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My Brother’s Keeper
Identical twins William and Chris Cormier weathered lives of transience, financial woe, and run-ins with the law by relying on their preternatural bond. But when the body of a Florida journalist was found buried in their Winder backyard, that bond was seemingly broken.
By Tony Rehagen
Have You Dined at Ford’s Lately?
JCT Kitchen. The Optimist. No. 246. With his eyes now on Buckhead, Atlanta’s restaurateur of the moment gives up his recipe for success, explains why he’s not interested in “Top Chef,” and insists, “I am not building an empire.”
By Candice Dyer
Editor’s Note On the new Falcons stadium
Dance Atlanta Ballet takes on Dracula
Love Stats on the single life
Versus Chick-fil-A faces off against Krystal
Sports The Falcons get a new stadium? What’s in it for us?
Cookbooks Susan Puckett has a new one
Novels Dave Barry on Insane City
HistoryW.E.B. Du Bois finally gets his due
Restaurant Review Sushi Huku pulls off a rare feat
Culinary Character These four pairs of siblings show that family is the recipe for success
Quirky Cookbook Should you buy Richard Blais’s new cookbook?
Recipe Todd Richards’s spicy fried catfish with tails
Hollis Gillespie On memories