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11. Gunshow

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Built upon the singular promise of eating well and without pretension, Kevin Gillespie’s Gunshow is still our city’s gutsiest restaurant.

No architect ever loved Atlanta like John Portman

by Richard L. Eldredge @ Atlanta Magazine

"All I ever wanted to do in Atlanta was create something that would elevate the city.” Remembering the iconic architect, who died December 29 at age 93.

12 questions for Jeezy on all things Atlanta

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Jeezy talks about his new studio downtown, what's changed about Atlanta, and why he doesn't eat at Waffle House anymore.

Editor’s Note: Life lessons

by Betsy Riley @ Atlanta Magazine

Our public high school had students from more than 65 different countries. A decade after graduation, my older son still has friends who are Indian, Brazilian, Korean, and American of all colors. Ramadan became as familiar a part of the academic calendar to him as Thanksgiving and Passover.

Hand make your Christmas gifts at these 3 Atlanta workshops

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

Tired of shopping? Check out these workshops to study a new craft, and leave with a little something handmade to slide under the tree.

NA Regional Finals: Red Bull Battle Grounds 2017: Live Stream and Event Information

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Boston, MA, USA | November 18th - November 19th | Top players attending, stream schedule, embedded live stream and more!

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The beard is real: 10 things you didn’t know about being a professional Santa

by Tess Malone @ Atlanta Magazine

How much does the suit cost? Is the beard real? We spoke to three of Atlanta's professional Santas to find out what it takes.

Photo Journal: Annapurna Circuit Loop Trek in Nepal

by Alli Ruttger @ Adventure Faktory 🌍 A platform gathering inspiring travel experiences to inspire people to travel more and live abroad.

To trek in Nepal is to be lifted, literally, away from it all. No matter how long you decide to trek for – 5 days, 12 days, 18 – you’re making the choice to remove...

South City Kitchen’s new Avalon location will serve daily breakfast

by Carly Cooper @ Atlanta Magazine

Part of the Alpharetta's Hotel at Avalon, the fourth location of South City Kitchen will have something none of the other outposts do: a daily breakfast offering.

S.O.S. Tiki Bar’s cocktails go “full-on tacky Christmas”

by Jennifer Zyman @ Atlanta Magazine

With the wild success of the Miracle on Monroe pop-up holiday bar, it's no surprise other Atlanta cocktail bars are getting into the Christmas game. Through New Year's Eve, Decatur's S.O.S Tiki Bar is serving up festive and elaborate drinks in a zany holiday atmosphere.

Emory students tackle unsolved, unpunished killings from the Civil Rights Movement—and draw parallels to today

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

Hank Klibanoff’s students are talking about running. Specifically, why an innocent black teenager would run from white cops in Macon in 1962. Simone Senibaldi, a senior, says, “The thing about running—for me and people that I know who are black—is that whenever cops are around, you run, regardless of whether you’re innocent or guilty.”

Book Review: “A Million Fragile Bones” by Connie May Fowler

by Michael Peterson @ HOME: Living in Greater Gainesville

Connie May Fowler spent two decades of her life living by the seaside in Alligator Point, Florida, alongside her dogs and the coastal wildlife. Those 20 years were the inspiration for her recent book, “A Million Fragile Bones.” Published by Tallahassee’s Twisted Road Publications, Fowler recounts her life experiences with parallels to the environment as […]

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28. Chai Pani

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Kudos to Meherwan Irani, who sticks to his spicy central and south Indian roots at Chai Pani restaurant in Decatur.

8. Bacchanalia

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

The new Bacchanalia feels a little more relaxed, but the menu still offers those signature crab fritters with citrus and avocado as well as Anne Quatrano's impeccably sourced cheese course.

Viva Videodrome, the Atlanta video rental store that refuses to die

by Thomas Wheatley @ Atlanta Magazine

Videodrome, the roughly 2,000-square-foot shop at the corner of North Highland and North avenues, is the last video store standing in Atlanta that is not of the XXX variety. It is an oasis for film buffs (and the occasional visiting celebrity) who are suckers for special features, director’s cuts, or not letting Netflix’s algorithms ration out their media diets.

In a new podcast, the Up and Vanished creators and HowStuffWorks tackle the Atlanta Child Murders

by Thomas Wheatley @ Atlanta Magazine

Local filmmaker Payne Lindsey and producer Donald Albright, the duo behind breakout podcast Up and Vanished, have teamed up with Atlanta-based podcast company HowStuffWorks to present Atlanta Monster, a 10-episode podcast series about the Atlanta Child Murders.

House Envy: Soak up history in this stately Neel Reid home in Druid Hills

by Mary Logan Bikoff @ Atlanta Magazine

It was on nightly walk around their Druid Hills neighborhood in 2003 when David and Michele Wilson noticed a ‘for sale’ sign at 850 Oakdale Road. They had long admired the stately home, which was designed by revered Atlanta architect Neel Reid and built in 1915.

