Cause Georgia
While progressive political group Better Georgia has emerged as a major GOP foe and a force to be reckoned with, Common Cause Georgia truly deserves applause for daring to question City Hall and the business elite. Amid the rushed process of the Atlanta Falcons' new stadium deal, the ethics watchdogmore...
While progressive political group Better Georgia has emerged as a major GOP foe and a force to be reckoned with, Common Cause Georgia truly deserves applause for daring to question City Hall and the business elite. Amid the rushed process of the Atlanta Falcons' new stadium deal, the ethics watchdog group stood as one of the few steadfast opponents and continuously expressed concerns. The organization called out city officials, most notably Mayor Kasim Reed, for what it considered a failure to maintain transparency. Common Cause also raised hell over the use the hotel and motel tax, from which at least $200 million (and potentially hundreds of millions more) will go toward the stadium's construction. In the end, Common Cause made a valiant, albeit unsuccessful, effort to collect 35,000 signatures to force the issue to a referendum. www.commoncause.org/ga. less...

Best radio/DJ personality BOA Award Winner

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Aly Young of 105.7 (WRDA-FM)

Best radio station BOA Award Winner

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105.7 (WRDA-FM)

Best reaction to a bad idea BOA Award Winner

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Smart Growth Atlanta
About a year ago, veteran Atlanta developer Jeff Fuqua announced plans to turn a defunct Glenwood Park cement factory along the Atlanta Beltline into a massive retail center. The proposed shopping complex included a 143,000-square-foot big-box anchor tenant rumored to be a Walmart and a sea of parkingmore...
About a year ago, veteran Atlanta developer Jeff Fuqua announced plans to turn a defunct Glenwood Park cement factory along the Atlanta Beltline into a massive retail center. The proposed shopping complex included a 143,000-square-foot big-box anchor tenant rumored to be a Walmart and a sea of parking lots. Residents of Grant Park, Ormewood Park, and other surrounding communities quickly hired a lawyer and formed Smart Growth Atlanta and began fighting for a more walkable, denser development that meshes with the Beltline's vision. In July, their adamant pushback swelled to the point where hundreds of concerned opponents piled into City Hall to support an attempted rezoning effort. They heckled Fuqua's representatives and pressured Zoning Review Board members. After a small victory that evening, one local resident even wept tears of joy. It remains to be seen how Fuqua's proposal will pan out (Edgewood Retail District redux?), but it's clear that southeast Atlantans don't want the same car-centric development found in the suburbs - and want to protect the transit-oriented, walkable Beltline vision they helped create during planning meetings. www.smartgrowthatlanta.org. less...

Best rec league BOA Award Winner

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Atlanta Rollergirls

Best riverwalk BOA Award Winner

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Island Ford
If you want a quiet hike or run in one of the Chattahoochee River's more scenic and less crowded areas (with plenty of nooks where you can take a dip, depending on the water quality) head to Island Ford. The approximately 300-acre North Fulton enclave, which serves as the recreation area's headquarters,more...
If you want a quiet hike or run in one of the Chattahoochee River's more scenic and less crowded areas (with plenty of nooks where you can take a dip, depending on the water quality) head to Island Ford. The approximately 300-acre North Fulton enclave, which serves as the recreation area's headquarters, boasts a trail through the forest and along the river with clear views of gently flowing water, shoals, kayaking, and geese galore. Unlike other sections of the river, Island Ford is relatively free from development. If you have any questions, stop by the well-maintained visitor station that was once the 1930s summer home - made with timber from the Okefenokee Swamp and Stone Mountain rock - of former Georgia Supreme Court Judge Samuel Hewlett. www.nps.gov/chat. less...

