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November is usually such a timid month. Oh, football season is in full swing and there are plans to be made for where Uncle Henry will sit on Turkey Day. But in North Fulton change is in the … more
After 42 years as an educator, Joe Digieso’s retirement allows him to be free to indulge his passion: cooking. Well, that is probably and overstatement – probably. What is certain is that … more
Yes, it is that time of year again. The first Saturday in August will mark one of the oldest parades celebrating local veterans for their service still going strong. Old Soldiers Day in Alpharetta … more
Georgia Ensemble Theatre’s latest foray into a summer concert series doesn’t rate any stars with me – but I give it 4 WOWs. In a way, it picks up the thread from Georgia Ensemble … more
When the Open Records Act was crafted, no one had an inkling of the speed and stealth communications would take with the coming of the World Wide Web, cell phones, emails and texts and the mischief … more
Reading that headline last Thursday made me think, “Has our constitutional democracy reached a new low?” Apparently McConnell’s statement was meant as a threat to Republican senators to fall … more
The tax system in Fulton County is broken, that is what everyone is saying. The question is what are we going to do about it, and who’s going to do it? Property owners are facing double-digit … more
What happens when Major League Baseball meets Wall Street? I suspect something very much like SunTrust Park, the new home for our Atlanta Braves – albeit just outside of Atlanta in Cobb … more
I get asked to investigate many things, interview many people, and I have found it best to resist the temptation to pre-judge what people will say or do until I get there. Of course that is easy … more
We had a farewell party last week for Dan Pile, Atlanta YMCA senior vice president of operations. There were a lot of people there because he has a lot of friends. I don’t think Dan ever met anyone … more
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