Broken Egg = Another Great Spot for Dunwoody Eats. The long-awaited breakfast/brunch/lunch spot that has been announcing its arrival in the former Borders location on Ashford Dunwoody Road is opening this week.

Here’s your chance to give their menu a try and help out a local charity at the same time.

Make a reservation for the café’s soft opening scheduled 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 4, 5 and 6 and your meal is free with gratuity for your server plus a donation to one of our community’s local non-profits. Thursday benefits the Spruill Center for the Arts; Friday benefits the Dunwoody Nature Center and Saturday benefits the Community Assistance Center in Sandy Springs, thanks to general manager Felicity Hall who researched local charities in the community.

Call 678-786-9344 to make your reservation.

The Perimeter restaurant is a Creole-style franchise owned by Double R Restaurant Group of Lafayette, La. The Dunwoody location joins two other locations managed by this franchisee as well as a location at Peachtree Hills in Buckhead.

“Take a Spin” footage nets $1,500 prize. David Academy seventh grader Zachary Cohen was the only prize winner from Georgia in the 2013 C-Span StudentCam video competion. His second place win netted him the $1,500 prize and $125 for his school’s video equipment library.

His project, “Education: Take a Spin” focused on the importance of educational funding and included interviews with Georgia 4th District Congressman Hank Johnson and Georgia State Public School Superintendent Dr. John Barge.

The competition invited middle and high school students to produce five- to eight-minute documentaries on a national issue. Nearly 2,000 entries were received on issues ranging from public policy and bullying to troop withdrawal and the national debt.

Cohen’s documentary will air on C-Span on April 17. See the video online here:

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