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Culture TEN
Emily L. Foley | April 29, 2011 JEZ shares our insight on the people, places and things we are buzzing about this month.  

Inspired by the book 29 Gifts, “Souper Jenny” Levison invites you to join her month of giving. Starting May 1, the 29 Days of...

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Refresher Course
Ashley Hizer | April 29, 2011 Bask in the splendor of the season with one of the city’s most revitalizing concoctions—you’ll feel like you’re on spring break in the city.  

Urban Garden

TWO Urban Licks Balance fiery...

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A Matter of Course
| April 29, 2011 Reaching that level of wellness where health practically radiates from your spandex-clad physique may seem like a lofty goal for many of us. While the ambition is there, so are the obligations, and by day’s end there’s little (if any)...

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A Moveable Feast
Kelly Skinner | April 29, 2011 In a city that’s swarming with gourmands, it’s only natural that a buzzing street food scene be part of the landscape. While the food carts, stands and trucks that scatter Atlanta are old news for local foodies and corporate lunchers,...

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There’s Something About Ginnifer
Lesley McKenzie | April 26, 2011 Another role, another case of romance gone awry. But Ginnifer Goodwin, the Memphis-born actress who’s known for injecting a serious dose of darkness into her pixie charm, doesn’t seem to mind. This time,...

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Anglomania in Atlanta
Lisa Horten | April 25, 2011 The Real Deal The British Consulate is hosting a black-tie event at the Crowne Plaza Ravinia Hotel on April 29 featuring a cocktail hour, seated wedding banquet, fashion show, live music, dancing and wedding footage. Added bonus?...

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Around Atlanta
Emily L. Foley | April 15, 2011

Wondering what to do this weekend? Look no further, JEZ brings you the best of what’s happening around town.

Bring the Heat Now you can bring south-of-the-border heat directly to your kitchen with cooking classes at La Paz...

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The Brunch Bunch
Sarah Bailey | April 8, 2011

Spring screams for lazy afternoons with good friends and great food.

Café Circa and The Reserve Looking to add some punch to your Sunday brunch? Look no further than Café Circa and The Reserve to satisfy all of your dish desires. Having...

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Best of Atlanta 2011
staff writer | April 7, 2011

In a city that's constantly evolving, it's not easy to keep up with all that's new, let alone the hidden gems and underground superstars. But that's why we're here. Whether you're in a pinch to find something exciting to do, or want to elevate...

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What to Do This Weekend
Emily L. Foley | April 1, 2011

The people, places and things we’re buzzing about at JEZEBEL!

You’ve been to your share of BYOB parties, and now it’s time to enjoy their grown-up counterpart. Midtown...

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Southern Roots
Sarah Gleim | March 29, 2011 Don’t let the name fool you. The new Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint in the historic 200 Peachtree building downtown is anything but a, well, rowdy joint. What it is, is a super chic spot where you can get a mix of traditional Southern...

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That’s Our Battle Cry
Dana Hazels-Seith | March 29, 2011 Ian Jones and Caleb Wheelus are food and beverage veterans in Atlanta with everything from fine dining, to nightclubs, to casual joints collectively under their belts. Their newest venture is a partnership called Victory...
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