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If your dream home merges timeless design with lots of amenities, then take a look at this Georgian Revival in East Cobb. The new build, designed by Jerry Spangler of TSW Architecture and constructed by Cablik Enterprises, adheres to the principles of classical architectural style. What's more, it's loaded with modern conveniences.
Ed Sheeran plays in Duluth, a dog-friendly brewery event, and Grant Park's annual festival.
A yoga festival, a prohibition-era cocktail party, and the BB&T Atlanta Open closes with a celebration.
One of Britt Bass Turner's creative passions is transforming the home she recently bought with her husband, Render. Previous owners had already knocked down walls and modernized the ranch house, allowing Britt and Ren to concentrate on the fun part.
Mali Hu, the founder of Ichiban, the One Sushi +, and Katana, has opened a lot of restaurants in her life. Her next venture, Monkey 68, is a compilation of all of them, she...
Simone du Boise and Denise Donahue developed a model called the EcoCraft Hybrid Home, which aims for “Net Zero Energy”—a building that consumes no more energy than it produces. In a Cadmus prototype, solar panels heat 80 percent of the household’s hot water and fuel at least 50 percent of required electricity (new technology may soon capture even more energy).
Get the early word on three new Atlanta restaurants: Tea House Formosa, C&S Chowder House, and Nexto
According to Boo (yes, really) Newell, a psychic medium and guide at Decatur Ghost Tour, cemeteries aren’t the only haunted places in Atlanta. “Ghosts will be anywhere there was human tragedy, emotional events, or something went awry.” Here’s where to find them.
Atlanta sculptor Chris Condon's whimsical library installation is up for a national grant—determined by popular vote!
Roswell native and interior designer Anna Braund returned to her hometown after graduating from the University of Georgia, where she’d met her husband, Adam, a psychotherapist who’d grown up in Marietta. “We really wanted to put down roots in a place where we’ve experienced such a great sense of community,” says Anna, adding, “We like that the pace is a little slower here.”