Atlanta's AileyCamp

When Diane Sales and Sarah Dubignon interview children for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s AileyCamp, they aren’t looking for kids who want to dance. “We’re looking for a child … who comes from a single parent home, who’s had very little exposure to the arts,” says Dubignon, The Fox Theatre’s outreach director…

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You rang?

Hate going to the grocery store or waiting all day for a delivery? Wish you could have someone else clean out your garage or pay your bills for you? Need help decluttering your home or creating a really special party for friends? Hire a personal assistant to handle a task you can’t…

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Annie girls know it's a hard-knock life

On the morning of Nov. 10, two Dillards employees took the elevator from the Atlantic Station parking garage up to the home goods department. As the glass-walled lift came to a rest, the doors opened with a chime, but they didn’t get off. Instead, they tensed imperceptibly. One of them breathed, “My God … look at that.” …

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’Tis the season … for giving

Don’t wait until Thanksgiving to start checking off your holiday shopping list. Nearly 100,000 shoppers crowd Buckhead’s malls between “Black Friday” and Christmas. Instead, take advantage of the Simon Evening of Giving, a private shopping and entertainment event that also raises funds for Atlanta’s arts community and other local nonprofit organizations…

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Proposal 101

Château Élan is a romantic retreat where many men (and some women) are inspired to pop the question. To help the less-than-inspired, the resort has “proposal gals” who help would-be fiancés come up with romantic scenarios, secluded venues and even the occasional costume (think knights in shining armor)…

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