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Rock On, Give Back
Kate Abney | October 17, 2011

We've got the city's most exhilarating lineup of music-themed festivities to get you in the philanthropic spirit!

Ian's Friends Foundation, an organization started by the parents of a young Atlanta boy diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor, is...

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Model Resident
Michael B. Dougherty | October 12, 2011

Milla Jovovich just can’t understand why you’re shocked. “I’ve had a really great, really long, diverse career, but I feel like people are still constantly surprised that I’m good at something,” says Jovovich...

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Culture TEN
Kate Abney | October 12, 2011

JEZ shares insights on the people, places and things our editors are buzzing about this month.

Park Bench, Buckhead’s hottest neighborhood pub for revelers and recent grads, has moved from East Paces Ferry to Irby Avenue,...

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I’ll Have What She’s Having
Phebe Wahl | October 12, 2011

One glimpse of Alli Webb’s perfectly tousled waves and we wanted what she was having. The enviably coiffed blow-dry maven is the president and co-founder of Drybar—a California-based blow-dry bar scheduled to open this...

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Bun to Bun
Kelly Skinner | October 12, 2011

The burger boom has set the bar high for Atlanta’s carnivorous crowd. The latest crop to pop up illustrates that point—albeit in contrasting ways. Here, two new burger concepts face off.

Farm Burger

The Once-Over...

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Turnin’ it Loose
Emily L. Foley | October 12, 2011

When you take two professional dancers with little to no acting experience and cast them as the leads in a remake of a classic 1984 film, disaster is almost guaranteed. However, director and writer Craig Brewer achieved the impossible with his...

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Mayan Magic
Riki Altman | October 12, 2011

Stars align just above Maroma Resort and Spa in Riviera Maya, Mexico, perhaps because the property was designed in tribute to ancient Mayan civilizations, wherein buildings are arranged to match celestial events.

At the risk of sounding too trite,...

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Haute Dog King
Kate Abney | October 7, 2011

As the third stooge to Richard Blais' and Barry Mills' unstoppable duo, HD1 Executive Chef Jared Lee Pyles is cooking up some seriously tasty hot dogs in Poncey-Highland. Since the new resto opened on Sept. 22, he's been giving its every offering a twist...

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Face Value
Kelley McLaughlin | October 1, 2011

Beauty guru Karen Filos sure knows her stuff. And on the advent of autumn, she's gathered together these tips and tricks for putting your best face forward:

TREND 1: This fall's colors are deep, dark and rich: royal...

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To Market, to Market
Jennifer E. Sheu | September 23, 2011

Jamestown Properties has big plans for City Hall East. And although we're going to have to wait a good two or three years before the 2.1 million-square-foot structure finishes its transformation into the future Ponce City Market, we already...

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The Return of Music Midtown
Kate Abney | September 16, 2011

"There's a tremendous value of [festivals] to the city," says Music Midtown forefather Peter Conlon, recalling the impact MM had on the city—100,000 tickets sold (by year two) to a global audience. "It became...

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Smarty Arty
Kate Abney | September 9, 2011

A killer piece of art can change the whole look and feel of a room. Switch out that canvas above the mantel with a new one, and your pad gets an entirely new personality. So how about fluffing up your personal collection for a steal? You must attend the fifth...

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