It’s a Christmas miracle! Southern food institution The Colonnade is now taking credit cards. Serving up fried chicken, salmon croquettes, pot roast and those yummy rolls since 1927, The Colonnade on Cheshire Bridge Road has been cash or check only, with an ATM in the lobby for those who forgot. According to a report at WABE, the venerable restaurant is taking Visa, Master Card, Discover and cash. No checks, please.

A judge has rescheduled a hearing for the unemployed actor accused of killing four people, including a popular hair dresser. Aeman Presley’s preliminary hearing, originally scheduled for Dec. 26, is now scheduled for Jan. 6 according to our media affiliate CBS46.

Around 4:30am on Christmas Eve, the WeCycle Atlanta bike shop was broken into. Computers, office equipment, merchandise, tools, and a big screen TV used for workshops and presentations were stolen. Despite this setback, WeCycle is still moving forward with plans to distribute 20 bicycles to youth in need at their shop on December 26. The shop has launched an Indiegogo fundraising campaign and you can make a donation at this link.



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.

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