I don’t want to date myself, but I grew up watching them on the original Batman series starring Adam West and Burt Ward. Even as a young child, I snickered at the cheesy costumes, less-than-harrowing stunts and contrived plotlines, but you have to admit they got the job done and kept the streets of Gotham City […]
At one point, I could name all of the 30 NBA teams and their top scorers, could tell you the difference between an I formation and a T formation in football and knew how many laps […]
A pre-Super Bowl “Party with a Purpose” supports a local food bank
STORY: Mickey Goodman
In 1992, restaurateur Wayne Kostroski was chairman of the restaurant committee for the Super […]
SOME LOCAL RESIDENTS’ PETS HAVE FEATHERS AND SCALES INSTEAD OF FUR
STORY: Laura J. Moss
According to the American Pet Products Association, 68 percent of U.S. households own a pet, and while the vast majority of them are cats and dogs, not all of our furry friends are. In fact, many of them aren’t even furry.
Thirteen percent of U.S. households are […]
A trench is a coat that remains current despite a 100-year-plus history. These timeless coverings are not only practical, their style longevity also makes them a closet essential for both men and women.
STORY: Jessica Dauler
Burberry Vintage Check Cotton Trench Coat ($2,390)
The ever-recognizable Burberry check is as much a symbol of casual luxury and contemporary elegance as it is […]
Jami Gertz is one of the nicest people you’ll meet. I discovered this fact recently over a leisurely lunch with the actress at Chops Lobster Bar. She is warm, friendly and down-to-earth—the exact opposite of a Hollywood diva who could put on airs given her long list of impressive acting credits.
Now living in Buckhead the majority of the year and concentrating on her job as one […]
The importance of logging off our devices for maintaining a healthy relationship.
STORY: Juliette Cheatham
PHOTO: Sara Hanna
In her recently published book, Effects of Texting on Marital Relationships, clinical psychologist Lori Whatley, who resides and practices in Buckhead, offers research-backed commentary about how the digital age of texting has created a new […]
Atlanta’s historic Georgian Terrace hotel still shines a century later
STORY: H.M. Cauley
Atlanta isn’t known for its wealth of historic architecture. Sure, we have the Swan House in Buckhead, the iconic Georgia State Capitol building downtown and the L.P. Grant mansion in Grant Park. But none of these invite visitors to unpack their bags and soak up the city’s past in as glamorous a style as The […]