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Cycle for Good – Sunday, Dec. 9

8:30-11:30 a.m. – The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta’s Spin Studio takes part in “Cycle for Good,” an international stationary bike fundraising event for the Special Olympics. Minimum contribution…

Can’t decide

Can’t decide

Macon Chiles, 14, shops among the many festive gifts on display at the Spruill Gallery in Dunwoody on Nov. 24. The gallery’s annual Holiday Artists Market, open throughout the season…

Sandy Springs celebrates its seventh birthday

Sandy Springs celebrates its seventh birthday

With birthday cake and a few tales of a difficult gestation, Sandy Springs Rotarians and city officials on Dec. 3 celebrated Sandy Springs’ seventh birthday. Mayor Eva Galambos, City Manager…

DeKalb superintendent urges focus on facts

DeKalb superintendent urges focus on facts

Superintendent Cheryl Atkinson on Dec. 3 told a different story about DeKalb County Schools than the story parents have heard. They’ve been told officials with the Southern Association of Colleges…

Dunwoody City Council drops ethics charges

Dunwoody City Council members have agreed to dismiss the ethics charges they filed against one another rather than appearing before the Board of Ethics for a formal hearing. Following mediation…

The unnoticed move that transformed metro Atlanta

The unnoticed move that transformed metro Atlanta

By Rusty Paul A significant, but subtle shift occurred in metro Atlanta over the past two decades. It is a shift so subtle that few people realize the transformative nature…

Good talkers

Good talkers

Jordan Epstein, left, and Victor Skenderi, both Pace Academy seniors, won first place at the University of Michigan’s National Seniors Round Robin tournament, pitting them against some of the country’s…

Run a Nonprofit – Saturday, Dec. 8

2-3 p.m. – A four-month series of classes gets underway, teaching you how to start and run a successful nonprofit organization. Dec. 8, “Things You Should Know as You Prepare.”…

Though few in number, nuns make a big impact at St. Joe’s

Though few in number, nuns make a big impact at St. Joe’s

It would be an understatement to say Sister Valentina Sheridan is a people person. Known to most as Sister Val, Sheridan can almost always be found walking the halls at…

Champion eater thinks his hometown needs its own nosh

Champion eater thinks his hometown needs its own nosh

The way Dale Boone sees it, Brookhaven could use a food of its own. Not just any food. Something that would say “Brookhaven” the way a hot dog says “Coney…