January 2013: High Schools


In honor of its quincentennial, here are four iconic Sunshine State vacations.
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Belinda Skelton · Ansley Wine Merchants · New stores for the New Year · Men’s shoes · A suburban white kitchen · Anna Griffin

My Brother’s Keeper
Identical twins William and Chris Cormier weathered lives of transience, financial woe, and run-ins with the law by relying on their preternatural bond. But when the body of a Florida journalist was found buried in their Winder backyard, that bond was seemingly broken.
By Tony Rehagen

Have You Dined at Ford’s Lately?
JCT Kitchen. The Optimist. No. 246. With his eyes now on Buckhead, Atlanta’s restaurateur of the moment gives up his recipe for success, explains why he’s not interested in “Top Chef,” and insists, “I am not building an empire.”
By Candice Dyer

Editor’s Note On the Falcons’ new stadium

Politics Neal Boortz retires from WSB radio and here comes Herman Cain
Made in Atlanta A local way to blast away dirt, grease, and grime
Entertainment Tyler Perry and Oprah join forces
Social Media Who tweeted J.R.?
College What’s next for HOPE?
Books Teresa Weaver asks Taylor Branch about The King Years
Music A primer on Justin Bieber’s past

Restaurant Review Duluth’s 678 fans the flames of Korean barbecue
Backstory Georgia trout’s daylong journey from pond to plate
Dining Scene Sommelier Justin Amick is more than just the scion of a famous restaurateur
Local Foods The joys of honey
Recipe Stacey Eames’s country-fried steak and gravy

Style Buckhead, polos, and KP MacLane
Travel Cayman Islands
Home Steve McKenzie’s modern handiwork

Hollis Gillespie On laughing gas

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