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New Directions for Boulevard Heights

By Stacey Martin The Boulevard Heights Community would like to thank James Palmer for three years of service as president of the neighborhood organization. Palmer’s efforts have benefited residents of Boulevard Heights in numerous ways, and they look forward to his continued involvement on the Atlanta Public School issues that […]

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We Want Your Old Books

By Kris Raper The Friends of East Atlanta Library will again hold its annual book sale as part of the East Atlanta Strut on Saturday, September 17. Book and CD donations will be collected from Friday, August 19 to Friday, September 9, at these locations: East Atlanta Library: Monday 10:00am […]

For EAV Restaurants, Every Day Is Earth Day
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For EAV Restaurants, Every Day Is Earth Day

By Jeffrey Brower For Earth Day, the Gravity Pub, N’awlins Restaurant, and the soon to re-open Glenwood got their parking lot cleaned up by one of their mutual business partners. All three restaurants use a company called Greenlight Bio-fuels to recycle their used cooking oil into bio-diesel. Greenlight also works […]

Tire Round-Up for Earth Day
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Tire Round-Up for Earth Day

By Michelle Rice East Atlanta once again holds the dubious honor of winning Council Member Natalyn Archibong’s annual Earth Day Tire Roundup. East Atlanta crews were responsible for more than 1,100 of the 1,675 tires collected on Saturday, April 16. We like to think that’s because our volunteers were the […]

Alumni Help Students Make the Grade
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Alumni Help Students Make the Grade

By Jackie Mead As the spring semester of 2011 is drawing to a close at Georgia State University, many graduating seniors are scurrying to prepare for life after textbooks. With the shaky economy and the pressure of beginning a career breathing down students’ necks, the reality of finding a new […]