Party for Piedmont Park

The Party for Piedmont Park attracted 585 attendees and raised $100,000+ for Piedmont Park and the Piedmont Park Conservancy. Because of this event, the Conservancy can fulfill its mission to preserve and enhance the Park experience including offering free tours, a farmers 
market, volunteer opportunities, environmentally-focused programs, and more!

Hello There,

Have you voted yet? Everyone here at Midtown Lifestyle is pretty excited about our first ever Readers’ Choice contest, where you speak up and let the world know all your favorite places to shop, eat and do business in our community. This month, go to our website, click the link and vote for your fave. Winners will be splashed out…

Our Kind of Party

Midtown Lifestyle and Kuroshio celebrated the launch of Atlanta's newest Lifestyle Publication. Guests enjoyed a fantastic evening with 
fabulous food from Kuroshio and toasted the excitement of the Midtown community.

Estates of Atlanta Celebrates

Pamela Rene and Kurt B. Williams celebrated their new partnership with Berkshire Hathaway Luxury Collection. The stunning Cambria showroom hosted the elegant event. Guests networked and mingled while enjoying appetizers and fine wine. Congratulations to Pamela and Kurt!

Generational Love

Primrose School of Midtown's students celebrated Grandparent’s Day. Grandparents and seniors play an important role in the development of young children. Sharing their wisdom and experiences can connect the generations and promote kindness in many ways. Primrose Schools Balanced Learning® curriculum blends academics, play and character development.

November 2017 Around Town

The High Museum of Art is the debut U.S. venue for Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design, on view now through January 7, 2018. Don’t miss your chance to see this major touring exhibition that offers a fresh look at African design through a myriad of diverse works by more than 120 artists. Ranging from playful to provocative to…

Don’t just Plug and Pray

When considering their home electronics needs, many homeowners often don’t think about their home network and rely on what is provided by their their internet service provider or purchase generic networking products and simply “plug and pray.”

Raise the Roof

When the homeowners can stand laughing with their builder, carpenter, interior designer and architect after an eight-month complete renovation of their family home, I’d say the job was a success. Deirdre and Keith Fleming tapped architect Mark Arnold who prioritized maintaining the historical integrity of the neighborhood by staying within the size, scale and style of the original houses. They…

Midtown Minds Collab With Study Hubb

Childhood friends Connor Garrett and Alex Chung had always dreamed of starting a business together. While attending Berry College and Kennesaw State University respectively, the duo experienced a melding of the minds. Garrett was writing for the school newspaper, taking a full course load, and playing college soccer. Chung was waiting tables, working as a resident assistant, participating as an…

When Aging Approaches

Gidget D. Black is Nurse Practitioner at Integrative Wellness in West Midtown. She believes in total wellness, specializing in therapies for all that aging is throwing at us. We sat down with Gigi to find out more.