Between the city’s passion and tireless hospitality, there could be no other home for our second chapter…


Baker’s Dozen Extra: Holmes’ Chef Taylor Interview

Fresh out of the 12 for 12 Kitchen, host Adam Voss dishes with Restaurant Holmes’ executive chef and owner/operator, Taylor Neary, on taking chances and going for all-in on his vision for his eclectic Alpharetta eatery. You better bring your appetite!

Baker’s Dozen Extra: NAMM 2018

Our marketing geek chases his rockstar dreams to NAMM 2018 in the latest Baker’s Dozen Extra. A fan-centric celebration of all things music, NAMM brings together thousands of cool brands and enthusiasts for four days of education, expo, and rock n’ roll.

Baker’s Dozen Extra: A view from CES

Some of the country’s best brands converge on Vegas each year as part of the Consumer Electronics Show. Offering a glimpse into the future, CES is full of tech, taste-makers, and–this year–our own Adam Voss.

ATL Boomtown

More than 5.7 million people call the 5-county metro area home, making Atlanta the 9th largest US city. It’s the fourth-fastest growing metro area in the country and is expected to add another 2 million residents by 2046.



No one in Atlanta actually calls it “Hotlanta.” Instead, locals refer to the South’s largest city as simply “the ATL.”


There are two types of people who live in Atlanta: those who live ITP (inside the perimeter) and those who live OTP (outside the perimeter). And for many, identifying as an ITP-er or an OTP-er says worlds about your lifestyle.


If you come to Atlanta, you must #RiseUp in support of hometown NFL favorite, the Falcons. The Super Bowl contenders (yes, it’s still too soon) move to Mercedes Benz stadium for the 2018 season where they will host Super Bowl LII in February 2019.


SunTrust Park, new home of the Atlanta Braves, is the perfect marriage of classic ballpark feel, modern amenities and Southern hospitality, creating a fan experience unlike any other. An intimate setting of the park’s 41,000 seats was designed to maximize sightlines, making each seat feel like the “best in the house.”