Readers’ Choice Awards Winners

6,500 readers voted and we proudly announced the winners of the 2017 Readers' Choice Awards at a fabulous party at The Metropolitan Club.  More than 400 readers, nominees, winners and guests enjoyed food from our favorite local restaurants and sponsors generously gave support to Hire Heroes USA. Photography Christy Lee

Fired Up

 John Scroggin likes it hot.  2800 degrees, to be exact.   As a blacksmith, Jack heats steel and iron in his fire-fueled forge to a clay-like state so he can move it, mold it and work it into shapes he creates for tools, historically accurate hardware and cool household items like bespoke fireplace tools, scrolled wine racks and branded bottle openers.

Mac and Cheese with Heart

Tony Manns was born to be a chef. Growing up in Atlanta, he loved hanging out in the kitchen with his mother and grandmother as a child, watching them prepare a feast every Sunday. He is executive chef at Alpharetta’s Salt Factory Pub. Some of his fondest memories are sitting at the family dinner table and diving into his favorite…

Hello Alpharetta

We are still reeling from the success of our 2017 Readers' Choice Awards party last month.

March 2018 Around Town

On Tuesday, March 20, Aesthetic Specialty Centre – Plastic Surgery & Dermatology will be hosting a “Ladies Night Out” from 6 – 8 p.m. to introduce the newest products and treatments available for 2018 for the face and body. Join Dr. Marc Yune, Dr. Raven Elosiebo-Walker and their team for wine, light bites, swag bags, incentive pricing, mini consultants, drawings for products…

Magic Spells

When someone you love is sick, don’t you wish you had a magic wand to cast out the pain, dismiss the germs forever and banish the bad news?

Readers’ Choice Awards

party celebrated with tastings from our favorite local restaurants who believe that community comes first. Tito's Vodka, Four Roses Bourbon and Pop’s Wine & Spirits sponsored a cocktail hour. Cheers to all the winners. Photography Nicole Stephens & Christy Lee

Thoroughly Mod

In this Cumming Street renovation, the architect and homeowners created a magical connection between a family-friendly interior and the green outdoors. They chose large windows and French doors to provide pleasing views from every room to the wooded backyard with old-growth trees and a stream. The house’s character changed from a typical 1960’s ranch (dark, low ceilings, sparse windows, long halls,…

Clean Now, List Later

7 Tips To Get Your Home Ready To Sell – from Rhonda Shell Real Estate