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Guest Column: It’s time to get serious about concussions

Guest Column: It’s time to get serious about concussions

By Dr. David Marshall I’ve heard many different phrases over the years. “Tough it out!” “Rub some dirt on it!” “Shake it off!” It’s usually the easiest response to a…

Letter to the Editor: Ga. 400 commute now better

To the editor: Like many residents of Brookhaven, Buckhead, Dunwoody and Sandy Springs, I use Ga. 400 several times a week. Thanks to Gov. Nathan Deal, this commute keeps improving.…

Letter to the Editor: Review bond projects carefully

Dear editor: I am writing to express my concerns regarding the city’s proposed $250 million infrastructure bond currently up for discussion ["Officials want more Buckhead projects on bond list," Buckhead…

Planners want to turn unused areas into north Buckhead greenspace

Planners are exploring the use of vacant lots and other open areas to create more green space in north Buckhead as part of the North Buckhead Civic Associations’ development of…

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…

Ant Hill Live! – Monday, Oct. 20

Monday, Oct. 20, 10:30 a.m. – Ant Hill Live! uses the ant to teach life lessons to toddlers, preschoolers and their families, and highlights a book called P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E. (Practice Right…

Buckhead Atlanta: Valets for parking, bags, even car repairs

Buckhead Atlanta: Valets for parking, bags, even car repairs

With lines of people waiting to get inside the new Shake Shack for a burger or to check out the hip eyewear at the new Warby Parker shop, even Buckhead…

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…

Atlanta officials open new Fort Peachtree green space

Atlanta officials open new Fort Peachtree green space

Atlanta city officials on Oct. 16 formally opened the site of the former Fort Peachtree to the public. The 15-acre site on Ridgewood Road in northwest Atlanta houses a replica…

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