Georgia Trend - September 2007

Life Without Grady

If political leaders in Fulton and DeKalb won’t make the governance changes that Grady Memorial Hospital needs, then the General Assembly should put it under control of a state authority.

Georgia’s Winning Wines

The state’s burgeoning wine industry is producing a surprising array of reds, whites, pinks and dessert wines, as reflected in the results of Georgia Trend’s inaugural tasting of Georgia wines.

Lights, Camera, Kudzu

It’s been more than 30 years since Deliverance jump-started Georgia’s film industry, and now movies, TV, commercials and videos have a $450-million impact on the state’s economy. But the competition is fierce, especially from other Southern states ready for their close-ups.

Gray Matters

So, the demand for older workers is going up, and gray is the new green? Experience and maturity are the new watchwords? We’ll see about that.

Healing Hearts

Angioplasty, once performed only at hospitals with onsite cardiac surgery capabilities, is now available at 10 smaller community institutions in Georgia, thanks to a ground-breaking study.