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23 hours ago PTBNL Episode 43: Tough series in Oakland, Soroka, AJ Smith-Shawver promotion, Arizona preview and more
D. Ross Cameron-USA TODAY Sports Kris and Stephen are back with another episode of The Podcast to be Named Later In Episode 43 of The Podcast to be Named Later, Kris and Stephen are back to talk about the tough series in Oakland, Michael Soroka’s encouraging debut, AJ Smith-Shawver’s surprise promotion, and the current state of the team overall. The guys also breakdown the upcoming Diamondbacks series as well as an overview of the upcoming schedule in June. Please check out the podcast via Apple Podcasts (where we strongly encourage you to leave a five-star review and rating), Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Google Podcasts, or you can find us at our MegaPhone page for all the latest
404area has new update 1 day ago Falcoholinks: All the Falcons news you need for Friday, June 2
Photo by Kevin D. Liles/Atlanta Braves/Getty Images LIIIINKS Want some Atlanta Falcons’ links? Well, we got ‘em. Dive into some news and notes to kick off your Friday morning. Post-draft roster reviews Entering the 2023 NFL season, the Falcons appear in a far better position personnel-wise than last year. We’ve been charting each positional group’s standing in the wake of the 2023 NFL Draft, and previewing their respective strengths and weaknesses: Special Teams Safety Offensive line Running back Tight end Wide receiver Notes on OTAs A few takeaways from OTAs, where Matt Hennessy working out with the 1’s on the offensive line took most of the headlines. An interview with Tyler Allgeier Our own Allen Strk had the opportunity to chat with second-year running back Tyler Allgeier, and the pair discussed his memorable rookie campaign, the path forward, and how Allgeier will work with rookie rusher Bijan Robinson to elevate the offensive attack. Both parts of the exclusive interview are below: Part One: Staying focused and having fun Part Two: A terrifying rushing tandem Barnwell drags Atlanta Ol’ Bill Barnwell over at ESPN is not a fan of Atlanta’s offseason in the slightest, and he made his thoughts known by listing the Falcons as having the 26th-best offseason in the league. Seemingly operating with parallel brainwaves, Pro Football Focus named the Falcons as having the 26th-best roster in the NFL.
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1 day ago Ford Fry Is Closing King and Duke in Buckhead This Month
King and Duke King and Duke closes after a decade on Peachtree Road in Buckhead June 18 Ford Fry is closing his Buckhead restaurant King and Duke Sunday, June 18, after ten years at One Buckhead Plaza on Peachtree Road. First reported by Tomorrow’s News Today, and confirmed by Eater with Fry, the decision to close apparently came down to the lease being up on the restaurant and Fry having no real interest in renewing for another decade. While a new tenant is already set to take over the space, Fry is staying mum on King and Duke’s replacement, only saying it’s not a restaurant from his Rocket Farms hospitality group. However, some reports indicate chef Fares Kargar is considering the Peachtree Road space for a location of his Persian restaurant Delbar. “We made the decision to not renew our lease for King + Duke, and the restaurant will close its doors for the last time on June 18. It’s time for someone else to come in and bring something new to the space (and we know the neighborhood will be excited to learn what that is),” Fry says in a statement provided to Eater. “Our full team will be offered positions at our other spots as we continue to look toward the newness of 2023.” That “newness” Fry refers to in the statement includes the opening of Little Sparrow later this summer in the former JCT Kitchen space at Westside Provisions District, followed by cocktail bar Bar Blanc upstairs in the JCT Bar space this fall. Fry recently opened two new locations of his Tex-Mex restaurant Superica in Dunwoody at Ashford Lane and on Howell Mill Road next to his seafood restaurant the Optimist. Next year, Fry plans to open a second location of chicken al carbon restaurant Little Rey at the upcoming Medley development headed to Johns Creek. Fry first opened King and Duke in 2013, naming the restaurant for two characters in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by American novelist Mark Twain. Fry told Eater at the time of the opening that he loved the novel and the characters of the king and the duke who “put on the facade of being royalty but were actually hillbillies.” The restaurant features a 24-foot wood-burning hearth and serves dishes fired over coal and wood, something Fry found to be “primitive but exacting food”. It was this type of cooking technique, he said, which sparked the idea behind the restaurant’s name, King and Duke. 3060 Peachtree Road, Atlanta. kinganddukeatl.com.
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1 day ago House Envy: Modern architecture and backyard amenities elevate this Blue Ridge home
Dubbed “The Peaks House,” this newly constructed home offers a refined approach to mountain living, says Lucy Small, the builder, designer, and listing agent through Engel & Volkers Atlanta and North Georgia Mountains. High ceilings and an abundance of windows are a large part of the appeal, as well as unexpected materials. The post House Envy: Modern architecture and backyard amenities elevate this Blue Ridge home appeared first on Atlanta Magazine.

Saturday Specials in Atlanta

DBA Barbecue
1190 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta GA, 30306
Brunch, Bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Marys
Bulla Gastrobar
Bar & Restaurant
60 11th Street Northeast, Atlanta GA, 30309
Bar patrons can order $5 small plates of ham croquettes, potato tortillas, or gazpacho. Larger bites starting at $8 include sautéed garlic shrimp and kale salad as well as cheese and charcuterie boards to pair with a glass of wine or a cocktail from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m
Bar & Restaurant
4505 Ashford Dunwoody Rd Suite 32, Atlanta GA, 30326
Cerveza Saturday
$14.99 Buckets of Select Beers (5 Beers) Mix and Match

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