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Laughter Yoga – Saturday, March 21

Saturday, March 21, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. – Laughter Yoga improves health, happiness and joy. It requires no special clothing, no equipment and no special poses to learn. The more you…

Night Hike – Friday, March 20

Friday, March 20, 7:30 p.m. – Visitors connect with nature after-hours, allowing for a different sensory experience as nocturnal animals take over, and nature runs its course. Gather for the…

“Anything Goes” – Thursday, March 19

Thursday, March 19, 7 p.m. – Climb aboard a magical musical ship where Cole Porter songs, including “It’s De-Lovely,” “Friendship,” “I Get a Kick Out Of You,” “All Through the…

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Yelp’s help

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Yelp’s help

  Editor’s note: Yelp is a website and a mobile app – free to use – that connects you with local businesses, organizations and events. Reporter Newspapers has partnered with…

VanderDash 5K – Saturday, March 21

Saturday, March 21, 7:30 a.m. – It’s time for the seventh annual Vanderlyn Elementary School’s VanderDash 5K / 1-mile fun run! 5K begins at 7:30 a.m.; fun run starts at…

Robin’s Nest: Injury is not because I’m ‘old’

Robin’s Nest: Injury is not because I’m ‘old’

By Robin Jean Marie Conte Let’s get one thing straight, right off the bat: it’s not because I’m old. That was the first thing the doctor said when reviewing the…

Standout Student: Pascal Acree studies radon levels

Standout Student: Pascal Acree studies radon levels

Last year when Riverwood International Charter School student Pascal Acree was a sophomore in Honors Chemistry, he did his science fair project on the effect of environmental conditions on radon…

Standout Student: Caroline Carr Grant creates reading curriculum

Standout Student: Caroline Carr Grant creates reading curriculum

This past summer, Lovett Junior Caroline Carr Grant spent her days formulating a unique reading curriculum for kids of AGAPE, a nonprofit that provides support to underserved families. Caroline Carr…

Road Trips: ‘The Walking Dead’ brings life to town of Senoia

Road Trips: ‘The Walking Dead’ brings life to town of Senoia

Editor’s note: For the first of our periodic Road Trips articles for 2015, we suggest a trip to the small town of Senoia, the center of the action for fans…

Citizen volunteers bring more ‘eyes and ears’ to the streets

Citizen volunteers bring more ‘eyes and ears’ to the streets

Dunwoody, Sandy Springs and Atlanta all have police citizen’s academies, which introduce residents to the operations of their local police departments. Brookhaven police plan to host their first by the…