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Longtime Roswell residents Glenda and Greg Weaver already loved the city’s historic district. Then, when builder FrontDoor Communities renovated and modernized a 19th-century home just off Roswell’s Canton Street, they decided to move there.
It’s the season when spooky sounds and eerie sensations abound. But for homeowners who find their abodes bumping in the night well beyond Halloween, real estate agent Collette McDonald has a suggestion: Hire a medium.
by Helena Oliviero, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Wiley Miller of the cartoon strip, Non Sequitur, will discuss political cartoons and how this medium is used to make a statement especially in this year’s crazy election at a special dinner at Serenbe Sunday.
Coastal Empire Beer Co. This award-winning Savannah brewery offers behind-the-scenes tours Thursdays through Saturdays, with guests getting a glimpse of how Coastal Empire creations such as Savannah Brown Ale come to life.
William Ferris, 74, the indefatigable chronicler of Southern culture, has organized departments in three different universities devoted to studying the region, has exhaustively amassed information about the South as co-editor of the Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, and has published 10 books on the topic, but he still hasn’t run out of material.
Architects Doug Glasgow and Yun Lee remain a bit surprised by some benefits of the energy-efficient choices in their home, which was the first renovation in Georgia to receive LEED for Homes Platinum certification from the U.
by Jill Vejnoska, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
You can look at the upcoming Labor Day weekend in one of two ways: As an annoying reminder that much of the rest of the country is just starting to put a period on its leisurely summer while Georgia has been back to the 9-to-5 grind for a month now.
There’s a sauna in Vickie Kirbo’s closet. Los Angeles celebrity stylist, designer and friend Mark-Alan Harmon included the small sweat box, which is supposed to help people "detox" and improve their complexion, among other benefits, in the plans for her Vinings closet transformation.
For years, builders and developers have offered a range of amenities that offer buyers more than just a home; they’re also apt to find a swimming pool, clubhouse, tennis courts, fitness center and other features that enhance the neighborhood.
In a city full of excellent stage theaters, you are bound to have top-notch theater experiences. In this week's Best of Atlanta poll, you let us know where you most enjoy seeing a live stage performance.
Finny Moore gazes through her master bedroom skylights each night and appreciates being alive. She and her husband, Ron, added the skylights, among other renovations, to make the house comfortable during her cancer treatment when they bought the home in 2009.
When fans of her interiors bombarded Eddie Brumbaugh with emails about where to find “that sophisticated sectional or lamp,” the Atlanta designer decided it was time to open Jackson Charles Home in West Midtown.
After living in land-locked Kansas, Amanda Gorecki gravitated toward water in Georgia. Gorecki, her husband, John, and children moved to the Atlanta area in 2009, and as home prices reached a bottom, they found a new Lake Lanier home with a slashed price on a steep yet deepwater lot.
Which farmers market deserves to be named the Best in Atlanta? From vegetables and fruit to locally sourced meats and treats, farmers markets around Atlanta have as much selection as your local grocery store.
As any architect, builder or homeowner will say, the kitchen is the heart of the house. It’s where families and friends congregate not just for meals but often to socialize, do homework, pay bills and relax.
Some people multitask. Alaya Sheardon has a multipurpose mindset for decorating her home. She converted a piano bench from a thrift store into an end table, by painting it with a black semi-gloss spray and adding upholstery nails around the border for an extra touch.
We've come up with a list of the best places around Atlanta to get cozy with a good novel. Dr. Bombay's Underwater Tea Party: This Candler Park coffee shop is a whimsical, homey getaway that is open Tuesday through Sunday.