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A Battle of Atlanta Commemoration Update

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]By Henry Bryant Several events are planned for this summer in commemoration of the 153rd anniversary of the Battle of Atlanta (BATL). Here’s the latest information: Art work by Jeff Beekman, a photographer and Florida State University faculty member, will be on display at the East […]

Time to Strut Again
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Time to Strut Again

By Carlen Hultgren The 2017 East Atlanta Strut will be held on Saturday, September 23, from 11:00am to 9:00pm. As always, the festival will take place in East Atlanta Village (EAV) at the intersection of Flat Shoals and Glenwood Avenues. The Strut is a free, one-day extravaganza that showcases one […]

Save Ormewood Forest
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Save Ormewood Forest

  By Carol Seeger The term “tree hugger” is seeing a resurgence in East Atlanta, which was awarded 2017 Neighborhood of the Year by Trees Atlanta at the organization’s Root Ball on May 18. Preservation of Atlanta’s tree canopy is important work for greenspace advocates and watershed conservationists. An opportunity […]

Lost kitty!
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Lost kitty!

Lost kitty! Latte is a beautiful fluffy orange & cream-colored male. He is neutered and microchipped. No collar. He had lived on Woodland Avenue for the last 2 months since being adopted from the Humane Society. He escaped near Fayetteville & Flat Shoals Roads when being dropped off to his sitter. […]

Grant Park Birthday Party
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Come Celebrate 134 Years of Grant Park

By Becky Godsey You’re familiar with Grant Park. You drive by it, walk through it, visit the farmer’s market on Sundays, pack picnics for you and your family, and enjoy the tennis and basketball courts. You may even hit up a little league game or two on the weekends, and […]

Kids cook s'mores around the campfire. Photo by Lewis Cartee.
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EAV Celebrates Earth Day with Annual Campout

By Howard Fore Camping in the backyard is a time-honored summer tradition. But what about camping in someone else’s backyard? In East Atlanta, the historic Zuber-Jarrell House was the campground on Saturday, April 22 for more than 50 East Atlanta residents of all ages, as they cooked over a campfire, […]