Best rock radio station BOA Award Winner

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105.7 (WRDA-FM)

Best skate park BOA Award Winner

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Historic Fourth Ward Park

Best sports team you're not watching BOA Award Winner

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Atlanta Silverbacks
Who says Atlanta teams don't win championships? In April, thanks to the turnaround job led by new coach Brian Haynes, the Atlanta Silverbacks edged out the Carolina Railhawks to win the North American Soccer League's spring championship. With a small-but-rabid fan base and solid squad - including forwardsmore...
Who says Atlanta teams don't win championships? In April, thanks to the turnaround job led by new coach Brian Haynes, the Atlanta Silverbacks edged out the Carolina Railhawks to win the North American Soccer League's spring championship. With a small-but-rabid fan base and solid squad - including forwards Pedro Mendes and Danny Barrera and goalkeeper Eric Ati - that in the past has drawn the attention of Major League Soccer scouts, it's clear the scrappy team that plays in the shadow of the Spaghetti Junction has potential to win more silverware. www.atlantasilverbacks.com/fc/. less...

Best step to becoming a smarter city BOA Award Winner

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Govathon
In February, City Hall officials brainstormed with programmers, data junkies, and other tech-minded geeks during Govathon, the first-ever citywide hackathon. Held inside City Hall's Old Council Chambers, city officials pitched citizens eager to improve Atlanta on projects and programs their underfundedmore...
In February, City Hall officials brainstormed with programmers, data junkies, and other tech-minded geeks during Govathon, the first-ever citywide hackathon. Held inside City Hall's Old Council Chambers, city officials pitched citizens eager to improve Atlanta on projects and programs their underfunded departments need. After working together for the better part of 24 hours, consuming countless pizza slices and cups of coffee, teams emerged with proposals for a series of promising Web programs and apps, many of which the city hopes to develop. The highlights include programs that generate online police reports, can search city park amenities or report vacant homes in blighted areas, and allow residents to rate Atlanta's customer service. Who said civic collaboration couldn't be fun? www.govathon.com. less...

Best step to make Atlanta more bikeable BOA Award Winner

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$2.5 million to bicycle projects
The Atlanta City Council made a wise move back in February when it dedicated $2.5 million to bicycle projects. The cash comes from unspent bond funding and the infrastructure upgrades, including bike lanes, are planned for Midtown, Old Fourth Ward, Castleberry Hill, and portions of southwest Atlanta.more...
The Atlanta City Council made a wise move back in February when it dedicated $2.5 million to bicycle projects. The cash comes from unspent bond funding and the infrastructure upgrades, including bike lanes, are planned for Midtown, Old Fourth Ward, Castleberry Hill, and portions of southwest Atlanta. The funding would also create the city's first-ever "bike boulevard" along James P. Brawley Drive, connecting Atlanta University Center to nearby neighborhoods. Some projects, including a two-way "cycle track" on 10th Street, have already been built. Others, including bike lanes along Ponce de Leon Avenue and Juniper Street, are underway or scheduled to begin soon. Once complete, they'll be a major boon to the city's bicycling community. www.atlantabike.org/comingup. less...

Best step to tackle homelessness BOA Award Winner

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Homeless Registry
It's hard to combat homelessness if you don't know exactly who or how many need help. Atlanta's officials realized this last year. The city's Innovation Delivery Team, which is funded by a grant from New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's philanthropic foundation, wanted to figure out a better way to getmore...
It's hard to combat homelessness if you don't know exactly who or how many need help. Atlanta's officials realized this last year. The city's Innovation Delivery Team, which is funded by a grant from New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's philanthropic foundation, wanted to figure out a better way to get men and women off the city's streets. So City Hall recruited an army of volunteers on a freezing January evening to help create its first-ever Homeless Registry. Over a 12-hour period, volunteers visited Atlanta's shelters and other so-called hot spots where they offered participants $5 McDonald's gift cards in exchange for taking a confidential survey. In total, the volunteers spoke with nearly 400 people. The survey asked personal questions about past employment, housing, substance abuse, and mental illness history. Although the findings won't solve the problem of homelessness, at least the city now has a better idea of what the issues are. www.unshelterednomore.com. less...

