The third annual ladies’ luncheon and social bridge event, Playing Tricks on Parkinson’s, was once again held at Buckhead’s Swan Coach House. The event, which benefits the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s research, has raised more than $15,000 to date, and this year contributions exceeded $5,000. All of the proceeds go directly to the Foundation, thanks to the generous support of local executive search firm, […]
With a vision to make an impact towards life-saving pediatric cancer research, CURE Childhood Cancer held its 12th annual luncheon, A Tribute to Our Quiet Heroes, at the […]
GARDEN LIGHTS, HOLIDAY NIGHTS
Nov. 12 to Jan. 7
Holiday lights at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens returns this year for the sixth season. Beginning Nov. 12, guests can see the gardens decked out in more than 69 miles of light strings, the distance from Atlanta to Athens, Georgia. Explore 30 acres of LED light displays, make s’mores by the fire pit, ride holiday model trains and more. Don’t miss the new Walk of Flames, […]
Camp Twin Lakes provides respite for kids with challenges.
For the last four years, 18-year-old Buckhead resident Morgan McGahan has attended Camp Twin Lakes (CTL), a safe, welcoming refuge for kids with serious illnesses, disabilities and other challenges.
“It’s my […]
DUSTY GRIFFITH EXHIBIT OPENS AT PRYOR FINE ART
Visit Pryor Fine Art for Southern encaustic artist Dusty Griffith’s latest exhibition this month. Through a heating process, the Atlanta-based Griffith transform found materials such as embedded glass, plexi and barn salvages into stunning works of art using beeswax. A sought after talent, his art can be found in the homes of celebrities such as Halle Barry and […]
Lovett pioneers innovative semester for rising sophomores.
When Lab Atlanta debuts in the spring of 2017, 30 high-achieving high school sophomores selected from Atlanta-area public and private schools will use the city as their textbook. Sponsored by The Lovett […]
92-year-old photographer captures images of talent close to home.
Some careers won’t end no matter how hard someone tries to retire. Take the example of 92-yearold Clyde May. For more than 50 years, May had a thriving business as a photographer, working in the era when film was developed in a dark room and the concept of having a lens on a phone was unheard of. […]
For the sixth year, the Show Me Shoes Foundation, a nonprofit aimed at assisting young girls who have experienced unexpected hardships, presented Prom Project 6.
This year’s theme was Prom in the City, an event at the Atlanta Marriott Northwest at Galleria that helped more […]
Buckhead designer creates one-of-a-kind clothes.Art or fashion? Both! This plush, midcalf coat is made of hand-dyed silk, Merino wool, silk roving, wool locks and found fabrics. And it has no seams, and is […]