- The cover – It’s all about jobs, baby!
- From the Editor – a kind reminder that this rough economic time, too, shall pass
- Story on Andy from “The Office”, pp. 19-20. Did you know he’s from Atlanta? The actor, not Andy. That guy makes me laugh my ass off.
- The Jobs section – pp. 55 -65. Everything from how to find a job to networking to top growing area industries to higher ed, psychology and unemployment 101. It addresses how to keep the job you have, too.
- Entrepreneurs “Come in We’re Open”, pp. 70 – 85
- Review of Restaurant Eugene. The restaurant is apparently incredible. But couldn’t you review it in an issue that’s not all about jobs and people having no money? It’s not like we can afford to go. 🙂 But we want to!
- Same with the cocktail story on pp. 46-47. I’m out to find a deal on Bud Light, not what ridiculously expensive drink I can get at the W.
- Gorgeous home features. I’m jealous.
- News that Atlanta is the 10th most “unhappy” major U.S. city (even BEFORE the recession). Isn’t that like kicking us while we’re down?
The Verdict: Four Pink Slips. Great stories and useful, applicable information on jobs and the recession. Well worth the purchase.
Posted in MPS Newsstand
Tagged Atlanta Magazine, Atlanta Magazine June 2009, growing industries, How to Find a Job, how to keep the job you have, jobs, laid-off, lay offs, networking, the recession, unemployment 101
- Bill Addison’s cover story “Eat Cheap!” – what more could we broke folks want? Even if you’re jobless, you still need to eat…once in a while, somewhere outside your home among the living. Addison offers metro Atlanta “bargain bites” you can afford. My favorite spots include Souper Jenny (grilled cheese night!), MetroFresh(love the Mitchilli), George’s burgers, everything at Carver’s Country Kitchen (get there before 11:30 a.m. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!)
- Charles at Large’s Agenda column on make-out spots in Atlanta. Good news! Most of them are cheap (Starlight Six Drive-in) or downright free (Dusty’s Barbecue parking lot on Briarcliff). Making out – cheap and easy? Oh, that’s just too good
- Recession Obsession on pg. 32 – some interesting Bible verses interpreting lending and loved ones
- Focus on Lila, pg. 44 – cute new shop in Inman Park with affordable accessories and fun, flirty frocks
- Kamal Grant’s doughnut shop called Sublime Doughnuts, pg. 58 – cheap treat; can’t wait to go!
- Cold-Hearted Cure – How hypothermia can save your life, pg. 28 – frankly, who cares???
- Are Atlanta’s Streets Really Becoming More Dangerous? pg. 40 – just makes me nervous to go to my car at night
- Review of BLT Steak, pp. 50-55 – who in the hell can afford to go?
- Deep Freeze, one woman’s story about freezing eggs to stop the biological clock, pp. 76-80, 88-91 – can I say depressed? In this issue, all I want to know about eggs is where to get a good three-egg omelet for pennies. Even more, Miss Pink Slip’s 35th birthday is coming up, I’m single and this is the last thing I want to think about. I realize this is personal, but hey! It’s my blog
The Verdict: Four Pink Slips – the food guide alone is worth the purchase price!