• Skillfully Southern: Black Water Barrels

    A Complement to the Craft Beverage Craze written by CARL DANBURY  |  photography by LIZ ERIKSON GREG PIERCE WORKED FOR TWO OF THE LARGEST ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS IN THE U.S. FOR ABOUT 25 YEARS. Near the end of his sales career, he noticed an alarming …

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  • Just Add Water

    written & photographed by JENNIFER COLOSIMO WHEN I SAT DOWN FOR LUNCH AT THE PEACH AND THE PORKCHOP, I didn’t peruse the menu as I normally would. In fact, I wasn’t even letting my stomach do the searching. Instead, I focused only on which dish …

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  • Climbing the Trees, Not the Walls

    written by TIFFANY WILLARD | photos courtesy of PINEAPPLE PUBLIC RELATIONS; ZACH WILLARD  Naomi Ruth is 150 year olds and not showing any signs of slowing down. You can find her 18 miles south of Atlanta in Panola Mountain State Park — a worthwhile drive from …

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  • Jam Session

    written by BRENNA NEEDHAM | photo courtesy of MONSTER JAM THE SOUNDS OF REVVING ENGINES AND CRUSHING METAL consumed the Georgia Dome when Monster Jam rolled through Atlanta on March 4 and 5 for its 25th anniversary and final appearance before the Mercedez-Benz Stadium opens. Knowing …

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  • Sassy Salons

    written by HEATHER KW BROWN | photo courtesy of SHANNON IRISH PHOTOGRAPHY JOAN CRAWFORD FAMOUSLY SAID, “I think that the most important thing a woman can have — next to talent, of course — is her hairdresser.   ”We couldn’t agree more, which is all the more …

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