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April 2012: Girls Getaways
Whether you like shopping, sightseeing, or just chilling on a beach, we’ve got the perfect itinerary for you. Plus, a bourbon trip for the guys!
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Three great girls getaways, plus a bourbon trip for the boys · The airport’s international terminal finally opens · Where to find Atlanta’s handsome fellows · Grocery on Home’s nifty beat · The antidote to 5-hour Energy · The Townsend crowd · Kevin Clark finds contentment at Home Grown · Sliders at the Shed at Glenwood · Summers hottest shades · Wallpaper makes a comeback · Phoebe Howard’s new book of decorating tips
The Big Break
How three old friends—a former attorney general, a perfectionist lawyer, and an ex-cop—exposed the conspiracies behind the biggest public school cheating scandal in American history.
By Justin Heckert
The Last Trawlers
For generations, shrimp boats have plied the waters along Georgia’s coast. But as foreign seafood floods the market and gas prices soar, will this way of life be lost?
By Tony Rehagen
> GALLERY: View photos of the shrimping industry in action
FOOD & DINING
Review Tomo adjusts to its new Buckhead digs
Column The culinary traditions of Passover
Geering Local Asparagus stalks flourish this spring
Recipe Mary Moore’s cheese biscuits
> GALLERY: Photos Mary Moore making the recipe
LIFE & STYLE
Style Local bloggers show off their style
Home Glassblowing at Janke Studios
> GALLERY: Behind the scenes of the glassblowing process
Sports Braves GM Frank Wren speaks plainly
City A look at Kwanza Hall’s Year of Boulevard initiative
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Music Cindy Pinion plays hostess of North Georgia bluegrass
Theater High school musicals compete
Rich Eldredge Cofounder Freddy Bensch reflects on SweetWater’s success
Hollis Gillespie Our phones are ourselves
Editor’s Note On the AJC and the testing scandal that rocked our schools