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Double Zero Coming to Village

Double Zero, a popular Sandy Springs destination for contemporary Southern Italian fare, will open in Emory Village this summer.


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Dressing Up the Roundabout

The center of the roundabout in Emory Village will get a major facelift this spring, thanks to the generosity of more than 100 neighbors to date. EVA is a 501(c)(3) organization, and all donations are tax deductible.


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Replanting in the Village

Emory grounds crews recently pulled out weeds, tilled and amended the soil, and began replanting the islands near the roundabout.


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ARC Recognizes Village Progress at State of the Region Event

As one of the early recipients of a Living Centers Initiative grant in 2003, Emory Village’s transformation was one of three success stories recently highlighted by the Atlanta Regional Commission in a look back at the impact of LCI efforts.


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First Proposal at the Fountain

On bended knee amidst rose pedals, flickering candles, and the gurgle of the Mary Kelly Fountain in Emory Village Plaza, Ben Sperling asked Ariel Levin to marry him.


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Village Gets Lucky

Lucky’s Burger & Brew has opened in the Village, featuring lots of burgers, fresh produce and dog bowls for your four-legged friends.


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Purple Corkscrew Closes Village location

After suffering water damage to its premises in 2015, The Purple Corkscrew has closed its Emory Village location.


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Open Streets DeKalb Draws Hundreds to Annual Celebration

Open Streets DeKalb in Emory Village celebrated its third year Sept. 20 with an afternoon of music provided by local bands, a cappella groups, and a choir, and much more.


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