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UberEATS coming to Atlanta
Uber Technologies Inc. is brining its UberEATS to A-Town. The San Francisco-based company’s new platform offers on-demand access to local dishes, sourced from Atlanta restaurants, and delivers them in 10 minutes or less, with the same cashless payment as an Uber ride. UberEATS offers different meals at different prices for lunch and dinner. There is typically a $3 delivery fee ($4 in New York), regardless of the number of meals one orders. The ride-hailing app already offers UberEATS in Austin,…
Blind lion held captive in illegal Peruvian circus rescued
Joseph the Lion, captured in Africa and sent to Peru where he was kept in a tiny cage and forced to perform in an illegal circus for years, has been rescued and will be transported in October to an animal...
Blind lion held captive in illegal Peruvian circus rescued
Hot Off the Press
Mapquest explores what to do in Atlanta before a Braves game, three local eateries make Southern Living’s best restaurants list and VisitSouth geeks out in Atlanta.

Key to the City: What to do in Atlanta before a Braves Game (Mapquest) - There’s so much to see in downtown Atlanta it can be hard to decide where to go first.

The South’s Best Restaurants 2015 (Southern Living) – BoccaLupo, Cakes & Ale and Miller Union in Atlanta are restaurants that everyone needs to try.

Geek Out in Atlanta (VisitSouth) - Atlanta is a great spot to indulge your inner dork, whether you prefer the nerd label or the dork moniker.

Visit news.atlanta.net each week for Hot Off The Press, a roundup of top Atlanta travel stories from across the nation.

Must watch video: An excited senior dog gets her freedom ride
A 9-year-old dog, named Sasha, had the time of her life on her freedom ride from the shelter.Sasha is a senior boxer lab who was abandoned to Cumberland County Animal Shelter in North Carolina about one week...
Must watch video: An excited senior dog gets her freedom ride
Coca-Cola CEO Kent lists New York condo for $2.45 million
The Coca-Cola Co. Chairman and CEO Muhtar Kent listed his Greenwich Village condo for $2.45 million. According to Sotheby's International Realty listing, the 1,248-square-foot pad at 21 Astor Place in New York has three rooms, one bedroom, one full bathroom and one half bathroom. The condominium building is full service, has a 24-hour doorman, private storage and a gym. The loft residence features a corner living room, an open chef's kitchen with lava stone counter tops, a Viking refrigerator, a…
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