After a heated (and intelligent) interview this morning with Kasim Reed about the city
Miller Grove High School, located in southeast DeKalb County, is the largest high school in the district. The population is 96 percent black and 76 percent low-income, and a majority of students receive free or reduced-price lunch. And for more than 10 years, one of Miller Grove’s bragging rights has been its culinary program, headed by chef Keio Gayden.
In the pits, 73-year-old Nancy Roland, poker visor down and a Marlboro Light dangling from her lips, pushes an ice scraper across the hood of the race car, sweeping off chunks of orange clay. Thirteen-year-old Will Roland steps out from behind the trailer, zipping up his black-and-red fire suit.
Stepping inside the wardrobe of professional stylist Shani James is like taking a curated tour through high fashion history. James first began collecting vintage clothing while traveling with her fiancé, singer CeeLo Green. Now, she has collected more than 1,200 vintage couture garments and accessories.
Amy Smilovic shows off her new spring collection—and her chic lifestyle—on the Golden Isles, plus gives us the details on her new store.
The Luminary's Eli Kirshtein talks about Top Chef, the Falcons, and what he learned from Kevin Rathbun.
Beth Johnson believes that every life has a story. Among the nails, pins, knives, and other tools scattered about her workbench lies the colorful, limp-necked carcass of a parrot. Johnson doesn’t know the bird’s name, but she knows that it was a beloved pet for 22 years, and the bereaved owner wants Johnson to give the animal in death what it rarely took in life—flight.