Dana G. Smith Cancer Assistance Fund’s Celebration At SweetWater Brewing Company


It’s is always moving to see family and friends celebrate the life of someone special lost too soon, such as Dana G. Smith, who lost her battle with cancer in 2006.

(Photo credit: danagsmithfund.org)

The 7th Annual DGS Fundraising Celebration is a special occasion that has turned into not only a fun event, [...]

The Majestic Diner In Atlanta

(Photo Credit: Laura Miller)

While driving east on Ponce De Leon Avenue, it’s hard to miss the flashing lights on your right. Brightly lit with classic diner neon signage since 1929, the Majestic Diner still reigns as the diner to frequent, and one that I visit at least once a week.

(Photo Credit: Laura Miller)

When the [...]

Fig Jam Kitchen & Bar Revamps Menu

Fig Jam Kitchen And Bar

Tucked on the corner of Brookwood Plaza, Fig Jam Kitchen & Bar can be easily missed by the unsuspecting passerby. Since its opening in February 2012, the restaurant has staked its place in South Buckhead as a go-to spot for residents, local business people and the wandering Atlanta tourist. A single search will leave [...]

Atlanta’s Fall Festival On Ponce

Festival on Ponce (Image Credit: festivalonponce.com)

Now that the Southern summer is winding down, the weather is perfect for a weekend outdoors. In celebration of the coming season, the Fall Festival on Ponce will feature up to 175 (mostly) local artists and crafters in the chain of parks along Ponce de Leon Avenue from September 15th to September 16th. Yes, [...]

Review of The Dunwoody Bistro

dunwoody bistro

Few restaurants in the Atlanta area can provide an ambience appropriate for any occasion. For a casual dinner, you go to one place. For a business lunch, you go to another. However, the Dunwoody Bistro offers a restaurant suitable for anything from a bar mitzvah to a first date, a Tuesday dinner to a [...]

Music Midtown: Atlanta’s Favorite Music Festival

atlanta music midtown

(Photo courtesy: Cat Max Photography)

Atlanta’s music scene comes alive this year with the second re-emergance of the 2012 Music Midtown. Making it’s comeback in 2011, Music Midtown has proven it’s here to stay as one of the city’s largest music festivals. With such big talent awaiting to make its debut in Atlanta, [...]

Atlanta’s Canoe Restaurant Launches Pinterest Contest With Merrimack Canoes

Merrick Canoe

If you’re a fan of outdoor adventure, or if Pinterest is your interest, then you’re in luck. From now until September 28, participants can “pin to win” custom-made swag from Merrimack Canoes.

The Get on Board with Canoe Pinterest contest is sponsored by the popular outdoor/rafting retailer as well as the Canoe Restaurant, [...]

Unique Wedding Favors By Local Atlanta Vendors


NYC is known as the Big Apple. Florida is known best for its oranges. For Atlanta, we are known for our homegrown Georgia Peaches, so why not incorporate these items into your Georgia wedding? In lieu of the candles, matches and homemade trinkets, supporting local vendors will not only help you save on shipping [...]

Home Decor And More At Boxwoods Gardens & Gifts In Atlanta

(Photo Credit: Cate Bogue)

Take a trip to one of the best home decor stores in Atlanta. Boxwoods Gardens and Gifts on East Andrews Drive in Buckhead is a treasure. The business is located on a quiet road in Buckhead between West Paces Ferry and Roswell Road, and they occupy two old houses. The ambiance is so inviting [...]

Uptown Girl Boutique In Duluth


With the motto of, “You won’t find her at the Mall,” Duluth boutique, Uptown Girl, is a one of a kind women’s clothing and accessories shop.

(Photo Credit: Uptown Girl)

The shop, located in the suburbs of Atlanta, was opened in 1998 by Mary Ann Jarusinski, and later it was run by her [...]

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