Sept. 2014: Buckhead is Back



Buckhead is Back
With the opening of Buckhead Atlanta, improvements to Lenox and Phipps, and the arrival of new restaurants, things are looking up in the city’s ritziest district.
Edited by Tony Rehagen

The World Awaits
Fall fashion has arrived with faraway patterns, rich textures, and full silhouettes.
By Mary Logan Bikoff; Photographs by Alex Martinez

For Pete’s Sake
Pete the Cat started as a happy accident and turned into a kids book phenomenon. Now that the men behind him are going separate ways, what’s next for Pete?
By Josh Green

2014 Groundbreakers
This year’s Groundbreaker Awards focus on education and learning. The eleven finalists contribute to making us collectively smarter.
Edited by Rebecca Burns

Editor’s Note Has it really only been eight years since the demise of the Buckhead Village bars?

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AGENDAFall Arts Preview
Music Outkast and the ASO
Museums & Galleries The High’s melodious exhibit and Atlanta Celebrates Photography
On Stage Bull Durham at the Alliance
Outdoor Arts Art on the Atlanta BeltLine and can’t-miss arts festivals
Dance Atlanta Ballet’s Wabi Sabi
Hollywood of the South The Hunger Games: Atlanta
Literary Events Must-see authors
Events worth your while

Lusca brings a bit of East Atlanta to Buckhead
Trends Tracking local burgers from barn to bun
Geering Local Asian greens
Discoveries Writer Osayi Endolyn traces the Nigerian food of her childhood
Home Plates Jiyeon Lee and Cody Taylor’s Korean wedding noodle soup

Hollywood of the South The Factory Girls incubator aims to grow a high-fashion industry
Hot Shop Henry & June’s high-end hip clothes—and coffee
Color Trend The classic combination of navy and white feels fresher than ever
Inside Look Janice Palmer’s home reflects her look—for right now
Getaway Chattanooga, Tennessee

Hollis Gillespie My girl’s singing again