Why is every street in Atlanta named "Peachtree"? What do Atlantans mean when they say "Inside the Perimeter" or "Outside the Perimeter"? Why can't Atlanta handle a little snow? Why do locals hate it when you call it "Hotlanta"? These and many of your other burning questions about life in Atlanta make up What's With Atlanta? a guide to some of the most unique aspects of Georgia's capital city. Author Paige Watts dives deep into the history and culture of Atlanta, from its beginnings as a railroad hub to its status as "Hollywood of the South." Atlanta is full of one-of-a-kind attractions, unique festivals and traditions, architectural marvels, and a mix of Southern comfort food and international cuisines that make it a city unlike any other. Want to know how Atlanta became the home of the Braves or what part fried chicken played in the Civil Rights Movement? This book will satisfy your curiosity about all the little things that make Atlanta tick and all the big events that shaped the city's history. Whether you're a local or are just passing through, a tourist or a life-long resident, this entertaining guide will answer all these questions and more.