Every specialty has been affected by Covid-19. We talked with six of our Top Doctors about how the healthcare system should or will change as the world starts back up.
"As an MD, my objective is to take care of each patient individually and cater to their needs. With my MPH, however, I see the community as my patient."
For Atlantans, some of the state’s best trails are close by. Here's how to get out there.
I think about deliciousness a lot and have pursued it all my life. Yet, in pandemic times, the pure joy of eating something delicious—preferably a delicious surprise, rather than something I have had to orchestrate myself—has been absent.
“No matter what you put there, it will always be a landmark.”
Suffering from frayed cuticles, hangnails, or dry, chapped skin after more than a year of diligent pandemic hand hygiene? You’re not alone.
Friends fans can visit Central Perk, Monica and Rachel's kitchen, and Joey and Chandler's living room at the Friends Experience in Sandy Springs. Here's what to know before you go to the pop-up event.
Landscape designer Brandy Hall is an advocate of permaculture, a science that integrates human activities into natural surroundings to establish ecosystems that are self-sustaining. In other words, she believes your yard should take care of itself.
Candytopia, a colorful, Instagramable wonderland filled with large candy sculptures and paintings, is back in Atlanta at the Disco Kroger shopping center in Buckhead. Before you go, here's what you need to know. (Hint: Bring socks, a fully charged phone, and prepare for confetti.)
Think burgers are the only thing you can get from a drive-thru? In metro Atlanta, you can even get a cake.
The verdict on 5 new Atlanta restaurants: Che Butter Jonez, the Continent, Drawbar, the Abby Singer, Daisuki Sushi Izakaya
Che Butter Jonez opens a brick-and-mortar, Scotley Innis lands on BuHi, the Interlock development gets its first restaurant, the Abby Singer offers Midwestern fare, and Daisuki serves fresh sushi in Johns Creek
Starting September 21, hosts using Airbnb, Vrbo, and other short-term rental services in Atlanta must follow a new set of rules aimed at curbing problem listings.
Whether you’re hiking at FDR State Park or going to check out a North Georgia waterfall, these are the best sandwiches—and tacos, biscuits, churros, and soft-serve—to fuel your adventure. (The cheddar grouper sandwich, by the way, is a destination in its own right.)
Atlanta summers always encourage patio-seeking behavior, but in 2021, specifically? Sitting in a well-ventilated spot with a drink in hand is practically an obligation. Whether you’re looking for fancy cocktails, family-friendly fare, French bistro affectations, or just french fries and beer, here’s where you can do your duty.