Archive of: Business Casual

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Business Casual: The Grownups’ Table

Business Casual: The Grownups’ Table

As an adult, you don’t have the luxury of waiting for someone else to fix things, right wrongs and take responsibility. The ball is pretty much in your court.

February 2016
Business Casual: Coming Home

Business Casual: Coming Home

In Athens, the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame was a heart-in-your-throat occasion.

January 2016
Business Casual: Riding With History

Business Casual: Riding With History

Sites on the Civil Rights Tours Atlanta are palpable reminders of the complexity of the Civil Rights Movement.

December 2015
Business Casual: A View From City Hall

Business Casual: A View From City Hall

Several of Georgia’s mayors recently came together to discuss consolidation, healthy competition and transportation.

November 2015
Business Casual: A Bubble Wrap Conspiracy

Business Casual: A Bubble Wrap Conspiracy

Those in politics tend to insulate and isolate themselves from the world – perhaps they should get out a little bit more.

October 2015
Business Casual: Acts Of Kindness

Business Casual: Acts Of Kindness

The world could use a bit more kindness – along with all the other things it needs.

September 2015
Business Casual: Ring in the New Year

Business Casual: Ring in the New Year

For all the attention that troubled school systems and bad-apple teachers and administrators get, there is a lot of magic that happens in the classroom.

August 2015
Business Casual: The Ear Of The Beholder

Business Casual: The Ear Of The Beholder

Times change, and so does language. Occasionally a term like “redneck” or “thug” needs to be retired.

July 2015
Business Casual: Wanted: Real Villains

Business Casual: Wanted: Real Villains

Despite the “culture of fear,” she is said to have created, it was hard to make Dr. Beverly Hall, a woman dying of cancer, into a satisfactory villain during the APS cheating trial.

June 2015
Business Casual: Keeping The Faith

Business Casual: Keeping The Faith

The same day the nation recognized the 50th anniversary of the March to Selma, another group of chanting partygoers showed us there’s so much more work to be done.

May 2015
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