July 22, 2012 Featured

A lively crowd gathered in downtown Atlanta’s Margaret Mitchell Square on July 17 to celebrate its recent facelift and renovation. The enthusiastic group of neighbors, community leaders, sponsors and media braved the heat and humidity to pay homage to the memory of Margaret Mitchell, and to admire the magnolia trees and fountains in the spruced… Read more »

July 16, 2012 Featured

Hop on the most posh shopping express this side of Atlanta. Some of the South’s prettiest southern shops are offering 40% discounts and more on Saturday, July 21. Chic Boutique Tour sets off this Saturday at 11 a.m. Strut your stuff across the plush, pink carpet to hop on board a luxury coach, complete with… Read more »

July 5, 2012 Featured

What does it mean to be a Southerner? Obviously, I am not qualified to comment. Although I am from the South… South India, that is! However, living in Georgia the last eight years has given me a certain perspective of the South, its culture and traditions, symbols and markers. Actually, I live in Atlanta, and… Read more »

July 4, 2012 Featured

Fourth of July is here! If you’re looking for some fun ideas to celebrate America’s Independence, we’ve got you covered. Atlanta’s got a bunch of fun cooking especially over at Marlow’s Tavern. Come in for “Red, White & Brew” on July 4 at any of Marlow’s eight locations. Also wining and dining in good ole… Read more »

July 3, 2012 Featured Opinion

Although I’ve lived in the D.C. area for exactly a month now, I still don’t know where I am. Am I in the North? Or am I still in the South? Well after a month’s worth of observations, I’ve concluded that I’m still in a Southern city where most people prefer Coke over Pepsi and… Read more »