In 1951, Macon, GA native William Segal launched a men’s lifestyle publication so unique, it’s still unlike anything we see today. Although it only lasted until 1957 after 22 issues, Gentry magazine’s exceptional quality in content and photographs not only reflected, but influenced the culture of its time, covering men’s attire, food, literature, art, automobiles and the outdoors.
Even for the most romantically challenged, it’s not too difficult to put together a memorable date this time of year. Lights, music, fireplaces, evergreen, traditional food and drink – the sights, sounds and tastes of the Christmas season set the atmosphere, you just have to seize the moment.
When Matt Arnett moved into an old neighborhood grocery store on Home Street in Grant Park he realized he had a spacious area ideal for a gathering. So he threw an impromptu house show with a few friends, which led to an underground music club now known as Grocery On Home.
Each year as the temperatures drop and the trees change color, heaps of fall festivals begin cropping up. While some are more obvious than others, sometimes it’s worth taking a step off the beaten path.