Category Archives: The Connector

Rethinking Antiquing at Paris on Ponce

From The Connector, February 2009:

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Antiques — the very word conjures up images of grandma-scented velvet chairs and dusty bureaus strewn with lace doilies. But once you enter the doors of the dark, vast and mysterious Paris on Ponce, you tend to abandon those musty preconceptions as soon as the owners, George and Judi Lee, welcome you in and offer you a drink. The Lees have spent the past eleven years stuffing the 50,000 square foot building with every curiosity one could imagine, and some that are even beyond imagination. Continue reading

What Goes Around Comes Around: Thrifting at Rag-o-Rama

From The Connector, January 2009:

Most SCAD-Atlanta students are probably familiar with the quirky, colorful neighborhood of Little Five Points. The notoriously rebellious, mohawked area of town is full of eccentric storefronts bearing a hodgepodge of random knick-knacks and vintage goods. One of the largest and most beloved of these shops is Rag-O-Rama, a veritable mecca of vintage and secondhand clothing, shoes and accessories. Continue reading