Polo in the Pines

Sometimes a single conversation can change your life’s purpose. That was certainly the case for Polo in the Pines founder Tina Fowler. In 2012, Tina was at Houston’s MD Anderson Cancer Center with her mother, Sharon Knight, for treatment of leiomyosarcoma—a cancer Sharon had been battling for 20+ years. That’s 20 years of motherhood, birthdays, holidays and life laced with…

ABCs of Pool Safety

When it comes to drowning, the statistics are pretty staggering. Drowning is the leading cause of injury death to children ages 1 to 4—and the second leading cause of injury death for children ages 1 to 14, according to U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. What’s more, statistics show that thousands of children are hospitalized each year for nonfatal…

Peaceful Kids

Many kids today spend most of their time bouncing from one activity to the next, juggling multiple pieces of technology, and finishing the hours of homework they seem to get every night. The thought of adding one more thing to their schedule seems like it would be the thing that pushes them over the top. However, when that extra activity…

Van Michael Goes Global

Every spring for the last 14 years, the Van Michael Salon leadership team does their part to create international goodwill by sharing tricks of the trade and latest trends with stylists who come all the way from Japan to learn from these experts.

Polo in the Pines

With two months to go, the excitement for Atlanta’s premiere polo event is building, thanks to the energetic and passionate leadership of founder Tina Fowler and her dedicated team of sponsors and supporters. Since the inaugural event in 2012, Polo in the Pines has raised nearly $250,000 with a mission to fund specific cancer research, promote awareness and family support…

Cool Moves

With heating and cooling accounting for 50% of a home’s typical energy usage, it makes sense to take a look at how your home is being cooled during one of our steamiest months. As the temperature hovers around 89, Georgia Power recommends we set our thermostat at 78 degrees during the summer and leave it alone. Have your heating and…

Alpharetta is the New Tech Hub of the South

Just a couple of decades ago, Alpharetta’s suburban landscape was small farms and cow pastures. That bucolic image transformed faster than Optimus Prime facing Megatron when 600 tech companies set up shop here and high-speed fiber-optic cables made data lightning fast. This rapid-fire growth fueled by reliable infrastructure has earned Alpharetta – “Technology City of the South" – national acclaim.…