Best stray animal BOA Award Winner

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Piper the Beltline Cat
Not too many animals, domesticated or not, have their own Facebook page with more than 4,600 likes. But Piper the Beltline Cat, so named for her home in a drainage pipe along the Atlanta Beltline's Eastside Trail, has become an Atlanta celebrity and unofficial mascot for the smart-growth project evermore...
Not too many animals, domesticated or not, have their own Facebook page with more than 4,600 likes. But Piper the Beltline Cat, so named for her home in a drainage pipe along the Atlanta Beltline's Eastside Trail, has become an Atlanta celebrity and unofficial mascot for the smart-growth project ever since she cozied up in the metal coop earlier this year. It was there that she would chow down on Fancy Feast and "read" fan mail left in the mailbox admirers planted in her front yard. That is, until she was "bought out" by a developer building a residential complex atop her claimed home. No worries, however. The feline apparently found a new home a few blocks from the Beltline in a similar pipe attached to a bungalow. A big *pawbump* (her catchphrase, not ours) to the city's coolest stray. www.facebook.com/BeltLinePiper. less...

Best street BOA Award Winner

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Peachtree Street

Best street character BOA Award Winner

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Baton Bob
batonbob.weebly.com

Best suburb BOA Award Winner

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Decatur

Best talk radio station BOA Award Winner

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WSB (95.5-FM) and (750-AM)

Best underrated thing about Atlanta BOA Award Winner

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Atlanta Rollergirls

Best urban hike BOA Award Winner

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Atlanta Beltline Inc
The Atlanta Beltline's Eastside Trail is a great place to visit if you want to get lost in a real-life artist's rendering of a smart-growth Nirvana. If you're in the mood for more rustic splendor, head south to Adair Park. There, the Beltline's Southwest Trail weaves through lush grass, between old warehouses,more...
The Atlanta Beltline's Eastside Trail is a great place to visit if you want to get lost in a real-life artist's rendering of a smart-growth Nirvana. If you're in the mood for more rustic splendor, head south to Adair Park. There, the Beltline's Southwest Trail weaves through lush grass, between old warehouses, and under beautiful bridges. (Wear galoshes after rainy days, as the makeshift path is below grade and prone to flooding.) In late August, Beltline officials won an $18 million federal grant that will help fund construction of the trail segment to match the Eastside's design. While that's great news, it will be bittersweet for those who love the southwest's rustic authenticity and meandering feel. Enjoy it while you can. www.beltline.org. less...

best urban radio station BOA Award Winner

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103.3 (WVEE-FM)
v103.cbslocal.com

Best vision for Atlanta's west side BOA Award Winner

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Northside Drive Corridor Study
Walk along Northside Drive and you'll pass auto shops, stores set far back from the street, and traffic congestion. Try to cross the busy north-south thoroughfare and you better have a will. Georgia Tech professor Mike Dobbins and a group of his students have set out to overhaul what's essentially anmore...
Walk along Northside Drive and you'll pass auto shops, stores set far back from the street, and traffic congestion. Try to cross the busy north-south thoroughfare and you better have a will. Georgia Tech professor Mike Dobbins and a group of his students have set out to overhaul what's essentially an intown highway. Over the course of a year, the former Atlanta planning commissioner and his pupils brainstormed and created the Northside Drive Corridor Study, a beautiful vision of transit, mixed-use development, and walkable environments that could improve Northside Drive. Among the proposals: starting bus rapid transit, turning the reservoir along Howell Mill Road into a park, and promoting dense, mixed-income developments. The analysis was timely - both a new Atlanta Falcons stadium and possible Amtrak and Greyhound stations are being considered along the road, which could mean major changes in the years to come. Heavy-hitters such as Central Atlanta Progress, the Midtown Alliance, City Hall, and Georgia Department of Transportation sponsored the study, so it's likely it will have some strong advocates when upgrades are considered. www.northsidedrvision.gatech.edu. less...

Best volunteer program BOA Award Winner

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Hands On Atlanta AND Trees Atlanta

