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Down the Rabbit Hole
By Kate Abney | April 5, 2016

Whether it’s home decorating or dressing up, Brittany Hayes is not shy about showing off. A firm believer in the proverbial pop of color and the power of pattern to make or break a space, she’s a true original, a trendsetter, even an...

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2016 Best of Atlanta
Produced by Allison Mitchell | March 31, 2016

GOOD EATS

Best Spot for Dining on a Diet: True Food Kitchen
Sustainably sourced all-natural ingredients make this spot our go-to for guilt-free dining. Inside scoop: A major menu...

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California Dreaming
By Kate Abney | March 31, 2016

Low-country locals and tourists have long known about chic little boutique Villa Savannah, which owners Dean Caldarelli (an architect who got his start on hip Orange County, Calif., hotels) and Dimitri Chami (a realtor) fill with...

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All About Arielle
By Allison Mitchell | March 31, 2016

You likely know actress and Florida native Arielle Kebbel from her memorable big-screen roles in John Tucker Must Die and Think Like a Man and small...

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Dancing Queen
By Ashlyn Carter | March 31, 2016

Take your Saturday night fever to the gym with a fitness routine that encourages you to feel hot, hot, hot... like booty-popping, drop-it-down-low hot. You with us? Enter Vixen Workout, a calorie-busting, fat-torching phenomenon that has...

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Fantasy Man
By Ray Rogers | March 30, 2016

On the big screen, Chris Hemsworth is best known as the mega-chiseled, hammer-wielding Norse god Thor from The Avengers movie series. But back home on his farm in Australia, the tall, blond and handsome movie star is just a mere mortal—a protective...

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Glam Patrol
By Amelia Pavlik | March 29, 2016

Patrick Pickens is not your average 24-year-old. After graduating from the University of North Georgia with degrees in chemistry and biology, the Midtown resident set his sights on the...

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5 Food Network-Approved Dishes to Try Now
By Allison Mitchell | March 28, 2016

1. Seafood lovers will take delight in this choice appetizer from JCT. Kitchen & Bar. The angry mussels,...

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5 Easter Brunch Specials
By Allison Mitchell | March 17, 2016

1. Dig in to duck Benedict or dill and brown sugar-cured salmon while sipping on a Bloody Mary or a signature peach Bellini at Buckhead’s ...

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5 Places to Celebrate March Madness
By Ashton Pike | March 9, 2016

1. STATS is the ultimate hot spot for March Madness maniacs, thanks to more than 70 high-def TVs, tableside beer taps, 128-ounce (!)...

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The Color of Cool
By Kate Abney | March 7, 2016

The country’s first, biggest and most important home furnishings market of the year took place right here in ATL (Jan. 12 to 19), and besides rocking the retail circuit with all the pretty new things we’ll soon see in stores, AmericasMart was...

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Beyond the Beach
By Becca Hensley | March 7, 2016

Put aside your visions of sugary beaches: Mexico City isn’t a flashy resort—it’s a life force. This melting pot of cultures combines European heritage and indigenous roots to parlay one of the world’s most soulful urban spheres....

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