TIME TRAVELERS

SIX WAYS TO BRING ATLANTA’S PAST TO LIFE FOR YOUR KIDS

In “Gatheround,” children and parents alike can learn about events surrounding the civil rights movement in Atlanta.

Whether you’ve lived in Atlanta your entire life or are a recent transplant, teaching children the history of our community is important to a prosperous future. Most kids, however, will tell you they don’t like history, primarily […]

CHOWHOUND

Dogs are like family, and we all want what’s best for them, but choosing a dog food in today’s extensive pet food marketplace can prove challenging. Consider your pet’s age, health, activity level and your budget when looking for one that works. Keep in mind that no one food is best for every dog. Fortunately, many well-rounded brands offer a choice these days, and a little […]

ANOTHER HONOR FOR HIS HONOR

Recognizing a hospice center’s perennial supporter

Visiting Nurse’s Norene Mostkoff escorts Sam Massell through the hospice facility he helps support.

The Visiting Nurse Health System/ Hospice Atlanta will honor and celebrate former mayor Sam Massell, founder and head of the Buckhead Coalition, at its fall gala on Oct. 26. “Sam has been a supporter of ours for 21 years and has been influential in getting […]

ATLANTA’S NEWEST AIRPORT HOTEL TAKES FLIGHT

Why Marriott’s next-level property at Hartsfield- Jackson is attracting both visitors and locals

The Renaissance at Hartsfield-Jackson boasts fun touches not found at your typical airport hotel.

When Atlantans head to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, it’s typically because they’re going out of town. But we’ve found a good reason to head to the airport and stay in town. And that would be the recently opened Renaissance […]

ARTIST AT WORK

Adding the finishing touches post-mastectomy

Anna Burns helps recovering breast cancer patients look and feel beautiful again.

Permanent cosmetics tattoo and paramedical artist Anna Burns, whose clinic is on West Paces Ferry Road, has done an about-face. Instead of decorating bodies, she’s now helping women recover from the trauma of breast cancer by offering permanent post mastectomy areola tattoos. And she rarely turns away a […]

A PERFECT PAIRING

Cancer survivors share the journey

Connie Masters and Dr. Stephen Szabo receive recognition for their work with cancer patients at Emory hospitals.

Dr. Stephen Szabo of Emory Saint Joseph’s in Sandy Springs and Connie Masters, specialty director of CanCare at Emory Saint Joseph’s, Emory Johns Creek and Winship Cancer Institute at Buford, were honored earlier this year for their longtime efforts to integrate CanCare throughout […]

MYSTERY, MOONSHINE AND MORE

From hiking and hang gliding to barbecue and bourbon, there’s something for everyone in Burke County, North Carolina.

Mountainous Burke County, North Carolina, is an outdoors lover’s playground, boasting Linville Gorge, aka the Grand Canyon of the East, as well as miles of trails that weave through old-growth forests and some of the state’s most remarkable natural landmarks. For more than a century, however, countless people have […]

BUY LOCAL

A NEW SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE FOR ALL THINGS SOUTHERN

As Southerners, we know to always bring a hostess gift, but how often do we treat ourselves to something special? With a new box full of made-in-the-South goodies every quarter, the Suthinstyle subscription service allows you to do just that, but it also doubles as a great gift for someone else. Buckhead entrepreneur and mom of three Ashley Stamoulis […]

ISLAND TIME

A multi generational escape to Aruba

When my grandchildren turn 16—the year before the craziness of the SATs and college visits—I take them on a trip of their choice. Previous journeys have included a visit to NYC and a Caribbean cruise. This year, my granddaughter Jenna requested an island vacation where she could relax and read by the beach but still find adventure. We chose Aruba, south […]

NEWS CLIPS – OCTOBER 2017

REBRANDED ART GALLERY DEBUTS AT PHIPPS PLAZA

Phipps Plaza’s freshly rebranded Gallery Seven (formerly Carré d’artistes Atlanta) features original paintings, photographs, sculptures and more by artists from all over the world, with an emphasis on local artists. Owner Brenda Joyce says she opened the studio in hopes of bridging the gap between different cultures and helping the Atlanta art community become known on a global scale. “Art is for everyone,” she says. “With so much […]