Georgia Trend - June 2011

2011 Power Women

Mary Moore Founder and CEO The Cook’s Warehouse A Cook’s Warehouse now occupies the Ansley Mall space that once housed a Piccadilly. That just about encapsulates Atlanta’s culinary evolution.   Where Atlantans once lined up for cafeteria fare, the gourmet…

Art Of The Meal: Dude, Where’s My DeLorean?

Local Three Kitchen & Bar 3290 Northside Parkway, Atlanta 404.968.2700 www.localthree.com Parking: Validated self-parking in nearby garage. Reservations: Recommended. Dress code: Anything The Dude would wear. My car is a time machine. It’s not the gull-winged DeLorean from Back to…

Sports Legends: From Coaching, To Teaching, To Golf

Back in the mid 1950s through 1970, the population of Hinesville (about 45 miles southwest of Savannah) was approximately 3,000. Except on Friday nights during football season. When Coach Harold “Hokey” Jackson’s Bradwell Institute Lions were playing at home, the…

GreenRoom: June 2011

As the state’s wish list for T-SPLOST transportation projects to be tackled by a penny sales tax by district – if voters approve in 2012 – begins to emerge, we are seeing the early signs of regional thinking. Specifically, Metro…

Political Notes: June 2011

Top Cop Honor: Georgia Bureau of Investigation Director Vernon Keenan is the 2011 recipient of the Weltner Freedom of Information Award given by the Georgia First Amendment Foundation. The award, named for the late Charles L. Weltner, a former Georgia…