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The Impossible Burger creates new possibilities

The Impossible Burger creates new possibilities

Anna Tischer, Online Managing Editor

November 2, 2018

Filed under A&E, Dining, Front Slideshow

Once deemed impossible, a burger that tastes like meat without the use of animal products, is now possible, with the Impossible Burger. “No animal, no com...

Dakota J’s style appeals to all ages

Dakota J’s style appeals to all ages

Frankie Soto

October 31, 2018

Filed under A&E, Front Slideshow

The vibrant colors in the store windows of Dakota J’s catch your eye immediately. Located in the trendy neighborhood of Virginia Highlands, the stor...

Alumni Profile: Jack Bannon

Alumni Profile: Jack Bannon

October 21, 2018

Alumnus Jack Bannon lives more than 3,000 miles out west, in a city that shares little with Atlanta besides its warm climate. Bannon moved from Atlanta after graduating in 2017 to Los Angeles, Calif. He cur...

‘Partners’ fills screen with new perspective

‘Partners’ fills screen with new perspective

Dana Richie, Online Lifestyle Section Editor

October 20, 2018

Filed under A&E, Movie Review

"Partners" was intriguing from the first frame. It opened with Moonglow Tanner (Haley Henderson) standing in a hallway alone and the lighting dramati...

Pertinent for all to see `The Hate U Give’

October 18, 2018

It’s the side of the story so many choose to ignore. It's the side of the story that is plagued with stereotypes. It’s the side of the story that is f...

Alumni Profile: Faye Webster

October 10, 2018

A 2015 graduate, alumna Faye Webster, 21, has already signed to two record labels, has been touring internationally, and has gotten the opportunity to p...

Dreiling, drama students produce original film

October 1, 2018

Moon was struggling with her sexuality. This is a narrative many adolescents face. However, Moon is not real. Moonglow Tanner, played by junior Haley ...

Pianos for Peace

Pianos for Peace

Tyler Jones, Layout Associate Managing Editor and A&E Section Editor

September 26, 2018

Filed under A&E, Front Slideshow

Composer and activist Malek Jandali performs in a peaceful demonstration in front of the White House in Lafayette Park in July of 2011. Playing “Wat...

Fashion teacher Williams’ dress graces Emmys

Fashion teacher Williams’ dress graces Emmys

September 26, 2018

Filed under A&E

A dress hand-painted in silk by Grady fashion teacher V. Kottavei (Richmond) Williams, in conjunction with international designer Therez Fleetwood, made...

Music Midtown Rapidly Approaches

Music Midtown Rapidly Approaches

Helen Moore and Catherine Opsahl

August 22, 2018

Filed under A&E

Music Midtown returns to Piedmont Park on Sept. 15-16. Here is the line-up and a preview of some of the acts coming this year. Kendrick Lamar, Imagin...

Award-winning poet Stallings reads at Grady

Award-winning poet Stallings reads at Grady

August 16, 2018

Poet and classicist A.E. Stallings has proven that the humanities are not a lost art. Many of her poems are based in Greek and Roman mythology, and yet,...

Taylor concert Swiftly merges old and new

Taylor concert Swiftly merges old and new

August 14, 2018

Taylor Swift’s “Reputation” world tour came to Mercedes Benz Stadium Aug. 10-11, filling tens of thousands of seats with screaming teens, parents w...

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