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The Biggest Winner
Elina Fuhrman | December 5, 2011

It’s exactly noon, and my BlackBerry rings with an unfamiliar number on the screen. “Hi, it’s Anna,” goes a chirpy but distant, disembodied voice. Anna Kournikova is calling from Miami, but our connection dips in and out...

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A Swell Season
Courtney Bowers | December 5, 2011

Get in the holiday spirit—in haste—by indulging in this collection of festive local events certain to get you feeling merry and bright.

Froehliche Weihnachten (Merry Christmas)
Celebrate...

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To the Nines
Jennifer E. Sheu | November 28, 2011

I have zero knowledge about menswear. It has always seemed so “background” compared to the range and artistry that define women’s fashion. So, at the beginning of my shopping expedition with Jonathan Baker, for his shopping story in the...

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Feast Relief
Sophie Loghman | November 11, 2011

We know it’s a foreign concept for some of you, but this year, try stepping away from the stove and let someone else do the cooking. Cue the Atlanta restaurant scene: The city's top toques are offering home-cooked feasts to-go. Whether it's a few...

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Last Chance Workout
Sophie Loghman | November 4, 2011

It's two weeks until turkey day, and from there, as we all know, the downward spiral toward comfort foods, eggnog and weight gain only accelerates. This year, we're taking the proactive approach… at least for the next two weeks. We're...

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50 Most Beautiful Atlantans 2011
Courtney Bowers, Austin Holt, Sophie Loghman, Jennifer E. Sheu and Kelly Skinner | November 1, 2011

Life in Atlanta is a beautiful thing. And, as we do each year, we set out to find JEZEBEL’s Most Beautiful Atlantans. From the hot...

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Modernist Mogul
Maria Carter | October 31, 2011

Don’t be surprised to find pedestrians on the Midtown Mile doing double takes later this month as they pass the newly opened Bobby Berk Home. From the regal, bright pink chairs featured on Bravo’s Mad Fashion to the modern sofa seen...

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Artful Endeavors
Stephanie Davis Smith | October 31, 2011

On the topic of Southern food, there is no doubt; Chicago’s beloved chef, Art Smith, knows what he’s doing.

At Southern Art, his newly minted, bright pop of a restaurant in the InterContinental Buckhead, Smith’s...

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Driving Range
Beth Weitzman and Nate Chapnick | October 31, 2011

Nestled in the breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville’s storied, pastorally set Biltmore House—a sprawling, 250-room French château, debuted in 1895—was the private getaway of one George Vanderbilt II—...

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Paula Patton’s Mission Possible
Elina Fuhrman | October 31, 2011

I’m about to meet Paula Patton at blÜ, a swanky high-rise apartment complex in Beverly Hills, for her JEZEBEL cover shoot. When I arrive, Patton is flashing her washboard abs in a man-trapping look: teeny...

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Primed on Piedmont
Staff Writer | October 28, 2011

"The question, when expanding a successful chain to a restaurant-rich city like Atlanta, is not 'Is it needed?' Does anyone really need another jumbo crab cake, creamy lobster bisque, meltingly delicious strip steak with blue cheese crust,...

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Sound Surround
Sophie Loghman | October 24, 2011

Experiments in Awesome
Little Five Points' beloved establishment, The Variety Playhouse, will play host to indie folk acts Beirut and Basia Bulat on Oct. 27. Come out and enjoy...

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