“As an MD, my objective is to take care of each patient individually and cater to their needs. With my MPH, however, I see the community as my patient.”
Every specialty has been affected by Covid-19. We talked with six of our Top Doctors about how the healthcare system should or will change as the world starts back up.
Andrew Feiler’s book, A Better Life for Their Children, remembers the improbable partnership that empowered a generation of Black students to become poets, civil rights leaders, and Congress members.
Starting September 21, hosts using Airbnb, Vrbo, and other short-term rental services in Atlanta must follow a new set of rules aimed at curbing problem listings.
How a tumultuous summer and a partner’s encouraging words inspired Renee Montgomery to become an Atlanta Dream owner
“If there’s one thing Renee does, she takes an idea and she brings it to life.” As vice president of the Dream, Montgomery is the first former WNBA player to own part of a franchise.
Root beer + vanilla? Just the beginning. You can assemble an ice cream float in a hundred different ways—with an icebox full of local products. Here are a few made-in-Atlanta combos to get you started.
I think about deliciousness a lot and have pursued it all my life. Yet, in pandemic times, the pure joy of eating something delicious—preferably a delicious surprise, rather than something I have had to orchestrate myself—has been absent.
Firefighters cook dinner for each other every night—but as a rookie in an Atlanta firehouse, I saw the limits of that intimacy
For generations, firefighters have cooked for one another nightly, building camaraderie over shared meals. But I also saw the limits of the connections forged over the firehouse table.
Interior designer Whitney Durham designed this banquette to tuck into a window’s existing angles.
Suffering from frayed cuticles, hangnails, or dry, chapped skin after more than a year of diligent pandemic hand hygiene? You’re not alone.
Fun local merch to sport yourself or give as a gift
With her skincare line, Ariane Turner wants people to “feel like the prettiest version of themselves”
In March, Ariane Turner won $100,000 from Aveeno and Essence magazine as a finalist in their Skin Health Startup Accelerator, a program created to develop a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable skincare industry. Her line, Look Good Live Well, focuses on loving the skin you’re in.