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This Month in Georgia Trend

June 2017
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Archive »Features

New Job, New Focus

New Job, New Focus

Attorney General Chris Carr has a unique background in top-level politics and statewide economic development and an unusual challenge: He’ll make his first run for office next year as a highly visible incumbent. He says he’s ready.

Published: June 2017
Open for Global Business

Open for Global Business

Strong international relationships support the state’s favorable trade climate.

Published: June 2017
Artful Endeavors

Artful Endeavors

Creative industries have a significant economic impact around the state.

Published: June 2017
Lasting Impact

Lasting Impact

Six counties create distinctive programs for better access to jobs, healthcare, housing and safe streets.

Published: June 2017
The New Integration

The New Integration

Doctors are increasingly combining the practices of alternative and traditional medicine, discovering both benefits and challenges.

Published: June 2017
Ready to Lead

Ready to Lead

Today’s business schools are preparing a new breed of entrepreneurial-minded students for success.

Published: June 2017
Defeating the Fiery Serpent

Defeating the Fiery Serpent

The Carter Center is poised to eradicate one of mankind’s oldest and most devastating diseases.

Published: June 2017
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Archive »Our State

Brunswick|Golden Isles: Here Comes the Sun

Brunswick|Golden Isles: Here Comes the Sun

Tourism, job creation and workforce training

Published: June 2017
Columbus|Muscogee County: The Place to Be

Columbus|Muscogee County: The Place to Be

Business expansions, creative startups and intown living

Published: June 2017
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Archive »Up Front

Organizations: Center for the Visually Impaired

The Center for the Visually Impaired helps those with vision loss lead full lives.

Published: June 2017

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

A bird-friendly initiative, recreational trail development, clean creeks and more.

Published: June 2017

Political Notes

The 6th District runoff approaches, another Georgian in Washington and a University System of Georgia tuition hike.

Published: June 2017

Trendsetters: Dinner A’Fare

Suwanee-based Dinner A’Fare offers trendy meal delivery services using products from local farms.

Published: June 2017

Economic Development Around the State

New projects in Pooler, Bibb County, Albany and more.

Published: June 2017
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Archive »Commentary

From the Publisher: Why We Need the Arts

From the Publisher: Why We Need the Arts

It’s easy to take the arts for granted, but the creative industries are a huge economic generator across the state.

Published: June 2017
Business Casual: Heroes and Warriors

Business Casual: Heroes and Warriors

Real superheroes don’t come with capes or masks.

Published: June 2017
Georgia View: And Then There Were Two

Georgia View: And Then There Were Two

The 6th District race is bringing the nation’s attention to Georgia, but who will win?

Published: June 2017
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Archive »Downtime

Sports Desk: An Exceptional Leader

Sports Desk: An Exceptional Leader

It takes a lot of commas to organize the highlights of Atlanta Braves Vice Chair and former President John Schuerholz’s career.

Published: June 2017
Georgia Fare: Compounded Interest

Georgia Fare: Compounded Interest

The Federal in Midtown Atlanta is a classic bistro disguised in a pinstriped three-piece suit

Published: June 2017
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