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Get out of (your) town!
Genna Scheuerell | February 27, 2012

Put down the menu to your favorite neighborhood restaurant, and grab your car keys—we’re going out! Instead of opting for your normal hangout, make it a point to leave your comfort zone this weekend and explore a few of the...

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And the winner is…
Anna Harms | February 17, 2012

Buckhead Restaurant Week and the Great American Baking Contest just happen to coincide with the Academy Awards—and we totally approve. Root for your favorite celebs and local eats with this delicious trio.

Dine on a Dime...

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Eat Your Heart Out
Lydia Martin | February 10, 2012

Tired of conversation hearts yet? Probably not, but you can always try balancing out your diet with a few of the city’s most tantalizing tastes. Here, we list a few of our top craves from this issue’s "101 Must-Try Tastes....

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Running Wilde!
Andrew Myers | February 6, 2012

The year is 2048, and the newspaper headline proclaims a “Wilde Win!” This is not a reference to an acting award for Olivia Wilde—although any number might be shimmering in the now-63-year-old actress’s memories—nor to her...

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Vancouver Bound
Beth Weitzman and Elina Fuhrman | February 6, 2012

Vancouver, British Columbia, exudes a fresh energy that is addictive after just one visit. Little wonder why—aside from its robust cinematic scene (many Hollywood movies and TV shows are filmed in the waterfront city), this...

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Hitting a High Note
Emily L. Foley | February 6, 2012

With a penchant for outlandish costumes, an enviable set of pipes and a style that transcends genres, singer Cee Lo Green knows how to hold an audience captive. Some folks would say it’s his wardrobe, others would call it skill, and the...

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Hip Hops!
Austin L. Ray | February 6, 2012

As an international affairs and comparative religion double major at the University of Georgia, David Stein, now 28, took on a new hobby amid his studies. He’d always been interested in beer, having tried a few more styles than your average Natty Light-...

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Caffeine on Command
Kelly Skinner | February 6, 2012

Donning blue jeans, a plaid shirt and a messenger bag, Zechariah White tightens his grip on his handlebars before setting off at high speed. He pedals around traffic jams and past a blur of high-rises before flying fearlessly across intersections...

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The Darling Buds of MAE
Stephanie Davis Smith | February 6, 2012

When fashion designer Caroline Mae Heidenreich isn’t sitting at the drafting table in the sunlit front room of her 1930s whitewashed-brick bungalow in Buckhead, she’s pacing back and forth tinkering with racks of...

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Deep Cuts
Biba Adams | February 6, 2012

Remember this phrase: Super Market Knife Attack. No, it’s not the top story on the evening news, but SMKA is definitely making headlines. The Atlanta-based, full-service music production and marketing company has been responsible for the from-the-ground-up...

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Once Upon a Time
Bret Love | February 6, 2012

While other ballet companies were stuck in traditional ruts, legendary choreographer Twyla Tharp drew from jazz and contemporary pop music to create crossover classics that have resonated with mainstream audiences since the 1960s. Her 1973 production,...

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Last-Minute Romance
Genna Scheuerell | February 6, 2012

Still ironing out those Valentine’s Day plans? Don’t throw in the towel yet. Just because you’re late doesn’t mean you’ve passed up the chance for romance. Several Atlanta restaurants are still offering...

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