Georgia Trend - May 2005

Tough Enough

At a place I once worked, some of the guys used to throw a football around the office from time to time, ostensibly as a way of relieving tension or relaxing a little in the midst of a hectic workday.

Pig Tales

How do you choose 10 barbecue joints to write about? You might as well try to describe your 10 most memorable dates, or your favorite shirts. Barbecue is that personal, and that familiar. It has to do as much with taste as circumstance. In other words, the story involved.

The Genuine Article

BellSouth's Phil Jacobs presides over a rapidly-changing telecom arena in which competition is growing ever more fierce. Colleagues say he balances power with decency and magnanimity.

Great Bursts of Energy

Words of wisdom from Plato, Socrates and Aristotle still illuminate the whole of our cultural landscape. Centuries later, the Renaissance produced great leaders like Charles V and Martin Luther. What's ahead for the 21st century?

Great Coach, Better Man

The biggest thrill Billy Henderson ever had was not winning three state football championships, nor was it whipping coach Wright Bazemore's Valdosta Wildcats three consecutive years. It wasn't even having the Clarke Central High School Stadium renamed Billy Henderson Stadium or being honored by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.