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]

Richard Greene, A Quiet Storm

As an entertainment-prenuer, Richard Greene AKA “Rich Greene” has gained priceless knowledge in just about all forms of the entertainment industry. He credits his experiences both good and bad for shaping him and helping him grow. The execut... [Read More]
July 12, 2021

Shaquin Thomas Shares Her Soul with ‘Soul to Table Catering’

Meet Shaquin Thomas of McDonough, GA. This single mother of three never planned to end up working as a personal chef and caterer with her own business, much less full time…    …but let’s backtrack and start at the beginning of ... [Read More]
July 10, 2021

For the Tiny Humans and Those that Love Them

Hailey Bankhead is a thirteen-year-old businesswoman, sports lover and compassionate human being, among other things. She is also a survivor of childhood cancer. A month after Hailey turned five, her mother, Heather, had taken her to the urgent ... [Read More]
July 10, 2021

Jasmine Bowls is P.R.O.O.F. There is No Lack of Resources, but Instead, a Lack of Access

Jasmine Bowles refers to herself as a “first-generation ATLian”, who moved to Clayton County with her parents in the first grade. This move would prove to be a turning point in her life, cementing her in the surrounding community and leading to ... [Read More]
May 2, 2021

Be Ready So You Don’t Have to Get Ready

As a registered nurse, Tracee Coleman has seen more than her fair share of Coronavirus related fatalities. Her tales and experiences have been made up of life, career and financial lessons we can all learn from as people and members of a community. ... [Read More]
April 14, 2021

The Weight of the Crown that I Wear

The night before I chopped off my hair, I got nervous.This decision felt bigger than me, given all the weight that Black women’s hair carries. But after three months of wearing hats and scarves in a pandemic when trips to the hairdresser felt ... [Read More]
January 3, 2021

Remote Learning Today and Tomorrow

A little less than a year ago, your children grabbed their books, lunches, and jackets before running down the street to catch the school bus. Today, many students scramble out of bed ten minutes before class begins and take a seat at the kitchen ... [Read More]
January 3, 2021

Mrs. Georgia Universal, Tamara Braxton is Every Woman!

It’s not every day that one gets to sit down with a beauty queen and talk about everything from relationships to god and everything in between. Tamara Braxton, AKA Mrs. Georgia Universal, spent a little time with South Atlanta Magazine and shared ... [Read More]
January 3, 2021

Celebrating the Legacy of Lucy Huie

No matter where you go in Clayton County, you are liable to find the name Huie inscribed onto a building, plaque or mentioned in some way as a part of the county’s history. MRS. LUCY CLINE HUIE OWNS A SIGNIFICANT role in that history and ... [Read More]
October 20, 2020