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Story of the Week

Do the financial projections for the new Braves stadium add up?
Cobb commissioneers tout a consultant's rosy economic forecast—and downplay costs to the county.
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  • Atlanta Food Lovers Guide

    Think of our A(TL) to Z index as your essential shopping list. We scoured the city’s best markets and shops to find fruits and vegetables at the peak of the season, fragrant olive oils, crusty breads, locally raised meats, tempting sweets, and much, much more. Plus, we sneak in a few restaurant recommendations. Read More

Restaurant Reviews

  • St. Cecilia

    Ford Fry's Italian blockbuster aims to please the masses

    You can walk into Buckhead’s St. Cecilia and simply be swept into its maelstrom, starting with the stark drama of the 11,000-square-foot room—the glass windows three stories high, the white-tiled columns, and the ceiling that soars twenty-six feet into the sky. Read More


  • Totes McGoats: Our favorite carryalls for spring

    These miniature goats from Tanglewood Farm help showcase the local designs

    We brought in these tiny farm animals from Tanglewood Farm, a “town” of miniature animals near Canton, to check out our favorite spring satchels by local designers and artisans. No goats to tote? These work for picnics, shopping, and festivals, too. Read More


  • Cape San Blas will rekindle your love for the Florida Panhandle

    The "Forgotten Coast" provides quiet relaxation

    “Well,” I said to my husband, “I don’t think I have ever dined out looking so grubby in my life—but I don’t remember when I last felt this relaxed.” With another swig from a bottle of PBR, I leaned back in the wooden bench on the wide front porch of Indian Pass Trading Post and listened as Kerry James, whose sun-streaked hair and leathered skin testified to decades of beach bumming, belted his way through “Sweet Caroline.” Read More

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