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Wise Guy
Wendell Brock | Photography by Greg DuPree | June 11, 2015

With his new restaurant, Le Fat, Atlanta chef Guy Wong packages the fragrant cuisine of Vietnam in a time capsule recalling the mystery, elegance and romance of a distant age...

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Man About Town
By Phebe Wahl | June 10, 2015

“I am an explorer by nature,” offers Charles Brewer, the Atlanta-based entrepreneur best known as the founder of MindSpring, and later, for leading the charge in Atlanta’s new urbanism movement with his groundbreaking Green Street...

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Bold Moves
By Caroline Cox | June 10, 2015

Cutting-edge Complexions Contemporary Ballet dance troupe was formed in New York by two former Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater stars more than 20 years ago to blaze the trail in...

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Isle Style
By Phebe Wahl | June 9, 2015

After living in Atlanta for more than 15 years, locally based designer and Southern-bred beauty Jada Loveless has learned how to beat the heat. With her eponymous label of luxury handbags (recently picked up by exclusive e-tailer...

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Horse Sense
By Mike Espindle | June 9, 2015

The Triple Crown’s prestigious thoroughbred races—the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes—always promise a thrilling competition, a rarefied vibe and a colorful social scene. But for the most serious racing fans, the...

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Summer Sensation
By Nate Chapnick | June 5, 2015

It was in 1964 at the Targa Florio, a grueling open-road endurance race in the mountains of Sicily, that Porsche introduced the GTS moniker (short for Gran Turismo Sport). Two 904 Carrera GTS racers...

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'Cued In
By Stephanie Smith | June 4, 2015

1. The Blind Pig Parlour Bar
Ask the bartender to show you the way to this speakeasy behind Buckhead’s Smokebelly BBQ. But beware you need to know more than the...

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The Suite Life
By Phebe Wahl | June 1, 2015

"I think generally South is considered the heartland of hospitality,” notes hotel magnate Richard Kessler, who now presides over an elite empire of 12 boutique hotels that include the Grand...

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Summer Escapes
By The Editors | May 28, 2015


When the snow melts and temperatures rise, summer in this idyllic mountain town heats up with big city-caliber cultural events and unlimited outdoor recreation.


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Summer in the City
By Stephanie Smith | May 27, 2015


Lost Oasis: Night of Illusions, June 13

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Get Your Fix
By Caroline Cox | May 20, 2015

1. Corso Coffee
This Italian-style coffee bar packs in patrons in search of a caffeine buzz amid perusing the myriad Buckhead Atlanta shops. It’s no...

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Musts for May
By Caroline Cox | May 14, 2015

1. Atlanta Jazz Festival
As one of the largest free jazz festivals in the country, this annual music extravaganza celebrates the music, culture and art of jazz during Memorial Day...

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