School might be out for the summer, but Intown is heating up with openings and events that will make this a memorable June. The Center for Civil and Human Rights opens in Downtown this month, while summer film and arts festivals abound. If you’re searching for a new place to live, Intown’s apartment boom continues with dozens of projects underway and many more announced for the future.

Also in the June issue you’ll find out more about a hit graphic novel created by a local writer , what the new Atlanta Public Schools’ superintendent has in store for the next school year and how the city of Atlanta’s sustainability goals are being met.

For the foodies, we have a delicious feature on Revolution Doughnuts, a review of Star Provisions and a preview of the reopening of the iconic Polaris atop the Hyatt in Downtown.

To read the June issue, click the cover or this link.

Dive in and enjoy!

Collin Kelley
INtown Editor

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.