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Inside Circle of life Cyclorama moving to Atlanta History Center COMMUNITY 2

Fly loft or not Options outlined for new Sandy Springs arts center COMMUNITY 3

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AUG. 8 — AUG. 21, 2014 • VOL. 8 — NO. 16

Chefs in the making

Record breaker?

Home grown veggie reaches monster size ROBIN’S NEST 7

All in He fled the Nazis, then returned to fight AROUND TOWN 8

Spread the word Volunteer leads fundraiser for cancer nonprofit MAKING A DIFFERENCE 10

Dining out Alfredo’s makes you feel like family RESTAURANTS 14

Manga mania Lovett graduate loves the genre

Ellie Bond, 3, left, and her brother Dexter, 4, make peanut butter and pear sandwiches at the Peachtree Road Farmers Market on Aug. 2. The market, located at the Cathedral of St. Philip at 2744 Peachtree Road, is open Saturdays through Dec.13. More photos on page 4.

New faces at Buckhead schools this year BY ANN MARIE QUILL

PHIL MOSIER

Rectory debate moves to city board BY JOE EARLE

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Find out where crime is happening in your area

Following a period of uncertainty earlier this year when three Buckhead schools in the Atlanta Public School System were facing vacancies in their principal positions, the 2014-15 school year Leaders ready kicked off Aug. 4 with new faces in for school year the top spots. pages 16-17. Curtis Douglass takes the helm at North Atlanta High School, where he previously served as assistant principal; Woodbridge “Buck” Greene Jr., formerly prin-

The emotional neighborhood debate over whether to house six priests in a rectory on West Wesley Drive heads to a city zoning review board this month. The Archdiocese of Atlanta proposes to expand and convert a home at 136 W. Wesley Drive so it can house the priests, who now live in the rectory at the Cathedral of Christ the King on Peachtree Road. But residents who live near the West Wesley house oppose the plan, saying the archdiocese wants to construct a building that is too large and will be too busy for their neighborhood. One resident compared

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SEE NEW FACES, PAGE 19

SEE RECTORY, PAGE 5

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