Family Business Continues To Thrive Since First Settling In Orlando’s “Little Vietnam”

Family Business Continues To Thrive Since First Settling In Orlando’s “Little Vietnam”


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It’s been 40 years since the fall of Saigon and all week we’re looking at Orlando’s Vietnamese population. Vietnamese cuisine is reflective of Vietnamese lifestyle, starting from the preparation of the food, to how it’s served. That’s what the family that runs Orlando’s Saigon Noodle & Grill says.

Goodbye to the Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead and the celebrity gossip I used to uncover there

by Richard L. Eldredge @ Atlanta Magazine

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Buckhead was ground zero for gossip, celebrity sightings, and the city’s social scene. And when you were responsible for banging out 30 inches of Atlanta’s bold-faced names for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s popular "Peach Buzz" column, you scoured for scoop 24/7.

Hard Rock Cafe Saigon - Titan Interactive

Hard Rock Cafe Saigon - Titan Interactive


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My in-laws visited Vietnam with a 3-week guided tour in late2012. Their itinerary allowed them a few hours of free time inHo Chi Min City, Saigon before the end of the war. This gave the the time to take a taxi ride to visit this the Hard Rock Cafe Saigon to bring back t-shirts for my kids and me, as well as quite a few great pictures of the interior and exterior of this exotic location.

CPT North American Regional Finals Heads to Red Bull Battle Grounds in Boston

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First Details for CPT North American Regional Finals at Red Bull Battle Grounds!

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Jason Bieler of Saigon Kick - Tickets - The Social - Orlando, FL - June 15th, 2017

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I was born at a very early age, poor and ½ Jewish… much like Sammy Davis JR. Music became my obsession when I was unceremoniously kicked off the Chinese National Gymnastic team for lack of flexibil

Trekking in Nepal

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When you decide to travel to Nepal, chances are that a trek through the Himalayas is in your plans. Trekking in Nepal can be for anyone. Even though Nepal is home to the world’s highest...

9. Restaurant Eugene

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Linton and Gina Hopkins, the husband-and-wife team whose H&F brand continues to pop up across the city, give Southern food the white tablecloth treatment at their flagship restaurant.

The Walking Dead Awards: Plot armor is officially off the table

by Matt Walljasper @ Atlanta Magazine

Negan and the Saviors escape the Sanctuary and seek revenge on Alexandria, the Kingdom, and the Hilltop. Carl works to save the Alexandriates, Maggie makes a cold-blooded decision, and the show takes a very ambitious (and unexpected) turn.

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Saigon Kick - Tickets - The Social - Orlando, FL - May 30th, 2015

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The Gainesville Country Club Redesign

by Michael Peterson @ HOME: Living in Greater Gainesville

Before:  After: The Gainesville Country Club is more than a golf course. It’s a dining option, a wedding venue, a tennis club and a social destination. The Gainesville Country Club caters to a lot of needs, but all of them require aesthetics and atmosphere. That’s why the country club underwent a complete renovation in 2017. […]

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Reese Witherspoon opens Draper James in Atlanta—and explains how the city inspired the brand

by Mary Logan Bikoff @ Atlanta Magazine

Hollywood A-lister Reese Witherspoon makes no secret about her roots: She’s from the South. And last night the actress/producer made an appearance in Atlanta, where she was celebrating the opening of her fourth store for her Southern-inspired clothing and lifestyle brand, Draper James.

20. Yet Tuh

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

For those of us without Korean grandmothers, Yet Tuh’s chefs are the city’s closest substitutes.

2018 Mobile Predictions

by Samuel Parent @ Titan Interactive

Is 2018 the year of mobile? Just kidding, that’s now very far behind us even if it isn’t every business that has yet to get up to speed where mobile is concerned.  What 2018 mobile predictions are you hoping will actually come to pass? Check out below for many 2018 mobile predictions. 2018 PREDICTIONS 2018 […]

HowStuffWorks want you to explain the answers to life’s biggest questions

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Set up on the second floor of Ponce City Market, the Question Booth is a small recording studio that asks passersby to explain some of life's biggest questions. Why are we here? What happens after we die? Do we have free will?

You need to try the hot, fresh cake doughnuts at Duck Donuts

by Jennifer Zyman @ Atlanta Magazine

Don't be deterred by the fact that this Atlanta newcomer is a national franchise. The hot, made-to-order cake doughnuts are delightful.

13. Kimball House

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

In four years, Kimball House has become a staging ground for a new kind of Southern cool.

Atlantic Station is about to undergo a major expansion

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

With its own zip code and 2.5 million square feet of offices, homes, restaurants, and behemoth retail anchors, Atlantic Station might seem massive now, but it’s less than half built, with several huge holes remaining. Projects scheduled to break ground in 2018 are planned to add thousands of workers, hundreds of new residences and hotel rooms, and fundamental changes to how certain facets feel.

