• Cane Creek Farm

    2016 THRILL LIST: FEBRUARY DIG DEEP. written by and photo courtesy of COLLEEN ANN MCNALLY Regular encounters with the city’s top tables and cutting-edge chefs have planted the seed for a deeper respect for slow food, an appreciation for Georgia’s economical roots in agriculture and the …

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  • Guy’s Time: The Importance of Being Ernest

    written by CARL DANBURY, JR. | illustration by ROBIN HARRISON “In matters of grave importance, style, not sincerity, is the vital thing.” – Oscar Wilde Truly, what’s in a name? Around the turn of the 20th century, the name Ernest was in the top 30 …

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  • Atlanta Tech Village

    2016 THRILL LIST: JANUARY BRIGHTEN UP. written by COLLEEN ANN MCNALLY | photo courtesy of ATLANTA TECH VILLAGE At the busy corner of Buckhead’s Lenox and Piedmont Roads is what can feel like the longest red light in the city. On the bright side, there’s the …

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  • Memos from Madrid

    SURVEYING SPAIN’S CAPITAL CITY written by PEGGY SIJSWERDA | photos courtesy of HAMMAM AL ANDALUS; PEGGY SIJSWERDA; CAFÉ CENTRAL; WIKIMEDIA COMMONS Madrid is an easy city to love. It’s clean, the people are friendly and the climate is mild and sunny. Best of all, this world capital doesn’t feel crowded. …

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  • Their House on a Sugar Hill

    HUSBAND AND WIFE SHARE THEIR SWEET REMODELED HOME written by LINLEY MOBLEY | photos courtesy of ALAN BROOKS; JODI BOND “This was our two-year house,” Tim Bond said with a laugh as I sat with him and his wife, Jodi, in their living room. The Bonds bought a two-story …

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