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The top cheating neighborhoods around Atlanta

The top cheating neighborhoods around Atlanta

ATLANTA -- People in Cascade Heights and Decatur are more likely to cheat around metro Atlanta.

That's according to a website designed for people seeking affairs. AshleyMadison.com is a dating site for people who are already in relationships, and sites there are 85,833 cheaters who live in the metropolitan area.

Atlanta: America's nerdiest city

Atlanta: America's nerdiest city

ATLANTA -- Meredith Placko's closet isn't about clothes. Instead, it's about an identity. The racks contain many of the essential ingredients for a life she lives proudly as a nerd.

"The whole world is kind of embracing the geek chic concept," said Placko, a blogger and freelance TV producer.

It starts with Dragon*Con, the annual downtown Atlanta sci-fi nerdfest that cinched Placko's decision to move here from south Florida three years ago. Dragon*Con helped vault Atlanta to the top of a list of America's nerdiest cities, according to a real estate site.

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Fernbank celebrates 'Extreme 'Mammals'

Fernbank celebrates 'Extreme 'Mammals'

ATLANTA -- Fernbank Museum of Natural History is bringing some of the most bizarre mammals that ever lived back to life this year.

"Extreme Mammals: The Biggest, Smallest, and Most Amazing Mammals of All Time" opens Saturday, Mar. 2 at the DeKalb County museum.

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The exhibit explains how some of the featured mammals went extinct, while others survived and evolved into animals that still roam the earth today. From skeletons to taxidermy creatures, Extreme Mammals offers a close look at some of the most jaw-dropping specimens in history.

Admission to Extreme Mammals is included with a museum ticket. The exhibit closes on Aug. 18.