Thirty minutes from Buckhead, yet days of exploring.

A stroll down Roswell’s Canton Street offers locally owned shops, restaurants and art galleries.

A stroll down Roswell’s Canton Street offers locally owned shops, restaurants and art galleries.

Mention a trip to Roswell on a weekday, and many “ITP” Atlantans will scoff, not willing to sacrifice the time or mileage. I challenge you to use the distance to […]

Stately stay

A seasoned Midtown Atlanta classic is here to serve.

Four Seasons Altanta Midtown

STORY: Karina Timmel Antenucci

With major luxury-hotel street cred, the Four Seasons in Midtown is often the go-to resting spot for rock stars touring in The A. So when I walked through its front doors on a late Friday afternoon for a one-night staycation with my husband, Josh, it came as no surprise that there was […]

Hometown Sweet Spots: Atlanta B&Bs that return maximum pleasure for minimal travel investment

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I have to admit, I’m not usually one to stay at bed and breakfasts when I travel one too close encounter sharing walls and bathrooms with oddball strangers, and I’ve been scarred ever since. But after a recent visit to two B&Bs in Atlanta, I am a self-proclaimed convert. Once you check into Stonehurst Place, you’ll understand.

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Season’s greetings from Savannah

Experience the Southern charm of Savannah’s culture and dining scene during holiday festivities

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STORY: Alexa Lampasona

Pastel colonial town-homes shielded by rows of moss- draped live oaks, horse drawn carriages bowling along brick paved streets welcome to Savannah, where centuries old buildings contrast with modern structures designed by the Savannah College of Art and Design. If you’re looking for a charming, Southern holiday retreat, this itinerary […]

When life’s a peach

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Taking it slow in Peachtree City

FEATURE: Kelly Skinner

It’s an unusual experience when you expect nothing of a place and walk away smitten. Such was the case with my weekend jaunt to Peachtree City, the quiet community 20 miles south of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Don’t be fooled by the name—it’s not a smaller version of Atlanta, nor is it abounding with peaches. Overrun with golf […]


The Classic City, revisited

An Athens homecoming

By Jennifer Bradley Franklin

lg_image_91Ever since my days at the University of Georgia, Athens has always felt like home. Though I’m happily installed in a just-built home here in Atlanta, I feel the pull of that all-American city to the northeast. Just an hour-and-fifteen-minute drive, it seems a world away from the bustle of Buckhead’s streets. Athens marches to the indie […]