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The Big Comeback
Phebe Wahl | Photography by Heidi Geldhauser | April 27, 2016

Tom Catherall’s story has become the stuff of local lore. The certified master chef built his Here 2 Serve empire of 14 Atlanta restaurants (remember Noche, Coast Seafood and Raw Bar, Prime, Shucks, Smash,...

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Skin-Deep
By Elizabeth Harper | April 27, 2016

“The corporate landscape of today’s medicine drives my need for authenticity and personable style,” boldly admits Dr. Angela Bookout, founder of Southern Institute of...

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Checking In
Produced by Beth Weitzman | April 27, 2016

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
The Quiet Side
More than 2,000 acres of lush jungle meet the golden sand and aquamarine sea at Playa Grande on the secluded north coast of the Dominican Republic. A clifftop at this remote...

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Borders Patrol
By Stephanie Smith | April 27, 2016

“There are two international languages—music is one of them; sports is the other,” says Lisa Borders, a longtime Atlantan who took over as president of the WNBA in late March, right in time for its historic 20th season. Borders is...

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5 High-Tech Treatments for a Toned Body
By Karina Timmel Antenucci | April 21, 2016

1. CoolMini 

In one hour, the new FDA-cleared treatment freezes and destroys under-chin fat with a cooling applicator. You’ll need just one or two treatments spaced...

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5 Toasts of the Town
By Jessica Cherner | April 18, 2016

1. 1KEPT

This industrial-chic bistro has certainly jumped on board the bread trend that’s taking over Atlanta. Stop by 1KEPT for one of their amazing flatbreads...

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5 April Events for Culture Vultures
By Jessica Cherner | April 11, 2016

1. Born for This: The BeBe Winans Story
Through May 15, Hollywood’s...

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Life of the Party
By Stephanie Smith | April 5, 2016

As a working mom with three daughters under age 6, Jennifer Babbit Bodner is more about leaning on than Leaning In. “I lean on my family, friends and everyone in my support system to get it all done,” she...

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Drift Away
Wendell Brock // Photography by Heidi Geldhauser | April 5, 2016

The cocktails arrive with a puff of smoke and a poof of fire.

The first one, a riff on a classic Old Fashioned, is made with aged Venezuelan sipping rum and comes to the table with a theatrical flourish: The server...

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Beyond Bungee
By Beth Weitzman and Becca Hensley | April 5, 2016

In a remote corner of the Pacific, Hawke’s Bay on New Zealand’s North Island, we’re sipping local sauvignon blanc in a farmhouse. But this isn’t your granddaddy’s ranch house or barn. With panoramic views...

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The Family Ferrari
By Nate Chapnick | April 5, 2016

Soon after becoming a publicly traded company in 2015 (the ticker symbol appropriately dubbed RACE), Ferrari’s CEO, Amedeo Felisa, put the possibility of a full Ferrari SUV permanently to rest, stating unequivocally, “It’s not...

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Work of Art
By Phebe Wahl | March 31, 2016

The Bee and the Acorn (Assouline, $35) is about so much more than me,” offers Savannah College of Art and Design founder and President Paula Wallace of her recently released memoir. With four locations on three continents, 1,800 staff and...

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