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Saving the Station
Eric Snider | August 20, 2014

For more than two decades, Mark Toro was a high-flying developer of suburban shopping centers, living in a plush home on a cul-de-sac in posh East Cobb with his wife and two daughters. The founder and managing partner of North American...

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Reel World
Paul Rubio | August 20, 2014

In the esoteric world of avid fishermen, the Bahamas’ Deep Water Cay is a legend. This island and its eponymous circa-1958 lodge has hosted a who’s who of famed fishermen from...

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Satisfaction, Guaranteed
Andrew C. Stone | August 20, 2014

Though he insists he’s old-fashioned when it comes to women, actor Blair Redford is really good at playing bad. The Atlanta-born star (known for stints on Switched at Birth, The Lying Game and ...

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Show Time!
Dedrick Thomas | August 20, 2014

Do you remember the first time we met and how we came to work together?
William Phoenix [Harvey’s personal stylist] introduced us. The first time I came to your studio, I spent about three or four hours looking at fabrics,...

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The Evolution of Superman
Aja Mangum | August 15, 2014

On a warm, sunny day in New York City, dozens of writers, editors and other media (mostly female) gather together, waiting to meet the latest face of Drakkar cologne. “I think he’s an athlete,” says one writer...

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House Rules
Austin Holt | Photo by Andrew Thomas Lee | May 28, 2014

The popularity of the city’s newest cocktail mecca, Kimball House, is evident as I wade my way into a well-heeled and enthusiastic crowd of foodies,...

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Monuments, Men
Josh Jackson | May 28, 2014

National Center for Civil & Human Rights
Design Mind The Freelon Group and HOK
Price Tag $100 million
Estimated Completion...

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Pitching In
Wendy Bowman | May 28, 2014

Atlanta Braves starting pitcher Kris Medlen was on track to repeat another playoff-making season this year when misfortune struck. He blew out his right arm during a spring-training game and underwent a season-ending Tommy John surgery to mend a torn elbow...

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The Doctor Is In
Kim Lute | May 27, 2014

Men’s Book: What tests and medical numbers should men regularly track?
Dr. Jameelah Gater: Knowing your total cholesterol—good and bad—and triglycerides are important, and...

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The End Zone
Wendy Bowman | May 27, 2014

Like a lot of guys, John Stephenson Jr. loves football. In particular? Those Bulldogs from The University of Georgia (where he earned business and law degrees). A talented high-school athlete, Stephenson had actually been recruited to play college baseball...

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