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A Trip Down Alabama’s Mobile-Tensaw River Delta

A Trip Down Alabama’s Mobile-Tensaw River Delta

  Alabama’s Mobile-Tensaw DeltaPhoto by John E. McDonald Alabama’s Mobile-Tensaw River Delta is one of the richest repositories of life on the planet. A writer tours this vibrant but vulnerable ecosystem with the human who…

ADAC: The Essential Design Resource of the Southeast

ADAC: The Essential Design Resource of the Southeast

The Atlanta Decorative Arts Center, referred to as ADAC, is a pillar of design in Atlanta, the Southeast, and beyond. It was built in Buckhead over 60 years ago by John Portman, the renowned architect…

Key Dates for Hawks Fans to Enjoy a Great Night Out in Atlanta

Key Dates for Hawks Fans to Enjoy a Great Night Out in Atlanta

With some new faces and all-star talent hitting the court, the Hawks are just days away from another exciting season in Atlanta. Specifically, the Hawks’ new backcourt featuring All-NBA Third Team guard Trae Young and…

Top 10 Things To Do in Johns Creek

Top 10 Things To Do in Johns Creek

1. Public Art around Johns Creek Tour the unique Gateway Markers created by William Massey and visit our latest addition; the horse sculpture “Entwined Strength” by Eric Strauss at the Bell Road/Boles Road roundabout. The…

Newly launched Violette offers stylish sun protection

Newly launched Violette offers stylish sun protection

Ansley CollinsPhotograph by Eley Photo For Atlanta native Ansley Collins, the sun has always been a double-edged sword: She loves being outside and being active, but the redhead’s fair skin has made it difficult for…

Pop-Up Magazine, the acclaimed “live magazine,” returns to Atlanta on Nov. 15 with Love Stories

Pop-Up Magazine, the acclaimed “live magazine,” returns to Atlanta on Nov. 15 with Love Stories

Pop-Up Magazine, the acclaimed live magazine show, is back in Atlanta for the first time in over three years. The show hits the Buckhead Theatre on November 15 at 7:30pm with a brand-new issue: Love…

The Atlanta Symphony’s new music director will navigate postlockdown programming and forge new connections—from Switzerland

The Atlanta Symphony’s new music director will navigate postlockdown programming and forge new connections—from Switzerland

Nathalie StutzmannPhotograph by Raftermen Photography In March, around 150 members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus ascended risers on the Symphony Hall stage and turned to the audience for the first regular-season concert since the…

Test drive: Getting a waterless pedicure at Varnish Lane

Test drive: Getting a waterless pedicure at Varnish Lane

Varnish LanePhotograph courtesy of Varnish Lane There was a time when a waterless pedicure meant sitting awkwardly in a swivel chair, your feet in a nail technician’s lap while you looked longingly at the customers…

What you can get for $500,000 in (and around) Atlanta

What you can get for $500,000 in (and around) Atlanta

  Potential homebuyers may know that a $500,000 budget makes for one of the most popular, competitive price points in Atlanta’s current—but shifting—real estate market. We scoped out three juicy options right now, from a…

The Apiarist: Edward Morgan on rescuing bees and breaking down your fears

The Apiarist: Edward Morgan on rescuing bees and breaking down your fears

Photograph by Ben Rollins Atlantans is a first-person account of the familiar strangers who make the city tick. This month’s is Edward Morgan, as told to Xavier Stevens. No rescue is the same when it…