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  • Locals breathe; free yoga pops up in Old Fourth Ward

    Every Tuesday night, weather permitting, King of Pops, the small Atlanta-based popsicle company, hosts free yoga sessions in the Old Fourth Ward Park. Hundreds of people walk off the BeltLine just before 7 pm with yoga mats strapped to their backs to prepare for the session. The bright pink, green, yellow or orange mats and attire of the emerging crowd […]

    Locals breathe; free yoga pops up in Old Fourth Ward
  • Administration brings new wave of dress code reform

    If students walked the halls of Grady in late April, they couldn’t help but see the posters advocating changes to Grady’s dress code. They would have seen peers with flyers reading “Not a distraction” or asking “Am I covered up enough?” Protesters, calling themselves “Grady Feminists for Dress Code Reform”, or GFDRC, took to the halls and to social media […]

    Administration brings new wave of dress code reform
  • Over the hill and through the strem: Poem 88 charms

    Hidden on the second floor of an old warehouse building in the Westside’s White Provision District, Poem 88 is the Atlanta arts community’s best kept secret. The one room gallery, which moved to its current location on 1170 Howell Mill Rd. in June, provides a display space for emerging artists. It hosts artists who use traditional mediums such as painting, […]

    Hannah Tarr's "Holes" is the only sculpture featured in the exhibit.
  • The Unofficial Mayor of Atlanta Music: Alex Cooley

    When Alex Cooley walked the halls of Grady 60 years ago, he never fathomed he would move on to make an everlasting impact on the Southern music scene. Nevertheless, Cooley has produced concerts featuring famous performers such as The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana, Queen and The Rolling Stones throughout his career. His career path of more than 50 years as […]

    Alex Cooley outside The Colonnade, a restaurant, on Sunday, August 9th.
  • Audience rises to its feet for ‘Uprising’ as play takes a humble bow

    By Isabel Olson Uprising had its world premiere at the Horizon Theatre this July. The show, which finishes its run tonight, was written by Grady alum Gabrielle Fulton. Fulton has dedicated her  post-graduation years to theater and film; her most recent project has been in the works for quite some time. “I’ve lived with this play for almost seven years,” Fulton […]

    Audience rises to its feet for ‘Uprising’ as play takes a humble bow
  • Knights start season with win against Bulldogs

    The Grey Knights opened the 2015 season with a second-half shut out to dominate Washington 40-13 at Lakewood Stadium in the first annual Atlanta Public School Football Classic. Despite the performance, the team still has a ways to go. “We do have a lot of work to do,’’ said coach Earthwind Moreland. “We had a lot of mistakes, too many penalties. […]

    Quarterback Caylin Newton gets ready to throw a touchdown pass.
  • Former President Jimmy Carter’s melanoma has spread to brain, treatments begin

      Former President Jimmy Carter said an MIR following the removal of a cancerous tumor from his liver found four spots of melanoma on his brain. Carter said he will receive radiation treatment at Emory every three weeks for a total of four treatments. When Carter learned of his diagnosis, he said he was surprised at his own calm. “I have […]

    Former President Jimmy Carter’s melanoma has spread to brain, treatments begin
  • Decatur defeats JV, varsity volleyball in first season game

    The Grady varsity volleyball team opened the season with a 3-0 loss to Decatur while the JV team fell 2-1 to the Lady Bulldogs. Two days earlier, a game at Lithia Springs was cancelled due to a scheduling miscommunication. The teams’ players are still adapting to each other but will mesh, varsity coach Constance Riley said. “We got a late […]

    The junior varsity volleyball team cheers on their teammates during a match against Decatur High School.
  • Former President Jimmy Carter reveals cancer diagnosis

    Former President Jimmy Carter said he has cancer. “Recent liver surgery revealed that I have cancer that now is in other parts of my body,” Carter, 90,  said in a statement. ”I will be rearranging my schedule as necessary so I can undergo treatment by physicians at Emory Healthcare.” Carter said more details will be made public as facts become […]

    Former President Jimmy Carter reveals cancer diagnosis
  • Actor’s Express covers ‘Rent’

    By Isabel Olson Though the school year is just beginning to heat up once again, bringing with it a full schedule, be sure to save space to cool down and take a break with some live entertainment because local theatre, Actor’s Express, has revived the hit musical Rent! Rent weaves the tale of a group of reckless, yet lively young […]

    Actor’s Express covers ‘Rent’

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Administration brings new wave of dress code reform

Administration brings new wave of dress code reform

August 26, 2015 at 6:43 pm

The Grady Feminist Club meets to discuss the upcoming year.”[We] have larger issues than the Grady dress code,” Hawkins said. “We’ll be dealing with...

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Varsity volleyball girls defeat Therrell, Carver

Varsity volleyball girls defeat Therrell, Carver

August 26, 2015 at 8:47 pm

The Grady Knights varsity volleyball team took on both Therrell and Carver on Tuesday, Aug. 25. The team defeated both schools 2-0, giving them their third and fourth successive...

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Street Eatz serves up smiles

Street Eatz serves up smiles

August 26, 2015 at 8:07 pm

A new line called Street Eatz has attracted more students to the Grady cafeteria to buy school lunches. School lunch sucks. Correction – school lunch used to suck. All...

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Hannah Tarr's "Holes" is the only sculpture featured in the exhibit.

Over the hill and through the strem: Poem 88 charms

August 26, 2015 at 12:45 pm

Mark Leibert’s “Idlewood” uses a blurred shaded effect to create the illusion of dappled light. Hannah Tarr’s “Holes” is the only sculpture...

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Locals breathe; free yoga pops up in Old Fourth Ward

Locals breathe; free yoga pops up in Old Fourth Ward

August 27, 2015 at 8:32 pm

Every Tuesday night, weather permitting, King of Pops, the small Atlanta-based popsicle company, hosts free yoga sessions in the Old Fourth Ward Park. Hundreds of people walk...