• Hidden Hometown Gems: Marietta

    Written by Heather KW Brown For more photos of these Gems, click here. Seed Kitchen & Bar As far as neighborhood restaurants go, Seed Kitchen & Bar, though not necessarily hidden, certainly qualifies as a gem. Anchoring the end of a row of shops in …

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  • Holiday Dishes Dec 2017

    Holiday Dishes and Traditions

    December in the South means the same thing for a lot of people, but we think the biggest reason to celebrate is the myriad of colorful traditions, family feasts and holidays that make our community a melting pot to moon over.

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  • 200 Layers Dec 2017

    200 Layers to Love

    The year in print has let us celebrate out loud all of the things we love about our Northside neighborhoods. As we reach the 200th reason why we love the Northside, we reflect on a few of our favorites.

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  • Red Land Cotton Dec 2017

    Red Land Cotton

    Mark Yeager has been growing cotton since 1983 in Moulton, Ala., and now he’s making sheets, pillowcases and towels from his own cotton. These Skillfully Southern, made-in-the-USA products are comforting in more ways than one.

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  • Marietta Black Heritage Walking Tour

    Written by Emily Anne Jackson The City of Marietta in collaboration with the Marietta Visitors Bureau and a group of black community leaders has mapped out a new tour entitled “Marietta’s Black Heritage Walking Tour: Walk Together Children.” The brochure-guided tour winds its way past …

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