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  • Braves change up in the offseason

    Have the Braves already given up on 2015 by trading all their talent away? It certainly looks like it. Perhaps the Braves want a fresh start when they move into their new stadium in 2017. Regardless, this offseason has been one of many changes. The Braves may start the 2015 season with a completely new outfield because they traded away […]

    Braves change up in the offseason
  • A taste of Venezuela: Arepa Mia’s vibrant dishes delight

    I always thought there was no such thing as a perfect meal, and that’s not for lack of trying. I have sampled everything from snails to funnel cake, squab to eel in hopes of finding an impeccable repast. Yet despite my seemingly comprehensive efforts, a gem of a cuisine had somehow slipped under my radar. Welcome to Venezuela. Arepa Mia, […]

    A taste of Venezuela: Arepa Mia’s vibrant dishes delight
  • A conversation with Matt Weyandt: Grady alumnus, former politico and recent co-founder of Xocolatl

    Krog Street Market, the long-awaited food-hall style market located at the corner of Krog St. and Irwin St., finally opened its doors on Nov. 24. The market hosts 20 different dining and retail vendors including Xocolatl, an artisan chocolate shop specializing in bean-to-bar single-origin chocolate. Xocolatl is owned and operated by Matt Weyandt (class of ’97 Grady alumnus) and Elaine […]

    A conversation with Matt Weyandt: Grady alumnus, former politico and recent co-founder of Xocolatl
  • New advising system created to foster bonds

    By Will Taft and Nick Hamilton On a typical Wednesday, junior Uzuki Kakinuma leaves her advisement class and heads for the music wing, a routine readily accepted by both her advisement teacher Ms. Harris and her orchestra teacher Mr. Rodriguez. “It’s just enough time for me to practice during the day, or jam with my friends,” Kakinuma said, “ I […]

    New advising system created to foster bonds
  • Twenty Questions for the ‘Gebba Girls’

    On twinning, Egyptians, radical terrorists and the practice of Islam in a paranoid society “We love tricking people, and we have he same favorite color, and the same boys-” Wait! Before we start, how are we going to differentiate you two on paper? “Put Summer in italics.” “Yeah, Sarah can be the ordinary one.” Alright! To start, how much flak […]

    Twenty Questions for the ‘Gebba Girls’
  • Bowled over by Bezoria

    Watch out, Med. Grill. Bezoria, a newly opened Mediterranean restaurant located at 903 Peachtree St. NE, offers a Chipoltean dining experience with supreme quality and reasonable prices. Bezoria offers customers either a salad, rice bowl, pita wrap or a flatbread sandwich. After much deliberation, I selected a rice bowl with the chicken kefta, tender chicken patties that are made in-house. […]

    Bowled over by Bezoria
  • Basketball teams sweep Chamblee on Senior Night to close regular season

    By Alexander Tonico Friday night was a night to remember as the girls and boys teams swept a doubleheader against visiting Chamblee High. Senior Naria Woods made the most of her last regular-season home game, scoring 15 points and recording three assists to lead the girls. Senior Aliya Maloof also had a great game, finishing with 12 points on only […]

    Basketball teams sweep Chamblee on Senior Night to close regular season
  • The land of the free?

    In New York City, the city of all cities, people from everywhere, all races, every age, came together in Times Square for one purpose, and it wasn’t to catch a cab or to shop. The people gathered for justice. It was Monday, Nov. 24, and everyone had just found out that a white Ferguson, Mo., police officer, Darren Wilson, had not […]

    The land of the free?
  • 2015 National Football Signing Day for APS

    On Feb. 4 at Maynard Jackson High School, 38 players representing nine Atlanta Public Schools signed letters of intent to play for a selected college or university. According to APS, National Signing Day is the first day that a high school senior can sign a binding National Letter of Intent for college football with a school that is a member of […]

    2015 National Football Signing Day for APS
  • Swim team makes waves at APS Championship, streamlines to state

    By Kate Weatherby and Kelly Scollard The Grady varsity swim team competed in the Atlanta Public Schools Championships on Jan. 27 and came home big winners. The girls team placed first for the second year in a row, while the boys team came in second place, losing by a mere nine points to rival North Atlanta. In the overall competition, the […]

    Junior Justin Cucchi qualifies for state in the 100-yard breaststroke.

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Increase in testing days evokes debate

Increase in testing days evokes debate

February 23, 2015 at 1:52 pm

By Eli Hendler and Mary Claire Morris Each year students at Grady take state, district and school mandated standardized tests. This fall, however, teachers and students alike...

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Braves change up in the offseason

Braves change up in the offseason

February 27, 2015 at 1:42 pm

Nick Markakis, an outfielder recently acquired by the Braves, steps up to bat. Have the Braves already given up on 2015 by trading all their talent away? It certainly looks...

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KING FOR A DAY: Join the fight against fighting

February 19, 2015 at 1:39 pm

“Nonviolence is a powerful and just weapon which cuts without wounding and ennobles the man who wields it,” Martin Luther King Jr. said. “It is a sword that heals.” This...

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Local brand, StinkyKids, gets musical treatment

Local brand, StinkyKids, gets musical treatment

February 19, 2015 at 10:41 pm

“StinkyKids The Musical” cast, from left: Ben Davis, Greg Hunter, Kristin Storla, Alexandra Karr, Lydia Frempong, Luke Georgecink; courtesy of KVC Photography In...

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Twenty Questions for the ‘Gebba Girls’

Twenty Questions for the ‘Gebba Girls’

February 10, 2015 at 1:50 pm

On twinning, Egyptians, radical terrorists and the practice of Islam in a paranoid society “We love tricking people, and we have he same favorite color, and the same boys-” Wait!...