February 2018 Issue


The February 2018 Issue is Atlanta Tribune’s “how to” guide on making 2018 the year you get things done, from learning how to prepare for life’s big decisions to learning how to get out of your own way and give yourself permission to be great. You are sure to find useful tips for improving the professional and personal sides of your life. Also, in this month’s special cover story about Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, you will get a glimpse into what to expect from her administration as she has declared her first 100 days in office a time in which she will take measurable actions to prioritize equity, affordability, a stronger partnership with the school system, and access to transit. Trust us, you don’t want to miss this must-have issue. Order your copy today!




February 2018 Issue
The Year To Get Things Done

One Atlanta
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ rise and the pathway forward.

Change of Plans
How to prepare for life’s big decisions.

Tips and Tinkers
Life hacks you didn’t know you needed.

Shake it Off
Give yourself permission to be great.

Behind the Scenes
Yvonne Cowser Yancy Joins The Fresh Market

Higher Learning
UGA Report: HBCUs Generate $14.8 Billion in Economic Impact

Food Abundance

Hammonds House Museum Hosts Carrie Mae Weems Exhibition, “From Here I  Saw What Happened and I Cried”

The LookOut
Step Up Your Style Game

2018 Jeep Wrangler: Trail Rated

Jurlique Spa at Intercontinetal Buckhead Atlanta

Porte Play’s Got Gadgets Covered

Five Common Budgeting Errors and How to Avoid Them

For the Love of Food
Sweet Somethings: Chocolate Truffles

One More Thing
In Memoriam: Amanda Davis

Getaway to Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa
The charm of the Treasure Coast.

Blissbehavin’ in Charleston, S.C.
By Regina Lynch-Hudson

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