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Posted on : July 19th, 2013 0 Comments

ON TAP JULY 19th!

Three Cheers for Three Taverns Craft Beers!!! Brian Purcell, tenant at 121 New Street, is happy to announce two flagship beers, Single Intent, a Belgian-style single ale, and A Night In Brussels IPA, a Belgian-style American IPA, will be on tap … Continue reading

Posted on : July 19th, 2013 0 Comments

Making Friends

Fed Ex and UPS Drop Boxes at East Decatur Station

Looks like our UPS box has some friendly company FINALLY!  The ribbon has been cut, and in full service!  Look next to cluster mailboxes, behind/underneath Corner Pub at East Decatur Station.

Posted on : June 26th, 2013 0 Comments

The Big Pop Up: An Evening of Local Flavor

Big Pop Up MusicMosaic Artist at work012King of PopsThe Marlay House Food Truck

As the last day of spring faded into summer, East Decatur Station (EDS) came alive with local art, music, food and beer for The Big Pop Up event. The event was sponsored by The Decatur Arts Alliance & City of Decatur as a part of the “Keep It Indie-Catur” initiative to support local businesses. Continue reading

Posted on : June 21st, 2013 0 Comments

The Art of Wine Making & Home Brewing in Decatur

Wine Shop 1BeerAmarone: Marcia's favorite.  A red Italian blend.  Great for big red lovers.A peach apricot chardonnay.  A great light summer white.

“Wine or beer?” When asked, Wine Workshop and Brew Center owners Marcia & Gerald were divided in their response.  Marcia who comes from a family of wine lovers and grape growers naturally prefers wine while her husband Gerald who runs … Continue reading

Posted on : June 3rd, 2013 0 Comments

Academe to Africa: Connecting Students through Technology & Art at EDS

Academe of the Oaks Bones

Academe of the Oaks students use technology and art to connect with youth in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Tucked away here in East Decatur Station, students from Academe of the Oaks are Skyping with youth a world away in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Over a series of video conferences facilitated by the Global Nomads Group, Academe students learned about the civil wars, genocide and strife in the DRC -not through text books or videos- but by talking directly to kids who are living through the harsh reality of war. Conversations between the groups of students have ranged from intense discussions about the difficulty of living in a war torn country, economics, the universal challenges of adolescence to simply finding reasons for laughter. Continue reading

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