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As part of a land swap deal with the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, a new Public Storage building is being constructed on Monroe Drive near the Eastside BeltLine Trail entrance, a street away from Midtown, with its previous location on Piedmont Avenue.
New storage center set for development on BeltLine
Aerin JonesApril 13, 2024

As part of a land swap deal with the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, a new Public Storage building is being constructed on Monroe Drive near the Eastside...

Kaleb Wright, sophomore

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Meredith Bell
Sophomore Kaleb Wright smiles in the Black Box Theater after his Musical Theater class.

Among being a member of JROTC and participating in Midtown theater productions, sophomore Kaleb Wright has enjoyed playing guitar since middle school.

“I’m really good at guitar, I play acoustic and electric,” Wright said. “I plan to make my own music that people can listen to; my dad likes to sing and he has a band; he’s been my inspiration ever since I knew he could sing.”

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Meredith Bell, A&E Section Editor
Meredith is a junior and this is her third year writing for the Southerner. Outside of school, she runs Midtown's film discussion club, acts in theater productions, and participates in Midtown Votes as well as the Plantlanta composting club.

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