January 2004

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The Message of School Reform

Organizations

The Georgia School Council encourages local involvement.

Published: January 2004

Archive »Commentary

Supply and Demand

Supply and Demand

Business Casual

There are a lot of people in the world -- editors and writers among them -- who spend a big chunk of their time pursuing information.

Published: January 2004
Centers of Power

Centers of Power

Perdue occupies the weakest position of anyone in the governor's office in recent history.

Published: January 2004

Archive »Downtime

Where There's Smoke

Art of the Meal

Which came first, Rocky the Free-Range chicken or the brown organic egg? Woodfire Grill chef/owner Michael Tuohy, like a lot of Atlantans, is an immigrant. The usual word is the oddly horticultural "transplant," but his Northern California background was as exotic and alien as any foreign shore when Tuohy first made his name here in the late '80s. At Chefs' Cafe he drew crowds to his brunches, served in the shadow of a La Quinta Inn and an I-85 overpass.

Published: January 2004
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