March 2003

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Zell

Zell "Ducks" Out

Inside Politics

The senator says he'll be the same, honors for Donald Hollowell and George Busbee.

Published: March 2003
Welcome to New Georgia!

Welcome to New Georgia!

A Dummy's Guide

A newcomer's guide to the state in the Perdue Era.

Published: March 2003

Archive »Commentary

Georgia Not 50th on SAT

Georgia Not 50th on SAT

Georgia could not be 50th in the SAT rankings because only 23 states use the SAT as their standard test.

Published: March 2003
Women At Work

Women At Work

Business Casual

We lived in Atlanta's Inman Park during the height of the "Presidential Parkway" protests in the early 1980s.

Published: March 2003
The Worst and the Best

The Worst and the Best

One economist predicts Atlanta may soon look like Newark, but others are a bit more hopeful.

Published: March 2003

Archive »Downtime

River Deep, Mountain High

Art of the Meal

We Georgians have the world in a state. This northwestern corner, along the winding two-lane called Plum Nelly (for plum out of Georgia and nelly into Alabama), is a cloud-misted tip of the Appalachians, which slopes downward into Atlanta's lush Piedmont, and all the way to sea level at Savannah.

Published: March 2003
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