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Arrested Development

The arts gurus at BURNAWAY tell the story of a little-known plan from the 1930s that would have beautified Grady Memorial Hospital's architecture and grounds in ways that likely would resonate today. In the days of Atlanta's "slum clearance" initiatives, the proposal called for a utopian conglomeration of beautiful buildings, scenic parks and flower gardens that one visionary proclaimed would be "one of the scenic spots of the city." Spoiler alert: It didn't happen. [BURNAWAY]