Saigon & Sushi: A Tour of Asian Dining in Gainesville - HOME: Living in Greater Gainesville

Saigon & Sushi: A Tour of Asian Dining in Gainesville - HOME: Living in Greater Gainesville


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Looking for a meal your whole family can enjoy? Luckily for you, we’ve collected a list of 10 mouthwatering Asian food restaurants in the Gainesville area. Whether you’re a sushi lover, a pad thai enthusiast or anywhere in between, with these local restaurants, you won’t have to stray far from home to get your Asian cuisine fix.   …

This Buckhead church building was converted into a bright family home

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

The site was once owned by Joseph Mitchell, the last living heir to Gone With the Wind scribe Margaret Mitchell. Upon his death, he donated it to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta. The church spent two years scrapping the existing house and building a residential-style events space for its prelate archbishop. However, a front-page story in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about plans for the $2.2 million residence helped touch off sharp criticism from parishioners.

Incredible photos of Nepal shot on iPhone 8 Plus

by Thuymi @ Adventure Faktory 🌍 A platform gathering inspiring travel experiences to inspire people to travel more and live abroad.

As much as we love our photography on DSLRs, there’s no complete trip without our iPhones. Mobile phones nowadays have cameras that are out of this world and we have to admit that sometimes the...

How one massive, BeltLine-adjacent project aims to change Old Fourth Ward

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

What New City developer Jim Irwin has planned for 10.2 acres about a block south of Ponce City Market is a whole new level of ambitious. The first renderings for 760 Ralph McGill show a $750-million, mixed-use hub of glassy, uniquely geometric architecture that incorporates terraced roofs, green elements, and elevated “flyover” bridges.

How redrawing districts has kept Georgia incumbents in power

by Thomas Wheatley @ Atlanta Magazine

Georgia lawmakers have been accused of moving the goal posts so their party can stay in power. Could an independent set of mapmakers put an end to the process? Or must the courts decide?

Capcom Pro Tour 2017 Closing Remarks and Capcom Cup Photos!

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Closing remarks, shout-outs and photos from Capcom Cup 2017!

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At Atlanta’s the Local Pizzaiolo, a World Pizza Champ aims to make Neapolitan pies more affordable

by Carly Cooper @ Atlanta Magazine

“In Naples, you speak of pizza and you think of a food you can eat every day because it’s healthy and affordable,” Giulio Adriani says. “In the U.S., people are going completely crazy with prices from $18-$22. Pizza should be affordable for everybody.”

Ready, set, nest! A ton of new home and decor stores have sprung up in Atlanta

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Atlantans can be quite the enthusiastically domesticated bunch—we brag about our neighborhoods, we treasure our houses, we celebrate our designers and architects, and we decorate with prescient delight. Retailers have taken note, responding in kind with an explosion of new home and decor stores ready to feed our voracious appetite for stylish living.

10 Simple Style Tips

by Michael Peterson @ HOME: Living in Greater Gainesville

Elegance and sophistication infused with New England charm is Kerry Spears’ specialty. A Northerner who has adopted Southern flare into her designs, Spears brings her love for historic homes and detail to her interior company, Kerry Spears Interiors. She enjoys creating an exciting yet personal space for each client, one that turns a house into […]

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Kenny Blank on the enduring success of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival

by Thomas Wheatley @ Atlanta Magazine

When the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival launched in 2000, it unfolded over 10 days in four theaters. Today, the organization holds year-round events at area theaters and campuses, and its annual 23-day showcase attracts nearly 50,000 people, plus Hollywood hotshots like Lawrence Kasdan and Judd Hirsch, making it Atlanta’s largest film festival.

19. Bones

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

If corporate bigwigs want to blow $6,000 on wine, they do it at this landmark wood-paneled steakhouse.

9 Atlanta coffee shops and cafes where you can get work done

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

"Where are good coffee shops and cafes in Atlanta where I can set up my laptop and get things done?" Where to reward your good work habits with pastries, sip strong caffeine, and finally finish that assignment.

Wheeling and Dealing (Delicious Foods)

by Michael Peterson @ HOME: Living in Greater Gainesville

  Food trucks are a staple for foodies. Luckily, in Greater Gainesville food trucks are common visitors to our local breweries. There are multiple food truck rallies a year and a great assortment of food on wheels. Here are some fan-favorite food trucks:   Humble Wood Fire  If you’re skeptical of a chef’s ability to […]

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40. One Eared Stag

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Anchored by a long, friendly bar, One Eared Stag is the kind of place nearby residents hit up twice a week.

The Booming Issue: Geriatrics

by Michael Peterson @ HOME: Living in Greater Gainesville

Florida is known for its influx of snowbirds during the winter, but its aging population consists of much more than transient retiree vacationers. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 26.7 percent of Floridians will be age 60 or older by year 2020. According to Christy Carter, the program director of the University of Florida’s new […]

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The Uplifter: How Spanx CEO Sara Blakely became one of the most inspirational women in business

by Mary Logan Bikoff @ Atlanta Magazine

That’s her schtick. She’s the cheerleader and the nerd. She’s a girly girl, but she's also the world’s youngest self-made female billionaire. This is how Sara Blakely became one of the country's most influential women after cutting the legs off of a pair of panty hose one day 20 years ago.

