South Atlanta Magazine

Motorama and National Lampoon's Christmas!

It may not currently be the Christmastime season, but movie buffs and holiday-film fans across the country will have a perfectly reasonable excuse to re-watch the yuletide classic “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” over the next month or so in anticipation of seeing in-person one of the most notable elements of the gut-busting 1989 comedy that ... [Read More]

Out Together in Peachtree City with Mayoral Candidate Nick Ferrante, His Top Priority is Conserving the Magic

When you listen to Nick Ferrante describe his city, you instantly get the feeling that he’s just a guy that loves his hometown and believes that decency shouldn’t be the goal but the least we can do.    “When I was a kid growing ... [Read More]
July 8, 2021

It Works, The Real Secret to Obtaining Desirable Possessions

If  you  know what you want you can have it and this short book (super long magazine article) can show you how!Dear Reader:    The great possessions of life are all GIFTS mysteriously bestowed: sight, hearing, aspiration, love or ... [Read More]
July 3, 2021

Being Kind; Your Way to Peace, Abundant Living, and Wholeness

Kindness is an ideal that is easily accessible to all of us. We all know that a small kindness can make our journeys lighter and more enjoyable. Even bringing an instance of kindness to mind can put a smile on your face days or weeks later or ... [Read More]
July 2, 2021

Turning Anger Into Love, the Incredible Journey of Reginald Scandrett to Henry County Sheriff

Reginald Scandrett grew up an angry young man. The youngest of four siblings. He was angry at his father for abandoning his family. Angry that his mother was forced to raise four kids on her own. He was angry because he never had enough food to ... [Read More]
May 21, 2021

Under 40 Spotlight

TaQuonda HillServant LeaderTaQuonda Hill’s contribution to community can be described as Servant Leadership. She serves as president & CEO of Charm & Company, serves on the Board of Directors for the Change Management Institute, she is ... [Read More]
May 2, 2021

More Than Makeup, with Tiffiny “BeautyStarr” Bryant

Spiritually, for some, makeup is a cover-up, which means that makeup covers the deep emotional pain that women sometimes feel. We as women are constantly pushing through, often ignoring how we feel, always putting other’s needs before our own”, ... [Read More]
May 2, 2021

Introducing Adeana Berry, A Savvy Artist

Adeana (pronounced Uhdeanuh) has always loved creating art.  “All my life- I’ve had to draw, or paint.” Berry proudly states, expressing her love for art. “I’ve been creating art for as long as I can remember. I knew that I was an ... [Read More]
May 2, 2021

Eric Bell, The Activist

It’s in his blood, community activism, that is. Eric Bell is the grandson of Dr. Roy Charles Bell, the prominent dentist, and civil rights activist who helped open the doors to Grady Memorial Hospital so that African Americans could access proper ... [Read More]
May 1, 2021

Celebrating 50 Years of Service

Like many organizations in South Atlanta, if we look at the accomplishments of the past history of Southern Regional Medical Center (SRMC), we have much to be grateful for and much to look forward to for our community hospital. Now a part of the ... [Read More]
April 2, 2021