Raw Denim

Behold, the new location of Raw Denim Boutique at 12th and Midtown, formerly located at East Andrews Entertainment District in Buckhead. Read More »

The Fighter

Cancer survivor Lisa Vingerling puts her best heel forward. Read More »

Beating Breast Cancer

The latest advancements putting the A in A-Town!   Read More »

Get Inked

The resto’s rich mussels are served in an addictive broth that’s good enough to drink!

Get Inked

by Kate Abney | Chris Watkins of Ordinary Photography and Chris Little Photography | Jezebel magazine | September 27, 2013

Midtowners who don’t want to drive as far as Decatur—and Decaturites who’d rather not venture all the way in-town—finally have common ground with Ink & Elm, Druid Hills’ new four-in-one resto for fine dining, drinking, lounging and private event-ing (fireplace and all). It’s not a college bar by any means, but it is plunked right down in Emory Village, where the built-in patronage ranges from perky undergrads to choosy college professors.

Rare Scion

Diver scallops

Rare Scion

by Mark Stuertz | Photography by Jill Broussard | Modern Luxury Dallas magazine | September 26, 2013

By seeking singularity in a common culinary category, steak and seafood—in this case sushi—Rare is, appropriately, a rarity for the classification, with dark woods and full-bodied cabernet sauvignon (think Jordan, Cakebread, Silver Oak), but also ’60s nostalgia by way of a Bond martini, overstuffed sofas and a surplus of swank. The ethos is clear: drink well, eat well and vibe well, then lounge it all off.

High Goal

Celebrated horseman Tom Goodspeed has nationals in line for SMU polo. Read More »

Click!

Dallas-based freelance photographer Cooper Neill had been hired by Getty Images to shoot action shots of arch rivals SMU and Texas Tech during one of SMU’s biggest home games of the year. Read More »

Flight of Fancy

The artisanal cocktails like the Pimms Cup entice with sophisticated twists

Flight of Fancy

by Jamie Gwen | Photography by Jessica Sample | Riviera Orange County magazine | September 26, 2013

Good wine needs time to mellow and settle in. The same applies to restaurants. So I’ll be the first to note that I visited Lark Creek Newport Beach at Fashion Island during its settling-in phase. It had just opened and was experiencing some growing pains. But that hasn’t dulled the excitement of locals, who are happy to have a new kid on the block. The vibe is part neighborhood eatery and part hot spot. A subtle, enticing aroma of almond wood wafts from the kitchen and permeates the dining room. And the outdoor seating is stellar.

Click!

Jason Leung likes taking photographs that tell a story. Read More »

Lights, Camera, Community Action!

Real estate executive Dale Camera is on the cusp of closing his biggest deal of the year—a life-changing event that will broker better futures for Orange County youth. Read More »

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