Buckhead Village, Martha Stewart Living

Buckhead Village, Martha Stewart Living

March 5, 2013
On a recent trip to the industrial area of Westside, Martha discovered (and fell in love with) the culinary market Star Provisions and the restaurant Bacchanalia, as well as the neighboring women's-clothing boutique Ann Mashburn.
Atlanta On the Town, AirTran Go Magazine

Atlanta On the Town, AirTran Go Magazine

March 1, 2013
The South's most dynamic city shares its scene-ery with Hollywood. As Atlanta becomes a hub for TV and movie production, there is plenty to rave about in this article.
Return to Tara, Georgia Magazine

Return to Tara, Georgia Magazine

February 1, 2013
Unfurling from Marietta to Jonesboro with stops in Atlanta en route, the newly designed Gone With the Wind Trail beats a path to key sites connected to "Gone With the Wind," Margaret Mitchell's 1936 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel and David O. Selznick's 1939 Academy Award-winning film.
The South's Most Beautiful Homes and Gardens, Essentially America

The South's Most Beautiful Homes and Gardens, Essentially America

February 1, 2013
One of the great attractions of the American South is its wealth of beautiful 18th- and 19th-century plantation and town houses, many of them surrounded by lovely gardens and open to the public year-round or, at least, on annual seasonal 'pilgramages.'
Atlanta to Break Ground on College Football Hall of Fame, Successful Meetings

Atlanta to Break Ground on College Football Hall of Fame, Successful Meetings

January 3, 2013
On Jan. 28, construction crews will break ground on the new College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB) reported this week.
3 days in Atlanta, Dallas Child

3 days in Atlanta, Dallas Child

January 1, 2013
As the birthplace of Gone with the Wind and the Civil Rights Movement, Atlanta has earned the right to be called the "Capital of the South."
Good Eats, Garden & Gun

Good Eats, Garden & Gun

October 1, 2012
Eating his way across the South and beyond, John T. Edge has logged more time in restaurant than just about anyone. Here, his top ten dishes of the year -- from lardo-wrapped fish to one hell of a tomato sandwich.
Southern Traveler, Southern Living

Southern Traveler, Southern Living

October 1, 2012
From craft beer and pretzels in Kentucky's horse country to apple picking in the North Georgia mountains, these eight fantastic fall getaways will have you packing your bags.
America's Hippiest Hipster Neighborhoods, Forbes

America's Hippiest Hipster Neighborhoods, Forbes

September 20, 2012
Merriam-Webster somewhat vaguely defines a “hipster” as “a person who is unusually aware of and interested in new and unconventional patterns.” While what exactly qualifies someone as a hipster may be up for debate, to compile our list, we took a quantitative approach to determining the 20 places in which hipsterdom is most likely to flourish.
40 Sweet Spots for Fall Value, Sherman's Travel

40 Sweet Spots for Fall Value, Sherman's Travel

September 10, 2012
Like the blossoms that brighten this Southern belle's landscape every spring, Atlanta is a perennial rejuvenator, infusing her classic charm with modern style and welcoming visitors to her unique blend of history, dining, shopping, and adventure.
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