October 2011: Destination Dining

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Destination Dining
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A culinary tour of New Orleans, North Carolina鈥檚 Triangle, and Charleston 路 A preview of the Dunwoody daycare murder trial 路 An excerpt from Inside Coca-ColaA Montana dude ranch for Atlantans Social networking for preteens 路 Judges gone wild 路 Atlanta Opera鈥檚 take on Br鈥檈r Rabbit Moonshine Wild Heaven beers A beer fest roundup Shoes Sid and Ann Mashburn come online Edit by Lauren walks you through fall shoes A Roswell homeowner鈥檚 kitchen renovation goes DIY Arhaus Furniture opens in Phipps Plaza

The Town that Blew Away

Just past midnight on April 28, the tiny community of Vaughn was going to sleep. Forty-five seconds later, it was no longer there.
By Justin Heckert
FOOD & DINING
Review Decatur鈥檚 No. 246
Discovery Buckhead鈥檚 Pie Shop
>> TIPS: Learn how to make the best pie crusts
Recipe Virginia Willis鈥檚 jambalaya
>> EXTENDED VERSION of Susan Puckett鈥檚 Home Plates column
LIFE & STYLE

Style Sandpiper turns twenty-five
Home Miami Circle experiences a renewal
Real Estate
Rhododendron Hall is for sale
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GALLERY: Shots of the $14.9 million abode
Politics Herman Cain attracts a rabid fan base
History Georgian Terrace celebrates its centennial
>> GALLERY: Historic photos from the Terrace鈥檚 storied history

Music India Arie reinvents herself
Books
Thomas Mullen pens a thriller

COLUMNS
Hollis Gillespie Curb appeal
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