Settle in for a long winter’s read-fest. Here are the latest recommendations from Jennifer Puryear of Bacon on the Bookshelf.
Atlanta Art & Music
Whether it be a painting, a ballet or a song, all art penetrates the soul like nothing else. You may be most inspired walking through Atlanta art galleries and seeking out new or established artists, listening to music at a city-wide concert or private venue, or perhaps seeing an opera or the newest ballet. Take time to embrace Atlanta's rich art scene as it's pretty amazing.
Get in the true Halloween spirit with one (or all) of these spooky podcasts that will surely send a chill down your spine!
Jennifer Puryear, our favorite bookworm to consult, is back with five new books to read this fall (plus a few bonus picks!). Take a look at her recommendations for Fall 2018!
In this edition of SB Hot List, we’re sharing a new beauty trend, a movie to see this weekend, a few pairs of shoes we can’t stop wearing and everything else on the StyleBlueprint team members’ radars now.
There’s no better time than summer, with vacations on the calendar and a slightly slower pace, to indulge in a great book. Today, Jennifer Puryear is back with another batch of fabulous books to enjoy this season. Take a look at her top picks for summer 2018!
From art festivals to Digital Graffiti to theater performances and more, the South’s coastal towns are full of cultural experiences worth traveling for. Plan your next road trip using this four-stop guide to see it all!
Like any good friend would, we are giving you the gift of a good book. StyleBlueprint staff members suggest their must-read books to add to your collection — just in time for summer travel season!
As spring — and spring break — approach, it’s time to stock up on some reading material. Here’s a fresh new batch of spring books to add to your reading list.
It’s an ancient form of communication, and storytelling is still very much alive and well. Find out why it’s still so relevant — as well as where you can hear some of the best storytellers around! Image: StorytellingCenter.net
One Memphis woman decides to host a home concert, and it snowballs into a local phenomenon called Folk All Y’all.