NEWS CLIPS – MAY 2019

LUXURY HOTEL REVEALS MAKEOVER

In honor of its 10th anniversary, The St. Regis Atlanta started 2019 with what it calls a “property-wide refresh.” The changes include updated guestrooms, the introduction of new meeting and event space, an expanded St. Regis Bar and the addition of a 3,070-square-foot terrace at the acclaimed Atlas restaurant. “With the reputation of [having one of the best addresses in Atlanta], we are […]

YOU’VE GOT MAIL

A local entrepreneur puts her stamp on the greeting card biz

Dionne Mahaffey’s new online venture prints and mails greeting cards primarily featuring “black imagery or black sayings and quotes.”

STORY: Adrianne Murchison

Inspiration may be fleeting for some, but it arrives in abundance for Dionne Mahaffey. Perhaps that’s why she’s a self-described serial entrepreneur. The Sandy Springs businesswoman’s tech expertise has led her to a […]

BIG GAME BIG GIVE

When Super Bowl LIII rolled into Atlanta Feb. 3, so did the crush of celebrities in town to see the Patriots battle the Rams.

This year’s Big Game Big Give event, an invitation-only party thrown each year in the Super Bowl host city, was equally star-studded. Held at the Sandy Springs home of Jeff and Carrla Goldstein, it was hosted by Ludacris and featured a performance by […]

JAMIE ADAMS – Il Giallo

As chef and owner of Il Giallo in Sandy Springs, Jamie Adams cooks a lot of Italian food, including the restaurant’s Feast of the Seven Fishes, a seven-course Christmas Eve tradition with origins in southern Italy.

But when it comes to a holiday meal at home, it’s all about American tradition. The Buckhead native, who spent five years in Italy working at Michelin-star restaurants, now resides in […]

PLAYING TRICKS ON PARKINSON’S

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, […]

CURE’S A TRIBUTE TO OUR QUIET HEROES

CURE’s 12th annual luncheon brought together more than 550 people who honored the mothers of children with cancer.

CURE’s 12th annual luncheon brought together more than 550 people who honored the mothers of children with cancer.

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 […]

BUZZ – NOVEMBER 2016

GARDEN LIGHTS, HOLIDAY NIGHTS

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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, […]

FREE TO BE ME

Camp Twin Lakes provides respite for kids with challenges.

Morgan McGahan points to all the activities she loves at Camp Twin Lakes.

Morgan McGahan points to all the activities she loves at Camp Twin Lakes.

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 […]

NEWS BITES – OCTOBER 2016

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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 […]

THE CITY BECOMES A CLASSROOM

Lovett pioneers innovative semester for rising sophomores.

Lab Atlanta offers bright high school sophomores an opportunity to develop real-world skills.

Lab Atlanta offers bright high school sophomores an opportunity to develop real-world skills.

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 […]