Best walkable neighborhood BOA Award Winner

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Virginia Highland

Best elementary School BOA Award Winner

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Mary Lin Elementary School

Best adult store to stoke your sexual healing BOA Award Winner

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Liberator Flagship Store
While tempting in theory, most adult stores tend to traffic in pure tackiness. If discount bins of dildos and used porno flicks don't turn you on, you might want to try Liberator. Located in an industrial park just outside I-285, the five-year-old store is actually the showroom attached to Liberator'smore...
While tempting in theory, most adult stores tend to traffic in pure tackiness. If discount bins of dildos and used porno flicks don't turn you on, you might want to try Liberator. Located in an industrial park just outside I-285, the five-year-old store is actually the showroom attached to Liberator's 140,000 square feet of space from which the decade-old company manufactures and ships bedroom adventure gear to online customers and 1,000 adult retailers across the nation. Its high-end exhibition of erotic arts includes top-of-the-line LELO brand vibrators, hand-blown glass dildos, and butt plugs with detachable faux fox-fur tails. Furniture-grade foam wedges, like the Hipster, offer lumbar support for her and deeper penetration for him. With bright lighting, beds for fully clothed demonstrations, and a personal shopper on hand, it's easy to see why they call Liberator the Apple of sex stores. It's the kind of place where couples can come together - hint, hint - and increase their sexual wellness without feeling pressured to perform like a porn star. less...

Best adult toy store BOA Award Winner

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Inserection
And other metro Atlanta locations.

Best antique store BOA Award Winner

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Highland Row Antiques AND Kudzu Antiques

Best art market BOA Award Winner

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Young Blood Boutique

Best art supplies BOA Award Winner

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Sam Flax

Best Asian food market BOA Award Winner

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Super H Mart
And multiple metro Atlanta locations

Best barbershop BOA Award Winner

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Roosters Men's Grooming Center

Best bike shop BOA Award Winner

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Outback Bikes

Best bikini wax BOA Award Winner

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Brazilian Wax by Andreia
And other metro Atlanta locations.

Best bookstore to reignite your passion for the printed word BOA Award Winner

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Atlanta Vintage Books
The printed word might seem like a dead art in the 21st century, but that's what makes Atlanta Vintage Books' niche so sweet. Husband-and-wife team Bob Roarty and Jan Bolgla purchased the bookstore seven years ago as a passion project to take them well into retirement. Featuring approximately 70,000more...
The printed word might seem like a dead art in the 21st century, but that's what makes Atlanta Vintage Books' niche so sweet. Husband-and-wife team Bob Roarty and Jan Bolgla purchased the bookstore seven years ago as a passion project to take them well into retirement. Featuring approximately 70,000 books in 7,000 square feet of space, the store has broadened its customer base by specializing in hard-to-find and out-of-print editions of nonfiction and more than 3,000 books on horror, sci-fi, and fantasy. Other treasured finds include a first-edition copy of Gone With the Wind for $7,000, LIFE and National Geographic magazines dating back to 1936 and 1926, respectively, and an old tome printed on rag paper from the year 1632 on "The Historie of Great Britain." In the kind of lived-in space meant to while away a weekend afternoon - complete with five house cats - the store hosts literary salons on the third Saturday of every month for local author discussions and writer workshops. Local television productions such as "The Vampire Diaries" and "Devious Maids" have rented books here to complete their on-screen sets. The books, however, are the real stars. less...

Best bootcamp BOA Award Winner

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FitWit of Kirkwood/Decatur

Best boot camp BOA Award Winner

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FitWit of Kirkwood/Decatur
A cold beer with friends after a long day of work is a fine thing, and certainly a more tempting way to unwind than a three-mile run and a few sets of jump lunges. Unless you're a member of FitWit, that is. Launched in Atlanta in 2006 by a pair of former teachers/coaches as an after-school fitness andmore...
A cold beer with friends after a long day of work is a fine thing, and certainly a more tempting way to unwind than a three-mile run and a few sets of jump lunges. Unless you're a member of FitWit, that is. Launched in Atlanta in 2006 by a pair of former teachers/coaches as an after-school fitness and tutoring program for local youth (get it - FitWit), the boot camp quickly caught on with adults because it turned out to be so damn fun. Ask any FitWitter why she keeps saying no to a frosty pint and yes to a harrowing kettlebell workout and the answer will undoubtedly be "the people." FitWit combines group exercise with individualized workouts by professional trainers so that campers can work toward personal goals with a support system, but without the pressure of unreasonable competition. Camps in Decatur, Grant Park, North Druid Hills, and Midtown make finding the time to exercise easy with multiple morning and evening sessions. A portion of each month's profits benefit the FitWit Foundation, a nonprofit sister organization that continues the program's original mission of youth health education. After all the calories burned with FitWit, we can drink to that, can't we? www.fitwit.com. less...

