Saving lives—even off the clock. 7 times Atlanta doctors came to the rescue.
Sometimes in a medical emergency, the nearest hospital is miles away. That’s when you pray for physicians like these Atlanta top doctors to step up until the EMTs arrive. They tell us about seven times they unexpectedly had to come to the rescue.
An Atlanta doctor is now the first black woman president of the American Medical Association
After 172 years, a black woman is the leader of doctors in America. Patrice Harris talks about her history-making election and the American Medical Association role in tackling issues such as healthcare access and anti-abortion legislation.
This impressive oak sculpture weaves its way through the renovated Alliance Theatre
After more than 100 world premieres, the Alliance Theatre was overdue for its first major renovation. In June 2017, crews began the Midtown venue’s $32-million makeover, which opened this January.
Pinball, Playstations, pro wrestling: The Southern Fried Gaming Expo delivers cheat code nostalgia
In 2014, five friends from metro Atlanta who collected old arcade games decided to show off their cabinets to fellow vintage-gaming enthusiasts. Five years later, the Southern Fried Gaming Expo has become a three-day affair, drawing more than 3,000 attendees and hundreds of pinball-machine and arcade cabinets.
The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Forno Vero, Street Taco, and Taqueria Rojas
Forno Vero and Street Taco are the anchor restaurants at new food hall Marietta Square Market, while Taqueria Rojas brings tacos and tamales to EAV’s Global Grub Collective.
Review: At Lazy Betty, a modern tasting-menu restaurant finds a home in Candler Park
Lazy Betty specializes in the thrill of high-end sensory delights—at an equally high price tag.
Pét-nats aren’t your grandma’s sparkling wine (but great-great-grandma would approve)
Petillant-naturel (“pét-nats”) is a funky, hazy, sparkling natural wine with ancient roots, a modern-day buzz, and a wildly broad spectrum of flavor profiles. They’re creating interest in Atlanta with Joshua Fryer of 8Arm and Ink, Juan Cortes of Stems, Seeds and Everythang, and Sarah Pierre of 3 Parks Wine Shop.
Why I never want to shake a bartender’s hand
There are many reasons to go to Athens—one of the main ones is its amazing food and bar scene. Plus: in the course of navigating the notoriously touchy-feely people of the restaurant industry, there is only one move that makes me uncomfortable: the bartender handshake.
My hunt for a taste of home in Atlanta: the perfect bandeja paisa
What I craved most after leaving Miami was the perfect bandeja paisa—the national dish of my parents’ native Colombia. Eventually, I found Las Delicias de la Abuela on Buford Highway. Every bite of the bandeja paisa was like turning a page in a book that took me home.
Houseplants have become the latest must-have accessory
No green thumb? Master gardener? There are houseplants for everyone. From bold foliage patterns to macrame hangers, the design world is inspiring us to embrace our inner gardener. Every room needs a touch of something organic—even the most minimalist spaces.
My Style: Alisa Barry, owner and CEO of Bella Cucina
In the 25 years since Alisa Barry founded her award-winning artisan food company, Oprah has twice named Bella Cucina one of her Favorite Things. Barry remains owner and CEO, but her business card reads “creative director” because creating is what energizes her. She is at once entrepreneurial, expressive, and adventurous.
Laundry room, study room, art room—this farmhouse “family studio” does it all
More than just a room for the washer and dryer, this multipurpose area was dubbed “the family studio” by homeowner Alea Moore, her husband, and four children.
Trade the drudgery of the gym for these 3 adrenaline-fueled day trips
Is your workout feeling too much like “work”? Trade the drudgery of the gym for one of these adrenaline-fueled day trips.
Before battling ebola, the CDC began in downtown Atlanta with one focus: malaria
The Communicable Disease Center, first located on Peachtree Street in downtown, initially focused on eradicating malaria. But Dr. Joseph Mountin pushed to expand its mission to other diseases. With financial support from Coca-Cola tycoon and philanthropist Robert Woodruff, the CDC did exactly that.