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  Photographing for Living Intown magazine takes us through the city on different assignments.  Shooting local chocolatiers for the publication in the past has come very handy in recommending some spots in which you can pick up beautiful chocolates and confections this Valentine’s Day. We particularly like these vendors because of the quality and detail […]

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The Graveyard Tavern in East Atlanta Village hosted a launch party for Baron Samedi, a brand of rum inspired by the Haitian Vodou spirit. Believed to be a spirit of the dead in Haitian lore, Baron Samedi is well known for his disruptive behavior and fondness of rum and folly.The dark, amber colored libation is […]

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Spring is almost here! And with it comes warmer weather,  we desire to get outdoors and enjoy it. AEP could not think of a better place for you to enjoy the warm weather than Atlanta’s BeltLine.The sustainable redevelopment project consists of a network of public parks, trails and transit along a historic 22-mile railroad corridor. The BeltLine circles downtown […]

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For the seventh year in a row, Gas South invited over 50 families of children with special needs to the Philips Arena to experience the magic of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Show. The children were treated to a pre-show that allowed them to interact with clowns, animals and performers before the main event. […]

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It’s common knowledge that most Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields are male-dominated. In an effort to promote gender diversity within the software engineering field, Alexa Glick created Codess in March 2013. Codess is a community established for female engineers, sponsored by Microsoft, to explore ways to promote gender diversity in the field of engineering.Glick […]

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