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Da Vinci’s Donuts is coming to Dunwoody this fall

The shop will have a design-your-own-doughnut station, where customers can choose from different toppings to create their own flavors. They will also offer pre-made combinations such as cannoli, dulce de leche, and raspberry lemonade.
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How much Atlanta’s median home values have increased

Since metro Atlanta’s recovery began in earnest in 2012, prices are up—in some places way up. Here, how the median home value has changed from December 2011 to December 2015.
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Affordable Massage: SensAbility

If you relax at the thought of a bargain, book an appointment at SensAbility, the student clinic at the Atlanta School of Massage in Dunwoody, where you can score a 50-minute rubdown for just $40 from a therapist in training.
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OTP Bakery: Alon’s Bakery & Market

Those who shop at Alon Balshan’s submarine of a store in Morningside might be surprised by the scale of his supersized Dunwoody outpost near Perimeter Mall.

Unleash the hounds* at the Dog Jog race in Dunwoody

Is your husky looking a bit, er, husky? Send Rover right over to the Dog Jog, timed one-mile and 5K races at Dunwoody’s Brook Run Dog Park that are open to all breeds, plus their human companions (who can qualify for the Peachtree Road Race).

Planting No. 100,000 for Trees Atlanta

Trees Atlanta was founded in 1985 by Central Atlanta Progress, the Atlanta Parks Commission, and the Junior League of Atlanta. The organization was formed in response to massive tree loss cause by urban development. On March 27, the organization will plant its 100,000th tree.

Land rush continues for proposed new DeKalb cities

First came Dunwoody, which snatched up Perimeter Center, arguably the richest square mile of commercial property in metro Atlanta. Then came Brookhaven, which successfully padded its tax rolls with parcels lying far outside its historic neighborhood borders.

Why Michael Thurmond has a chance to save DeKalb schools

It was an encounter worthy of a reality TV show. A roomful of parents and homeowners, angry and distrustful and ready to bolt from the disgraced DeKalb County schools. The new superintendent standing before them with one shot to win them over.

Genius Barred

The Department of Homeland Security's color-coded terror alert system is deader than Bin Laden, but that's not stopping patriotic clerks at two metro Atlanta Apple stores from being straight-up CodeOrangeDon'tTreadOnMeLeeGreenwoodIsMyCo-Pilot Vigilant Dudes.

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