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Artist, actor, and playwright Walker Davis is showing his artwork at the East Atlanta Library
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Artist Brings Vintage Horror and More

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]By Henry Bryant Walker Davis has been an artist and creative person all his life. His art will be on display at the gallery wall of the East Atlanta Library with an opening reception Friday night October 20, starting at 6:00pm. (See “Spooky Art Party” elsewhere […]

BATL Changes Bring New Volunteer Opportunities
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BATL Changes Bring New Volunteer Opportunities

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]For 10 years BATL (The Battle of Atlanta Commemoration Organization) held an annual event that grew into a full week of programs each July, Since 2015, the year after the Sesquicentennial of the Battle of Atlanta, the organization has been offering programs throughout  the year and […]

Stephanie Johnson Named Georgia Principal of the Year
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Stephanie Johnson Named Georgia Principal of the Year

Principal Stephanie Johnson is congratulated by representatives from the Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals. L/R Sheila Kahrs, assistant to executive director, GASSP; Stephanie Johnson, principal, Maynard H. Jackson High School; Melton Callahan, executive director, GASSP; Art Wheaton, past president, GASSP. Photo: Atlanta Public Schools ◄ Back Next ► Picture […]

MJHS Senior Receives Scholarship
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MJHS Senior Receives Scholarship

[Show as slideshow] by Melanie Regnier On March 24, Atia Butts, a senior and the valedictorian of her class at Maynard Jackson High School, received an acceptance letter from Georgia Tech with a full academic scholarship. As it turns out, this is just one of many extraordinar¿nard students to graduate […]

Variance Application for Gordon School
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Variance Application for Gordon School

[Show as slideshow] After many years, plans have finally come forward to redevelop the Gordon Elementary School property on Metropolitan Avenue near Moreland in the East Atlanta Village. The developers, Trammell Crow in partnership with Paces Properties, are asking for a variance to reduce the open space requirement. The hardship […]