With Valentines Day just around the corner, nothing says “Be Mine” quite like shiny baubles. Whether you’re looking for a redemption gift (to get out of the doghouse from your Christmas gift) or a sparkly way to show you care, Atlanta’s premiere jewelers have something for every reason and occasion. Brown & Co. Jewelers Founded […]
Romance is largely about ambiance, something these delectable intown restaurants have in spades. Plus, all are convenient to the Fox and the Woodruff Arts Center, so if you want to enjoy a show after sharing a romantic brunch, lunch or dinner, you can’t go wrong making a reservation at one of these hot spots. I […]
Sherry Madigan White, our beloved publisher, is a “Woman on the Move.” Don’t believe me? Listen for yourself to this interview with am 1160, the “Voice of the Arts.” She talks about Atlanta’s arts scene, her publishing background and being a businesswoman in this challenging economic climate.
Georgia’s public schools tend to rank low compared to other state schools, so it’s not surprising that private schools have become a popular option, especially for parents looking for programs that are strong in arts education or have an underlying faith-based philosophy. Here’s a brief guide of some of the best private schools in the […]
Atlanta’s Fox Theatre turns 80 this Christmas. The story of its birth, near death and phenomenal theatrical history is chronicled in The Fox Theatre — Atlanta: The Memory Maker, now on sale in the lobby before and after performances. Here is an excerpt from Part One: The Origins. The Temple In 1922, a parcel of […]