The Deal on Providing Transportation for Guests Between the Ceremony and Reception

blogs-aisle-say-wedding-guest-transportationThe Deal on Providing Transportation for Guests Between the Ceremony and Reception
If you’re throwing your reception at a location different than your ceremony space, you may consider providing guests transportation. But is this necessary, especially when the budget is tight? Our etiquette experts are here to let you know what’s required …
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Midtown Atlanta reveals revamped vision for transportation
Apartments rise near Midtown MARTA Station; 96 percent of all residences and offices in the neighborhood are within a six-minute walk of MARTA. Matthew Kaas After more than a year of studies, surveys, and analysis, Midtown Alliance has revealed a new …
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Fun Times Ahead as Transportation Bill Takes Shape
As Congress starts hammering out a transportation spending bill, keep your eye on who asks for what and how the horses are traded. Transportation is a tried-and-true way for legislators to bring home the bacon, so we’re sure to see legislation packed …
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How will NBA’s new television deal affect Lakers’ free agency?

trendHow will NBA’s new television deal affect Lakers’ free agency?
The NBA’s projected salary cap will balloon to record numbers in the 2016-17 season because of the league’s new television deal with ABC/ESPN and Turner through 2025 worth $ 2.67 billion per year. That money will trickle down to the players with an …
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The 17 Best Television Shows of the 2014-2015 Season
Defining the television season as anything other than the calendar year may seem silly these days, but the Primetime Emmys are still dictated by the old guard. So, with the hopes of helping out an Academy often lost in a sea of options, here are the …
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Ben J. Wattenberg, writer and television commentator, dies at 81
Ben J. Wattenberg, a writer, television commentator and self-described “old center-right Democrat” who defied easy political categorizations during nearly five decades as a public intellectual, died June 28 at a hospital in Washington. He was 81. The …
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