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Culture Club
By The Editors | January 23, 2015

1. Cathedral Antiques Show
Visit The Cathedral of St. Philip to purchase porcelain, furniture, jewelry and more from some of the country’s most respected antiques...

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The X-Factor
By Stephanie Davis Smith | January 22, 2015

Teri Xerogeanes knows all the hot tot spots in town. With one child at St. Martin’s Episcopal School and the other at The Schenck School (and both playing NYO sports), she is an on-the-go full-time mom who still dedicates...

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Fine Vinings
Wendell Brock | Photography by Sara Hanna | January 21, 2015

Paces & Vine has only been open since late autumn, yet it already has the comfortable, lived-in look of a restaurant that’s served its neighborhood for years....

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Click
By Caroline Cox | January 21, 2015

When
6:07pm
11.11.14

Where
Atlanta Botanical Garden

There’s no shortage of seasonal traditions in Atlanta—whether they be time-honored or new classics. The Atlanta Botanical Garden...

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Pipe Dreams
By Stephanie Davis Smith | January 21, 2015

Avant-garde organist Cameron Carpenter has issued a coup d’etat on classical music. Shaking up the symphony status quo, Carpenter is the first Grammy-nominated organist and has made a name for himself by taking liberties...

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Rarefied Racer
By Nate Chapnick | January 21, 2015

There’s nothing more opulent or authentically luxurious than Bentley’s flagship sedan, the Mulsanne. This storied automobile set the world standard by which all other luxury vehicles are judged when its most modern iteration debuted back...

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Designers to Watch
Caroline Cox | January 16, 2015

1. Lance Jackson & David Ecton
As the duo behind Parker Kennedy Living, Jackson and Ecton bring a fresh perspective that helps them revamp spaces using bold...

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House Proud
By Travis Neighbor Ward | January 15, 2015

Driving by Restoration Hardware’s new showroom on Peachtree Road, it’s easy to mistake it for a hotel. Six stories tall, charcoal gray and adorned with an endless series of balconies and 12-foot-tall French doors (there are 220 doors...

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Food for Thought
By Phebe Wahl | January 12, 2015

“It was a hard punch to the gut,” remembers Jen Hidinger of her husband’s stage 4 gallbladder cancer diagnosis in December 2012. “The shock wave really drowned us for a little while,” she says. A professional chef who...

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To-Do List
Caroline Cox | January 9, 2015

1. Martina McBride
This award-winning country music star proves she can still rock—as her recently released album, Everlasting, topped the...

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Italian Renaissance
Ayesha Khan | January 8, 2015

At the base of the rolling volcanic Euganean Hills in Italy’s Veneto region lies a seemingly endless reserve of thermal mud (said to have been around since the time of the ancient Romans). Matured for months in a series of bubbling tanks,...

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The Best of the City
By The Editors | January 5, 2015

BEST OF THE CITY | CULTURE

En Pointe
Wendy Whelan is a contemporary ballerina known for her playful personality and strong physicality, and, in addition to being one of the...

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