Sponsored by the St. Regis Atlanta and hosted at the Atlanta Polo Club with food by Murphy’s, Sun in My Belly and others, the event featured a polo match and live auction. Kelsey Hollis, Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen, was in attendance.
Wow! Time really does fly, whether you’re having fun or not. Well, as much as I have fun in just about everything I do, it’s not that much fun to hand over one of my most prized possessions: South Fulton Lifestyle Magazine. Yep, I said it. My time here has come to an end. This is where you start crying and ask someone around you for a tissue. I have mine right here. The good news is that I’m leaving you in great hands, with an experienced publisher and notable speaker that is going to take you guys to the next level: Mrs. Alonia Jones. You’ll learn more about her in the pages to follow. And I’m not going far. Because of our success at South Fulton Lifestyle Magazine, I’ve accepted a corporate position with Lifestyle Publications. I will be leading the effort to help grow the company, assisting new publishers across the nation to execute their dream of publishing and owning their publications.
When you turn the pages of South Fulton Lifestyle Magazine, you experience class, distinction and sophistication. This “exclusive, upscale” brand is not by accident. The woman behind the scenes, Publisher Michelle Willis, is strategic about what you experience when you encounter the front cover and what is portrayed on each page.
Tasha.René is an artist with a deep commitment to lyrical honesty and musical integrity. Creativity flows from her pen and her lips as she transports you from genre to genre, singing about the most intimate, defining and critical moments of her life. Captivating audiences with real-life and love scenarios and proving that being a Christian isn’t boring, Tasha.René started singing at the tender age of 3. It began with a solo in church, and the rest is history!
MOSAIC Moon is a family owned and operated business built and run with heart and soul, as is evident in every aspect of the organization, including its name. “MOSAIC” is an acronym for Maintaining the Onus of Synergy, Authenticity and Independence in our Community, and “Moon” was the nickname of Owner Sabrina Player’s late husband who lost his battle with brain cancer.
The Atlanta Music Project is a nonprofit providing intensive, tuition-free music education for underserved youth right in their neighborhood. The organization was inspired by the El Sistema movement that has its origins in Venezuela. In 1975, Jose Antonio Abreu founded El Sistema (“the system”) in Venezuela to teach Venezuela’s impoverished to play instruments and participate in youth orchestras around the country. Ultimately, El Sistema became a transformative tool for youth to improve their socioeconomic status, stay away from crime and for some, become professional musicians and teachers. In 2009, Abreu was awarded a TED prize and partnered with the New England Conservatory to establish the Sistema Fellows Program, a training program for “gifted young musicians, passionate about their art and social justice and dedicated to bringing El Sistema to the United States and other countries.” Dantes Rameau, AMP’s co-founder and executive director, and Aisha Moody, co-founder and director of AMP’s choir program, are both graduates of the Sistema Fellows Program.
The philanthropic arm of the Nu Lambda Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. presented the annual Pink Pizzazz gala “Enchanted Pink Pearls Under the Sea” at the Oceans Ballroom at the Georgia Aquarium. The foundation’s signature fundraising event’s proceeds supported the chapter’s academic scholarships and community initiatives.
This is an exciting time in our neighborhood. Please get involved with the creation of the new city and don’t forget to vote on or before March 21. SFL will continue to cover the entire South Fulton area, including but not limited to the new city, along with South Atlanta, Hapeville, East Point, College Park, Union City and Chattahoochee Hills and the communities of Cascade, Ben Hill and Sandtown.
Eat Healthy & Regularly: Time management is extremely important to any successful entrepreneur, so you have to pre-plan if you want to eat healthy and regularly. Prep meals for the week on Sunday, make green smoothies for breakfast on the go, ALWAYS pack healthy snacks and don’t forget your daily vitamin!
In 2016, 21% of U.S. workers said they were very confident they would have enough money for a comfortable retirement. This percentage was about the same in 2015 and represents a big increase in confidence from the 13% of workers who reported feeling confident about their retirement savings in 2013, when many Americans were struggling to recover from the Great Recession.1
Q: How did you think of the TOYT dispenser and its catchy name? Give a history of the product and your business.
Uterine fibroids are often a huge nightmare for women who experience them. They are most commonly seen in women between thirty and fifty. These hard and firm benign tumors can cause heavy periods, abdominal and/or pelvic pain, and increased urinary frequency.
Georgia Tech Women’s Basketball Jacket2Jacket Reading Program is an initiative created with the partnership of the WNBA Atlanta Dream. The longstanding program was refreshed last year, thanks to a program sponsorship from Georgia United Credit Union! This competitive reading program for elementary and middle school students in the Atlanta area is designed to encourage children to learn through reading. The program originated during Coach MaChelle Joseph’s tenure, born from her desire to use her platform to encourage reading in Metro Atlanta Schools. The program is be held in conjunction with the start of Women’s Basketball season.
“FAMEousJ was born out of self-care. I had a demanding job at the time and wanted a way to relax after work,” explains founder Chanel Jaali, who taught herself to crochet with no particular outcome in mind; she certainly didn’t think of starting a business! After a short while, Chanel began experimenting with different patterns and decided to make a bow tie. She was so proud of it that she posted it on Instagram. Someone made a comment asking if it was for sale.
With more than 3,800 exhibitors at CES, the world’s largest tradeshow for consumer electronics, choosing just one sample of the “Best in Tech” to share is not easy. Here you’ll find a few major trends that you’ll be seeing in 2017 and the best in class products.
First, the smartphone is getting more affordable! Look for phones with more features at lower prices. Second, coding and programming will be accessible for everyone. If you know your colors and can draw, you can code robots. Finally, the Smart Home will improve your life. From our beds to the appliances we cook on, there’s an app for that!