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Our publisher is a grandfather! Jim Newman's gorgeous daughter, Lauren and her husband Mario Rials, proudly welcomed a baby girl, Brixton Rials. Jim is thrilled, though we just can't imagine how such a young guy could possibly have a grandbaby! Welcome to the Lifestyle Publications family, sweet Brixton.

historic brookhaven Candlelight Tour of Homes

Have you ever driven through Historic Brookhaven and been taken aback by the beautiful landscape and architecture? You may have even found yourself wondering if you were still in the heart of a city known for its traffic and high rises. Now, your curiosity can be cured with a ticket to the Historic Brookhaven Candlelight Tour of Homes on Thursday,…


Since 1998, the 2015 Lincoln Navigator continues to scratch that itch for motorists who desire a luxury SUV geared towards providing an almost regal, king-of-the-road experience. The carmaker happily boasts “improved utility, craftsmanship and comfort,” and the difference is certainly noticeable. Its heightened efficiency in ’15 raises eyebrows as well; this model possesses a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6 heart which packs…

Fashion and Fundraising

For 23 years, Atlanta's most beautiful and generous flank the runway at Jeffrey Fashion Cares, raising funds for Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta and Atlanta AIDS Fund, held this year at Phipps Plaza. Photography Ben Rose

Movies By Moonlight

The summer outdoor movie series by Leadership Sandy Springs opened with "Big Hero 6" on the lawn of Sandy Springs United Methodist Church Activities Center, with features concessions, games, giveaways, and food trucks. Photography Anne Boatwright

October 2015 Around Town

The Ovarian Cancer Institute will host “A Modern Approach to Ovarian Cancer” event at B’nai Torah at 7 p.m., October 29. The lecture will be given by Dr. Benedict Benigno, author of The Ultimate Guide to Ovarian Cancer, Founder and CEO of The Ovarian Cancer Institute and Northside Hospital’s Director of Gynecologic Oncology. Following the presentation will be the Q&A…

Small Subjects

Photographers have a unique view of the world. They see things we don’t see and gracefully capture subtle smiles, gestures and personality galore. Lifestyle Publications invited Atlanta’s hottest photographers who spend their days working with children and pets, to share their favorite images and explain how they manage to tame the cranky, feisty and fun!

Waiting for Schnapps

Pets were taken so seriously in my household growing up that my dad would refer to one dog as his “number two son.” I hope that meant I was number one.

Heavenly (Dog) Bed

Americans own more than 62 million dogs, according to the Travel Industry Association, and 29 million of them bring their pets when they travel. That means that hotels, including many in the Perimeter area, not only accept pets but welcome them with open arms, comfortable beds and treats.

Dunwoody’s First Dogs

If you’ve ever wondered what a “dog person” was, spend a few minutes with Dunwoody Mayor Mike Davis and his wife Mary Pat Davis. Davis may help govern the city of Dunwoody, but it is clear Butternut and Daisy, their beloved 9-year old Pooschon sister pooches rule the roost at home.

Cheering For Children is Their Passion

Lawrence and Riley Kasmen are relentless advocates for children, talking often with friends and family about ways they can keep our youth safe from physical and sexual abuse. One of the best resources they have encountered is the Stewards of Children prevention training, presented by the Georgia Center for Child Advocacy (GCCA). The Kasmens hosted a prevention training at their…

Museum Makeover:

Anticipation is building as the Children’s Museum of Atlanta lays the groundwork for its massive renovation. The $8.2 million project, set to be completed in late 2015, will add two new exhibits, a 3,000-square-foot mezzanine level, permanent performance space, enhanced learning zones with state-of-the art technology and many other upgrades to existing spaces that will completely transform the experience for…