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    Fetch Park & Ice House STORY: Karon Warren PHOTOS: Stephen Payne CAUSE: Enduring Hearts, which funds research to increase the longevity and quality of life for pediatric heart transplant recipients After opening Fetch Park & Ice House in the Old Fourth Ward, business partners Garrett Reynolds (right) and Stephen Ochs (left) didn’t take long to ...
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    Founders of Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q STORY: Karon Warren PHOTOS: Stephen Payne CAUSE: Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Jonathan and Justin Fox of Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q in Little Five Points have always looked for ways to give back, and they have chosen Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) as one of their primary causes. One way they support ...
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    Owner & Baker, Little Tart Bakeshop STORY: Karon Warren PHOTOS: Stephen Payne CAUSES: Planned Parenthood Southeast, The Giving Kitchen, Community Farmers Markets, Wholesome Wave, No Kid Hungry, Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES), American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) For nearly a decade, Sarah O’Brien of Grant Park has searched for ways ...
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    These notable personalities are giving back to their communities in a big way STORY: Karon Warren PHOTOS: Stephen Payne The holiday season provides a great time to reconnect with family and friends, and celebrate the important things in life: love, laughter and kindness. It also reminds us that not everyone is as fortunate as others, ...
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    Chief development officer, Technology Association of Georgia STORY: Karon Warren PHOTOS: Stephen Payne CAUSES: Atlanta Community Food Bank, Junior League of Atlanta, University of Georgia College of Education, Atlanta Track Club, United Way Streets to Home As a lifelong resident of Atlanta, Cara Turano Snow, who now lives in Old Fourth Ward, continually seeks ways ...
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    See how one Virginia-Highland couple combined fun and funky with traditional touches When Paul Leonard’s work as an environmental water consultant brought him to Atlanta from Baltimore in 1995, he and his wife, Julie, and their two children lived in a small apartment in Inman Park. However, they soon began house hunting and found their ...
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    See how one couple turned their traditional, Morningside Tudor into a family-friendly haven In 2010, when pediatric orthopedic surgeon Nick Fletcher told his wife, Jena, they would be moving from Dallas, Texas, to Atlanta so he could take a new job, she wasn’t exactly thrilled. “Atlanta was not on my short—or long—list [of choices]. I’d ...
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    See how one Midtown couple created a family-friendly home without sacrificing style In 2001, when then-bachelor Michael Coble decided to move intown from Alpharetta and reduce his work commute, he had no idea where to look for a new house. “I didn’t even know Midtown existed, to be honest with you,” he says. “I was ...