In the age of the Amazon Kindle, the Barnes and Noble Nook, and a host of other e-readers that have taken the literary scene by storm, many Americans have chosen to forgo physical books and opt for a sleeker, more environmentally friendly choice. However, for everyone toting a slim reading tablet in their backpack or purse, there’s still someone out there with a hard copy of their favorite novel in hand — and a lot of those someones can be found at A Cappella Books, located in Northeast Atlanta. If you live in the city’s Little Five Points neighborhood, you don’t need to go too far to get your independent bookshop fix. 

It’s hard enough for two artists to create together as colleagues, but the challenge doubles when it’s a married couple. Husband and wife Micah and Whitney Stansell, residents of College Park, Georgia, are frequent collaborators and skilled artists who know a thing or two about creative differences. 

The year 2019 is quickly coming to a close, and we still don’t have flying cars, a confirmed cure for cancer, or many other innovations that citizens of the past dreamed would be a part of our lives by now. What we have instead is an abundance of facial recognition technology that some people believe puts our security at risk. Ewa Nowak is one of those people.