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Art Of The Meal: The Pinewood

Art Of The Meal: The Pinewood

The Pinewood in Decatur offers delicious, inventive cocktails like the Brooklyn, the house take on a classic Manhattan, and a good variety of snacks and small bites.

February 2013
Art Of The Meal: One Eared Stag

Art Of The Meal: One Eared Stag

January 2013
Power Players: Readers And Writers

Power Players: Readers And Writers

The Georgia Review is part of the literary magazine world, says its editor Stephen Corey. The primary commitment is publishing new work that is special, unusual and important.

January 2013
Power Players: Bipartisan Budget Solutions

Power Players: Bipartisan Budget Solutions

Former Sen. Sam Nunn is working to help solve the fiscal and economic challenges he sees as security and foreign policy problems. When he speaks, people listen.

December 2012
Art Of The Meal: Rosé-Colored Glasses

Art Of The Meal: Rosé-Colored Glasses

The Optimist in West Midtown is a seafood restaurant with old-school cocktails that combines the best aspects of an oceanfront fry-shack and an urban hotspot.

December 2012
Power Players: Woman With A Purpose

Power Players: Woman With A Purpose

Former Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin is now CEO of Purpose Built Communities, working to break the cycle of poverty through education, housing and wellness.

November 2012
Art Of The Meal: Past Present

Art Of The Meal: Past Present

October 2012
Power Players: Finding Better Ways

Power Players: Finding Better Ways

Future Products Corporation’s Patti Gilmer brought her company’s manufacturing jobs back home from China.

October 2012
Sports Legends: Coach For Life

Sports Legends: Coach For Life

September 2012
Art Of The Meal: It Takes A Village

Art Of The Meal: It Takes A Village

At Decatur’s Community Q BBQ, Georgia-style pulled pork and ribs are the mainstay, but there’s a lot more to try, including the Kitchen Sink Salad.

September 2012
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