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GSU’s Rialto Center educates and entertains

GSU’s Rialto Center educates and entertains

Duncan Tanner

February 14, 2019

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The Rialto. A center for the arts. A cultural hearth. And since 1996, an education platform. This platform has not only affected Atlanta, but it also plays a...

For Keeps Bookstore adds to historical Auburn Avenue

For Keeps Bookstore adds to historical Auburn Avenue

Kamryn Harty, Online Comment Editor

February 1, 2019

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Not many bookstores have what For Keeps Books on Auburn Avenue has. A small, quaint storefront in the historical heart of the African-American communi...

Art students produce public murals

Art students produce public murals

Catherine Opsahl

January 31, 2019

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The arts department has been busier than usual this month, as both the Advanced Placement Art class and the Drawing/Painting 2 class were commissioned to pa...

Venom: Bites off more than it can chew

Venom: Bites off more than it can chew

Anna Rachwalski

January 25, 2019

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On May 4th, 2007, Spider-Man 3 was released by Sony, being the third installment in their Spider-Man movie trilogy.  They introduced a villain to the big...

Varuni Napoli offers a new workplace for Grady students

Varuni Napoli offers a new workplace for Grady students

January 18, 2019

Exceptional smell.  Delicious food. Satisfied customers having a good time.  Varuni Napoli is a unique restaurant. Varuni Napoli opened in April 2014, serving ...

‘The Help’ holds to high reviews

‘The Help’ holds to high reviews

Ava Smith

January 17, 2019

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Combining compassion with brutal reality, "The Help" follows the lives of African American women working as the maids of rich white families in the 1960s a...

Drama department prepares ‘West Side Story’

Drama department prepares ‘West Side Story’

Elise Isakov, Video Editor

January 8, 2019

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“West Side Story” has made a huge impact on the world of musical theater since it first debuted in 1957. The drama department decided to take on t...

Alum Eddie “Levi” Lee inspires students

Alum Eddie “Levi” Lee inspires students

December 10, 2018

The Black Box Theater was transformed to look like a diner, equipped with a jukebox and authentic booths, for the Grady High School performance of “Waffle...

Paolo’s, a Virginia-Highland staple for 18 years

Paolo’s, a Virginia-Highland staple for 18 years

December 5, 2018

Paolo’s Gelato Italiano has been in business in Virginia-Highland for 18 years. It is a family-friendly dessert location that is considered a staple in ...

Callanwolde fosters the fine arts

Callanwolde fosters the fine arts

December 5, 2018

Once inhabited by the owners of Coca-Cola, Callanwolde Fine Arts Center is a beautiful mansion now used for private events and art classes.  It is also a...

DeKalb Farmers Market provides the world’s cuisine

DeKalb Farmers Market provides the world’s cuisine

November 30, 2018

When entering Your Dekalb Farmers Market, you’re immediately engulfed in various cultures from over the world. From the 184 flags draped on the ceiling...

Hattie B’s Hot Chicken is Worth the Wait

Hattie B’s Hot Chicken is Worth the Wait

November 29, 2018

Since 2013, residents of Little Five Points and Candler Park had been waiting. After a laundromat sold its property, promises have been made for a Chick-fil-...

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