Meet Ken Hughes

 Article Sue G. Collins | Photography Provided  Meeting Ken Hughes, you might be inclined to pick his brain about smart heating and cooling solutions for your home or business. Do you really need to change HVAC filters every year? (Yes) Can you assess the health of your furnace by its functionality and appearance? (No)  Ken owns Milton Mechanical Services, the…

Expressions of the Soul

 Article Valerie Shepherd | Photography Cameron Meredith  "My pieces make a journey from my head, to my heart, to my hands, to meet and match your soul."  There's just something about the bright colors of Andrea Becker Designs that remind you of water, the beach, ancient treasures, and the vibrant Caribbean that call to the soul. And Buckhead's own  goldsmith and creator…

Dressed To Impress

 Article Dennis Malcolm Byron | Photography Dennis Malcolm Byron and Automakers  The automotive industry continues to be extremely competitive, so automakers have to find inventive ways to stand out from the rest. One of the most effective methods to stand out from the rest is to attract the eye of owners and prospective buyers. Be it a makeover of an existing…

Seeing With Style

 Article Sue G. Collins | Photography Nicole Stephens  Picking out glasses with Andy and Gazal Tabrizipour is like shopping with a very savvy personal stylist who also happens to know everything about the technology behind the frames. They ask about lifestyle (do you workout? spend time in an office?). And, they study the prescription to determine specific needs that will…

Baby Love

 Article Jessi Ford | Photography Provided  If glitter, tutus and wild graphic tees aren’t your idea of a stylish wardrobe for the little one in your life, you aren’t alone. When Sarah Heiserer, Brookhaven resident and fashion admirer, had her daughter three years ago, she couldn’t find a children’s clothing line with the minimalistic, neutral and easy-to-wear look she was…

Poppin’ Good

 Article Pam Yasinski  When was the last time you had an unexpected moment of happiness ( UMoH )? The people who put the POP in King of Pops hope it was when you had one of their popsicles in hand. Two brothers, Steven and Nick Carse turned their pushcart business into a dream come true on UMoH at a time.   The pops…

Hello Lovelies!

When I was in eighth grade, my brother gave me a book of fashion photographs by Richard Avedon. This little Midwest girl shopped at The Gap and some other long-gone boutique in the local mall. I was a short tomboy with zero fashion sense but knew that book was something special. The only thing I … Continued

September 2018 Around Town

Rays Reminesces Ray’s on the River server Lynne Gomez celebrates 33rd work anniversary this month. The now iconic Chattahoochee River-based seafood and steak restaurant hired her after a local retailer turned her down for a visual merchandising job. The rest is history, which Gomez is happy to reminisce. If you ask her for favorite memories, the … Continued

Cooking for a Cause

Several Buckhead and North Fulton residents raised funds during a fun evening of culinary camaraderie and competition at Team Building with Taste to benefit The Eric R. Beverly Family Foundation, which helps remove financial barriers for low income breast cancer patients in beginning and successfully completing their treatment.

InstaStyle

 Article Melissa Brown  These local fashion bloggers are giving us some serious style inspiration! Next time you’re scrolling through Instagram, be sure to take a peek at their pages to get ideas for your wardrobe. Find colors, prints and ensembles that make you happy, follow them and tag us! Once you’ve been inspired by these bloggers fabulous outfits, make your way…

October Polo Date

Polo in the Pines Charity Classic benefiting Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is October 13 & 14 benefiting pediatric cancer research. Save the date, find a fab hat and cheer on the polo players on the grand field adjacent to the big party tent. Capital Grille is feeding us!  Choa.org/polointhepines