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Britt Bass Turner Studio + Shop

Find fanciful, abstract art at Britt Bass Turner Studio + Shop

Browse gifts like phone cases, coasters, pillows, and handpainted glass ornaments, while the artist works beside the large storefront windows.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Spooky Sightseeing: Roswell Ghost Tour

In this two-and-a-half-hour walking tour, paranormal investigators lead you through Historic Roswell’s most haunted locales after dark.
Goulding 009_Covered Front Porch

House Envy: Historic Roswell home anchors new community off Canton Street

FrontDoor Communities restores 19th-century home to serve as heart of new development just off Roswell's busy Canton Street.

Table & Main’s Ryan Pernice: Treating OTP like a foreign land is “behind the times”

Osteria Mattone and Table & Main owner Ryan Pernice discusses photography, Roswell, and Taylor Swift.

Meet the Other Mayors: Jere Wood, Roswell

Sixty-six-year-old Jere Wood was raised in Roswell, and he’s damn proud of what it’s become: a mix of sophistication, hi-y’all gentility, and riverfront recreation. In 1997, Wood defeated a 31-year incumbent to take the part-time position, which pays $40,000.

HGTV’s “Property Virgins” host Egypt Sherrod picks 3 great sidewalk neighborhoods in Atlanta

Atlanta has often been dubbed a car-dependent city. However, our region ranks high for future walkability, indicating a demand for greater density both intown and in the suburbs.

Tutto Kitchen & Bar opens in Roswell November 21

The team behind Peachtree Diner and the Diner at North Point is opening a new Italian-American restaurant in historic Roswell November 21. Called Tutto Kitchen & Bar, it will be led by Tony Itzie, an Italian American with experience at Horseradish Grill, Sage Woodfire Tavern, and Van Gogh’s (now Bistro VG).

Turf Wars: Milton vs. Roswell

Even as the accents fade and the roots thin, the high school gridiron remains the gathering spot of choice for successive generations. Those giant rectangles with the homey stands just might be the last critical mass repositories of our next-door neighbors’ win-lose histories, dreams, and failures.

Shipped Away

On any given workday, the stretch of Georgia 9 that cuts north-south through Roswell is a four-lane wall of cars. Almost as old as the city itself, the thoroughfare was once little more than a dirt wagon path called the Atlanta Road, connecting this mill town to the burgeoning railroad hub some twenty miles south.

Osteria Mattone

Announcing the next big culinary trend: Southern chefs embracing the cuisines of Italy. Yes! It’s officially a thing. And it isn’t such a wacky stretch, really. The two cultures share deep agrarian roots, and their most rewarding foods stem from humble origins and a mutual love of pork and vegetables.

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