I believe they’re calling it the Ponce City Market now, but I’ll always remember it as City Hall East, or the old Sears Roebuck building. When I was in the Atlanta Jaycees in the 90s, we’d volunteer with the Empty Stocking Fund, at their Santa’s Workshop which was set up here. Across the street is the field where the Atlanta Crackers played baseball. Now, part of the Beltway Trail runs nearby.
Published by G. M. Lupo
G. M. Lupo is an author and award-winning playwright living in Middle Georgia. His play, Opposites Detract, premiered at Amplifest by Merely Players Present in 2019 and his work A Debt to Pay, premiered at Tapas III, Academy Theatre, Hapeville, GA in June 2018. His full-length play, Another Mother, won the 2017 Essential Theatre Play Writing Award, and received its world premiere in Atlanta in August 2017. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild. His most recent publication is Rebecca, Too (2018), a novel, available at online book sellers and in eBook format at Books2Read.com/RebeccaToo. View all posts by G. M. Lupo