Road trip guide to Virginia Wine Country
In 1773, Thomas Jefferson planted sangiovese vines at Monticello, hopeful he could reproduce the European wines he loved on his own hilly terrain. While his efforts ultimately failed, today Virginia is home to more than 300 wineries, where both Old World and native varieties flourish.
Hail to the Queen: Why we’re loving Charlotte now
It’s never a bad time to visit North Carolina’s largest city, but lately, Charlotte is on a roll. From a new pro soccer team and groundbreaking Picasso exhibition to the buzzy Camp North End development, the Queen City seems to have something for everyone.
Woodstock is a holiday shopper’s dream come true
Woodstock is unexpected to people who remember it as the sleepy little bedroom community it was in the 1980s. Lately, it’s more like the bustling whistle stop it was in the 1880s because of...
How to make the most of a visit to The Battery Atlanta
The Battery Atlanta brings to life unparalleled year-round entertainment for locals and visitors. The 2-million square-foot lifestyle hub has curated a dynamic mix of one-of-a-kind residential and hotel accommodations; exclusive retail and dining offerings;...
40. Shop the ADAC sample sale
Until last year, the annual Sample Sale was the only time that the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center was open to the public. But in 2012, ADAC reversed its long-standing policy and allowed consumers to browse its high-end home furnishings.
25. Buy a bonsai tree—from a monk
In 1944 a handful of Trappist monks established a community in the woods outside of Conyers.
14. Embrace Atlanta’s easy-going style
Atlanta has a laid-back style; it’s a lot less pretentious than New York or other large cities. One place that really exemplifies that is Morgan Kylee boutique in Buckhead. It’s small, friendly, personal.
2. Treasure hunt at Chamblee Antique Row
Though we’re still devoted to the monthly Scott Antique Market, rarely are we surprised by what we find there.