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  • There was a loud screening party going on at Chicago's 1871 tech skunk works to watch whether Illinois State alums Kasey Gandham and Mike Shannon could convince one of the five tycoons…   Read the Article

  • Ashley and Molly founded the Neat Method as more than just a professional organizing service: They say it's a lifestyle service. Not only will they give you pro organization tips, these gorgeous…   Read the Blog

  • Cy Waits' Las Vegas Home

    Las Vegas hospitality entrepreneur Cy Waits is one of the world’s most successful avatars of global nightlife, having created and operated some of the highest grossing nightclubs in the…   Read the Blog

  • Cory McCormack's Nevada Home

    He may be behind some of the most exciting nightclubs in Las Vegas, but Cory McCormack can still appreciate a quiet night at home. The veteran hospitality impresario was recruited by…   Read the Blog

  • Kindness of Strangers, Helping Each Other

    You’ve all read the national headlines about the snowstorm that dealt Metro Atlanta a blow to the gut; we just didn’t know we were going to get sucker-punched in a time of suffering by our own…   Read the Article

  • Atlanta 2014 Snow Jam, Acworth

    Published 01/29/14 in Places
    Atlanta 2014 Snow Jam, Acworth

    Close to a thousand traffic accidents were reported all over the Metro Atlanta area.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Big Mike Geier, Elvis Royale

    If you haven’t made plans in Atlanta this weekend, stop what you’re doing and Sharpie this to your calendar: Elvis Royale at the Variety Playhouse on Saturday, January 25. Fronted by Big Mike Geier,…   Read the Article

  • Atlanta's Big Mike Geier, Abandoned Goody's Camera Shop

    The building that once housed Goody's Camera Store has remained empty and abandoned for over a decade.    See the Image

  • State Farmer's Market, Atlanta

    The Oakwood Cafe at the State Farmer's Market serves up veggies so fresh you might want to smack them.    See the Image