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A Crumbling Landmark

paschals1.jpgTim Carman, of The Washington Post, writes about how Paschal’s Motor Hotel and Restaurant's past, present, and future and how what was once "the epicenter of the Civil Rights Movement" has fallen into disrepair. It's an interesting article with lots of backstory and a quote from Atlanta Magazine's dining editor and critic Bill Addison who says: "While I respect the Paschal’s lineage very much, if I want to experience a sense of history in an African American-run soul food joint that has civil rights connections, I go to the Busy Bee Cafe." [The Washington Post]

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