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Annual Trees Atlanta VaHi Tree Planting Set for November 12

October 23, 2016

By Stephanie Coffin and Lola Carlisle Editor’s Note: Stephanie Coffin is a long-time Virginia-Highland resident whose passion for trees has helped make our neighborhood one of the most tree-friendly in the city. Lola Carlisle is a past VHCA board member who stays active in the neighborhood. Mychorrhizae, planting depth, root bound, tree species and planting…

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Stephanie Coffin Unveils New Mosaic “The Crack of Dawn”

June 19, 2016

Stephanie Coffin unveiled her latest mosaic – a work titled “The Crack of Dawn” that now adorns the western-facing wall of the corner planter at Intown ACE Hardware – at a small ceremony last Sunday. The work depicts the sun rising over an inverted city horizon with a flock of birds ascending. Many of the…

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New Eleven Ton Midtown Public Art Exhibit Has VaHi Connection

November 15, 2013

Long-time VaHi residents Stephanie and Tom Coffin must be beaming with parental pride this morning. The Coffin’s eldest son Zachary is a designer and sculptor – of very, very large pieces. His most recent work – entitled Rockspinner – was erected yesterday at the corner of Peachtree and 10th streets. Rockspinner is a 22,500 pound…

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A Conversation with Stephanie Coffin

August 26, 2013

By: John Becker Stephanie Coffin and her husband Tom have lived in Virginia-Highland for forty years, moving from Midtown to their current home on Highland View in 1973 when Stephanie was “very pregnant” with their second child. Many VaHi residents know of the Coffins’ involvement with The Great Speckled Bird, the iconic counterculture weekly that…

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Voice – Fall 1993

August 1, 1993

Download PDF (2.7 MB) – Summerfest contest was a piece of art – My home, my castle and my office (profile of residents who work at home), by Deborah Cox – Crime down sharply in FBAC area – More B.S. (that’s bike stuff), by Michael Goodman – Col. Mustard reviews Red Light Café at Amsterdam…

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