Half Price Books in Decatur.

Half Price Books

November 11, 2016

It's dark outside, but the bright fluorescent lights and soft, calming music of Decatur’s Half Price Books are still welcoming customers inside. Rows upon rows of books line th...

Candler Park Market in Candler Park.

Beloved Candler Park Opens Another Market In Grant Park

November 11, 2016

Candler Park Market is a local grocery store located at the intersection of Mclendon Ave and Clifton Road. The store offers a wide selection of local produce, meats, cheeses and...

Mario Herrera Makes His Mark as Debate Coach

Mario Herrera Makes His Mark as Debate Coach

September 16, 2016

Few people talk more than Mario Herrera, Grady’s speech and debate coach, but most people don’t know the story behind his articulate nature. Herrera developed an intere...

Coffeehouse hosts Dhruv Mehra (left) and Ben Grady (right) personify two hyper-patriotic Americans at

Coffeehouse Welcomes Diversity on Stage

September 16, 2016

Wild applause met Grady’s diverse performers on stage during the first Coffeehouse of the 2016-17 school year. Students from all grade levels took the stage the night of Augus...

The Atlanta Botanical Gardens feature Dale Chihuly's latest blown-glass sculpture.

Chihuly’s Glass is Back With Class

August 24, 2016

As visitors pass through the gates of the Atlanta Botanical Garden, they are greeted with a jungle of trees, flowers, and endless varieties of other plants. Nestled among the plant...

(Neely Conway)

The Pug Life Chose Conway

August 18, 2016

Neely Conway has always had an exceptional love for pitbulls. Her entire childhood revolved around the breed. Now 26, married, with no kids, she still loves the dogs. When C...

Damiani’s Design Aims to Brighten Future

Joseph Earles, Writer

August 3, 2016

On. Off. On. Off. Junior Ethan Damiani holds a breadboard of LED lights shining onto solar panels. These solar panels, reflecting a messy lab as well as Damiani’s determined face, are connected to a volt meter to register transferred energy to the panels. “I really find pleasure in working with these lights because of the incredible amount of use they could be put up to,” Damiani said. “...

Sophie Son, local resident and aspiring gardener, helps to water vegetables.

Community Garden Brings Neighborhood Together

August 3, 2016

In the spring of 2015, the neighbors of Euclid Terrace came together and decided to start a community garden. There was one issue: where would the garden go? Luckily, there was a...

Beltline Brings Atlanta All New Benefits

Sophie Pye, Writer

August 3, 2016

A slight breeze rustles through the falling leaves while bikes whiz through the pathway. Snippets of passing conversations dominate the air and unique graffiti is displayed on almost every surface. An eclectic mix of people, scenery, and art is most commonly found on the Atlanta Beltline. “The construction of the Beltline has been really effective in ways of travel and commute between populous a...


Clarissa Mullig, Editor

June 20, 2016

The late twentieth century was a time of artistic innovation like none before it. Creativity was about breaking rules, crossing boundaries, and questioning the norm. Counter-culture became mainstream culture as the hip-hop, post-punk and street art movements became not only well-known, but celebrated. This was the world in which Jean-Michel Basquiat began his career. Over the course of a decade, Ba...

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