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This week, ArtsATL chronicles downtown Decatur's transition from a sleepy train stop, to moribund business district to hip culinary destination "where the pedestrian is king." The most impactful decision for Decatur — if not all of metro Atlanta — was made by its townsfolk nearly 200 years ago. The city is also partly to blame for the name of Dacula, which is not pronounced "DAK-You-Luh." [ArtsATL]