Opioids – An Epidemic in the Making

by Michael Peterson @ HOME: Living in Greater Gainesville

In May 2017, Gov. Rick Scott officially declared a health emergency in the state of Florida. While the declaration initiated statewide action to address the opioid epidemic, opioids and their risks have a long history in medicine. The opium poppy has been cultivated since 3400 B.C., when it was called the “joy plant” in lower […]

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This bohemian bathroom is the perfect, cozy retreat

by Lisa Mowry @ Atlanta Magazine

“Bathrooms are spaces with lots of hard surfaces,” says interior designer Breckyn Alexander. To warm up the tile and metal in this teenage girls’ bath, the Athens-based pro, who also owns a home furnishings boutique, incorporated design elements typically spotted in other areas of a house: salvaged doors, antique rugs, and conversation-piece lighting.

Wrap battle: 3 expert tips for wrapping gifts

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

As the owner of local gift and paper shops the Merchant and Archer Paper Goods, Daniel Collier knows a thing or two about fine presents—and presentation.

2019 Science Predictions, what are you expecting?

by Samuel Parent @ Titan Interactive

Are you already wondering what 2019 science predictions to expect? I’ve compiled them for you, as well as those beyond 2019. This series of posts is now an annual feature on this blog. However, this year they’ll be shorter and published weekly. 2019 Science Predictions This post covers science predictions from 2020 all the way through […]

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Eat This: Shakshuka at Spiller Park Toco Hills

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Unlike Hugh Acheson’s counter-service coffee shop in Ponce City Market, the Toco Hills location of Spiller Park has a tiny but capable kitchen that’s taking the menu beyond apple- or avocado-loaded toast.

Capcom Cup 2017: Live Stream and Event Information

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Watch Capcom Cup 2017 live this weekend! Inside you will find player information, stream schedule, brackets, embedded live stream and more!

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This Staplehouse bartender and his wife want to help you build a snazzy home bar

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

Ben and Maddie Richardson launched their online shop, Cocktail Commons, in 2016 after their house started to get “a bit crowded” with antique cocktail glasses that Ben, a Staplehouse bartender, kept acquiring while thrifting. Now, the husband-wife duo’s inventory ranges from etched Prohibition-era crystal to kitschy midcentury tumblers.

All is bright: lighting the way to a beautiful abode

by Matthew @ Atlanta Magazine

To set the scene for some great times with your family and friends during the holidays, don't overlook your home's lighting, which plays a huge role in the warmth and beauty of your space.

Ponce City Market has a new, trendy pet supply shop: Ace & Jack

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Ace & Jack, an new "lifestyle" pet supply shop from the team behind the Merchant, Archer Paper Goods, and Collier Candy Company, has opened at Ponce City Market just in time for the holidays.

25. Mamak

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Mamak is an unapologetic reflection of real Malay cooking, which pulls from other South Asian traditions and blends them with a sure hand.

The 10 most Atlanta things that happened in 2017

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Here are ten moments from 2017, both the good and the bad, that could have only happened in (or to) this city we call home, from the MARTA bus that wouldn't move to the fire-induced transit disasters to Falcons heartbreak.

The Christiane Chronicles: Who serves toast in a bowl?

by Christiane Lauterbach @ Atlanta Magazine

Bowls have their place when serving food, but please, don't put toast in a bowl ever again. Plus, nut milk from Virginia-Highland's Press & Grind has made me a convert.

NA Regional Finals: Red Bull Battle Grounds 2017 Results: PG|Punk Takes 1st Place! Update: Highlights!

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Boston, MA, USA | November 18th - November 19th | Top 16 Results

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Closet cleanse: Tips from a professional organizer on keeping your clothes arranged

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

If getting dressed each morning feels like a chore, it might be time to clean out your closet, says Shannon Loe, founder of the professional organizing company Live with Less. Here, she shares three tips for getting to a clear and clutter-free space.

Alisa Barry reopens Bella Cucina at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta

by Jennifer Zyman @ Atlanta Magazine

Bella Cucina's previous brick-and-mortar location shuttered in 2013, but just in time for the holidays, the Atlanta-based brand of Italian spreads and sauces is back at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta.

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Veterans recall pain, hardships of Vietnam War

Veterans recall pain, hardships of Vietnam War


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On the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon, veterans in Florida reflect on the hardships they endured during the Vietnam War.

Irwin Street Market founder to open the Market at Center Park in March

by Carly Cooper @ Atlanta Magazine

Irwin Street Market and Jake’s Ice Creams founder Jake Rothschild is opening the Market at Center Park in East Point. It will feature 300 square feet of locally made goods, ranging from bread and pasta to chocolates and pies.

Making a smart home? The best upgrades are simple and won’t break the bank.

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

Where do you start in a world with everything from illuminated, vibrating toilets to Bluetooth-enabled showers? The best investments are simple and don’t break the bank. These first three steps total less than $600 and can bring returns in more than one way.

6 local beers to warm you up this winter

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Atlanta’s craft breweries are in the giving mood this holiday season. The beer makers have responded to the cold, dark days with fittingly similar brews, as stouts, porters, and brown ales have officially replaced the summer’s hoppy and citrus-infused flavors.

This Decatur townhouse got a bright, colorful makeover

by Lisa Mowry @ Atlanta Magazine

Owner of award-winning Terracotta Design/Build, architect Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson appreciated the potential of the townhouse’s 12-foot-tall ceilings and many windows. “I was able to check all the boxes: charming neighborhood, good schools, close to work, no landscaping to worry about, and a lot of volume inside.”

