The scoop on what’s new around town
Time for Ten Pin
The Spence‘s general manager Justin Amick recently launched The Painted Pin, a bowling alley that combines entertainment and upscale hospitality. The menu offers everything from tacos and wood-fired pizzas to craft beer and artisanal wine. Plus, The Painted Pin offers personalized lane-side ball and shoe delivery to their 20 full-services bowling lanes. And if bowling isn’t up your alley, you can still enjoy the fun vibe by playing bocce ball, table shuffleboard or ping pong.
Details: 737 Miami Circle NE, Atlanta, GA, www.thepaintedpin.com
Get the Glow
Even in the heat of summer, there are better ways to get a glow than by tanning. Try cooking and eating wholesome meals like those found in Angela Liddon’s “The Oh She Glows Cookbook: Over 100 Vegan Recipes to Glow from the Inside Out.” When you read each recipe, from main dishes to hearty snacks, you’ll feel like Liddon is standing with you in the kitchen giving her tried and true tips. Liddon even give you a thorough look at her pantry items and kitchen tools, so you’ll be well stocked and equipped to create and enjoy each vegan meal she mentions.
Ditch your Duffle
Running between home, work and the gym? No problem. Atlanta resident Nancy Apatov has started the Fivesse line of fitness bags specifically tailored to women on the go. With a sophisticated silhouette and labeled compartments to protect your work clothes, gym clothes, toiletries and shoes, these bags will keep you organized and neat despite a busy schedule. Starting at $64.
Mom Knows Best
Moms know babies have delicate skin, and dermatologists know it too. Atlanta-based doctor Amy Kim happens to play both roles, so she developed the skincare line Baby Pibu to share knowledge and high-quality products with other parents. Baby Pibu’s Newborn Essentials Skincare Kit features 10 organic, FDA-approved products to pamper babies’ skin. This kit goes above and beyond by including step-by-step instructions and physician tips on infant skincare. $90.