January 24, 2012 Featured

In this winter weather we all need a bit of sunshine. We can’t change the cold but we can transcend our hearts to a happy place thanks to the amazing artwork from Blume Photography. The husband and wife team created this beautiful engagement session for Sara & Diogo at the High Museum of Art in… Read more »

January 17, 2012 Featured Food

Atlanta’s newest burger sensation just opened their fifth store. Slightly OTP on Roswell Road in Sandy Springs, this Smashburger promises to bring a much-needed gourmet fast food experience to the North Fulton area. Forget McDonalds, Wendy’s, and the like: Smashburger is just a better burger! This place has everything y’all ever wanted for the ultimate… Read more »

January 16, 2012 Featured Opinion

In Greek, nostalgia means pain from an old wound. When I got the call from Marianna Hediera, the current News Editor of The Red & Black, to inform me Professor Conrad Fink passed away, all those feelings of loss and wanting to go back to the good ole glory days of college returned along with… Read more »

January 10, 2012 Art

There’s an affliction cast upon Southern households in the months of January ’til April and that’s not having fresh flowers to put in a centerpiece. Nothing really blooms in the South during these months so we are forced to find new, alternative methods of showcasing pretty buds. This European example has given us some new… Read more »

Daddy Joe’s Beach House BBQ & Grill is the best spot to stop off I-85. Located in Gaffney, S.C., Daddy Joe’s is a welcome find among the never-ending signs for McDonald’s, Subway, and other preservative-packed menus. It’s barely a mile’s drive off the interstate and well worth it. In the land of value meals, instead… Read more »

January 9, 2012 Featured

Virginia Willis is a native Georgian and chef to the stars; most importantly, she is a true Southern lady. Her cook book Bon Appetit, Y’all is a practical manual for an aspiring cook taking the reader through the ins-and-outs of a kitchen South of the Mason Dixon line. Y’all may recall a work entitled The… Read more »