The Adventures of PhilAnThropy introduces readers to young friends Phil, An and Thropy as they embark on an adventure in philanthropy upon realizing their new friend needs a special chairlift to enjoy the neighborhood pool.
For many of us, August is a bittersweet turning point in the calendar year. Summer freedom is drawing to a close, and the school bells will be ringing any day now. While the lazy days of sipping cool beverages poolside may be numbered, this month brings a sense of renewal. New routines, new clothes and … Continued
Renew Atlanta Invests to Address Mobility in West Midtown Construction is in full swing at the new Interlock development in West Midtown. “It’s an exciting project because you are going to see a little bit of everything,” developer partner with S. J. Collins Enterprises, Jeff Garrison, says. Included are restaurants, retail, offices, living space and … Continued
After graduating from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Atlanta, Lynlee Bradley wanted to do something that involved cooking, but she was also interested in working with children. So, when she heard about Young Chef’s Academy, she knew she had found the perfect fit.
Midtown is full of dog lovers. Groomers stay busy, from mobile vans that arrive equipped to serve to the wide variety of grooming facilities all over town. New condo and apartment buildings are also including bathing stations for dogs as staple amenities.
A midtown favorite, this year’s Atlanta Food & Wine Festival did not disappoint! Tasting tents showcased some of the South’s most talented chefs and food purveyors. Also featured were cooking demonstrations and curated dinners. The three-day event ended with a celebrated Sunday brunch.
Back-to-school season is upon us, and as parents turn their focus away from summer camps and swimming pools, they begin to shift their thoughts toward the skills they should be nurturing in their young children as they head back to school.