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Slurp and Turf
Wendell Brock | Photography by Heidi Geldhauser | November 26, 2014

When you think about it, designing a menu around pristine chilled seafood and succulent smoked meats is a genius concept—and a delicious way to ease into a night of robust eating....

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The Other Matt Ryan
Andrew C. Stone | November 26, 2014

A traditional “superhero” may embody fine human qualities—high moral fiber, bravery and a devotion to the oppressed—but today’s prime time calls for something saucier. Enter NBC’s Constantine...

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Creative Medicine
Austin Holt | November 26, 2014

For every participant in every trade, there’s a mentor: a person who takes time to cultivate one’s idealism and talent, then transform it into something tangible.
Settled in his Marietta estate,...

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Future Man
Dennis Malcolm Byron | November 25, 2014

At 23, Czech Republic-born millionaire Pavel Stuchlik’s CV includes globe-trotting professional cyclist, real estate investor and franchiser. And although currently enjoying the tremendous growth of one of his current ventures—...

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Sharp Suiter
Alison Abbey | August 20, 2014

Dedrick Thomas sits inside his Buckhead studio, Hideoki Bespoke. He is surrounded by plush leather chairs, rich wood furnishings and impeccably tailored men’s clothing....

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Wine Tuned
Isaiah Freeman-Schub | August 20, 2014

NEAT AS A PINOT
Clockwise from left: Domaine Jacques Prieur Corton-Bressandes Grand Cru (2012), $290, at frederickwildman.com; Warwick derby shoes, $1,695, by John Lobb...

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Play Ball!
Alison Abbey | August 20, 2014

Twenty-five years after the film lit up the screen and further catapulted its stars into the Hollywood stratosphere, Bull Durham takes the stage with a musical adaptation that will have fans and newcomers alike on the edge of their bleachers. The...

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Rum Runners
Katie Kelly Bell | Photo by Orlanda Sierra/AFP | August 20, 2014

Brothers Juan Carlos and Luis Varela graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with industrial engineering degrees back in 1985 and 1981, respectively, so it’s a bit remarkable to find one running the...

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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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