Off of Cascade Road in southwest Atlanta, a line of tents began popping up on top of a freshly paved parking lot at 5:30 in the morning on April 26. It was a hot and sunny day, one of those that feels like spring forgot about us and summer settled in far too soon.
Eating nutritious meals always seems easy until busy schedules get in the way. Your tummy is telling you to grab some food, and fast, but you’re heading to a board meeting, your kid’s soccer game or wherever life takes you. For someone trying to stave off starvation, getting the nutrition your body truly craves isn’t always easy.
When it comes to quick, on-the-go food, the Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Strips and Nuggets are at the top of the list. There’s just something about their golden-brown crispiness and dippability that make them a fan favorite. But in the world of chicken enthusiasts, diners are divided. What really are the differences between these two menu picks and what exactly makes people root for “Team Nugget” or “Team Strip?”
There’s an image you may have in your mind of today’s teenagers. Endless headlines about smart phone use and social media paint a pretty bleak picture. Well, here’s another headline: This month, more than 16,000 teenagers in 550 high schools across the country selflessly gave of their own time to help others.
James Knottek’s birthday gift lasted just a few seconds, but it’s one he will remember for the rest of his life. On a day like most, Knottek walked into work at his local Chick-fil-A restaurant. His first task was straightforward: keep the kitchen in tip-top shape so the restaurant could serve its more than 1,300 daily customers with ease (his co-workers affectionately call him “Captain America Cleaner”). But when Knottek’s manager asked him stop what he was doing so he could show him something in the back, he knew something was up.