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A tranquil bar, Excuse My French, pops up at Citizen Supply in Ponce City Market
While founder Aaron Mattison is also the co-founder of neighboring Bar Vegan, which defines itself “bar theater,” Excuse My French aims to be the opposite concept, providing a tranquil respite with a minimalist vibe.
11 stylish Atlanta gifts for 2020
We scoured local shops for totes fit for outdoor hangs, plush home goods (including a corkscrew), and a bit of bling to brighten the holidays.
Give your skin—and your beauty cabinet—a makeover with these ecofriendly products
Whether you’re looking to avoid chemicals or cut down on waste, these beauty companies have you covered.
A pop-up specializing in Korean fried chicken stops by Ponce City Market
It was her mother's Korean fried chicken recipe, and a "growing obsession to show everyone just how out-of-this-world it is,” that inspired marketing consultant Stephanie Watson to become a chef.
Atlanta Ballet dancer Jessica He on how to keep your body—and mind—fit
Atlanta Ballet dancer Jessica He took a star turn in last year’s world premiere of Craig Davidson’s Remembrance/Hereafter. He will reprise her leading role in the second movement of the performance with the Atlanta Ballet at City Springs, April 12–13.
Artisan Emporium: Citizen Supply
This one-stop shop for handcrafted wares connects local shoppers with indie artisans from around the world.
Goat Farm-based Loblolly creates a mattress for millennials
Loblolly produces a memory foam–type product full of “sleepy goodness.” It arrives in a compact cardboard box, which you slice open with a letter opener–like tool.
Local Find: A Sensible Habit’s colorful, quirky ceramics
Sketches of starbursts, stripes, and even cacti cover Brandy Schuman’s hand-cast ceramic plates, jewelry dishes, and spoons. Her colorful line, A Sensible Habit, began with quirky stationery and printed textiles, but Schuman recently expanded to tableware and jewelry.
Father’s Day Gift Guide: 8 Atlanta gifts for Dad
This Sunday is Father’s Day, and plenty of Atlanta makers and shop owners offer slick duds for just about any Dad. Just think—shopping local might even be faster than Amazon Prime.
Local Find: Khristian A. Howell’s colorful paper goods
Khristian A. Howell isn’t shy about pushing the envelope with her trendsetting cards, gift wrap, and other paper products. She licenses her colorful, graphic motifs for everything from note cards to pillows.
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