December 7, 2011 Featured

Only once a year can Atlanta residents experience a mansion exemplifying the holiday spirit. The Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, in collaboration with the South’s premier interior and floral designers, have transformed 27,000 square-foot home into the ultimate Christmas house. From now until Dec. 18, all day into early evening, guests can take in the beautiful… Read more »

December 6, 2011 Featured Food

New world flavors meet the old South dining scene as Latitude opens in the heart of Atlanta. Micah Willix has navigated his way as the former captain of the helm at Ecco to launch this endeavor in the former location of the Grape at Phipps Plaza reclaiming the space as Latitude. His new restaurant promises… Read more »

December 4, 2011 Featured News

Thank the Lord! We Georgians are finally able to buy beer on Sunday! After years of politicking and deliberation, the State recently approved Sunday alcohol sales thanks to special votes in all the precincts. Some places have not started selling on Sunday just yet; however, we at Pretty Southern know where to send you to… Read more »

November 30, 2011 Featured

It’s already happening. The Christmas trees are up in department stores. The toy catalogues are out. Even the carols are playing on the radio. Though you haven’t ordered your Thanksgiving turkey yet, the holidays are coming on quickly whether you like it or not. The inevitable question is this: how do I get an incredible… Read more »

November 29, 2011 Featured

Giving back is easy during Breast Cancer Awareness Month; but now in the coming holiday season, it is also easy to forget the important message behind the pink to promote breast cancer awareness, share information on the disease, and provide greater access to screening services. Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer among… Read more »

November 28, 2011 Featured

Southern literature is home to many great characters and they all have to get their start somewhere. One of the very first recorded heros of the South was the good ole Br’er Rabbit. The fables of the wise rabbit, his woodland friends, and the Tar Baby pre-date the Civil War. It was only during Reconstruction… Read more »