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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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Primal Instincts
Margaret Watters | September 2, 2011

Young Blood—ATL's popular Poncey-Highland gallery and retailer for the underground art scene was, at the time of its opening in '97, a collection of friends. Artists Shana Wood, Caroline Smith, Kelly Teasley and Ryan Lincicome were on the...

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Fashion’s Little Secret
Emily L. Foley | August 31, 2011

In the fashion world, there’s an unspoken, yet deeply rooted spirit of competition. Celebs are in a mad dash to wear designer styles, but so, too, are everyday Atlantans, who are equally eager to work a new look that no one has...

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And the Bands Played On...
Austin Holt | August 31, 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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Put Art Into It
Stephanie Davis Smith | August 31, 2011

Art Smith is a celebrichef. He hobnobs with Dr. Oz, guest-stars as a judge on Top Chef and, because of Oprah’s undying devotion to his fried chicken, he has Hollywood hankering for his below-the-Mason-Dixon-Line delights. But despite...

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Comeback Diva
Emily L. Foley | August 31, 2011

In the mid to late ’90s, the multitalented Brandy Norwood—known predominantly by her first name only—was everywhere. She was the star of her own sitcom, Moesha, and was an R&B hit machine, selling millions of records. Now,...

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Date night? Great night!
Stephanie Davis Smith | August 26, 2011

For the Foodie
Goin' out gourmands who crave something romantic and noteworthy will be thrilled to hear that Sun in My Belly's Supperclub is back. Every Thursday night at 7:30PM, stop in for a four-course...

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View From the Top
Michael B. Dougherty | August 24, 2011

“She’s a little sarcastic, kinda sassy, but she’s good at her job.” Christina Ricci is talking about Maggie, the rebellious flight attendant she plays in ABC’s new series out this month, Pan Am, a...

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Go Westward!
Stephanie Davis Smith | August 19, 2011

Bag It!
If you're the type of girl that likes firsts, sneak peeks and previews, then shop the launch of Westward at Bloomingdale's at Lenox tonight. Designers Emily Current and Meritt Elliot will be on hand, along with Deborah...

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