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  • Urban explorers reach base camp at Ladybird Grove

    Part Wes Anderson film, part campground, Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall is the new restaurant getting buzz in Old Fourth Ward. This campground-style eatery sits right on mile 9.25 of the BeltLine, separated by a tastefully orchestrated landscape design and a small walking path. The concept is one-of-a-kind yet perfectly represents the quirky personality of the up-and-coming Old Fourth Ward. […]

    Urban explorers reach base camp at Ladybird Grove
  • No longer a pi in the sky dream, new club takes root

    It may not have been easy as pie to start, but the after more than a year of planning, the Easy as Pi Club, a new after-school computer science club, is finally a reality. The club, the product of a partnership between Georgia Tech’s Center of Advanced Communication Policy and Grady, aims to spark an interest in computer programming and […]

    No longer a pi in the sky dream, new club takes root
  • Underground protests take to street

    By Carter Guensler and Margo Stockdale As hundreds gathered near the entrance of Underground Atlanta, helicopters hovered above recording the scene. With loud music blaring, picketers hoisted signs overhead and spoke out against injustice. Demonstrators rallied on the evening of Nov. 25 to protest the St. Louis County grand jury’s Nov. 24 decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson for […]

    Underground protests take to street
  • 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, […]

    This is the fifth installment in the series, Around the World on 80 Plates.
  • 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

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No longer a pi in the sky dream, new club takes root

No longer a pi in the sky dream, new club takes root

March 3, 2015 at 4:28 pm

Juniors Graham Kidd and Isabelle Carson put their heads together to work on a circuit board. As a partnership with Georgia Tech, Grady’s Easy as Pi Club has high goals...

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Knights fight valiantly, but in the end Lions show why they’re still Kings

March 28, 2015 at 4:01 pm

By Hannah Stockdale The boys soccer team faced a pretty daunting challenge on Friday when it traveled to the campus of the St. Pius X Golden Lions. The No. 1-ranked AAAA team...

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I’m finding the person I want to be through D&D

March 20, 2015 at 1:05 pm

Picasso once said, “Everything you can imagine is real.” I know this because it was on the front of a notebook I saw one time. The concept of reality is determined...

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Local theater defies international pressure

March 9, 2015 at 1:34 pm

By Conrad Newton and Anders Russell Since movies rose to popularity in the, 20s, they have ingrained themselves in our society. Even with the Internet and streaming services...

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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!...