Tattoos are in no short supply around campus. Athens hosts a number of tattoo shops for residents looking to get their first tattoo or add on …
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Tattoos are in no short supply around campus. Athens hosts a number of tattoo shops for residents looking to get their first tattoo or add on to those they already have. The number of visible …
Amid Korean barbecue, kombucha and franchised pizza restaurants on Baxter Street sits Farm Cart, a small farm-to-table breakfast and lunch spot that specializes in locally-sourced biscuit sandwiches.
Although the art of tattooing can be dated back to 3370 B.C., it did not always have the mainstream popularity it has today.