A FAMILY LOVE By Griffin Nelson | Photos By Evermore Photo Co. There’s something about home cooking that adds an extra special element to a dish and the dining experience. Perhaps it’s the extra love served up in recipes that have been handed down from generation to generation, practiced hands that understand that there’s more…Read More
The holiday season is upon us – a time when our thoughts turn to family, friends and gift-giving. We wanted to share a few of our favorite finds when searching for gifts for our loved ones. CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR GIFT GUIDE DIGITAL FLIP BOOK — Photo by Dzenina Lukac on PexelsRead More
As you complete your holiday lists, please consider gifts to the following local charities that offer worthwhile and much needed services to our community. Whether in honor or in memory of a loved one, or simply as a part of your annual charitable giving, a gift to one of these worthy organizations will help enhance…Read More
By Jennifer McKee | Photos by Max Eremine A passion for vintage goods is in Lindsay Short’s blood. Short is the force behind Mother Lode Athens, an 8,000-square-foot space with more than 40 vendors specializing in all things vintage, from clothing and accessories to furniture and toys. Short’s parents were avid thrifters, and when…Read More
By Jennifer McKee | Photos courtesy of Love.Craft Athens More than 80% of people with disabilities are unemployed and unengaged in their community. Love.Craft Athens’ mission is to reverse that number and to create a more inclusive community, welcoming developmentally disabled adults into its art, music and job skills programs. It’s the perfect time…Read More
By Jim Garvey | Photos by Mark Albertin Atlanta was good to Erik and Karin Vonk. Since moving there from the Netherlands in 1976, Erik enjoyed success in international banking and business, and Karin, his wife, received her Executive Master of Business Administration from Emory University. The couple moved out of town to Powder Springs,…Read More
While we love the Dawgs, Athens is much more than just a college town. It's filled with interesting people and businesses that are proud to call the Classic City home. It's these stories we'll tell in Athens Magazine. It's your city and this will be your magazine.