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Home For Dinner: Lois Reitzes

Home for Dinner: Lois Reitzes of WABE’s City Lights

This may come as a surprise, but Lois Reitzes, 64, does not play music during dinner. The WABE’s City Lights host, who has been with the station for 38 years, gets too distracted. So tonight, it’s quiet in her cozy Morningside home, save for the voices of her husband, Don, a sociology professor at Georgia State University, and her son, Michael, a campaign strategist.
India

What I missed most when I moved from India to Atlanta? The steady stream of visitors to my home.

Cocooned in my Atlanta house, I felt safe, but not at home. It was just too quiet. I missed the mayhem. I missed, too, the unplanned, spontaneous comings and goings of neighbors. Everything in America seemed efficiently structured and excessively orchestrated, from children’s playdates to a cable technician’s visit.
Jai Ho

Fresh on the Scene: Hopstix, Jai Ho, Muss & Turner’s, One Rooster Mongolian Bar

A pan-Asian restaurant that brews a citrusy pale ale, a fresh Indian kitchen, the new Muss & Turners, and a Chipotle–meets–stir-fry fast-casual Mongolian restaurant
Alon Balshan

Alon’s Bakery turns 25

When Alon Balshan left Israel, he was 25 years old and his bank account—which was his pocket—contained 500 American dollars. He made his way to Atlanta and, in 1992, opened his bakery in Morningside. We talked to Balshan about his culinary roots and his time in the South.
Whiskey Bird

Yakitori restaurant Whiskey Bird opens next week

Fusion is old news. Instead, restaurateurs like Chad Crete (formerly of the Iberian Pig) and Anthony Vipond are focused on “new American fare with Asian accents.”

Varuni Napoli to open in Krog Street Market this winter

Pizzaiolo Luca Varuni is opening a second location of his acclaimed Morningside pizza spot in Krog Street Market. Located in the back corner of the market near Ticonderoga Club, Varuni Napoli Krog will offer a menu similar to the original, but with smaller, individual-sized pies.
Beth Kooby home

Ranch Redux: An artsy designer embraces her Morningside split-level’s vintage vibe

For years the Morningside split-level had sat empty, but its dated look didn’t scare Beth Kooby. In fact, she had been “stalking” it for a while. “I’m more than happy to buy somebody’s dump,” says the interior designer. “I’m a serial remodeler.”
Where to live now

How much Atlanta’s median home values have increased

Since metro Atlanta’s recovery began in earnest in 2012, prices are up—in some places way up. Here, how the median home value has changed from December 2011 to December 2015.
684 East Pelham Road

House Envy: Tudor beauty enjoys best of past and present

This Morningside Tudor was carefully renovated by Norman Askins to include modern luxuries.

Outdoor Living: Morningside Oasis

For five years, at the end of every long cycling trip, Ken McDaniel would turn to his wife Connie and ask, “Wouldn’t it be great to jump in a pool right now?” Connie didn’t take his suggestion very seriously, but one day, after a particularly grueling ride, she finally had to agree.

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