April 30, 2012 Featured Music

Southern hospitality and world class jazz…what could be sweeter! I think of the Atlanta Jazz Festival as the prelude to summer. The music is awesome and because it runs through Memorial Day Weekend, I associate it with longer days, more fun and vacation. It’s really a great excuse to get out of the house, meet… Read more »

April 17, 2012 Art

The High Museum of Art is now in the final weeks of its Picasso to Warhol exhibit. This is the first time the collection has been available in the Southeast featuring the work of fourteen impressionist artists. New York’s Museum of Modern Art was kind enough to send the pieces to Atlanta for a few… Read more »

April 16, 2012 Featured

Wedding season is here! Everyone loves a good party to celebrate two people in love. Although, it can get quite expensive. Between the gifts, gas to get there, and price of a hotel room if the wedding is out of town, the event can get costly for a guest. Which means there’s little money left… Read more »

April 12, 2012 Food

Talk about doing the Tomahawk Chop! Our Atlanta Braves are back in action. RA Sushi is right there rooting for the home team by offering a signature sushi roll. The Midtown restaurant is bringing back the seasonal Tomahawk Chop Roll– an eight-piece spicy lobster roll with cucumber and avocado rolled in rice and seaweed, topped… Read more »

April 11, 2012 Featured

I have to agree with these sentiments from Sophia Bush: “Life is too short…I’d much rather eat pasta and drink wine than be a size 0.” The One Tree Hill was right on, especially after my visit to Alpine Bakery and Trattoria. Located in the historic Crabapple district of Alpharetta, this restaurant and bakery will… Read more »

April 9, 2012 Art

Pollen season is almost over. Before the mosquitoes hit, get out to enjoy Springtime in the South. Y’all, now is the prime time for bike rides, lazy afternoons, and picnics.  Why not shake up the traditional picnic by hosting a pastel picnic party with more style and whimsy?  Instead of the traditional plastic utensils and… Read more »