March 2011: Island Escapes

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Island Escapes
These offshore retreats are short drives but worlds away from home. Come with us as we explore:
> Bald Head, N.C.
> Tybee Island
> Kiawah Island, S.C.
> Santa Rosa Island, Florida

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By Christine Van Dusen

Into the Fire
Flying drywall. Damn bureaucrats. Bloody fingers. We went behind the scenes as Ryan Turner, Todd Mussman, and Chris Hall transformed the failed glitz of Jöel Brasserie into the rustic kitsch of Local Three.
By Amanda Heckert

2011 Georgia College Guide

Our comprehensive annual guide to Georgia’s accredited four-year colleges and universities.

FOOD & DINING
Restaurant review Peter Chang
Dining
The city’s golden egg dishes

LIFE & STYLE
Fashion Sixties style comes out to play
Style insider
Rising designer Larika Page
> GALLERY: Larika Page’s spring 2011 collection
Head to toe Shahrzad Nadizadeh
Getaway Miami Beach
Neighborhood spotlight Northcrest
Handmade Alana Shepherd and the ACC craft show
> GALLERY: Alana Shepherd’s jacket collection
Social media A new book from the Broke Socialite
Essay
Rachael Maddux becomes the world’s tallest circus camper
> PHOTO GALLERY: SCAD illustration students interpret this essay
 
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Best bets Superhero exhibit and classical guitar
Arts The Fox Theatre Institute takes its know-how on the road
Music Richard Goodsell is sound guru to rock legends
Books Lang Whitaker’s In the Time of Bobby Cox
Party page Doggies on the Catwalk, Fine Art + Fashion

COLUMNS

Flash back March 1979, Ray Charles serenades the statehouse
> PHOTO GALLERY: An archive of fashion covers
Hollis Gillespie
A relationship of old begins anew
Editor’s note

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