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Themes of Day 1: 'Beverly Hall,' 'conspiracy'

Former Atlanta superintendent Beverly Hall wasn't in the courtroom, but her name was invoked often. | Photos


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Lisa returns to TV

The former "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star is trying her hand at reality TV again with "Hollywood Divas." | Todd's daughter's first job

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ASO CEO resigns

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra CEO Stanley Romanstein resigns as lockout enters its fourth week. | Heading into arbitration?


J. Lo's driving drama

Jennifer Lopez and actress Leah Remini were reportedly rear ended by a drunk driver over the weekend. | More entertainment news

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'Magic Mike XXL' in Ga.

The sequel to the 2012 hit starring Channing Tatum is looking for extras. | Gosling, Crowe to shoot in ATL | "The Game" needs extras

Kid Cudi

Outkast opener drama

Kid Cudi reportedly cut his own set short at Saturday night's show. | Photos | Reviews:  Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Video from the show



A weekend in … Glenwood Springs, Colo.

A weekend in … Glenwood Springs, Colo.

Weekend in Glenwood Springs, Colo., one of three ways: on a budget, spending a bit more, or when the getaway calls for a splurge.

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White House intruder got far past front door

The intruder who climbed a fence made it farther inside the White House than the Secret Service has publicly acknowledged, a Republican congressman said Monday.

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New Fulton linen service for hotels to hire 150

A linen service for hotels will open a Fulton County facility and hire 150 workers, the Governor’s Office announced Monday.


Gary Turner, 39, of Marietta lost 98 pounds

SUCCESS STORY / Gary Turner, 39: From 291 pounds to 193 poundsFormer weight: 291 poundsCurrent weight: 193 poundsPounds lost: 98 poundsHeight: 6 feetAge: 39 yearsHow long he’s kept it off: He started in January and reached his current weight in September.

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Hometown Hero: Local businessman documents war vet’s experiences

Clayton Byrd, 89, of Atlanta narrowly survived heavy fighting in the Battle of the Bulge and Germany at the end of World War II but came close to dying the next time he was in Germany — during the Korean conflict, while helping build a baseball field with two Army bulldozers.

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Jeff Schultz is a sports columnist and blogger for the AJC

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The Prep Zone blog covers high school sports in Atlanta and Georgia

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News to Me / George Mathis

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Business beat

Atlanta, GA and US business news and how it affects you

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Radio & TV Talk / Rodney Ho

From Atlanta’s stations to the hottest “American Idol" news.

The Buzz / Jennifer Brett

The Buzz / Jennifer Brett

Atlanta buzz about people, social life and celebrities

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Atlanta Shopping / Nedra Rhone

Find metro Atlanta deals and bargains to save you money

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The Music Scene / Melissa Ruggieri

Concerts, live music, Atlanta musicians and the best acts coming to town

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Atlanta Restaurant Scene / John Kessler

Best Atlanta restaurants, new places to try, recipes, Atlanta chefs and food

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Raising healthy children without going insane, one blog post at a time.


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Today's editorial cartoon from the AJC's Pulitzer Prize winner