The Daily Show’s Dulce Sloan never thought she’d be a comedian

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Once a regular on the Atlanta comedy circuit, this year Dulce Sloan landed a spot as a correspondent on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, where she's done segments on cultural appropriation and what it's like to be a black woman in late-night television.

Meet Nicki Collen, the new head coach of the Atlanta Dream

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

“You feel a little bit like a one man show,” Nicki Collen says, contemplating her first few days on the job as the new head coach of the Atlanta Dream. “One woman show, I guess.”

Hallelujah: FX’s Atlanta season 2 finally has a premiere date

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Fans of Atlanta, Donald Glover's television ode to the city, have been waiting for more than a year for second season of the Emmy-award winning show. But today, FX finally announced a spring premiere date for season 2.

Flashback: The Pink Pig at Rich’s, 1990

by Thomas Wheatley @ Atlanta Magazine

In the mid-1950s, Rich’s executive Frank Pallotta had an idea: If the annual Great Tree wasn’t enough to coax holiday shoppers to Rich’s downtown department store, then a monorail would be. Dubbed the Snowland Express, the rickety three-and-a-half minute ride over the toy department—and later the roof—cost a quarter, making it a magnet for kids and a moment’s reprieve for parents to study their shopping lists.

Home for Dinner: Mac Powell of Third Day

by Julia Bainbridge @ Atlanta Magazine

“We wanted to show that love can go beyond the color of your skin,” says musician Mac Powell of the blended family he’s created with his wife, Aimee. Mac tours either as a solo act or with his Christian rock band, Third Day, about 100 days out of the year, so when he’s off the road, he stays close to home and makes sure the family sits down together.

This designer’s Vickery home is layered with festive and sultry details

by Lisa Mowry @ Atlanta Magazine

Jennifer Schoenberger loves the charming village of Vickery in Cumming, where she and her family have lived since 2003. Their bucolic farmhouse-style home on an acre of woods even has a parterre garden. But alongside the sweet setting, this Michigan-raised girl makes sure the interior design casts an edgy vibe, too.

It’s in the Details by Keith Watson Spruce Up Your Bar Cart

by Michael Peterson @ HOME: Living in Greater Gainesville

With little effort, you can create the perfect bar cart station that is Pinterest-worthy! Bar carts are one of our favorite home décor essentials. This classic piece resurged in the recent year, making it a must-have accessory in your home. Due to their popularity, you can find them in numerous finishes to compliment your look […]

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49. Rising Son

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

When Hudson Rouse, formerly of Home Grown, and his wife, Kathryn Fitzgerald Rouse, opened this earnest meat-and-three for breakfast and lunch almost two years ago, crowds flocked.

Latin America Regional Finals 2017: Live Stream and Event Information

by CAPCOM Administrator @ Capcom Pro Tour

Sao Paulo, Brazil | November 02 - November 04 | Top players attending, stream schedule, embedded live stream and more!

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Meet the Atlanta Police officer whose job is to end animal cruelty

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

After a 6-year-old boy was killed and a 5-year-old girl mauled by loose dogs earlier this year, the Atlanta Police Department decided to create a new sworn position, Animal Cruelty Liaison Officer, to tackle animal cruelty cases and educate the community about the relationship between animal cruelty and crime. Meet Amy Soeldner, the first person to hold the position.

2019 predictions, were you already wondering?

by Samuel Parent @ Titan Interactive

Are you already wondering what to expect for 2019? I’ve compiled for you 2019 predictions, as well as much more for the future beyond 2019. This post is now a regular annual feature of my blog. However, this year I’m changing things a little. Instead of pounding you with 1-2 posts daily for 2 weeks […]

A fondant swan cake helped land Atlanta’s Molly Brodak on the Great American Baking Show

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

A three-dimensional swan, a lemon pepper-flavored portrait of Killer Mike, and six near-identical cookies decorated likes mermaids complete with iridescent golden seashell bras—these are just a handful of the creations Molly Brodak has whipped up in her kitchen this year.

How this Brookwood condo went from a big white box to a modern art-inspired home

by Lisa Mowry @ Atlanta Magazine

Matt Richburg first connected with interior designer Kate Hayes through Houzz, the online design source. When they met in person at the new empty condo he’d bought at the Brookwood in south Buckhead, their styles meshed instantly.

2018 Technology Predictions

by Samuel Parent @ Titan Interactive

What are the 2018 predictions in technology? More specifically, what should pan out Artificial Intelligence, MarTech, Cloud Computing and such? 2018 PREDICTIONS 2018 predictions are divided into 5 posts this week: 2018 in general, business, consumer & science (Wednesday) 2018 marketing predictions (Thursday) 2018 ad spend forecasts (Friday) 2018 advertising predictions (Monday) 2018 mobile marketing predictions (Tuesday) 2018 […]

These are a few of Cynthia Rowley’s favorite things

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

With the holidays just around the corner and a new boutique open at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta, Rowley shared her holiday must-haves, upcoming trends, and fitness motivators—all of which are available at her new store.

