EDITOR’S CORNER – MAY 2019

To my recollection, Batman and Robin were the original “Dynamic Duo.”

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 […]

EDITOR’S CORNER – MARCH / APRIL 2019

I had severe asthma as a child, so I wasn’t very athletic. I was happy to cheer from the sidelines, though, and over the years, I became a huge sports fan.

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 […]

EDITOR’S CORNER – JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2019

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 […]

EDITOR’S CORNER – NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 2018

As you drive around Buckhead, amid all of the construction equipment knocking old things down and putting new things up, it’s getting harder and harder to find hints of the area’s past. So it seemed like a worthwhile endeavor to devote this issue’s cover story to how things used to be.

I admit I didn’t know much about the area’s history before signing on as the editor […]

EDITOR’S CORNER – OCTOBER 2018

I vividly remember my first concert. I’m vague on the year and exactly how old I was at the time, but I recall the show itself.

It was back in the ’70s and involved the legendary Michael Jackson and his brothers performing at the old Texas Stadium in Dallas. From our cheapest-we-could get nosebleed seats, Michael was a mere speck dancing around the stage, but even from […]

EDITOR’S CORNER – SEPTEMBER 2018

When I initially started brainstorming ideas for this issue’s cover story, which was deemed “The Men’s Issue,” I couldn’t think of a better way to exemplify that theme than to share the stories of some of the notable and interesting gentlemen who make up our readership.

A few immediately came to mind, such as Alex Page, the luxury marketing manager for Harry Norman Realtors. I’ve run into […]

EDITOR’S CORNER – JULY / AUGUST 2018

As Dorothy famously said in The Wizard of Oz, there’s no place like home—which is why so many of us go to such lengths to make it comfortable, or chic, or cluttered with all of our favorite things, as the case may be.

Whenever I meet someone new and interesting these days, it’s inevitable that I’ll end up asking them, “Do you live or work in Buckhead, […]

EDITOR’S CORNER – JUNE 2018

As Dorothy famously said in The Wizard of Oz, there’s no place like home—which is why so many of us go to such lengths to make it comfortable, or chic, or cluttered with all of our favorite things, as the case may be.

Of course, the Buckhead area has more than its fair share of breathtaking homes. Just drive down any of its streets and you’ll see […]

EDITOR’S CORNER – MAY 2018

Food, glorious food. That’s the subject of our cover story this issue, and I couldn’t be more excited.

I mean, who wouldn’t be? Our intrepid writer Jennifer Bradley Franklin has bravely scoured the local dining (and drinking) scene to report on everything from Buckhead’s best brunches to the perfect places for patio dining. She’s uncovered secret off-menu dishes, such as the luscious Lobster Mac at one of […]

EDITOR’S CORNER – MARCH / APRIL 2018

I hate to date myself, but the most high-tech piece of equipment I used at my first official office job was a non-correcting typewriter. (Goodness knows how many bottles of Wite-Out I went through back in the day!)

Our copier didn’t have a collating feature, we filed endless copies of paper documents and a receptionist actually answered phones and transferred incoming calls. My desk was one of […]