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The Spirit of Service
Austin Holt | February 20, 2014

“I had the privilege to grow up in a family surrounded by the service, sacrifice and honor of our military.” Dan Forsman pauses before continuing. “As my career progressed to become the leader of a tremendous company...

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Lake Effect
Sam Boykin | February 20, 2014

Traveling to sports tournaments to watch your kids compete usually means staying at limited-service hotels, wolfing down fast food and lugging coolers full of drinks onto the field. But the new LakePoint...

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The Great Outdoors
Stephanie Davis Smith | February 20, 2014

1. The Perfect Pool
Being one of the first homes built in Peachtree Battle may mean you have a stunning historic property, but it also means you may need to upgrade a few amenities that have aged out. Such...

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A Fine Cut
Wendell Brock | Photography by Andrew Thomas Lee | February 20, 2014

It has been well documented that successful men measure success as much by the size of their toys as their portfolios. Some find joy in puffing fat Cuban cohibas; others take satisfaction in rolling out their next...

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Power Trip
Steve LaBate | February 20, 2014

Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas
A rear-mounted camera with a screen in the dash? No big deal. Unless, of course, you’re talking about the astonishingly forward-thinking 1956 Buick Centurion. This sleek...

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Home Base
Elissa Rosen | February 20, 2014

Jordan Schafer is no longer the rookie we first saw in 2009 when he joined the Atlanta Braves. Chalk it up to some early bad career decisions followed by significant life experience, but now this 27-year-old is focused, determined and knows exactly...

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Good Dan Hunting
Stephanie Davis Smith | February 20, 2014

As president of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties and our guest editor this issue, Dan Forsman sees a lot of parallels in being a good business leader and a good landowner. “Anytime you’re given something...

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The Need for Speed
Josh Jackson | February 14, 2014

Ed Bolian spent 10 years planning this trip.

He was a senior at North Gwinnett High School when he interviewed Brock Yates, the auto enthusiast who founded the Cannonball Baker Sea-To-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash immortalized in the...

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High-Octane Hybrids
Andrew Bisharat | November 18, 2013

One could argue that all modern sports are fusions of earlier sports, which are rooted in simpler forms of athleticism. Isn’t football just catch meets keep-away tag, but with a lot more rules and concussions?

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Talking Chop
Kelly Skinner | November 18, 2013

Bedhead and scruffy sideburns may have won you admiration and dates in college, but you’re not 20 anymore. Gone are your ramen noodle days—you’re a grown man. You don’t need to save a buck by visiting hack-job barber chains or...

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