Best boutique BOA Award Winner

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Wild Flag

Best boutique for bold fashion statements BOA Award Winner

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Ginza Boutique
Before Trinidad Jame$ became a household name for popping mollies and sweating, he was popping tags in Ginza Boutique. The Atlanta rapper worked at the five-year-old Underground Atlanta boutique for three years. It still bears the imprint of his incomparable fashion sense: allover print tees from Crooksmore...
Before Trinidad Jame$ became a household name for popping mollies and sweating, he was popping tags in Ginza Boutique. The Atlanta rapper worked at the five-year-old Underground Atlanta boutique for three years. It still bears the imprint of his incomparable fashion sense: allover print tees from Crooks & Castles, chunky-lettered snapbacks from Paislee Ltd., and designer backpacks from Sprayground and Herschel Supply. At Ginza, it's all bold everything. less...

Best boutique liquor store BOA Award Winner

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Holeman & Finch Bottle Shop
Simply put, a liquor store is a store that sells liquor. But if you're a passionate lover of spirit culture or even remotely interested in cultivating your inner, dare we say, mixologist, H&F Bottle Shop is the place to go. The cocktail masterminds behind the acclaimed Holeman & Finch Public Housemore...
Simply put, a liquor store is a store that sells liquor. But if you're a passionate lover of spirit culture or even remotely interested in cultivating your inner, dare we say, mixologist, H&F Bottle Shop is the place to go. The cocktail masterminds behind the acclaimed Holeman & Finch Public House chose a spot just one-quarter mile north on Peachtree Road, in the heart of Buckhead's Peachtree-Battle Shopping Center, to house their boozy boutique emporium. The shop's inventory is divided between fine wines, mostly small batch, esoteric spirits, a modest selection of craft beer, mixers, and an impressive collection of herbal liqueurs and cordials. But what sets the Bottle Shop apart is how every aspect of the place is designed to leave people informed and equipped to make awesome drinks at home. Spirits and bitters are conveniently arranged around recipe cards - the shop actually has a fully functional card catalog filled with cocktail recipes indexed by base spirit. An oversized dinner table is covered with assorted bartender paraphernalia: jiggers, shakers, swizzled bar spoons. If you're new and confounded by any of it, the Bottle Shop's helpful staff is happy to lead you in the right direction. less...

Best bridal shop BOA Award Winner

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Kelly's Closet

Best car wash BOA Award Winner

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Cactus Car Wash
And multiple metro Atlanta locations

Best car wash for the VIP treatment BOA Award Winner

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Auto Spa Bistro
It's almost hard to believe this city survived for so long without Auto Spa Bistro, a car wash and auto detailer that comes complete with a full bar, VIP area, and breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus. On summer weekends, the modest lot transforms into a virtual auto show as Bentleys, Lambos, and Escaladesmore...
It's almost hard to believe this city survived for so long without Auto Spa Bistro, a car wash and auto detailer that comes complete with a full bar, VIP area, and breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus. On summer weekends, the modest lot transforms into a virtual auto show as Bentleys, Lambos, and Escalades pull in for servicing. But the real scene happens inside, where flat screens encircle a VIP area complete with plush sofas and mirrored walls. The bistro, which regularly hosts parties and happy hour events, made for the perfect setup during a taping of "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta" last season - minus the drama, of course. If you don't have a high-end luxury mobile, don't worry; exterior hand washes only run $15. Just make sure you bring enough money to hose down your throat while you wait. 348 14th St. 678-974-8187. www.autospabistro.com. less...

Best caterer BOA Award Winner

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Bold American Catering AND Sun in My Belly

Best CDs BOA Award Winner

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Criminal Records

Best chiropractic BOA Award Winner

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Highlands Chiropractic Clinic

Best cigar store BOA Award Winner

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Highland Cigar Co.

Best clothes you can't afford BOA Award Winner

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Phipps Plaza

Best comic bookstore BOA Award Winner

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Criminal Records

Best consignment store BOA Award Winner

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Finders Keepers Fashions
And other metro Atlanta locations.

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