The Players of Capcom Cup 2017

by CAPCOM Administrator @ Capcom Pro Tour

Short bios on the 31 players who are currently qualified for Capcom Cup 2017!

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45. Kevin Rathbun Steak

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

This glossy steakhouse along the BeltLine’s Eastside trail has long attracted expense-account diners as well as date-night couples.

43. Busy Bee

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

We’d be a lesser town without this institution, which has been a go-to for the comforts of smothered pork chops, oxtails, and fried chicken since 1947.

Capcom Cup 2017 Results: RISE|MenaRD from the Dominican Republic is Capcom Cup Champion!

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Anaheim, CA, USA | December 08 - December 10 | Top 32 Results

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Exploring Orlando’s Little Vietnam

Exploring Orlando’s Little Vietnam


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The Mills/50 district brings the flavors of the far east to O-Town.

Preview: 7th annual Holiday Hootenanny concert will be dedicated to Col. Bruce Hampton

by Jerry Grillo @ Atlanta Magazine

The seventh-annual benefit concert on December 20 at Terminal West will feature several longtime Hampton collaborators. Artists include two-time Grammy winner Jim Lauderdale, flat-picking guitar virtuoso Larry Keel, banjoist/singer Jeff Mosier, Johnny Knapp, Donna Hopkins, and Ralph Roddenberry.

Things to know before moving to Dubai

by Thuymi @ Adventure Faktory 🌍 A platform gathering inspiring travel experiences to inspire people to travel more and live abroad.

Thinking of a move in Dubai? There is so much you need to know! This article is about things you should know before moving to Dubai. We cover the serious side to the more humorous ones...

Powering Down: Mayor Kasim Reed says goodbye to the only job he’s wanted since he was 13

by Steve Fennessy @ Atlanta Magazine

In the Coretta Scott King suite on the second floor of the Hyatt Regency, Kasim Reed, the 59th mayor of Atlanta, was doing something he’s never enjoyed nor been particularly good at. He was waiting.

Atlanta’s first cookie dough counter, Batter, lands at Ponce City Market

by Matt Walljasper @ Atlanta Magazine

Batter Cookie Dough Counter opened in Ponce City Market in November. Eating a bowl of cookie dough sounds like a childhood dream, but be warned, it is rich.

50. Arepa Mia

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Lis Hernandez has been slinging arepas—stuffed cornmeal patties, crunchy from a hot grill—at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market since 2012.

Damn. Kendrick Lamar is playing a free show in Atlanta for the College Football Playoff

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

ESPN announced this morning that rapper Kendrick Lamar, whose Damn. album is likely on every single "best of 2017" list you will read this year, will be the halftime performer during the College Football Playoff National Championship on January 8.

Capcom Cup 2017 Last Chance Qualifier Is Open, Register Now

by CAPCOM Administrator @ Capcom Pro Tour

First details on the Capcom Cup 2017 Last Chance Qualifier and how to register!

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1. Staplehouse

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Two years after we gave it four out of four stars, Staplehouse is still on top.

A Year of Giving in Greater Gainesville

by Michael Peterson @ HOME: Living in Greater Gainesville

In Gainesville, people take helping others seriously, but they have a good time while doing so! A year in Gainesville is full of events, from performances at Santa Fe College to farmers market festivals. The events that hold a special place in our hearts, however, are charity events. Throughout the year, people from the Gainesville […]

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Orlando for Grown-Ups - Atlanta Magazine

Orlando for Grown-Ups - Atlanta Magazine


Atlanta Magazine

You know what’s just as much fun as Disney’s beloved ride “It’s a Small World”? A pontoon tour of Winter Park’s chain of lakes.

Go beyond Champagne this New Year’s with these sparkling wines

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

The celebratory yet stressful nature of the holiday season calls for one quencher: bubbly. The good thing is that there are options; these days, you can find world-class sparkling wines from all across the globe. The bad news: Finding the right bottle can be pretty intimidating. I’m here to help.

Next to an East Cobb gas station, Marietta Donuts serves up fresh yeast doughnuts and apple fritters

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

There’s almost no signage for the cozy East Cobb doughnut shop—blink and you might miss it. But every day at 5:00 a.m., Sokcheat Heng and Sophal Chhim hit the kitchen to begin making their from-scratch doughnuts in classic varieties like sour cream and crumb cake, along with seasonal flavors like pumpkin.

Coyote howls have you cowering? Don’t fear, says this Atlanta advocacy group

by Candice Dyer @ Atlanta Magazine

Coyotes have been documented in every county in Georgia. Last year, concerns prompted state officials to launch the Georgia Coyote Challenge, a program to trap or kill more of the animals. But the Atlanta Coyote Project believes the program is inhumane and counterproductive.

29. Nam Phuong

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Both the Chamblee and Norcross locations of Nam Phuong are worthwhile starting points for discovering the joys of Vietnamese cuisine beyond pho and banh mi.

