Top Ten VaHi Patch Business Stories of 2011
: In part 2 of this series, D.B.A. Barbecue's Matt Coggin, Whynatte Latte owner Jesse Altman and Foursquare co-founder and CEO Dennis Crowley share insights about location-based marketing.
: Anne and Jerry Rubenstein thank many loyal customers for "25 glorious years."
: New Coffee Shop Gives Scientific Show
: Smoking banned in the dining and bar areas
: Q&A with Virginia-Highland resident and attorney Douglas J. Miller.
: A Morningside resident opens a fitness studio with hopes to empower women
: Business owners optimistic about end result of project
: Major book retailer Borders announced in July that it would be clearing out its inventory and closing its doors. Local bookstore owners say their sales probably won't increase.
: Murphy's Atlanta Wine Shop has a new consultant in store for wine connoisseurs and party planners alike.
: Blais' high-end hot dog joint officially opens in Poncey-Highland
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