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    President, Castellucci Hospitality Group Of all the recipes used in his family’s restaurants, Fred Castellucci holds the recipe for success closest. He has thrived by staying true to his roots and formulating a philosophy around what sincere hospitality means. Innovation is essential, but it is also important to maintain a connection to the past. As ...
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    The sun is out, temperatures are rising and it’s time to refresh your surroundings for spring. Four Atlanta DIYers share easy tips and tricks for breathing new life into your living space… Mild though they may be compared to many corners of our country, Atlanta winters still pack in their fair share of dull and ...
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    Head over heels for aerial Arts. he first time I saw aerial arts in action was at Cirque du Soleil, where a couple was performing contemporary dance movements about 15 feet in the air, holding up their body weight using only one set of aerial silks. I was fascinated by the level of strength that ...
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    At The Cooking School at Irwin Streeet, pasta-making skills come with a side of humble pie A dull ache is pulsing through my forearms, fingers and shoulders, and a strand of hair that’s freed itself from my ponytail floats tauntingly in my face. “Come on, guys! Who’s gonna get it first?” teases a voice from ...
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    Use your Sherlockian senses to solve the locked room mystery. So let’s say you’re at home in your apartment and need to head out. You’ve got your phone, your wallet, your purse…but not your keys. Where. Are. Those. Keys? you think, as you slowly go room to room, retracing your steps. Then, something in your ...
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    Floral and event designer James Hurley expands his Ansley Park shop and branches out into interior design. For anyone who’s kept up to date on the cinematic goings on in this city, James Hurley’s designs have most likely crossed into view. In the eight years he’s been here, Hurley has become a fixture on television ...