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The Best Tailgate Party Ever
By Kelsie Allen Barton | September 26, 2018


It’s the most wonderful time of the year in Atlanta: the return of football season. And with it comes a slew of weekend tailgate parties, some of which, perhaps, you’ll be tasked with hosting...

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ATL’s Music Festival Breakdown
By Ashton Pike | September 7, 2018


It’s neon lights, glitter, action! at this aquatic-themed festival for the city’s EDM-crazed concertgoers. Four stages and more than 70 artists, DJs...

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Restaurant Holmes Bows in Alpharetta
By Kelsie Allen Barton | September 4, 2018


The walls are decorated with graffiti and skateboards; the bar is bustling; and, on one side of the restaurant, the words “Keep the Vibes Alive” glow in neon. It’s hard to...

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Seeing Double
By Kelsie Allen Barton | August 28, 2018

Sisters Cari Rene and Kay Lynn are only two years apart, but sometimes it feels even closer. “We have a synergy that I think only sisters can have,” says Cari, the digital content creator behind @...

Hotel Clermont

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Checking In to Hotel Clermont
By Lauren Loudermilk | August 27, 2018

In The Great Gatsby, our protagonists escape the heat and ills of capitalism by checking into the Plaza. With A/C, cushy furniture and shot services, the Hotel Clermont provides a similar reprieve...

David and Carlen Arnold of Host & Toast Studio

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Eyes for Design
By Caroline Eubanks | August 27, 2018


You might have seen the work of local husband-and-wife duo David and Carlen Arnold without even realizing it, from the pink subway car at Cardi B’s Bronx Fairy Tale-themed baby shower to the custom “Huncho Day” signage for...

Dana Spinola

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Wonder Woman
By Kelsie Allen Barton | August 27, 2018


Dana Spinola, founder and CEO of Atlanta-based fab’rik, is one of the city’s biggest fashion influencers, with a personal style that’s both effortless and edgy at the same time. “I would guess that 90 percent of my...

Carl Ulysses

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Made to Measure
By Kelsie Allen Barton, Portrait by Matt Odom | August 27, 2018


Decatur-born Carl Ulysses dreamed of becoming a major-league pitcher, until an injured shoulder cost him his career. But baseball’s loss was fashion’s gain. The Morehouse College alum enrolled in a...

Shannon Purser

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The Name Game
By Ashton Pike | August 27, 2018


Barb, June, Ethel, Sierra… the world may know Shannon Purser by the monikers she takes when the cameras start rolling, but we know the Emmy-nominated actress as one of us by way of her Roswell roots. In just three years, the 21-year-old...

Fetch Atlanta

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So Fetch
By Ashley Barnett | August 27, 2018


As you amble into Fetch Park & Ice House, Old Fourth Ward’s latest see-and-be-seen destination (and the site of Aaron Murray’s recent proposal to fiancee Sharon Stufken), you’re greeted by a red neon sign that says “Play...

Restaurant Holmes

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No Place Like Holmes
Kelsie Allen Barton | August 27, 2018

The walls are decorated with graffiti and skateboards; the bar is bustling; and, on one side of the restaurant, the words “Keep the Vibes Alive” glow in neon. It’s hard to believe you’re in Alpharetta right now. And,...

Camila Mendes Riverdale

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Mirror, Mirror
By Alejandra Torres and Katie Jackson | August 27, 2018


The great equalizer—whether you’re a Hollywood “it” girl or an average Jane—is that cringeworthy high school headshot. “My driver’s license picture is so embarrassing,”...

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