A note from Sean McGinnis, President & Publisher:
After a gray winter, it is safe to assume that everyone is ready to feel the sun on their skin and the sand on their feet. For Atlantans, an easy spring break escape that offers both relaxation and adventure is on Florida’s Gulf Coast. Our March issue is your go-to for spring vacation plans with destinations tailored to any need. With family-friendly activities, natural retreats, and chill getaways for adults, you can make this year’s spring break memorable.
Can fairytales still teach us something, even as we age? Writer Sabrina Orah Mark believes so as she explores this idea in her new book of essays titled Happily. Now based in Athens, Georgia where she teaches writing classes from her home, Mark has experienced the many ups and downs that come with life. Throughout these tribulations, though, she always believed there was a fairytale to keep her company. From dealing with rejection to navigating motherhood, her connection with fairytales offers a surprising, and perhaps healing, outlook on life’s troubles.
Recently, the Atlanta History Center produced a documentary about the origins of the Stone Mountain carving. As the world’s largest Confederate monument, it is a sight that inspires, yet leaves one with the somber knowledge of its dark history. In this issue, producers of the documentary reflect on the history of the monument and why they wanted to tell this story.
Lastly, make sure to peruse through our 2023 Top Dentists section. These dentists were selected due to the cutting-edge technology they employ as well as their dedication to their clients. Learn more about what sets them apart from their colleagues and how they can serve you.
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