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Itinerary Change
Candice Dyer | April 17, 2014

Georgia Schley Ritchie likes a line crafted by Saint Augustine: “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”

Determined to quote from that volume, chapter and verse, the Atlanta attorney is researching...

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Turning the Page
Kelly Skinner | April 17, 2014

Coinciding perfectly with our summer lie-by-the-pool schedule, Atlanta author and national sweetheart Emily Giffin is putting out her seventh page-turner, The One & Only...

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Elements of Style
Elizabeth Schulte Roth | April 17, 2014

As the daughter of the late legendary Braves announcer Skip Caray, Shayelyn Woodbery was expected to join the media fray as a journalist, but she never felt at home—even with stints at CNN and Turner Broadcasting. With a keen eye for...

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Jet-Set Cocktails
Robin Austin | April 16, 2014

1. Lemonade Provençal
Lavender aromas in this cocktail at Ecco will transport you to the South of France. Citrus-flavored Hangar1 Buddha’s Hand vodka is mixed with...

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Come to Earth
Stephanie Davis Smith | April 9, 2014

1. Georgia Aquarium
The Earth Day Leadership Breakfast on April 16 hosts UGA’s Dr. J. Marshall Shepherd, a leading expert in climate change; a corporate green day...

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Passover Perfection!
Stephanie Davis Smith | April 3, 2014

1. Lure
This swank seafood spot is offering gefilte fish, a seafood dish traditionally served during Jewish holidays, on the dinner menu and for pre-order all week....

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A Full Glass
Wendell Brock | Photography by Sarah Dorio | March 27, 2014

As far as wine bars go, this one is like a gentle whisper. It only seats 40 people, and its front entrance is so subtle that it tends to get lost in the bustle of its leggier, full-size sister restaurant next door. The fact that...

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Globe-Trotter
Elizabeth Schulte Roth | March 27, 2014

Eleanor Roper effortlessly embodies that creative panache that comes with a storied career in magazines—Vogue, Vanity Fair, Traditional Home—mixed with the eye of a flawless interior designer who lives to...

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Silk Stalkings
Kate Abney | March 27, 2014

Iconic textile brand Jim Thompson has been the world’s leader in fine Thai silks for more than 50 years. Given this storied history, one might expect New York or L.A. to be the city of...

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Caroline Cox | March 27, 2014

When
9:15am
2.13.14

Where
17th Street Bridge

After January’s Winter Storm Leon left tens of thousands of Atlantans stuck in traffic, stranded, and some even sleeping in stores and schools, it wasn...

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