Rustic Coastal for the Win

A contrasting combination of wood and stone brings a rustic coastal look to this round coffee table from Sonoma. Available at Stock & Trade Design Co., the neutral colors make it flexible with different palettes, while the patterned wood base adds visual appeal and lightness. Details: 42”d x 18”h, $798. 1357 Collier Rd. NW.,

Meet Michelle Middlebrooks: Fire Battalion Chief and Wonder Woman

Michelle Middlebrooks standing in her fire uniform in front of a red Atlanta fire truck

Michelle Middlebrooks, 49, is a Battalion Chief for the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department (AFRD). Atlanta born and raised, she has been with the AFRD for over 20 years and held her current position for almost two. She is only the fourth female in the department to have held the position. Posted at Station 21 on […]

Jazz Night at The Breman Museum

SEP 14-DEC 31 The Breman Museum – A Jazz Memoir: Photography by Herb Snitzer Free Explore the virtual exhibition of photographer Herb Snitzer’s fabulous photos of America’s jazz scene from the mid-50s to the mid-60s, featuring portraits of icons like Duke Ellington, Nina Simone and John Coltrane. Website:

Shop For A Cause

Shop for a good cause at Buckhead Christian Ministry’s THRIFTique. The store carries dresses, shirts, scarves and more from some of your favorite brands—at prices that give back. Current hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Masks and temperature checks are required. Details: 800 Miami Cir. NE., Ste. 160.

Out of the Darkness

The Georgia Out of the Darkness Experience was hosted by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Georgia Chapter on Sunday, November 8. Residents across the state, from Buckhead to Bainbridge, walked to raise awareness about suicide prevention.In 2019, 5,000 people took part and together they raised just over $500,000. Details:

Michele Stumpe: Conservationist and Humanitarian

Michele Stumpe and husband standing in front of african safari

Animal lover and humanitarian don’t begin to describe Michele Stumpe, 52, who has put decades into passion projects that serve our local community as well as wildlife and impoverished communities in Africa. An accomplished attorney, she also does pro bono work for multiple charities and was recently named Best Self Atlanta‘s Give-Back Award Winner. Q: […]

LaAmistad’s Enrichment Program

LaAmistad’s mission is to prepare Latino students and families for success through academic and life enrichment programs. Their after school program is providing tutoring and homework help for students grades 2 through 12 via ZOOM. You can volunteer to help children with any of their classwork, all done virtually at home. Visit their site for […]

Fighting Food Scarcity with Foraged Fruit

Check out Concrete Jungle’s “A Foraged Fruit Cookbook” featuring foraged-food recipes from residents of all walks of life. All proceeds benefit Concrete Jungle, a local non-profit led by Buckhead native, Katherine Kennedy, that transforms overlooked and underutilized fruit trees and land into year-round food sources for food banks, shelters and people in need. Details:

Fight Hunger with Open Hand Atlanta

Hunger and food insecurity in Atlanta have only worsened with COVID-19. You can help fight back hunger by volunteering with Open Hand Atlanta, a local nonprofit that provides nearly 5,000 healthy meals each day around the city. They have contactless, safe, in-person volunteering opportunities to help drive and deliver meals across town from their headquarters […]

Holiday Classics at the Drive-In

On the second full weekend in December, Livable Buckhead in partnership with the Buckhead Village will be hosting holiday drive-in movies. Grab the family, grab a meal from neighboring restaurants, then take in a screening of holiday classics like “Elf”, “Home Alone”, “A Christmas Story” or “Love Actually.” Spots are limited, so advance ticket purchases […]