Tell Me a Story: My Life with Pat Conroy is Cassandra King Conroy’s new memoir about finding love in middle age with Pat Conroy, a literary giant of the South and an Atlanta native who, until then, had led a tumultuous life. Cassandra spoke with us from her home in Beaufort about the 21 years she spent getting to know and love Pat Conroy.
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When Doris and Shouky Shaheen donated 24 rare paintings to the High Museum of Art, they effectively tripled the institution’s collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist paintings, which already included works by Monet, Pissarro, and others. It is now named the Doris and Shouky Shaheen Gallery.
“I’ve fostered maybe 10 kids. Most of the time, the main objective is reunification, so you don’t want to get too attached. But that wasn’t the case with these [four] siblings.”
Nick Offerman at the Tabernacle and Christmas events at Stone Mountain and the Alliance Theatre.
Sevananda for party favors, Kookie House for custom-made cookies, and wine from Hop City—Beca Grimm, a Dope Girls zine cofounder, shops local to ring in 2020 with a Babysitter’s Club–themed bash at home.
Why use metal plates to cover up potholes? Can you report those steel slabs? Does Atlanta actually enforce violations? Allow us to explain.
Cold Beer, Kevin Gillespie’s new BeltLine-adjacent restaurant in the shadow of the Edgewood Avenue bridge, makes a powerful statement about the BeltLine and its maturation. It is a restaurant that deserves your support—as long as you’re willing to be patient while it pursues its aspirations.
Salaryman mixes Tokyo, Seoul, and Southern comfort in East Lake; Chef Zeb Stevenson brings vegetable-forward cooking to Redbird in Westside Provisions District; Junior’s gives Summerhill a quintessential neighborhood pizza place with a retro vibe.
The Indian restaurant that ended the era of boring was Zyka on Scott Boulevard. Now there are several new-school restaurants to try, including Curry Up Now, Chai Pani, and Botiwalla.
Welcome to College Park’s reborn restaurant row, where a trio of black-owned businesses has converted a once-quiet strip of Main Street into an Instagram-ready destination.
Sure, you can spend three days of your life properly roasting a Peking duck. Or you could just head to Hong Kong BBQ in Chamblee.
Former Atlanta Falcon Coy Wire still enjoys teamwork—only now he works with writers, producers, and editors for CNN, CNNI, and HLN.
Forget about reserving your sequined party pants for an evening cocktail soiree. Invoke that joie de vivre and bring metallics out to play during the day.
A velvet Ikat fabric that Kristin Kong discovered at the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul became the catalyst for her Atlanta dining room. “I’ve always loved green and knew I would build a room around it,” says the interior designer. “It’s now my favorite room of the house.”
Want to make the holidays less stressful? Get more sleep. During the season of house guests, travel, and after-hours snacking and drinking, sleep can suffer, says Anne D. Bartolucci, a sleep-disorder specialist at Atlanta Insomnia and Behavioral Health Services.
Former United Nations Ambassador Andrew Young called Charles Weltner a moderate “who woke up the conscience of the South” and put him in the same league as Ralph McGill and Martin Luther King Jr.