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Foul Territory
Should you sue an MLB team for getting hit in the head by a foul ball? What if the victim is your six-year-old daughter?
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Features

  • Little Town, Big Idea: Rome's Cancer Navigators

    The organization does more than support patients through a medial crisis. They steer clients through the emotional, financial, physical, and logistical challenges of coping with the deadly disease.

    Rome’s Cancer Navigators do more than support patients through a medical crisis. They steer clients through the emotional, financial, physical, and logistical challenges of coping with the deadly disease. Read More

Restaurant Reviews

  • Check, please: Bill Addison's final list of favorite Atlanta restaurants

    Plus a look at where the dining scene is headed in the near future

    Forks up, y’all: We’ll soon witness an unprecedented surge of restaurant openings in Atlanta. It’s about time. After a stagnant spell at the decade’s start, when only a smattering of standouts launched each year, 2013 changed course: Buckhead regained its groove with Kevin Rathbun’s KR SteakBar and Ford Fry’s King Duke (followed by Fry’s Italian seafood blockbuster St. Cecilia eight months later), and marquee chefs Kevin Gillespie and Todd Ginsberg took winning chances with unconventional menus at their respective restaurants, Gunshow and the General Muir. Read More

Style

  • My Style: Myka Barbato

    Five years ago, after living in New York, Paris, and Munich, Myka Barbato returned to her native Atlanta and opened the posh waxing salon Wax and brow bar Blink. In 2012 the Spelman and Parsons School of Design grad added a sleek nail salon, Buff, to her little beauty empire in Studioplex in the Old Fourth Ward. Her adopted European sensibility shows at her nearby loft, where she spills her latest obsessions. Read More

Travel

  • Fairhope, Alabama offers golf, galleries, and grub

    Mobile Bay destination presents a versatile blend of activities in a quaint town

    Alabama didn’t end up with much oceanfront, but the towns tucked along Mobile Bay provide enough culture, architecture, and good food that visitors don’t miss the white sand. Fairhope, on the eastern side of the inlet, is just five hours or so from Atlanta and in some ways has more in common with Highlands, North Carolina, than sand-and-surf destinations like Panama City Beach. Read More

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