No rescue is the same when it comes to bees: They can be anywhere you can imagine, from 30 feet up in a tree to the tarmac of the airport. I think it’s amazing that people call me to rescue bees in the first place. Even though they are terrified, people don’t want to hurt the bees because they know they are good for the environment.
The Atlanta Symphony’s new music director will navigate postlockdown programming and forge new connections—from Switzerland
New music director Nathalie Stutzmann will navigate postlockdown programming and forge new connections with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s musicians, audience, and community—from Switzerland
Treasures of the Peruvian coast in Poncey-Highland, Southern-Asian fusion on the BeltLine, and coastal Mexican in Summerhill
If there were such a measure as PPM—that is, pleasure per minute—surely Nhan Le and Skip Engelbrecht’s new Poncey-Highland restaurant would outrank many of its highly rated peers.
Today, the orchard is home to 140 heirloom varieties, grown from wood cuttings snipped from trees found in niche orchards, rural backyards, and other sources across the Southeast—two trees of each, or “a Noah’s Ark of Southern apples,” as both Fuder and Mihm describe it. The work has yielded not just a cache of apple trees but also of oral histories from across the state.
Launched in June 2022, Violette is a 15-piece sun-protective collection. The name is a riff on ultraviolet light. It’s designed in Atlanta by Ansley Collins and manufactured in New York City.
At this Lake Martin vacation home, a bunk room and bath accommodate extra guests. “In lake houses, a camp-style bath allows multiple people to use the bathroom at the same time,” says Atlanta architect Bryan Jones of Jones Pierce Studios.