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City of Atlanta still has not turned over property deeds to APS

In a spirit of cooperation, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, announced Feb 4 that he would be turning over 10 disputed property deeds to the Atlanta Public Schools “right away.”

Now 10 months later, the City of Atlanta has yet turn over those deeds.

In an interview Dec. 1, Reed said he has no intention to turn over those deeds unless APS agrees to require buyers to offer affordable housing.

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Channeling philanthropy for maximum success

By Guest Columnist DAVID E. FULLER, president of the SunTrust Foundation

I’ve always believed that to whom much is given, much is required. Throughout my business career, I’ve held fast to this principle, so when I was offered the chance to head the SunTrust Foundation, it was the perfect opportunity to turn my passion for giving into a full-time career.

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Jessica Chastain dazzles in ‘Miss Sloane,’ a woman who burns through glass ceiling

Elizabeth Sloane (Jessica Chastain), the protagonist of the lively political thriller, “Miss Sloane,” is one tough cookie. Some might even say of her, “Such a nasty woman.”

No, Sloane isn’t running for president. She’s a high-powered Washington lobbyist, whip-smart and utterly ruthless. And her tactics are as amoral as they are inventive.

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  • Commentary: Atlanta leaders ‘Sleep Out’ for the homeless

    Commentary: Atlanta leaders ‘Sleep Out’ for the homeless

    The Covenant House, a refuge for homeless youth, holds a unique fundraiser every year. It invites community leaders to sleep outdoors so they can get a taste of what it’s like to be homeless. The fifth annual “Sleep Out” happened Nov. 17, when a hundred Atlanta leaders slept outdoors on the campus in Northwest Atlanta.

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