Cheers!

Perimeter North Lifestyle is proud to be a sponsor again for Polo in the Pines, a two-day festival honoring cancer survivors among us and raising funds for much-needed research while celebrating the great sport of polo here in the green Atlanta fields. When our lifestyle guru Sean O'Keefe came to us three years ago and suggested we collaborate with the…

October 2017 Around Town

Play It Again, Sam, the Notable Life of Sam Massell, Atlanta’s First Minority Mayor tells the life of this over-achiever from birth as a downtown Piedmont baby through Druid Hills childhood, college life, World War II service, and four careers. The author recites Massell’s mischief as a self-described “dead-end kid,” accompanies him in young adulthood when he struggles between pride…

Active JAX

With Delta’s non-stoppers to Jacksonville, Florida, you can pull out of your driveway at 8 a.m. and make it to a beach yoga class at noon, grab a smoothie for the road and spend the afternoon kayaking with manatees through the peaceful salt marshes Talbot Islands State Park. Plan on a few stops on the Jacksonville Ale Trail en route…

Quiet Escape

In the picturesque North Carolina mountains sits a town from the pages of a story book: Banner Elk. Every business boasts cottage windows and rustic wood; industrial buildings are pleasantly absent from view. A mountain backdrop, and the friendly presence of locals, draw visitors from far and wide. Only five hours from Atlanta, it may become your favorite mountain escape.

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…

A Dream (Kitchen) Come True

When Johns Creek resident Retta Clark walked into Sewell Appliance in Sandy Springs, she had no idea she would win a gorgeous new 36” Wolf range cooktop. She was one of many Lifestyle Publications readers who entered the giveaway just by stopping in to discuss kitchen renovation plans.

Fitness with Friends

We all know exercise is important for our health and well-being, but fitting it into our hectic schedules can seem like an exercise in futility. The key to making fitness an inherent part of our busy lives is making it convenient. No one understands this better than the experienced and encouraging fitness staff at the Marcus Jewish Community Center of…

Special Olympics Champ

For just over 5 years, Evan Hodge has been competing in Special Olympics Georgia. A member of Special Olympics Georgia Cobb County, the 28 year old has participated in Special Olympics Georgia’s State Games such as State Summer Games, State Fall Games, State Winter Games and the State Masters Bowling Tournament.

Meet Dr. Morgan

I grew up on my family’s dairy farm in rural Kentucky, where we also grew and harvested tobacco. We had an array of animals, which included Holstein dairy cows (you may be familiar with the breed as the Chick-fil-A cows), draft and pleasure horses, a mule to plow the tobacco fields, chickens, dogs and barn cats. I knew by the…

Meet Harrison Heath

Heath was traded to Atlanta United from Orlando City on Dec. 11, 2016. Heath joined Atlanta after spending the previous three seasons with Orlando City. He spent his youth career with the Houston Dynamo and Norwich City before signing with Orlando. Heath is the son of Minnesota United head coach Adrian Heath.

Taste the Tapas  

Get out of your ordinary burger-pizza-barbecue rut! Whether it’s date night or girls night out, Eclipse di Luna in Dunwoody is the place to be. It’s no wonder it’s consistently voted one of the top restaurants in Atlanta. Let the live Latin music offered nightly energize you as you nosh on authentic Spanish tapas and creative cocktails. Check out the…

Cheers and Beers

For die-hard fans, it rarely matters if your favorite Atlanta team is winning or losing--it’s always fun to catch a game with friends at a local restaurant or bar. Most sports fans would agree that as long as there is good food, cold drinks and plenty of televisions, they’re happy. Sandy Springs’ celebrated culinary scene is home to several noteworthy…

When Everything’s Different…Live Like Nothing’s Changed

Eight years ago, Lynn Wyatt’s whole world was turned upside down in a matter of two hours. The Sandy Springs resident and mother of a then 2 year old and 4 year old had just been diagnosed with breast cancer after her first mammogram at the age of 40.