“Atlanta Hawks Official Online Store.” Atlanta Hawks Official Online Store. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Apr. 2016. The Atlanta Hawks easily directed me to Hawksshop.com. As I reviewed the tabs on the NBA team’s website, I clicked on the ‘Hawks Shop’ tab, where it lead me to the website. The creators of the website are in […]


“Philips Arena :: Home.” Philips Arena :: Home. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Apr. 2016. As I observed the Atlanta Hawks’ website, I discovered that the Hawks play their home games at Philips Arena. The website also directly leads you to the Phillips Arena website. I got there by going under the ‘More’ tab and clicking […]


“NBA.com, Official Site of the National Basketball Association.” NBA.com. NBA Media Ventures, LLC, n.d. Web. 25 Mar. 2016. The National Basketball Association website contains much more information than the Atlanta Hawks website. The website is created by the Association and employs who work to create it. The purpose of the website is to give fans […]


“Atlanta Hawks.” Atlanta Hawks. NBA Media Ventures, LLC, n.d. Web. 25 Mar. 2016. The Atlanta Hawks website is under the official National Basketball Association’s website and is ran by the web designers for the team. The evidence that supports this is at the bottom of the website under ‘Staff Directory.’ When clicking on that you […]


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 […]


Hankins, Katherine B., Robert Cochran, and Kate Driscoll Derickerson. “Making Space, Making Race: Reconstituting White Privilege in Buckhead, Atlanta.” Social & Cultural Geography (n.d.): 379-97. Advanced Placement Source. Web. 5 Feb. 2015. This article is about the area of Buckhead and the built-environment around it, especially Lenox, “Ultimately razed to make space for luxury shopping.” […]


Bove, Jessie. “Atlanta’s Lenox Square Adds Upscale Wing.” Ebscohost. Display & Design Ideas, Feb. 2008. Web. 4 Feb. 2016. This article written by Jessie Bove, Associate Editor of Display & Design Ideas, explains Lenox as the upscale mall it is. It addresses the people who shop there and its location. It does into detail about […]


Banjo, Shelly. Molla, Rani. “These Malls Didn’t Get the Memo They’re Dying.” Bloomberg. Bloomberg Company, 23 Dec. 2015. Web. 4 Feb. 2016. This Article by Shelly Banjo and Rani Molla is about middle class malls going under while malls with ‘A++’ grades become more and more popular. These women, who are journalists and consumers of […]

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