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Finely Crafted
Alison Abbey | Photography by Amber Fouts | October 27, 2014

Commonly, a Japanese izakaya is a working man’s watering hole that serves up cocktails and bites in a casual setting. Craft Izakaya takes that traditional...

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Straight Shooters
Kelly Skinner | October 27, 2014

As president and CEO of Arrow Exterminators, lifelong Atlantan Emily Thomas Kendrick is building upon the family legacy her grandparents founded 50 years ago this month...

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Rosie the Writer
Alison Abbey | October 27, 2014

Rosie Perez has made a career of playing strong, outspoken women on screen. Now, the dancer-turned-choreographer-turned-Oscar-nominated actress can add talk show host and author to her résumé, as she speaks her mind as co-host of...

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Click
Caroline Cox | October 27, 2014

When
7:45PM
9.6.14

Where
Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail

The concept of a night light was elevated to immense proportions when the Art on the BeltLine Lantern Parade debuted in 2010. Since then...

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Statement Piece
Nate Chapnick | October 27, 2014

There’s nothing quite like piloting a Rolls-Royce, and nothing quite like stepping out of one either. The British maker’s newest model, the Wraith, makes no excuses for its luxurious largesse. This vehicle is as much about making a grand...

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Fountain of Youth
Jennifer Bradley Franklin and Beth Weitzman | October 24, 2014

1. La Mer
Slather your skin with La Mer’s Intensive Revitalizing Mask and, after a mere eight minutes, voila—a thoroughly...

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Virgin Territory
Mike Espindle | October 23, 2014

Visitors to idyllic Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands who stroll along the shoreline along Valley Trunk Bay have been asking one question for years: What exactly is that Balinese-style house just in from the beach? What it is, exactly, is...

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Restoration Project
Caroline Cox | October 23, 2014

Picture it: You enter through a striking set of 17-foot gates into a colossal grand entry rotunda. Awash in natural light emanating from an oculus three stories overhead, an elliptical dome is dripping with a magnificent 8-foot chandelier. No...

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Raising the Grade
Kelly Skinner | October 23, 2014

“I always wanted to spend my life in a classroom, but I never knew it would evolve into this,” reflects breakthrough educator Kim Bearden. Bearden’s life changed when she met fellow award-winning educator Ron Clark at Disney...

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The Art of Giving
By The Editors, Elena Ash, Wendy Bowman, Patti Dickey, Lawren McCord and Phebe Wahl | October 23, 2014

THE ORGANIZER
A study in understated elegance and grace, successful realtor Kay Quigley epitomizes the charitable spirit that abounds in...

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Fall of the Foodies
Jess Charmoli | October 16, 2014

OCT. 24-26: Taste of Atlanta
This annual food festival offers up a veritable smorgasbord of chefs, from the beloved to the up-and-coming, as well as eats from...

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Tailored Travel
Robin Austin | October 10, 2014

1. Century Travel
With 30 years in the business, this team makes sure every itinerary is chockablock with wow moments—from visiting with Buddhist monks...

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