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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
While I was on vacation a couple of weeks ago, I took the time to get up at 4 a.m. to go down and watch Roswell Rotary making another run to Washington, D.C. with a planeload of World War II, Korean … more
I met a man last week who a year ago was the editor of a newspaper with a circulation of 1 million readers. Today he is in exile and looking for a job. Erdogan was able to pack Zaman’s board of … more
Many people now living in North Fulton County did not have the opportunity to know the late County Commissioner Dr. Robert E. Fulton. But they see the things he set in place for the county everywhere … more
You never know what you will learn if you get out of your comfort zone and see what other people are doing. For instance, I happened to take a trip over to the Chattahoochee Nature Center’s … more
Alpharetta had a little party last week when city officials and developers broke ground March 23 on its new City Center. It is an $85 million mixed-use project that will surround City Hall and the … more
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