GOING, GOING, GONE

A new Buckhead auction house gives Atlanta another venue for fine art and furnishings

Fine furnishings, artworks, jewelry and collectibles are just a few of the items that will go up on the block when the new Leslie Hindman auction house has its first sale in September. Fine furnishings, artworks, jewelry and collectibles are just a few of the items that will go up on […]

ELEVEN DOGS, EIGHT MONKS AND ONE BUSY GUY

Brookhaven entrepreneur Jesse Itzler’s new book recounts his 15 days off the grid

STORY: H.M. Cauley

After his 2016 book, Living With a SEAL: 31 Days Training With the Toughest Man on the Planet, became a hit, life only got more intense for Brookhaven entrepreneur Jesse Itzler. And it was already fairly intense: The Atlanta Hawks co-owner and father of four kids under age 8 is always on […]

THE BEST PAWSIBLE CARE

For ailing pets, alternative therapies are on the rise

Female veterinarian treating dog with acupuncture.

STORY: Laura J. Moss

When Dr. Julia Brugliera’s 12-year-old Weimaraner, Hannah Belle, began having hip trouble and lower back pain in 2012, the Atlanta veterinarian considered every available option to treat her beloved pet. She even looked into alternative therapies such as acupuncture and herbal medicine that can be used in […]

SOMETHING TO CHEW ON

Local eatery’s monthly special supports various nonprofits

Every month, Mimmo Alboumeh of Red Pepper Taquería donates proceeds from specified items to area charities.

Every month, Mimmo Alboumeh of Red Pepper Taquería donates proceeds from specified items to area charities.

BY: Mickey Goodman

When Mimmo Alboumeh, chef-owner of Red Pepper Taquería restaurants, […]

THE FIGHT FOR RIGHTS

Highlighting a few of the historic sites along the new U.S. Civil Rights Trail

Stops along the U.S. Civil Rights Trail include the Lorraine Motel in Memphis - Courtesy of the National Civil Rights Museum

Stops along the U.S. Civil Rights Trail include the Lorraine Motel in Memphis – Courtesy of the National Civil Rights Museum

STORY: Jan Schroder

A statue of James Meredith that stands in […]

HISTORICAL NEW DIGS

ATLANTA HISTORY CENTER INTRODUCES COFFEE SHOP AND MORE

BY: Karon Warren

Visitors to the Atlanta History Center can now browse a larger selection of books and collectibles at its new 2,500-square-foot museum shop and bookstore. The enhanced space infuses warmth into a sleek, industrial design, with a mix of natural woods, concrete floors, and wood and metal display cases and bookshelves. “We were excited about the idea of […]

TONE AND TAN

PACK THIS WORKOUT FOR STAYING IN SHAPE ON YOUR NEXT BEACH GETAWAY

STORY: Amelia Pavlik
Photos: Meredith Davis, Merrily Creative

The temptation is real, y’all. That is, the temptation to do nothing but laze in the sun and drink margaritas during that week at the beach. “It’s easy to feel self-conscious putting on a swimsuit, but getting a workout in will help boost your confidence and make you feel […]

GLOBAL RUNWAY

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world’s busiest airport, got a little busier recently when Concourse F in the International Terminal featured a runway of a different sort at the Global Runway 2018 Fashion Presentation and Retail Pop-Up Experience.

During the fashion show portion of the event, a slew of models sported looks from Sean John, Spanx, Brooks Brothers and ExOfficio, while items from Mac Cosmetics, Michael Kors, […]

15 MINUTES WITH JULIE ABES

At her shop, Batter Cookie Dough Counter in Ponce City Market, Julie Abes sells T-shirts with the words “80% Health Goddess, 20% Cookie Dough” emblazoned across the front.

STORY: Jill Becker
PHOTO: Sara Hanna

“That could be my personal motto,” says the 48-year-old Sandy Springs resident, who opened her dessert shop selling scoops of cookie dough six months ago. Designed to be eaten raw, just as you did as […]

THINK INSIDE THE BOX

A BOXED WINE TASTING WITH AN ATLANTA SOMMELIER

During our taste test, St. Cecilia Sommelier Clarke Anderson sniffed, swirled and sipped a handful of boxed wines.

STORY & PHOTOS: Angela Hansberger

Believe it or not, the much maligned box of wine has grown into a thing. Once scoffed at as low-quality or a cheap buzz, cartons of vino […]