Nov. 2013: The Walking Dead


ATL Star
Your complete guide to life in Hollywood South, including:
> The star stalker’s guide
> Tales of a stunt family
> The perks of being an extra

True Bromance
A Q&A with Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus, stars of The Walking Dead.
By Steve Fennessy

Groundbreakers 2013: Building a Healthier Atlanta
An exoskeleton that helps the paralyzed to walk. A coalition to clean up a blighted watershed. A program that teaches children about gardening and nutrition. These ten 2013 Atlanta Magazine Groundbreakers are working to improve the city’s health.

Farewell to Santini
In an excerpt from his new memoir, The Death of Santini, Pat Conroy delves into the truth about his famously fictionalized father.
> PLUS: Teresa Weaver’s interview with Conroy

2013 School Guide
Atlanta’s most authoritative directory, featuring:
A guide to fifty-three independent schools
> A look at Atlanta’s growing flock of archdiocesan schools
> What International Baccalaureate programs provide today’s students
> How to find the perfect fit—and pay for it

Editor’s Note Lincoln and Reedus turned out to be exactly the kind of guys you want celebrities to be

The Sports Pages Macedonian Pero Antić will fit right in on the Hawks’ court
Anniversaries Marking 100 years of the Wren’s Nest museum
Feel-Good Story An Atlanta initiative is getting homeless vets off the street
Financial Analysis How Tech and UGA’s football dollars stack up
Teresa Weaver’s Bookshelf
Joshilyn Jackson’s Someone Else’s Love Story
Calendar What to Do This Month

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

Trend Watch What’s brewing at Atlanta’s coffeehouses
Culinary Character La Calavera bakes up Mexican treats
Updated Reviews Revisiting Woodfire Grill and Abattoir
Drink Up Thanksgiving libations
In Season Mustard greens
Home Plates Tony Morrow’s sweet potato souffle

Locally Made
Cards and gift-wrap
Hot Shop Tweeds on the Westside
Nostalgia A salute to Rich’s
Getaway Dallas–Fort Worth
Inside Look Melanie Turner’s updated take on the white kitchen

Hollis Gillespie My hidden history