February 2014: Cool Jobs

Cool Jobs
Atlanta’s startup culture is heating up, and local companies are—finally!—hiring again.
> Startup sprawl

> Map of entrepreneurial hot spots
> Incubators at corporate giants
> Reboot your career

There are 220,000 alligators in Georgia. Make that 219,999.
By Tony Rehagen
Mercy for Some
In 1928, two Oglethorpe students went on a killing spree. In an exclusive excerpt from his book Without Mercy: The Stunning True Story of Race, Crime, and Corruption in the Deep South, David Beasley explores the perverted nature of Georgia justice.
> PLUS Steve Fennessy’s interview with Beasley

Spolight on the arts Painter Brendan O’Connell sees wonder in Walmart
Georgia music A tribute to Ray Charles
Going solo Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles releases a new album
Remants of things past BeltLine’s Iron Column isn’t the only piece of recycled Atlanta history
Pop culture Arch rivalry between Katniss, Daryl, and Chipper Jones
ATL etiquette Lessons from Love & Hip Hop Atlanta
Feel-good story of the month Antique looms change lives
Teresa Weaver’s bookshelf New Johnny Mercer biography
Calendar Worth your while this month

Read all these stories and more in our News & Opinion section

Review Sobban, sibling to Heirloom Market BBQ, serves modern fusion in retro digs
Trend watch Hot restaurants crack open the world of raw oysters
Winter comforts Asian soups are the ideal one-bowl meals
Geering Local Mo’ Mint & Thyme
Home Plates Kathryn King’s coconut custard
PLUS A bonus recipe for King’s brazil nut shortbread cookies

My Style
Tibi owner Amy Smilovic 
Hot shop
Flatz shoe boutique
Valentine’s Day Say it with flowers
Health Ballet offers a workout for adults
Test Drive Oxygen facials combat winter roughness
Home Kristin Kong’s stylish master bedroom
Getaway High Point & Hickory, North Carolina
Neighborhood Cascade

Hollis Gillespie Remembering Ria Pell