Model Resident

Photography by Warwick Saint

Model Resident

by Michael B. Dougherty | Angeleno magazine | September 26, 2011

Milla Jovovich just can’t understand why you’re shocked. “I’ve had a really great, really long, diverse career, but I feel like people are still constantly surprised that I’m good at something,” says Jovovich, admittedly a bit loopy from the cold medicine she took just prior to our conversation.

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Fresh Faces

09.12.11

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Fashion’s Little Secret

There’s a well-edited men’s selection at Gregory’s.

Fashion’s Little Secret

by Emily L. Foley | Jezebel magazine | August 31, 2011

In the fashion world, there’s an unspoken, yet deeply rooted spirit of competition. Celebs are in a mad dash to wear designer styles, but so, too, are everyday Atlantans, who are equally eager to work a new look that no one has ever seen. Lucky for you, being first and being noticed is the specialty of Gregory’s.

And the Bands Played On...

Peter Conlon photo by Alex Martinez

And the Bands Played On...

by Austin Holt | Jezebel magazine | August 31, 2011

“There’s a tremendous value of [festivals] to the city,” says Music Midtown forefather Peter Conlon, recalling the impact MM had on the city—100,000 tickets sold (by year two) to a global audience. “It became one of the biggest festivals in the world, and was even the precursor to a lot of them. The guys from Austin City Limits and Bonnaroo came, walked around and got some of their ideas from us.”

Put Art Into It

Steamed clams with ham

Put Art Into It

by Stephanie Davis Smith | Jezebel magazine | August 31, 2011

Art Smith is a celebrichef. He hobnobs with Dr. Oz, guest-stars as a judge on Top Chef and, because of Oprah’s undying devotion to his fried chicken, he has Hollywood hankering for his below-the-Mason-Dixon-Line delights. But despite all the glitterati, at his heart, he’s just a down-home boy. At the end of this month, he’ll bring his nouveau brand of country cuisine to Atlanta when his newest restaurant, Southern Art and Bourbon Bar, opens at the InterContinental Buckhead in the former Au Pied de Cochon space.

Comeback Diva

Norwood portrait by Derek Blanks

Comeback Diva

by Emily L. Foley | Jezebel magazine | August 31, 2011

In the mid to late ’90s, the multitalented Brandy Norwood—known predominantly by her first name only—was everywhere. She was the star of her own sitcom, Moesha, and was an R&B hit machine, selling millions of records. Now, after years of being out of the public eye, the 32-year-old single mother is blazing new musical and television territory on the comeback trail—like only she could.

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Bridal Blues

08.31.11

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