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This Month in Georgia Trend

July 2014

Archive »Features

Popping the Cap on Georgia’s Craft Brew Industry

Popping the Cap on Georgia’s Craft Brew Industry

Cracking open the state’s burgeoning beer and microdistillery scenes.

Published: July 2014
Ready For Take Off

Ready For Take Off

The Atlanta Aerotropolis Alliance promotes airport proximity and promises to create a thriving business district south of the city.

Published: July 2014
Community Building In College Towns

Community Building In College Towns

Groups in three Georgia cities have found different ways to bridge town and gown to create strong, diverse neighborhoods.

Published: July 2014
Q&A with A.J. Robinson

Q&A with A.J. Robinson

Atlanta’s city center is bustling again, with more changes on the horizon.

Published: July 2014

Archive »Our State

Douglasville | Douglas County

Douglasville | Douglas County

New businesses, conventioneers and road improvements

Published: July 2014
Forsyth | Monroe County

Forsyth | Monroe County

Location, schools and downtown development

Published: July 2014
Wayne County

Wayne County

Green industry, local partnerships.

Published: July 2014

Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: July 2014

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including Halyard Health locating in Alpharetta and Dasan Machineries in Gwinnett

Published: July 2014

Organizations: Bubba and Friends

Candice Dyer takes a look at wildlife allies Bubba and Friends.

Published: July 2014

Political Notes: July 2014

Runoff election updates, support for SHEP and a new gig for a former state senator.

Published: July 2014

Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: Summer Musings

Neely Young: Summer Musings

A bit of truth, wit and whimsy for the summer months.

Published: July 2014
Business Casual: Battle Lines, Punchlines

Business Casual: Battle Lines, Punchlines

As of the first of this month, we have the most permissive and most ridiculous gun law in the nation.

Published: July 2014
Georgia View: Georgia's Talented Trio

Georgia View: Georgia's Talented Trio

When you hear the phrase political dynasty in Georgia, you may think Talmadge, Russell or even the Kidd family, but it’s the Denson clan that’s making an impact today.

Published: July 2014
Economy: Recruiting Retirees

Economy: Recruiting Retirees

Approximately 1 million retirees live in Georgia, and they could help move the state’s economy onto a higher growth path.

Published: July 2014
Sustainable Georgia: On Common Ground

Sustainable Georgia: On Common Ground

More than ever, it will take shared expertise to come up with the kind of solutions we need for the state’s environmental issues.

Published: July 2014

Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: Ink & Elm

Art Of The Meal: Ink & Elm

Ink & Elm brings a bit of grown-up fun and local fare to Decatur’s Emory Village.

Published: July 2014
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