Printed for personal use only

June 2011: Hot Neighborhoods

FEATURES
Hot Neighborhoods
Beneath our canopy of trees lie metro Atlanta's greatest treasures: its lively and diverse neighborhoods. This month we spotlight five up-and-comers, with nods to the towns and communities whose best qualities they share. ONLINE:
>> Read the results of our reader survey on Atlanta's 'hoods
>> Enjoy humorous proposed neighborhood bumper stickers
>> Explore maps of the five profiled neighborhoods
>> Get everything with the Zinio digital edition
 

MORE IN THE MAGAZINE
Understanding Acworth, Bramblee, Old Fourth Ward, Suwanee, and Westside · An excerpt from Melissa Fay Greene's new book, No Biking in the House without a Helmet · Emory's Homer Simpson gene · High's Modern by Design · Rashid Nutri is the constant gardener · Our Way Cafe · Punch at H. Harper Station · Cosabella · Joy Pittman · Seersucker · Desjoyaux Pools · Roswell's New World Home · Room Service Atlanta
Widespread Panic
Who needs a hit? Twenty-five years in, WSP has mastered the sound of success.
By Mike Tierney
 
FOOD & DINING
Review Floataway Cafe
Rediscovery Haven
Local Foods Dreaming Cow Yogurt
Recipe Jason Hill's Ellijay chicken and dumplings
>> EXTENDED VERSION of Susan Puckett's Home Plates column
>> EXTRA RECIPE: Jason Hill's poached chicken with rich stock

LIFE & STYLE
Style Brookhaven's Boogaloos
Home Inman Park's Nandina
Travel Highlands
Culture Lawrenceville's turtle activist

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Best Bets Willie Nelson, Shakespeare Tavern, ASO
Television Drop Dead Diva
Art Modern Atlanta
>> GALLERY: More homes
Music Newnan's Corbette Jackson
Books Man Martin's Paradise Dogs
>> EXTRA INTERVIEW: Teresa Weaver interviews Melissa Fay Greene

COLUMNS
Hollis Gillespie How I nearly became what I served
Flash Back Six Flags Over Georgia opens
Editor's Note Moving around Atlanta's neighborhoods