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Top 5 Patios to Soak Up Summer
By Lauren Vastine | June 10, 2016

1. Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar
From the food to the decor, chef Doug Turbush’s new restaurant takes guests on a coastal cruise. Entrees...

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Garden Variety
Phebe Wahl | Photography by Heidi Geldhauser | June 7, 2016

Since 2004, celebrated chef Linton Hopkins has been planting seeds of culinary genius all over Atlanta. First, he married fine French techniques with Southern soul food at Buckhead’s beloved Restaurant Eugene. Then the...

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5 Fab Southern Festivals
By Karina Antenucci | June 6, 2016

1. Spoleto Festival USA, through June 12 

Experience one of the world’s major performing arts festivals when it returns to Charleston, S.C., this...

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Mission Possible
By Elizabeth Harper | May 31, 2016

After nearly a decadelong hiatus from jewelry design, Atlantan Ashley Miller has relaunched and rebranded her jewelry collection, Mission Designs, to much fanfare. The revamped brand, which...

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Grand Informality
By Wendy Bowman | May 31, 2016

THE PROPERTY
When the owner of a local interior design firm set out to create the inside look for this traditional East Coast-style gem—a product of Atlanta custom homebuilder James Cotton of Builders II; his wife, Madelon;...

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Best in Show
By Mike Espindle | May 31, 2016

Each year the Swiss watch shows offer the top timepiece makers a global forum to present their fine handiwork, numbering literally hundreds of fascinating new models for watch aficionados. Here are a few of our favorites.

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Top-Down Off-Roader
By Nate Chapnick | May 31, 2016

Whether fording a stream or shuttling royalty to a charity gala, Range Rovers are known across the globe for both their exceptional off-road capabilities and luxurious interiors. Now, Range Rover hopes people will also start thinking drop-top fun when...

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Open Haus
Stephanie Smith | Photography by Heidi Geldhauser | May 31, 2016

Saunter in through the thick glass front door of the white-brick Buckhead cottage—there’s no need to ring the doorbell—and you’ll discover a soft coastal breeze has wafted into town.

“We’...

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First Act
By Wendy Bowman | May 31, 2016

Russian-born Gennadi Nedvigin’s intro to the world of dance came at age 5. Although he engaged in other activities during his youth—from gymnastics to chorus—he ended up following in his older brother’s dance footsteps, attending Moscow’s...

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The Inside Story
By Phebe Wahl | May 31, 2016

"This story really could take place anywhere, but I kept picturing this family in Buckhead, right near my own home,” says author Emily Giffin of her latest novel, First Comes Love ($28, Ballantine Books). The New York Times best...

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The Zen of Adventure
By Beth Weitzman | May 31, 2016

If location is everything, Amangiri has it all—and then some. The resort’s setting is simply astonishing. A center of Zen amid towering red-rock formations, glistening mesas and dusty...

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The Avant Guard
By Wendy Bowman, Patti Dickey and Phebe Wahl | May 27, 2016

FOOD FOR THOUGHT
As the founding force behind The Giving Kitchen and James Beard-nominated restaurant Staplehouse, Jen Hidinger is revolutionizing the restaurant industry one...

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