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  • Paul Allen certainly has a lot to bark about these days.

    Allen, CEO of Woof Gang Bakery — an upscale pet store that sells treats, chews and pet accessories — opened Savannah’s first location in City Market just before St. Patrick’s Day and already has four other locations in the works. The newest location will open Aug. 7 at 236 Drayton Street.


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Mary Carr Mayle

Industrial vacancy rates in the five-county Savannah area are the lowest they have been in 14 years, reflecting a national trend and sending a clear signal that the recent recession is well behind us, according to a report by Colliers International.

Katie Martin

Paul Allen certainly has a lot to bark about these days.

Allen, CEO of Woof Gang Bakery — an upscale pet store that sells treats, chews and pet accessories — opened Savannah’s first location in City Market just before St. Patrick’s Day and already has four other locations in the works. The newest location will open Aug. 7 at 236 Drayton Street.

Bill Dawers / City Talk

Cotton & Rye opened on July 21, and I’ve already had dinner there twice.

And I’m not the only one who has made quick repeat visits to sample the new restaurant’s outstanding menu.

Bea Wray

I recently wrote about passion and its important role in affecting practice and discipline.

Since then, a speaker at 1 Million Cups, a weekly presentation and discussion forum we host at the Creators’ Foundry at 415 W. Boundary St., gave an excellent example about how passion changed the direction of his life.

Michael Owens

I’ve heard much discussion about how the hotel/motel tax should be used, but it’s actually all set by Georgia state law. In our tourism community, we often refer to it as the lodging tax or bed tax.

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