Seeds of Education

Outdoor classroom grows student learning

November 28, 2017

Green gardens, rain barrels, shaded work spaces and a weather station are the new features of the Mary Lin Elementary School classroom. Reinvigorating the long underdeveloped, underu...

The cover for ColorATL Volume 2 previews the works of artists inside. (Image courtesy of ColorATL)

ColorATL Tightens Relationships Between Artists and Community Members

November 17, 2017

  Until recently, coloring books were thought to only be for children. Then, the adult coloring book craze swept the nation, as adult coloring books were proven to relieve st...

Inman Pumpkin Patch Brings Autumnal Spirit

Inman Pumpkin Patch Brings Autumnal Spirit

October 26, 2017

  Everyday the air gets a little cooler than the day before. The leaves are beginning to fall from the trees. Autumn is slowly approaching and Halloween is waiting just...

A robot and his green, glowing army march as a group down the Beltline.

The Lantern Parade shines light on the Atlanta Beltline

October 6, 2017

The Beltline comes to life on Sept. 9 as the largest temporary art exhibit in the south shines a new light on Atlanta. The Atlanta Lantern Parade every year since 2010 on the weekend...

Located in Old Fourth Ward, A Mano invites a crowd of community members and neighbors with a blend of southern cooking and classic Italian dishes.

A Mano blends Italian, Southern food

October 6, 2017

By Tyler Jones From Rome, Ga. to hot climates and staple cuisines, the Southeast U.S. shares many commonalities with the belpaese of Italy. But the Southeastern city of Atlant...

Jay Hammond solos at Evolution's gig at Mason Tavern. (photo by Sarah Likins)

Grady Jazz Kids

August 23, 2017

Komorebi is the Japanese word for when sunlight filters through the trees and you can see the interplay between the light and the leaves. This is also the word local Atlanta jaz...

In the 1980’s, Grady’s pep rallies took place in the Old Gym. The population is now too large for everyone to fit, so pep rallies are in the New Gym.

Grady Traditions: A Nostalgic Look At Our Past

August 22, 2017

    By Catherine Opsahl Freshman arches, spirit sticks, and Spaghetti Night: though unfamiliar to Grady’s current students, they are all memories for...

Georgia Takes the Movie Industry By Storm

Georgia Takes the Movie Industry By Storm

August 22, 2017

Georgia is taking the movie industry from the city of stars. Hollywood producers, actors, and directors are finding an oasis in temperate climate, low taxes, and heavy traffic...

Welcome To Atlanta

Welcome To Atlanta

March 2, 2017

When you think of Atlanta, do you think of a catchy rap lyric? Maybe an Outkast or Ludacris song? It’s no surprise that we live amongst rap history, but how have our very own neigh...

The New Colombia

The New Colombia

January 30, 2017

“What is a girl like you doing going to Colombia all alone?” a man at the airport asked after he found out I was going to Medellin. Medellin, Colombia was once known as the mos...

Pullman Yard, Atlanta Magazine

The Fight for Pullman Yard

January 30, 2017

Last month, the Atlanta Urban Design Commission declared Pullman Yard a historic site. The state of Georgia announced in December that the abandoned train maintenance facility in...

Cross country coach Jeffrey Cramer.

A Coach’s Approach

November 15, 2016

Jeffrey Cramer is an experienced teacher,  a motivator for his peers, and a force for good in his community. He values efficiency, precision, and never fails to get the job done...

The arts, cultural and news magazine of Henry W. Grady High School in Atlanta, Georgia