October 2011

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Real Science, Real Impact

Real Science, Real Impact

Biotech and life sciences flourish as Georgia researchers breed hope in their labs.

Published: October 2011
On The "Nappalachia" Trail

On The "Nappalachia" Trail

Georgia’s wineries are growing and thriving as their wines gain new respect.

Published: October 2011
Good Sports

Good Sports

Private schools are winning big on the playing fields.

Published: October 2011
2011 40 Under 40

2011 40 Under 40

Georgia's Best & Brightest

Our 15th annual selection of high achievers from business, government, education, the arts and nonprofits.

Published: October 2011
New Direction, New Name

New Direction, New Name

Under GHSU President Ricardo Azziz, creativity is fueling innovation

Published: October 2011
2011 Family Business Awards

2011 Family Business Awards

Winners of this year’s competition, sponsored by Kennesaw State University’s Cox Family Enterprise Center.

Published: October 2011
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Archive »Our State

North Fulton: Magnet For Business

North Fulton: Magnet For Business

Seeking a unified approach

Published: October 2011
Gainesville/Hall County: Keeping It Up

Gainesville/Hall County: Keeping It Up

Adding jobs and a new hospital

Published: October 2011
Athens/Clarke County: The Beat Goes On

Athens/Clarke County: The Beat Goes On

Banking on music and preservation

Published: October 2011
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Archive »Up Front

Political Notes: October 2011

ups, downs and in-betweens

After the General Assembly’s special redistricting session, Republicans were smiling – but not Democrats and especially not John Barrow. But there was no agreement on rescheduling the statewide TSPLOST referendum.

Published: October 2011
Organizations: Twilight Moms

Organizations: Twilight Moms

Candice Dyer writes about Twilight Moms of Georgia, a good-spirited Macon group that raises money for charity

Published: October 2011
GreenRoom: October 2011

GreenRoom: October 2011

Environmental Updates

A panel of experts at the recent GeorgiaForward forum says we’ve made some progress in solving our water challenges, but there is still much to be done.

Published: October 2011
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Archive »Commentary

Business Casual: Season Of Discontent

Business Casual: Season Of Discontent

Time to back away from a long, hot, cranky summer and embrace cool breezes, autumn leaves, SEC football and maybe even a little civility.

Published: October 2011
Georgia View: A Real Smart Deal

Georgia View: A Real Smart Deal

Gov. Nathan Deal is hoping to blend federal Head Start dollars and Georgia Pre-K money to come up with a consolidated program for three and four year olds.

Published: October 2011
Economy: High Marks For Life Sciences

Economy: High Marks For Life Sciences

One job out of every 40 in the state owes its existence to the life sciences industry.

Published: October 2011
Neely Young: A Piece Of Violent History

Neely Young: A Piece Of Violent History

Georgia’s own version of the OK Corral occurred in Cedartown after the Civil War, when John Prior sought revenge for his father’s killers.

Published: October 2011
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Archive »Downtime

Legends: The Right Guard

Legends: The Right Guard

Some thought Maurice Furchgott was too small to play college ball

Published: October 2011
Art of the Meal: Le Vigne

Art of the Meal: Le Vigne

I Heard It Through The Grapevine

Published: October 2011
Power Players: Cultivating A Legacy

Power Players: Cultivating A Legacy

Deen Day Sanders says her roles as philanthropist, wife, mother and gardener are all connected. She feels strongly about being “a steward of what you have been given.”

Published: October 2011
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