• Untethered

    Riding Clubs in Atlanta’s Horse CountryWritten and photographed by Kathleen Stevens Moore Ralph Waldo Emerson had a lot to say. The famous poet wrote extensively on topics from nature to self-reliance. But to multitudes of Atlanta equestrians, the words that might resonate most soundly are …

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  • Hidden Hometown Gems: Dunwoody & Sandy Springs

    Written by Giannina Smith Bedford Hammock’s Trading CompanyA newcomer on the Northside scene, Hammock’s Trading Company fills a hole for family-friendly dining in this part of Dunwoody. Opened in August 2012, the aqua building with green, coral and purple planters gives a lively first impression …

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  • A Chip and Putt Away

    Written by Carl Danbury “Rough” is the rarely mown grass lining the lush fairways and green  complexes on golf courses throughout the world. It’s also an apt description of the financial aspect of the golf business during the past five years or so. Weekdays once …

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  • Spring Break in Sandy Springs? Try Hammocks!

    Written by Carl Danbury When I look back upon the memorable spring breaks we spent with our kids during the past 15 years or so, like many of you, I fondly recall those weeks spent in Fort Lauderdale, Destin and Pensacola Beach. This year, however, …

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  • Blue Ridge, Ga.

    City Sophistication, Small-Town Charm Written by Bre HumphriesPhoto courtesy of Fannin County Chamber of Commerce Given the choice between a city and country setting, I typically opt for the latter, yet I certainly appreciate an urban environment for shopping, dining and the arts. It’s no …

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