Welcome to Little Five Points Pharmacy new web site! It has been our pleasure to serve this great community for over 26 years. The uniqueness of this neighborhood is what makes the L5P area so very special. The professional staff at Little 5 Points Pharmacy is grateful to each and every one of you who allows us to serve your prescription and OTC medication needs.
What People are Saying at Atlanta CitySearch:
Small Town Service in the Middle of the City
LOVE this Pharmacy. Ira is the single most helpful pharmacist I have ever encountered. Not only does he know all of his regulars (and semi-regulars like me) by name, but he goes out of his way to make sure you understand the medication you’ve been prescribed, even offering helpful non-pharmaceutical products to speed your recovery. The employees are helpful and friendly, and the atmosphere is generally pleasant. They even carry Burt’s Bees and other alternative products. Shopping here is a great way to support local small businesses without sacrificing convenience.
If you’re nostalgic for the days of independent pharmacies, where customer service really means something and you’re not just a number in a computer with an insurance card, this is the place for you. There’s even a soda fountain! Video rentals are also available.
Meet The Staff
Judi Wagner — Judi is our resident Pharmacist and Herbalist. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. In addition, Judi graduated from the Atlanta School of Massage and the Living with Herbs Institute. She is a member of the American Herbalists Guild, the Georgia Herbalist Guild and the Georgia Pharmacy Association.
Ira Katz — Pharmacist and owner of Little 5 Points Pharmacy. Ira attended Emory University where he received his BS in Chemistry. He is also a graduate of St. John’s University College of Pharmacy. Ira is a proud member of the Georgia Pharmacy Association and member of the Board of Directors of Georgia’s Academy of Independent Pharmacy
Eleanor Walker — Eleanor is a graduate of the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy and is a specialist in herbs and nutriceuticals. Eleanor is a former owner of an pharmacy in the Athens, Georgia area and loves working as an independent pharmacist.
Atlanta Belly Dance Curriculum
Learn how to Bellydance
3 locations in Atlanta, including Little Five Points
1394 McLendon Ave NE,
Atlanta GA 30307
between Downtown & Decatur, just north of I-20
Atlanta Belly Dance LLC, home of the Nazeem Allayl Dancers, is the largest belly dance studio in the south-eastern United States. Based in Metro Atlanta in three locations, we offer women-only classes taught by women. All our instructors were trained by our founder, Schadia, who has been teaching in Atlanta since 1999. See our dancers perform in Metro area restaurants, or perform yourself in one of our many studio shows or haflas (belly dance party). The best place to learn how to belly dance, or simply get a workout bellydancing and have a good time.
Where to begin? Start with a Middle Eastern Belly Dance beginner choreography class: Each six week course teaches you about 20 moves, then puts them in sequence to form one simple dance. After a few courses, you can start performing in shows and advance to the intermediate level for more complex dances. The pay-as-you-go belly dance workout classes will give you a taste of belly dance while also giving you a great workout. They will introduce you to our studios, and accommodate irregular work schedules.
Combination courses are great for beginners that want to learn belly dance moves, and for more advanced students that want to focus on a particular style of belly dance. Many are therefore “mixed level”, where the instructor teaches basic technique and offers variations that more advanced students can incorporate in their dance.
NEW CLASSES FORMING IN JULY 2010!
Posted: July 14, 2010 by Joanne Morton in music
Tags: atlanta, five spot, little five points, music
Jazz The Ripper & Pumpkin City!
July 14, 2010
August 13 – 14, 2010
showtimes: 8:00PM to 11:00PM
@ The Five Spot
1123 Euclid Avenue Northeast
Come out and see Asheville based funk band “Jazz The Ripper” along with Atlanta’s own “Pumpkin City”! This is going to be a tight show in an awesome city! Jazz The Ripper is a hard-grooving funk band bringing some of the best soul around. Pumpkin City delivers music that everybody needs to hear, its not just a show, it’s an experience! Show starts at 8:00pm and there is a $5 cover. Bring your friends and have a great summer night out!
Vegan Friendly Restaurants in Little Five Points according to URBAN SPOON
Five Spot – Pizza, Pub Food and Sandwiches/Subs
1123 Euclid Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
The Mercantile -American, Sandwiches/Subs and Soups
1660 Dekalb Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Niramish– Indian and Seafood
1130 Euclid Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Willy’s Mexicana Grill-Mexican and California
1230 Caroline St NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
what do you think!?!
Posted: July 7, 2010 by Little 5 Points - Atlanta in architecture
Built in 1915, as the fashionable Holbrook Apartments, the quadraplex was originally numbered 211 Moreland Avenue.
In 1926 the addresses were renumbered and it became 483 Moreland Avenue as it is today.
Up until the fire, the building looked like this:
Here is a line drawing from the 1980’s showing the first floor porch enclosures. These were done by Earl Johannaber, local contractor and head of Design Science Network.
In 1994, the main part of the work to restore the building took place. On advice of Pimsler-Haas, the architects, a third story was added to create additional rental space. The cost of the additional story was reasonable with the other building considerations in mind. The strong original base could easily support the addition.
See what a great architect can do?
Little Five Points is home to many artists and we are excited to start our Artist Spotlight posts with Angie Wehunt!!
“Angie Wehunt, a lifelong practitioner of the creative arts, now shares her indomitable spirit and generosity through her paintings. Exuberant hearts and curvaceous nudes dance across her canvases, each one a festival of color. This self-taught artist revels in improvisation and the exploration of color, frequently embracing reds for the brightness (“like a neon sign”), happiness (“like a balloon”) and deliciousness (“like cherries”) they impart. Ms. Wehunt is a treasured member of Atlanta’s creative community and to enjoy one of her paintings is to receive a gift of the hopefulness, gladness, romance, and merriment with which she approaches each day.”
writes, Allison G. Dixon
Angie is on the 4th Friday Art Walk committee and a participating member “At The Collective”, an artist co-op on Elizabeth Street in Inman Park. We look forward to seeing more of her art work online and off!
To purchase her paintings – visit http://www.angiesfolkhearts.com/
If you’re looking for fun and a little counter-culture, come to Little 5 Points, a “bohemian jewel” just outside Atlanta.
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