Dupree, Nathalie, and Cynthia Graubart. “The Flying Biscuit.” Atlanta Magazine. Atlanta Magazine, 23 May 2011. Web. 03 Mar. 2016. Nathalie Dupree, a chef and the author of ‘New Southern Cooking,’ and Cynthia Graubart, also a chef and author, write this article to glorify the famous biscuits that come from The Flying Biscuit Café. They are […]


Berta, Dina. “Q&A Champion: Flying Biscuit’s Ideal Servers.” Nation’s Restaurant News 10 Dec. 2007: 18. Business Source Corporate [EBSCO]. Web. 22 Feb. 2016. Dina Berta, a journalist for ‘Nation’s Restaurant News’ writes an article about her conversation with the founder of Flying Biscuits Café that uncovers the ‘business side of the franchise’. The evidence used […]


Lauterbach, Christiane. “Come Fly With Me.” Atlanta Magazine Jan. 2006: 188-89. Galileo. Web. 21 Feb. 2016. Christiane Lauterbach, a journalist for Atlanta magazine, is a food enthusiast who writes in this article about Flying Biscuit Café being a unique restaurant that has made “an art of comfort food.” Lauterbach writes ‘Come Fly with Me’ as […]

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“His & Her: Designing for a Post-Gender Society” by Suzanne Tick is an article that evaluates the depiction of gender and the influence of acceptance in this changing society. Accommodating all ‘genders’ is something all designers “should focus a critical eye on society’s issues, need to work within this discourse and help promote acceptance and […]

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“Making Bathrooms More ‘Accomodating’” by Emily Bazelzon examines the issues associated with transgender people and bathrooms. Bazelzon addresses in her introduction how society and the ‘norm’ has put a strain on those who see a problem with labeling public places “Transgender people..are asking society to rethink all of this, from signs, to design to who […]

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