A Tupac Musical Gets a Second Chance

An Atlanta theater still believes in “Holler if Ya Hear Me,” which makes use of the rapper’s songbook but stumbled on Broadway in 2014.

Democrats Seethe After Georgia Loss: ‘Our Brand Is Worse Than Trump’

By ALEXANDER BURNS and JONATHAN MARTIN June 21, 2017 Democrats scrambled to regroup on Wednesday after a disappointing special election defeat in Georgia, with lawmakers, activists and labor leaders speaking out in public and private to demand a...

Karen Handel Wins Georgia Special Election, Fending Off Upstart Democrat

By JONATHAN MARTIN and RICHARD FAUSSET June 20, 2017 ATLANTA — Karen Handel, a veteran Republican officeholder, overcame a deluge of liberal money to win a special House election in Georgia on Tuesday, bridging the divide in her own party...

<div>In Atlanta, Murals as Art, and as Zoning Law Test Cases</div>

Atlanta is filled with murals, but an ordinance regulating them prompted a federal lawsuit. It is a dispute of art and municipal zoning that turns on constitutional principles.

Democrats in Split-Screen: The Base Wants It All. The Party Wants to Win.

By ALEXANDER BURNS and JONATHAN MARTIN June 11, 2017 DUNWOODY, Ga. — Democrats are facing an open breach between the demands of their political base and the strict limits of their power, as liberal activists dream of transforming the health...

How a Golf Course Is Reshaping a New Orleans Neighborhood

The newly opened South Course at Bayou Oaks and Columbia Parc, a mixed-income development, rose from the ruins of Hurricane Katrina.