Saturday, March 23, 2019

With his new cookbook, Atlanta chef Todd Richards wants to change the way we view soul food

Todd Richards found that one of the biggest obstacles for black chefs is the lack of economic resources for opening their own restaurants. That's why he sees his new cookbook, Soul, as a transformative text to make soul food higher in economic value.

Where to celebrate Chinese New Year in Atlanta

The Chinese Lunar New Year will take place this year on January 28. Here's where you can celebrate in Atlanta.

Restaurant Holmes, the first restaurant at Alpharetta City Center, opens July 11

The first restaurant to open at Alpharetta City Center is designed to mirror the way former St. Cecilia chef Taylor Neary likes to dine—on simple, hyper-seasonal dishes created for sharing. Most of the menu's 20 plates are vegetable-based.
Coalition Food & Beverage

Diner-inspired Coalition Food and Beverage opens in Alpharetta later this month

After a year of delays, the opening for Coalition Food & Beverage is finally in sight. Table & Main owner Ryan Pernice’s first restaurant outside of Roswell will open in Teasley Place in Alpharetta in the second half of June.

Re: Fredi Gonzalez

I’m still relatively new to town, not a Braves fan. But I’ve followed baseball most of my life, and I’ve gotta say that some Braves fans seem to have an inflated sense of their own suffering. You’ve had, what, two losing seasons in the past twenty-three? Fifteen division championships? Five pennants? C’mon!

In the Shadows

The stranger arrived at the movie set late in the evening. Crew members preparing for a long night’s shoot were told the short and stocky, heavily bearded man had come to watch over one of the film’s stars, a fourteen-year-old boy whose mother was leaving in a few hours for a flight to California.

Doctor Detective: How Atlanta’s Dr. Clyde Partin unravels puzzling medical mysteries

Emory Clinic’s Special Diagnostic Services is a place for doctors to refer adult patients with perplexing symptoms—some who have gone years with undiagnosed diseases. Meet Dr. W. Clyde Partin Jr., the director of Emory Clinic’s Special Diagnostic Services, who seems like a kinder, gentler version of television's Dr. Gregory House.

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