Room Envy: This Milton master bedroom is fashionably fuchsia

by Lisa Mowry @ Atlanta Magazine

Factors contributing to this Milton master bedroom: the wife loves purple, the husband didn’t want the bedroom to be too feminine, the designer likes modern, and the house had ’90s-era high ceilings.

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: December 6-12

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

The Falcons take on the Saints; Katy Perry comes to town, and tons of holiday-themed fun.

The Walking Dead gets a new showrunner for season 9

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Whatever your opinions on this season of The Walking Dead, the AMC zombie drama is still a juggernaut hit for the cable network, so this weekend's announcement that the show had been renewed for a ninth season was hardly a surprise. More interesting is the fact that Scott Gimple will be stepping down as showrunner, with writer and co-executive producer Angela Kang taking the helm.

Flashback: Atlanta City Hall, 1974, when Maynard Jackson was the city’s first black mayor

by Thomas Wheatley @ Atlanta Magazine

He may have been born in Dallas, but Maynard Jackson was an Atlantan through and through.

2017: year in Review

by Samuel Parent @ Titan Interactive

So, what in fact did happen in 2017? How did we fare compared to what we predicted was going to happen? Like last year, I’ve split my annual review into several posts with videos and infographics where relevant. Today’s post is a review of the last year in general: AI, Food, Journalism, Music, Science, Television, […]

A quick guide to spend 7 Days in Greece

by Eric Janboulian @ Adventure Faktory 🌍 A platform gathering inspiring travel experiences to inspire people to travel more and live abroad.

Looking forward to going to Greece? Let me share with you my 7 day itinerary as I went to beautiful Milos and Santorini! Fly to Athens You only need 2 days in Athens… it will...

Neighborhood gem: Battle & Brew

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

With six different gaming systems, this bar is the stuff of teenage dreams.

27. Kaiser’s Chophouse

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

After more than 30 years in some of Atlanta’s finest kitchens, Liechtenstein-born chef Peter Kaiser finally gets to see his name above the door of a restaurant.

4 popular Atlanta workouts to start your new year

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

Free fitness groups, calorie-crushing classes, and high-intensity yoga to burn off those December desserts.

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12. Sushi House Hayakawa

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Atsushi “Art” Hayakawa is not out to dazzle you with decor. This restaurant is a temple to fish, and the chef is nothing if not a purist.

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Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • History [ ] Formation and mainstream success (1988–1992) [ ] Saigon Kick was formed by lead vocalist and guitarist along with...

Fresh on the Scene: Donetto, ARI Korean Steakhouse, Muchacho, Janet’s Kitchen Atlanta

by Christiane Lauterbach @ Atlanta Magazine

West Midtown's new destination Tuscan food spot, John Creek's design-forward Korean barbecue, a Reynoldstown cafe that sounds like—but definitely isn't—a Mexican restaurant, and Filipino cuisine gains a stronger foothold in Atlanta with Janet’s Kitchen Atlanta.

He Ro had never seen an oyster. Now the refugee is Kimball House’s most talented shucker.

by Julia Bainbridge @ Atlanta Magazine

He Ro arrived in Clarkston as a shy 15-year-old who had spent much of his life in a Karen refugee camp in Thailand after fleeing Burma as a child. Now a 24-year-old oyster shucker at Kimball House, the people at the restaurant have all become his friends. “They all love me."

What 9 stylish Atlantans have on their holiday wish list

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

Need a little holiday shopping inspiration? We asked 9 stylish Atlantans for the one item they’re hoping to get this season, from fancy crystal-infused water bottles to pup portraits.

How one Atlantan turned her homelessness into hope for others

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

When not working part-time at Pizza Hut, she would while away hours downtown at the library or the Five Points MARTA station, writing poetry or listening to a CD if she had batteries. It planted the seed for ChopArt, a nonprofit that Whitley, now 28, founded to help homeless children and teens find dignity, community, and opportunity through art.

Even with a recount, Atlanta’s next mayor is almost certainly Keisha Lance Bottoms

by Thomas Wheatley @ Atlanta Magazine

Even though Mary Norwood is requesting a recount after an extremely close runoff, Keisha Lance Bottoms is almost certainly Atlanta's next mayor. We take a look back at a race plagued by low energy and too many candidates—and look to what's next.

Ruchi serves up solid Bangladeshi and Indian favorites in Chamblee

by Jennifer Zyman @ Atlanta Magazine

Never tried Bangladeshi food before? This Chamblee newcomer is a great place to start. Indian favorites such as rich, creamy spinach and paneer cheese share the menu with garlic chili morich, a spicy, stewed Bangladeshi dish made with finely chopped green chilies, chopped tomato, garlic, and spices.

The bright, bold world of splashy home decor brand SmithHönig

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

SmithHönig, a maker of wild and bright home fabrics and decor inspired by travel, has formally been a company for less than a year. But its founders, Melanie Hönig and Kellie Smith, have been creative collaborators for more than a decade. They met when Hönig hired Smith, an interior designer, to work on her home. “She came over, and we were supposed to talk about window treatments,” says Hönig, a photographer and travel blog author. “About four hours, a bottle of wine, and a box of chocolates later, we knew we wanted to work on something together.”

