Downtime Archive

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Art Of The Meal: Watershed

Art Of The Meal: Watershed

A longtime Decatur favorite makes a move to Buckhead, bringing some vestiges of its past and showcasing Chef Joe Truex.

May 2013
Art Of The Meal: Graft

Art Of The Meal: Graft

Graft, Gwinnett County’s new farm-to-table restaurant, has a small, often-changing menu that is simple and creative – and some fine, inventive cocktails.

April 2013
Power Players: Support For Natural Resources

Power Players: Support For Natural Resources

Georgia Natural Resources Foundation Executive Director Ben Stowers heads a group that seeks to raise money to bolster DNR programs endangered by shrinking budgets.

April 2013
La Grotta: Underground Power Grid

La Grotta: Underground Power Grid

Atlanta’s venerable Italian mainstay, La Grotta, serves the city’s movers and shakers a contemporary version of beloved classic dishes.

March 2013
Power Players: Transforming Healthcare

Power Players: Transforming Healthcare

The newly rebooted Center for Health Transformation is nonprofit and nonpartisan. WellStar CEO Reynold Jennings wants to make it a learning lab for real solutions.

March 2013
Power Players: Betting On Education

Power Players: Betting On Education

Georgia Lottery Corporation President and CEO Debbie Alford says an educated citizenry is essential to Georgia’s long-term global competitive position.

February 2013
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
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
Art Of The Meal: One Eared Stag

Art Of The Meal: One Eared Stag

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
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