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Chick-fil-A Bowl restoring ‘Peach’ to name

Chick-fil-A Bowl officials plan Monday announcement that bowl’s name will revert to Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.

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Memorable images

Photos: AJC editors choose their favorite pictures of the week. |  A firefighter mourned

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Mockingjay

JLaw's goodbye dinner

The stars of "Mockingjay" celebrated the film's Atlanta wrap with dinner at a Buckhead spot. | "Game of Thrones" star in ATL

Prince

Prince works on album

The Purple One will release previously unreleased material and a reissue of his classic "Purple Rain" album. | More music news

Kim Novak

Novak takes on 'bullies'

"Vertigo" actress Kim Novak speaks out about the remarks made about her appearance after the Oscars. | More celebrity news

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Photos: Adoptable Friends

Looking for a pet? Consider one of these cuties at PAWS Atlanta. | Summer camp to teach kids pet responsibility | Photos: #muttbombing

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Hop into Easter events

Plan your holiday with our list of Easter egg hunts and other events around Atlanta. | Free events | Easter meal deals

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TRAVEL

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Eat, drink, sleep and be merry at the Epicurean Hotel

At the Epicurean Theatre, a culinary classroom at Tampa’s Epicurean Hotel that opened last December, a bevy of 30-something women stifle school-girl giggles and settle in for “A Case of the Mondays,” a wine tasting course that focuses on Washington State wines.

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NATION & WORLD

Avalanche sweeps down Everest, killing at least 12

An avalanche swept down a climbing route on Mount Everest early Friday, killing at least 12 Nepalese guides and leaving four missing in the deadliest disaster on the world's highest peak.

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BUSINESS

Kroger, UFCW reach contracts for 23,598 Georgia workers

Kroger, UFCW reach contracts for 23,598 Georgia workers

Kroger’s Atlanta Division and United Food & Commercial Workers Union Local 1996, representing grocery workers in metro Atlanta and Savannah, have ratified new labor agreements.

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HEALTH

8-time Mr. Olympia focuses on fitness for 50 and older

Being healthy doesn’t stop when you’re 50. It can be the beginning.It has been 23 years since Lee Haney competed in his last bodybuilding competition.

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