OTHERWORLDLY UNDERWORLD

Italian mecca La Grotta is the hidden heart of Buckhead

La Grotta’s filetto di manzo al Barolo tenderloin, served in a Barolo-Pommery mustard sauce and topped with Gorgonzola, is a triumph of complementary flavors.

La Grotta’s filetto di manzo al Barolo tenderloin, served in a Barolo-Pommery mustard sauce and topped with Gorgonzola, is a triumph of complementary flavors.

STORY: Rebecca Cha
PHOTOS: Sara Hanna

SERIAL VOLUNTEER

Area realtor gives back in a big way

Wick Garrard (left) and Ellen Sacchi (center) join Erin Yabroudy at the Piedmont Park Conservancy's 21st annual Landmark Luncheon.

Wick Garrard (left) and Ellen Sacchi (center) join Erin Yabroudy at the Piedmont Park Conservancy’s 21st annual Landmark Luncheon.

BY: Mickey Goodman

Busy Buckhead-based Harry Norman Realtors agent Erin Yabroudy is a tireless volunteer and has been heavily involved with […]

LEARNING YOUR CBDS

While marijuana isn’t legal in Georgia, almost anyone can enjoy the benefits of CBD-infused products.

Kat's Naturals Relax CBD Hemp Oil

Kat’s Naturals Relax CBD Hemp Oil

STORY: Jessica Dauler

Also known as cannabidiol, CBD is a legal, non-psychoactive oil (meaning you won’t get high) that’s very different from regular and medical marijuana. Commonly used as a natural alternative to treat dozens of conditions from anxiety to […]

BREAKING BOUNDARIES

THE ATHLETIC PEASE BROTHERS TAKE ON A NEW CHALLENGE AS AUTHORS

Kyle Pease has never let cerebral palsy stand in his way. Along with brother, Brent, he has competed in marathons and Ironman competitions that have broken barriers for others. Kyle Pease has never let cerebral palsy stand in his way. Along with brother, Brent, he has competed in marathons and Ironman competitions that have […]

REMEMBERING JOHN PORTMAN

AN ODE TO THE ACCLAIMED ARCHITECT WHO HELPED SHAPE ATLANTA

John Portman in front of a sculpture he created that stands outside SunTrust Plaza in downtown Atlanta. © 2004 Tom Hamilton; image courtesy The Portman Archives

John Portman in front of a sculpture he created that stands outside SunTrust Plaza in downtown Atlanta. © 2004 Tom Hamilton; image courtesy The Portman Archives

STORY: Kevin C. Madigan

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PAINTING THE TOWN

MIGUEL CASTILLO OF CASTLE PAINTING TELLS US WHAT’S HOT AND NOT IN PAINT RIGHT NOW

STORY: Karina Antenucci
PHOTO: Sara Hanna

Miguel Castillo moved his family from Venezuela to Atlanta in 1998, right after controversial former president Hugo Chávez was elected. He chose Atlanta because of the hypergrowth the city was experiencing after the 1996 Summer Olympics. A professional basketball player in his native country, Castillo turned his sights […]