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Summer Escapes
By The Editors | May 28, 2015

Aspen

PEAK EXPERIENCES
When the snow melts and temperatures rise, summer in this idyllic mountain town heats up with big city-caliber cultural events and unlimited outdoor recreation.

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Summer in the City
By Stephanie Smith | May 27, 2015

#1
DINO-MITE 

Lost Oasis: Night of Illusions, June 13
An...

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Get Your Fix
By Caroline Cox | May 20, 2015

1. Corso Coffee
This Italian-style coffee bar packs in patrons in search of a caffeine buzz amid perusing the myriad Buckhead Atlanta shops. It’s no...

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Musts for May
By Caroline Cox | May 14, 2015

1. Atlanta Jazz Festival
As one of the largest free jazz festivals in the country, this annual music extravaganza celebrates the music, culture and art of jazz during Memorial Day...

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Summer-Ready Skin
By Amelia Pavlik | May 8, 2015

1. Bronzing
Get glowing at Raw Bronzing Studio’s new location between Peachtree City and Newnan (of course, there’s still the Midtown option for those who...

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Supper Club
By Laura Janelle Downey | May 8, 2015

The Atlanta Food & Wine Festival prides itself on saturating its festivalgoers in all things Southern. Celebrating the fest’s fifth anniversary at the end of the month (May 28 to...

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Click
By Caroline Cox | May 8, 2015

When
1:09pm
3.13.15

Where
Cobb Galleria Centre

Talent was in full bloom as the doors opened on the Southeast’s largest indoor craft show, American Craft Council Atlanta, a three-day event held at...

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The Cat's Meow
By Nate Chapnick | May 8, 2015

Jaguars are known for their sneak attacks—silently stalking their prey until the moment they strike without warning. Unlike the jungle cat, this feral beauty makes no attempt to fly under the radar. An explosive exhaust note, large 20-inch...

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La Dolce Vita
Kate Abney | Photography by Heidi Geldhauser | May 7, 2015

Atlanta-metro adventurers now have an indulgent new Italian destination in Alpharetta’s elite community of Avalon. Positioned right next to the upscale Oak Steakhouse—a product of the same Charleston-based The...

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Mum's the Word
By Stephanie Smith | May 6, 2015

Play for Laughs
An elephant with glasses, pensive piggie and other quirky characters are on display at the High Museum of Art’s new exhibition of children’s...

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Blazing Her Trail
By Caroline Cox | May 6, 2015

For most of her life, Honeycomb Studio owner Courtney Hamill didn’t consider herself an artist. Admittedly ungifted in the ways of painting and drawing, it wasn’t until she...

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Culture Vulture
By Phebe Wahl | May 5, 2015

“I remember seeing a study on film about how chimpanzees would sit and stare at a photo of the dominant alpha male in their group,” reveals Atlanta-born artist Mark Boomershine. “That...

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