My garden is official going wild. From now until October it will be a part-time project to upkeep, harvest, cook and preserve all the goodies that our harvest is giving us. First up in our garden preserving process are PICKLES. The cucumber vines are going off, and I couldn’t be happier. This is my third year growing cucumbers and, finally,…
The concept of home is different for everyone. For some, home is where the family is. It’s the place where weekends were—or still are—filled with baby snuggles, bedtime stories and Saturday morning cartoons. The place where the smell of bacon and pancakes fills the air on Sunday mornings, "do your homework before you go outside" is a daily mantra and…
WeWork, along with Gov. Nathan Deal and leadership from the Metro Atlanta Chamber and Invest Atlanta celebrated the official grand opening of WeWork’s third location in Atlanta, 1372 Peachtree St., and the company’s continued growth in Georgia. WeWork will accommodate a community of more than 700 members and creators in Midtown Atlanta.
Taco Cowboy hosted a meet and greet with Takeo Spikes, a former NFL player and photographer. Spikes created Behind the Mask, which highlights the greatest linebackers of all time. He revealed plans to use his book to inspire children to strive for greatness and hopes to personally reach kids to share these stories of inspiration.
When a Midtown homeowner wanted to turn his underutilized garage into a complete woodcarving studio, he wisely called in professionals for a renovation that would inspire him and allow him to create works of art for years to come.
Although Lynlee Bradley is a certified pastry chef, she prefers savory foods. But, as the owner of Young Chef's Academy located in Howell Mill Village at 857 Collier Road NW, Lynlee coaches youths and adults how to prepare the full gamut of meals and snacks.
In the last decade, as the Beltline has paved a concrete ribbon along the eastern side of intown Atlanta, Old Fourth Ward has blossomed as one of the hottest residential neighborhoods in the city. Stately turn-of-the-century homes have been restored and small old homes of the post-WWII boom—many long past their prime—have been replaced by modern new structures.
George Berry, the man behind The WoodGuy custom furniture company at 751 Gaskill St. SE in Cabbagetown, became mesmerized with working with his hands when he carved handles for a slingshot when he was 15 years old.