• Guy’s Time: Socializing in Today’s Social Networks

    written by Carl Danbury, Jr.  TWO SCORE AND SEVEN stone ago, our forebearers brought forth an idea of hosting a gathering, where the svelte and the corpulent, the arrogant and the humble, the efficacious and the incapable would gather for imbibing, nibbling and prevarication during a four-hour sojourn down a nostalgic, yet …

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  • The Art of The Sporting Life

    Have a blast at Barnley Resort’s SpringBank Sporting Club and Wynfield Plantation in Albany, Ga., the quail hunting capital of the country. While in Albany, we also sat down with renowned wildlife artist David Lanier for a different perspective on sporting lifestyle. Going LiveA Gal’s First …

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  • Hanger Management

    A Personalized Look for You and Your Closet written by Heather KW Brown Volunteering myself for the experience of having my own personal stylist was, I imagine, what other people might feel when they sign up for their very first race — an initial thrill that quickly …

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  • Rocky Mountain Memories

    A Visit to Vista Verde Ranch written by STEVE TRENTA | photography courtesy of VISTA VERDE GUEST RANCH Upon landing in Colorado, my wife and I first stopped to purchase a state mug from the “You are Here” collection at Starbucks. Determined to have a …

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  • Mixing Old Style in the New South

    Janie Hirsch Talks Timeless Design Trends written by JENNIFER COLOSIMO | photography courtesy of J. HIRSCH INTERIORS When I moved into my house, I certainly had a process for making it feel like home. It was finally my chance to decorate floor-to-ceiling the way I wanted to, …

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