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Issue #24 - All About Them!

ADVERTISING DEADLINE MARCH 8, 2019

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All About THem

Issue #24 - “All About Them” - publishes March 12, 2019

The Pew Research Center defines Millennials as those currently ages 24 to 39. We don’t buy into the ridiculous stereotypes of this generation as ‘lazy’ or ‘self-absorbed.’ But we know they can take a joke so we’re messing with them by calling this issue “All About Them.” In March we will shine the light on these inspiring young professionals who live in and/or work in Roswell. We will do this in three parts: Awards for top the 10 local Millennials; Entire issue of the magazine devoted to them; Cocktail reception to celebrate them!

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Cover Story: RESTAURANTS

All photos provided courtesy of Roswell Inc by Angie Webb | www.angiewebbphotographs.com

From chef specials to local favorites, we will enjoy all of the delicious and diverse culinary experiences that Roswell has to offer during 2019 Roswell Restaurant Week, in which each year we deliberately celebrate the city’s finest culinary experiences from January 24 to February 2, 2019. For the fifth consecutive year, the event will be presented by Roswell Inc, the economic and business development organization for the City of Roswell.

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CULTURe - THE ARTS & HISTORY

Public art initiatives, private art galleries, a performance arts center, internationally renowned fine arts, exhibits and shows, professional and starving artists - Roswell is a melting pot for Makers. The City has made the deliberate commitment to preserving her history. Boasting a 640 acre historic district, our community truly is the only community in North Atlanta so committed to remembering our roots.

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Leisure + recreation

Roswell is special - one of our stand-out selling points is our intentional commitment to our natural world. With over 900 acres of parks, the Chattahoochee River, hiking trails and biking initiatives, there is no better place to live for endless outdoor activities. We've won awards for our commitment to environmental conservation and were named the first bicycle friendly city in the state of Georgia. 

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Food & Drink

There is no logical reason to venture outside Roswell to dine - we have almost 200 restaurants within our 2 zip codes with every variety of cuisine one could crave. Our palates are pleased by the numerous chef-driven menus at restaurants on Canton Street and around the historic district, as well as the numerous locally-owned bakeries, cafes, wine bars, seafood, contemporary American and more... #eatlocal -

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