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

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  • Doc Chey’s Unites a Community

    Doc Chey’s Unites a Community

    Charlotte Spears, Writer

    March 6, 2017

    The red neon sign reading “Doc Chey’s” glows above the young and the old as they eat at the restaurant, which has established itself as a part of the neighborhood families, not just the community. A restaurant that grows up with the children as much as it winds down with the parents sits on top o...

  • Crafting Colorful Classics

    Crafting Colorful Classics

    Yoanna Shushkova, Writer

    February 3, 2017

    The High Museum’s exhibition “I See a Story: The Art of Eric Carle” opened last March, but has attracted so many visitors that it has been extended until February 12. Eric Carle is one of today's most beloved illustrators and writers, having created over 70 books. His colorful, and interesting w...

    Yoanna Shushkova

  • The New Colombia

    The New Colombia

    Yoanna Shushkova, Writer

    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 most dangerous city in the world. It was the center of drugs and the infamous Colombian cartel led by Pablo Escobar. Thirt...

    Yoanna Shushkova

  • The Fight for Pullman Yard

    The Fight for Pullman Yard

    Lucy Rice, Editor

    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 Kirkwood is for sale. Pullman Yard is located on Rogers Street between DeKalb Avenue and Hosea L. Williams Drive. The 26...

    Pullman Yard, Atlanta Magazine

    Caroline C. Kilgore

  • “Arrival”: An Interdimensional Thriller

    “Arrival”: An Interdimensional Thriller

    Phoebe Li, Writer

    January 26, 2017

    “Arrival” pairs a slow pace and mysterious supernatural aspect with a cynical view of the human race and the consequences of venturing outside of our own comprehension. Director Denis Villeneuve and writer Eric Heisserer have created an unsettling yet thrilling take on the plausibility of extrater...

    Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner in Arrival (2016).

    Paramount Pictures

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Crafting Colorful Classics

Crafting Colorful Classics

Yoanna Shushkova, Writer

The High Museum’s exhibition “I See a Story: The Art of Eric Carle” opened last March, but has attracted so many visitors that it has been extended until February 12. Eric Carle is one of today's most beloved illustr...

February 3, 2017No Comments

The Illusionists Tour Atlanta

The Illusionists Tour Atlanta

Phoebe Li, Writer

The seven greatest magicians from around the world gathered together to perform mind-boggling tricks and cunning acts for the show “The Illusionists - Live from Broadway.” These skillful feats were performed at the Fox Theat...

November 15, 2016No Comments

A Fresh Coat

A Fresh Coat

Lucy Rice, Writer

Wylie Street in Cabbagetown is famous for the authentic murals painted along the wall that separates the town from the CSX tracks. Each June, in an event called Forward Warrior, some of Atlanta's most notable street artists...

October 13, 2016No Comments

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Audio

“Starboy” Is Simply Satisfying

“Starboy” Is Simply Satisfying

Seraphina Cooley, Writer

Last year, we saw outstanding releases from Beyonce, Frank Ocean, Young Thug, Rihanna, Kanye West, Bon Iver, and plenty of others. It’s a bold move to release an album after so many critical and comm...

January 9, 2017No Comments

Grady Orchestra Pulls Strings for Carnegie Hall Trip

Grady Orchestra Pulls Strings for Carnegie Hall Trip

October 19, 2016

A Painful Past, A Promising Present

A Painful Past, A Promising Present

September 6, 2016

No, His Name Is Jeffery

No, His Name Is Jeffery

September 6, 2016

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Feature

Welcome To Atlanta

Welcome To Atlanta

Lucy Rice, Editor

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 neighborhoods shaped hip hop? Atlanta Police...

March 2, 2017No Comments

The New Colombia

The New Colombia

January 30, 2017

The Fight for Pullman Yard

The Fight for Pullman Yard

January 30, 2017

Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great

January 9, 2017

Atlanta Public School’s Alumn Catches A Big Break

Atlanta Public School’s Alumn Catches A Big Break

January 9, 2017

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