October 2011: Destination Dining

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A culinary tour of New Orleans, North Carolina’s Triangle, and Charleston · A preview of the Dunwoody daycare murder trial · An excerpt from Inside Coca-Cola · A Montana dude ranch for Atlantans · Social networking for preteens · Judges gone wild · Atlanta Opera’s take on Br’er Rabbit · Moonshine · Wild Heaven beers · A beer fest roundup· Shoes · Sid and Ann Mashburn come online · Edit by Lauren walks you through fall shoes · A Roswell homeowner’s kitchen renovation goes DIY · Arhaus Furniture opens in Phipps Plaza

The Town that Blew Away

Just past midnight on April 28, the tiny community of Vaughn was going to sleep. Forty-five seconds later, it was no longer there.
By Justin Heckert
 
FOOD & DINING
Review Decatur’s No. 246
Discovery Buckhead’s Pie Shop
>> TIPS: Learn how to make the best pie crusts
Recipe Virginia Willis’s jambalaya
>> EXTENDED VERSION of Susan Puckett’s Home Plates column
LIFE & STYLE

Style Sandpiper turns twenty-five
Home Miami Circle experiences a renewal
Real Estate
Rhododendron Hall is for sale
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GALLERY: Shots of the $14.9 million abode
Politics Herman Cain attracts a rabid fan base
History Georgian Terrace celebrates its centennial
>> GALLERY: Historic photos from the Terrace’s storied history

Music India Arie reinvents herself
Books
Thomas Mullen pens a thriller

COLUMNS
Hollis Gillespie Curb appeal
>> EXTENDED VERSION

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