Tag: Peach Pundit

The best political blogs in Georgia: Peach Pundit and Georgia Tip Sheet

I started contributing to Peach Pundit in summer 2012. Given my relatively slow pace of posting in recent weeks, I’m a bit surprised to see that I’ve made about 70 posts since joining the team of 14 contributors, most of…

Despite uncertain economy, lots of good news for greater downtown Savannah

Back in June, I wrote a column about the many major projects underway: Series of big investments bode well for Savannah. Today’s City Talk column builds on that one: New downtown Savannah plans include new hotel, townhouses, beer garden

Bank failures and scandals, state revenue, T-SPLOST, tax credits for filmmakers — a roundup of my recent Peach Pundit posts

Regular readers will know that since June I’ve been a regular contributor (2-3 posts per week) to Peach Pundit, the most important political blog in Georgia.

A few blog updates . . .

New posts at Peach Pundit, a new tumblr page, still looking for advertisers, plus a little other information and a few links.

Georgia employment: less populous areas still losing jobs

At the end of my City Talk column today in the Savannah Morning News that begins with the Byrd Cookie Company’s new cafe, I mention the significant year-over-year decline in jobs in the Savannah metro area, which includes Chatham, Bryan,…

My latest Peach Pundit post: July primary could doom TSPLOST

I’ve got a new post up today — Savannah, Turnout, and TSPLOST — arguing that a weak Democratic turnout in Chatham County on July 31 will doom the coastal region TSPLOST.

I am now a contributor to Peach Pundit

I will be posting about twice a week on one of Georgia’s most influential political blogs, but will obviously continuing doing what I’m doing here.

Looking for meaning in the blogosphere

I started this blog on January 1st, 2011. I didn’t really know what all my goals were at the time, but I knew a few things. I knew I was spending too much time engaged in discussions on Facebook that…