November 2007

Archive »Features

Archive »Our State

Camden Couty: Ship And Shore

Camden Couty: Ship And Shore

Naval base spurs inland development

Published: November 2007
Griffin/Spalding County: Changing Times

Griffin/Spalding County: Changing Times

Welcoming retirees, students and downtown developers

Published: November 2007
Rome/Floyd County: World-Class Appeal

Rome/Floyd County: World-Class Appeal

A well-educated workforce and a vibrant community

Published: November 2007

Archive »Up Front

The GreenRoom: November 2007

Published: November 2007

The Great Outdoors

Why aren’t more Georgians putting on orange vests and going hunting? Well, the state’s burgeoning residential and commercial growth has cut down on areas where people can hunt.

Published: November 2007

Political RoundUp: November 2007

Published: November 2007

Organizations: Georgia Association Of Water Professionals

Published: November 2007

Archive »Commentary

The World Isn't Flat

The only sure way to make the world economically flat would be to have a global minimum wage – an idea worth considering.

Published: November 2007
A Literary Triple Crown

A Literary Triple Crown

A trio of Georgians – Hank Klibanoff, Cynthia Tucker and Natasha Tretheway – all native Southerners, won Pulitzer Prizes this year. Their common bond is a stream of racial consciousness that flows through their writing.

Published: November 2007
Robert E. Lee And Equal Rights

Robert E. Lee And Equal Rights

A visit to Arlington National Cemetery provides a different view of the Confederate general who celebrated the end of slavery, saying he was “rejoiced” that it is abolished.

Published: November 2007
A Healthy Debate

A Healthy Debate

There’s a new awareness of the need and the urgency of the need to make the benefits of good healthcare more broadly available, especially to the 1.7 million Georgians who have no health insurance.

Published: November 2007

Archive »Downtime

2007 Silver Spoon Awards

2007 Silver Spoon Awards

For the sixth year, our dining editor selects Georgia’s 10 best restaurants, pays homage to topflight dining experiences throughout the state, and points her fork in the direction of some exciting vacation spot meals.

Published: November 2007
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