Personal finance might not be the first topic of conversation at the dinner table, but one Georgia teacher has made it a big priority, and is reaping the benefits. Danny Kofke is the author of two books: How To Survive (and perhaps thrive) On A Teacher's Salary and A Simple Book Of Financial Wisdom. Danny and his wife Tracy, and their two daughters live comfortably on just his salary alone, by applying simple concepts in an effective way. We invited Danny in for a conversation to find out just how he does it.
Olympic organizer, ambassador of the Greek state, lawyer, and former parliamentarian Gianna Angelopoulos reads from My Greek Drama: Life, Love and One Woman's Olympic Effort to Bring Glory to Her Country, at the Carter Presidential Library & Museum Theater Tuesday at 7:00 pm.
Atlanta is seen around the country as an innovator in the practice of reclaiming and repurposing abandoned land known as “brownfields.” The site of the former steel mill which is now home to Atlantic Station is one well-known example. Another is Atlanta’s BeltLine project.
WABE’s Jim Burress has been covering the BeltLine for over 5 years now, and recently had an experience in one of the developing pedestrian corridor’s parks which illustrated to him how much progress has been made in reclaiming the 22-mile loop of abandoned rail lines.