June 2013: Hidden Lakes


Hidden Lakes
These lesser-known bodies of water offer cool refuge from summer’s heat, whether you’re looking for a second home or just a second wind.
> Lake Sinclair
> Lake Chatuge
> Clarks Hill Lake
> Carters Lake
> The hidden side of Lake Lanier

Minty-fresh fasions · Twenty years of Intimacy · stylish picnic baskets

Paradise Regained
When he died at age eighty-four, Howard Finster left behind 46,991 pieces of artwork and a garden containing two Bicycle Towers, one Giant’s Shoe, and a Highway to Heaven. But after decades of decay and neglect, Paradise Garden is finally being resurrected.
By Betsy Riley

Communal Commuting
What I’ve learned from riding MARTA.
By Rachael Maddux

Author Mark Pendergrast takes us inside the cult of the world’s best known brand. An excerpt from the expanded edition of For God, Country & Coca-Cola.

Editor’s Note Why don’t I take MARTA again?

Arts Vermeer’s Girl enjoys the High life
Second Acts Former R&B singer Montell Jordan gets in the spirit
Bargain Hunting Extra, extra! GovDeals.com auctions off surplus
InnovATL Battlefront biomedicine and other breakthroughs
Teresa Weaver’s Bookshelf Susan Rebecca White’s A Place at the Table

Read all these stories and more on our Daily Agenda blog

Restaurant Review KR SteakBar brings Kevin Rathbun back to Buckhead
Culinary Character Immigrants introduce Himalayan cuisine
Happenings The Atlanta Food & Wine Festival puts our best food forward
Recipe David Sweeney’s fried chicken livers and poached peaches on arugula
Local Foods Fresh Georgia (and South Carolina) peaches

Style Annie Griffin Collection’s Southern inspirations
Home Inside a showpiece of the Modern Atlanta Home Tour

Hollis Gillespie She ain’t heavy, she’s my sister