• Amy Wallace

    written by JENNIFER COLOSIMO | photo by KELLE MAC PHOTOGRAPHY One of the first stories Amy Wallace told me when I pulled up a folding chair to the dusty table outside her north Cumming barn was about a young boy who couldn’t communicate. It wasn’t that …

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  • The Little Bookstore That Could

    How Cat Blanco put more heart into Marietta’s book-loving community written by Echo Montgomery Garrett It’s a Thursday night, and Cat Blanco’s Book Exchange is busy with customers eager to meet local self-published authors lucky enough to capture the popular bookseller’s attention. “I love introducing …

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  • A Hoppy Hobby: Tales of a Home Brewer

    written by Cliff Lummus The practice of brewing beverages is as old as cereal agriculture itself. In fact, some historians believe humans were brewing beer before they were baking bread. Flash forward 12,000 years or so, and here in the Atlanta area, the home brewing of …

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  • A House Divided

    written by BRE HUMPHRIES | illustration by ROBIN HARRISON With 122 years of “clean, old-fashioned hate” behind it, the University of Georgia and Georgia Tech football rivalry runs deep. Anxious for action-packed afternoons where Hairy Dawgs and Ramblin’ Wrecks reappear, we reached out to head coaches Mark Richt …

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  • Fermenting a Fresh Craze

    Melanie Wade on brewing Atlanta’s first and only kombucha written by Heather KW Brown | photos courtesy of Alan Brooks Photography; Golda Press Forget the hooch. It’s all about the “booch” now. I say that, in part, because my early attempts to name the beverage were botched …

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