November 2011

Archive »Features

Leading The Charge

Leading The Charge

Q & A With Georgia Power President and CEO Paul Bowers

Published: November 2011
2011 Silver Spoon Awards

2011 Silver Spoon Awards

Fine dining takes a hit in Buckhead, but seasonal produce is showing up everywhere. Burgers and small plates are stronger than ever. Plus, our critic’s annual list of the state’s Top Ten restaurants.

Published: November 2011
Ka-Ching: Crunching The Movie Numbers

Ka-Ching: Crunching The Movie Numbers

Georgia’s three-year-old tax credit legislation prompts a film industry explosion.

Published: November 2011
2011 Best Places To Work In Georgia

2011 Best Places To Work In Georgia

Employees value meaningful work, a pleasant atmosphere, congenial co-workers and companies that provide good benefits.

Published: November 2011

Archive »Our State

Rome/Floyd County: School Ties

Rome/Floyd County: School Ties

Emphasis on education

Published: November 2011
Washington/Wilkes County: History With A Future

Washington/Wilkes County: History With A Future

Adapting, creating, revitalizing

Published: November 2011
DeKalb County: Focused On The Essentials

DeKalb County: Focused On The Essentials

County budgets, city projects

Published: November 2011

Archive »Up Front

GreenRoom: November 2011

GreenRoom: November 2011

environmental updates

Rejecting transportation reform next year would be a boon to our neighbor states looking to steal our logistics industry and would add to a reputation for political ineptitude.

Published: November 2011
Organizations: Chatt-Bend Friends

Organizations: Chatt-Bend Friends

Candice Dyer writes about the Friends of Chattahoochee Bend State Park, which helped create a new park

Published: November 2011

Political Notes

ups, downs and in-betweens

Georgia picks its primary date and stays in the national GOP’s good graces, and Steve McCoy is the new state treasurer.

Published: November 2011

Archive »Commentary

Business Casual: Back To Basics

Business Casual: Back To Basics

Hunger is a problem that can be alleviated. There is no food shortage in our country or our state. Individuals can do something.

Published: November 2011
Neely Young: Immigration Essentials

Neely Young: Immigration Essentials

Surely all the members of the new commission on immigration enforcement have used illegal workers in some way. Maybe they should fine themselves $5,000.

Published: November 2011

Georgia View: The Sunday Booze Blues

Larger turnout elections with more independent and fewer socially conservative voters seem to be a safer bet for winning on the Sunday alcohol sales issue.

Published: November 2011
Economy: On The Home Front

Economy: On The Home Front

Recent foreclosures were often the result of job losses rather than poor decisions made at the time the home was purchased or lax lending standards.

Published: November 2011

Archive »Downtime

Sports Legends: Heavy Lifting

Sports Legends: Heavy Lifting

Harry Smith went from Atlanta’s Tech High to bodybuilding successes

Published: November 2011
Power Players: Building For The Long Term

Power Players: Building For The Long Term

Cousins Properties’ President and CEO Larry Gellerstedt III has helped the company to a renewed focus on leasing.

Published: November 2011
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