The Atlanta Nap Ministry preaches the liberating power of rest

Tricia Hersey, founder of the Nap Ministry: “How can we resist these toxic systems that want us to be disconnected, that want us to work 80 hours a week, that want us to feel like we’re not worthy unless we’re producing something? This isn’t just about naps.”
Whole Foods Midtown Atlanta opens April 5

Rooftop brunch, multiple bars, yoga, and a veggie butcher: What to expect at Whole Foods Midtown

On April 5, the Southeast's largest Whole Foods will open on 14th Street in Midtown, boasting food carts, a coffee-and-wine bar, sunrise yoga on the roof, exclusive local items, a bike tune-up area, giant Jenga, and more.
Restaurant Eugene closing Eugene & Elizabeth's

Restaurant Eugene to close this summer, to be replaced by a more casual restaurant

After 15 years, Linton Hopkins's fine-dining staple in Buckhead will close and become a new restaurant, Eugene & Elizabeth's.
5 Favorite Sandwiches in Atlanta: Italian Grinder at Fred's Meat & Bread

5 of our favorite sandwiches in Atlanta

Atlanta's sandwich game deserves your attention. Whether you want something spicy, crisp, cool, or gooey, these are just a few of my favorites that are guaranteed to satisfy.
Columbia, South Carolina

48 hours in Cola: Where to eat, drink, stay, and play in South Carolina’s capital

South Carolina's capital city, Columbia, has emerged from the coast's shadow as an awesome getaway in its own right. Like Louisville or Asheville or other mid-sized cities, "Cola" (as it's nicknamed) has experienced a renaissance over the last couple decades. Now, while Cola's charms are still relatively undiscovered, may be the best time to go.
Jason Flatt pit bulls

Atlanta’s patron saint of pit bulls

Every morning, Jason Flatt wakes up compelled by that simple mission: He has to save a dog—especially ones that everyone else has given up as lost. As owner of Friends to the Forlorn, his animal rescue operation that specializes in pit bulls, he has saved more than 600 dogs since 2009.
Atlanta's Top Doctors 2016 Best doctors in Atlanta

Editor’s Note: Uber Forever

The way taxis work—or, more specifically, don’t work—in this town is dumbfounding. Imagine a company that promises to perform a service, then simply chooses not to. And doesn’t even bother letting the customer know.
Sevananda

The survival of Sevananda, Atlanta’s only co-op grocery store

As Atlanta’s lone grocery store cooperative, and one of only a handful of vegetarian ones in the nation, Sevananda has endured nearly 45 years of change and some occasional conflict, both in Little Five Points and among the co-op’s member-owners and leadership.
Ed Fisher Big Green Egg

How the Big Green Egg became a phenomenon

The Big Green Egg derives from a simple idea with an ancient lineage, as evidenced by pottery shards of cooking vessels in middens around the world. More specifically, it’s an updated iteration of a commonplace Asian rice cooker: the kamado, a Japanese word that translates as “place for the cauldron.”

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