October 2013: Beer!


Dozens of local breweries open (or soon to open). Beer bars packed. Homebrewers mixing up magic. Welcome to the dawn of Georgia’s golden age of beer. It’s only going to get better.
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Inside Story
Seven writers invite us into the rooms where they sweat out words.
By Candice Dyer

Fruit of Labor
The Pearson family has been growing Georgia peaches pretty much the same way for 128 years. The only thing that’s changed is who’s picking them. By Tony Rehagen

Editor’s Note Savoring Georgia’s beer revolution

Spotlight on the Arts MASS collective’s scientific approach to art
Fast Track Teen racer Sean Rayhall aims for a global circuit
An Idea Worth Considering Turning an industrial site into a sports complex
Zombie Watch Scott Wilson finds surprise stardom in The Walking Dead
AT&T’s wireless research
Best Job Ever? Cookie tester
Calendar What to Do This Month

Read all these stories and more on our Daily Agenda blog

Restaurant Review Hugh Acheson’s Five & Ten finds a gracious new setting
Culinary Character Tempting Latin specialties at the Santa Fe Mall food court
Foraging On the hunt for chanterelle mushrooms
Cookbooks Seasonal menus in Anne Quatrano’s Summerland
Recipe Susan Rebecca White’s version of toad in the hole

My Style
Scoutmob cofounder Liza Dunning
Getaway Whitewater rafting in Columbus, Georgia
Inside Look Meg Harrington’s home
Real Estate Cabbagetown

Hollis Gillespie Keep your dreams to yourself