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Q&A: Brookhaven voters to decide Nov. 4 on redevelopment powers

Brookhaven City Council on July 29 approved a resolution putting “redevelopment powers” for the mayor and City Council in the hands of the voters on Nov. 4. According to City…

eBooks Class – Wednesday, Oct. 22

Wednesday, Oct. 22, 3-4 p.m. – Do you want to know more about eBooks? The Brookhaven Branch Library staff will show you what’s available and how to access eBooks with…

Brookhaven hosts concert in Blackburn Park

Brookhaven hosts concert in Blackburn Park

Brookhaven held its “Live In The Park” Music Festival in Blackburn Park on Sunday, Oct. 19. Below, Anna Kaminski,age 1, paid rapt attention to the show as her mother, Jen,…

Georgia Shakespeare: Farewell to a theater and a way of life

Georgia Shakespeare: Farewell to a theater and a way of life

By Martha Nodar As a long-time Atlanta resident, I recall Georgia Shakespeare’s early beginnings and its arrival in the late 1990s at the Conant Performing Arts Center at Oglethorpe University.…

Speaker series features ‘Small Stories, Big Ideas’

Speaker series features ‘Small Stories, Big Ideas’

What do you get when you put a Pulitzer-prize winning author, a polar explorer and social activists into one room? Holy Innocents’ speaker series, “Small Stories, Big Ideas.” Coming together…

Brookhaven annexation request stirs opponents

Two major office developments are asking to be annexed into Brookhaven, but residents of nearby neighborhoods who want to start their own town are asking city officials to wait. Brookhaven…

Oglethorpe explores future after Georgia Shakespeare

Oglethorpe explores future after Georgia Shakespeare

Following the closing of Georgia Shakespeare after 29 years, the school that hosted the Brookhaven-based theater company says it is exploring new options for the building that housed the theater…

Police want teens to keep their minds on the road

Police want teens to keep their minds on the road

For Sandy Springs police Sgt. Dan Nable, drivers need to keep more than just their eyes on the road. They need to keep their minds on the road, too. Nable…

“Live in the Park” – Sunday, Oct. 19

Sunday, Oct. 19, 1-7 p.m. – Catch concerts in Blackburn Park during the “Live in The Park” event. Food, cold beverages and a kids’ zone entertains all. Free and open…

Report: Boyer applies for retirement pension

Ex-DeKalb Commissioner Elaine Boyer has applied for her county retirement pension, which the county’s pension board will grant, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The August the commissioner resigned her post…

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