Sunday, May 12, 2013
Grand Champion’s Milton location has been open for almost a year.
Milton Grand Champion BBQ owners Robert Owens and Gregory Vivier have been awarded the second best BBQ joint in Atlanta in the May edition of Atlanta Magazine. According to a press release, Atlanta Magazine’s food writer Bill Addison spent the better part of the past four months researching the best BBQ in the Atlanta area. "Sometimes the student surpasses the master. Such is the case with Robert Owens," Addison wrote. "A particular focus was the Milton location of GCQ, with a lot of natural sunlight [and] the crème brulee of pulled pork." Grand Champion’s Milton location has been open for almost a year and is happy to be a part of such a fast growing and close knit community, say owners. Live music on the patio will start in May and will …
Sunday, December 30, 2012
Atlanta Magazine picked the salon, which opened in April 2012.
Sunday, December 30, 2012
The Mastery Experience and Salon was recently named by Atlanta Magazine as The Best New Hair Salon in Atlanta. The salon's Arlene Lyons said since its opening in April 2012, The Mastery has quietly built a reputation for its exceptional customer experience built around a custom shampoo massage, called The ReLuxe, based on an Asian five-count massage technique designed specifically for The Mastery by a leading professional massage therapist. Atlanta Magazine in honoring The Mastery Salon described the experience this way: “Gliding past crystal chandeliers and slate walls to a row of shampoo bowls, we settled in for the absolute best scalp massage to the soundtrack of a rolling thunderstorm.” The Mastery, which co-houses a master level …
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Five of the top high schools ranked by Atlanta Magazine are in North Fulton.
Alpharetta and Milton high schools were among the top 10 best in metro Atlanta, according to Atlanta Magazine's annual list. Ten Fulton County high schools were highlighted in Atlanta Magazine’s annual list of best high schools. The “School Guide 2012,” which is featured in the January 2012 edition, is on newsstands now. Shannon Kursey, principal of Alpharetta High, said the magazine's recognition shows the school is doing its jobs. “Our teachers work hard each day to support the academic achievement of our students, and it is always extremely gratifying to be recognized for student success," Kersey said. "Atlanta Magazine’s recognition is more evidence that we are achieving our school’s mission of excellence in academics, arts, athletics …