September 2005

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You Get What You Pay For

You Get What You Pay For

Politics

Instead of throwing $250 million worth of tax breaks at a car company in hopes that it will locate here, state funds might be more wisely spent on public schools.

Published: September 2005

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Twenty Years and Counting

Twenty Years and Counting

Publishing a magazine in a vibrant, growing state such as we have is a great experience, and, quite frankly, a lot of fun. We are in the people business, and without you as readers, we have no purpose.

Published: September 2005
Love It or Love It

Love It or Love It

Business Casual

I'm not sure I can name another profession outside of journalism whose practitioners are such accomplished and vocal complainers; nor do I know of another profession whose practitioners so love what they do.

Published: September 2005

Archive »Downtime

The Lovely Bone's

Art of the Meal

Once upon a time, the town square was a business barometer. You could just about judge the area's prosperity by the opulence of the courthouse, and what kind of commerce was going on in and around it.

Published: September 2005
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