Andrew Young’s eulogy for John Portman

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

"He wanted a world where people could be true to themselves and where the clashes of colors were forced upon you and you had to appreciate everything and everybody, different though they may be. Everything he had and everything he did had some powerful social meaning and purpose."

The Christiane Chronicles: Stop swirling your Champagne, you idiot

by Christiane Lauterbach @ Atlanta Magazine

Champagnes and other sparkling wines are fragile! Swirl them and they’ll go flat, which means you lose the aromatics that the bubbles are meant to deliver.

What’s filming in Atlanta now? The First Man, Venom, Mile 22, Ozark, plus your Georgia-filmed holiday guide

by Matt Walljasper @ Atlanta Magazine

The First Man with Ryan Gosling, Spider-Man flick Venom, Mile 22 with Mark Wahlberg, and Netflix hit Ozark are just a few of the movies and TV shows filming in Atlanta right now.

Flights from Orlando to Ho Chi Minh City as low as $610

Flights from Orlando to Ho Chi Minh City as low as $610


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Don’t Miss List: Our top 5 event picks for January

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

The Lion King at the Fox, College Football National Championship, and Morehouse College’s Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture & Conversation Series, and more.

Atlanta: Here’s how to celebrate UGA in the College Football Championship if you can’t go to the game

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

Thousands for tickets? Yeah, let's not. Cheer for your Georgia Bulldogs and still get the full Atlanta experience at local bars, tailgates, watch parties, and official events as the Dawgs take a shot at the national title for the first time in 38 years against Alabama Crimson Tide.

Editor’s Note: City of the Future

by Betsy Riley @ Atlanta Magazine

In 2011, as part of Atlanta magazine’s 50th anniversary celebration, we invited all the living mayors to the Atlanta History Center for a conversation with Pulitzer Prize–winning author Doug Blackmon. At the time, Kasim Reed, who was just 22 months into his tenure, said, “I view my job as a job of finishing things that […]

Fresh on the Scene: Rose + Rye, Bar Americano, Deep End

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Deep End serves up Tex-Mex flavors, Rose + Rye's turns Midtown's Castle into a restaurant, and Bar Americano offers a casual Italian-American atmosphere.

Street Fighter Tournaments Schedule | Capcom Pro Tour

Street Fighter Tournaments Schedule | Capcom Pro Tour


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Find out when to watch or participate in Street Fighter tournaments by using the Capcom Pro Tour schedule. Sort tournaments by year, region and event type.

This heavenly high-rise in Vinings has stunning views of downtown and Midtown

by Lisa Mowry @ Atlanta Magazine

With some homes, it all begins with the view. Vicki and Allen Filstein originally thought they wanted to downsize to a condo in Midtown, but a stunning vantage point looking onto the city brought them to the Aberdeen in Vinings.

35. Octopus Bar

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

When Nhan Le and the late Angus Brown opened Octopus Bar in 2011, they shook up Atlanta's dining scene, offering small plates rife with primo ingredients like oysters and uni but served in a loud, dark room.

A Passion for Service Becomes a Heartfelt Legacy

by Michael Peterson @ HOME: Living in Greater Gainesville

“My father’s passion was always to act like a dealership in vehicle expertise, but superior to a dealer in service.”   —Heidi Jones A car can define you, complete you and make you proud – it can be an embodiment of your self-expression. Walter Bodendorf understood that nuance and co-founded Continental Imports, a unique European […]

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4 major trends for 2018 in marketing

by Samuel Parent @ Titan Interactive

Bloggers, experts and media outlets present their 2018 predictions and major trends for 2018 around this time of year. I’m no different as you know. This year however, I opted for a two-pronged approach. I began with my usual predictions round-up (6 theme-based lists of predictions from a vast quantity of sources): 2018 in general, […]

Plants Love Coffee and Other Winter Planting Tips

by Michael Peterson @ HOME: Living in Greater Gainesville

It is safe to say that 11th century Ethiopians had no idea what a treasure they discovered when they found coffee. They originally boiled the leaves of the coffee plant as a medicinal concoction, but in the following centuries, coffee has evolved in form and popularity. Recently, coffee is even being used in the garden. […]

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Will Atlanta restaurants soon serve insects? This scientist hopes so.

by Max Blau @ Atlanta Magazine

Eighty percent of the world’s countries already consume insects. They have nutritional benefit—toasted grasshoppers are rich in protein, fatty acids, and iron—and environmental benefits—it takes 2,000 times the amount of water to produce a pound of beef than it does for a pound of crickets.

Travelling with the Canon Mark IV

by Thuymi @ Adventure Faktory 🌍 A platform gathering inspiring travel experiences to inspire people to travel more and live abroad.

After meeting talented photographers from @DiscoveryEarth Instagram account, we asked them what would be their ultimate photography gear. They came back to us with the Canon 5D Mark IV accompanied by these 2 lenses: 24-70mm...

A fire threw Atlanta transportation into chaos—again

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

A fire at a Georgia Power substation caused a blackout Sunday afternoon at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, cancelling all flights and leaving thousands stranded—the second time this year that flames caused a massive transportation disaster. Here's what happened, and how the internet reacted to it.

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