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Here to Serve Restaurants has been an Atlanta staple for over 20 years! If you live in Atlanta or have visited, chances are you have dined in one of their many dining spots! Owner, Chef Tom Catherall, a Certified Master Chef, makes sure that each restaurant offers a great dining experience. With eleven locations around Atlanta and with each offering a unique taste for your palate, you are sure to find a favorite.
H2SR loves giving back to communities and are declaring Wednesdays as giving back day through the month of August! Help make a difference by dining with a cause at two locations this month. Diners dining on Wednesdays at NOCHE will help H2SR donate 10% of earned proceeds to http://www.mygivingpoint.org , an organization helping to empower today''s youth! Diners for Wednesday dinners at SHOUT, will help H2SR give back to Special Olympics Ga. H2SR also lives up to their name by participating in groups such as Atlanta Food Banks and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation just to name a few.
So get out and enjoy a great dinner while helping two great organizations!
Greek triple jumper Voula Papachristou was banished from the Olympic Games on Wednesday after making racist comments and expressing right-wing sentiments on Twitter.
Papachristou was scheduled to fly to London next week from her training base in Athens when the Hellenic Olympic Committee - Greek's Olympic federation - made the decision to expel her from the team.
Papachristou, 23, made a racist and tasteless comment on her Twitter account, @papaxristoutj, that highlighted the number of African immigrants in Greece.
"With so many Africans in Greece … at least the West Nile mosquitos will eat homemade food!!!," Papachristou wrote. She also reposted a comment from controversial Greek politician Ilias Kasidiaris, who has strongly criticized his government's "soft" immigration policy.
The West Nile virus was first discovered in Uganda, but cases have recently been found during the European summer. Papachristou's tweet was met with a flood of angry responses, but she didn't respond until Wednesday, when it became clear she might lose her spot in the Olympics.
"I would like to express my heartfelt apologies for the unfortunate and tasteless joke I published on my personal Twitter account," she said. "I am very sorry and ashamed for the negative responses I triggered, since I never wanted to offend anyone, or to encroach human rights.
Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan and other players conspired to keep former Pistons great Isiah Thomas off the 1992 Olympic Dream Team, Johnson admits in his new book.
"Isiah killed his own chances when it came to the Olympics," Johnson writes in "When The Game Was Ours," scheduled to be released Nov. 4.
Details of the book were reported by Ian Thomsen of Sports Illustrated. The book is co-written by Johnson, Larry Bird and Jackie MacMullan.
Added Johnson: "Nobody on that team wanted to play with him. ... Michael didn't want to play with him. Scottie (Pippen) wanted no part of him. Bird wasn't pushing for him. Karl Malone didn't want him. Who was saying, 'We need this guy'? Nobody."
Chuck Daly was coach of that 1992 team that won the gold medal at Barcelona. He was coach of Thomas and the Pistons at the time.
Johnson also accuses Thomas of questioning Johnson's sexual orientation after the former Michigan State star was diagnosed with HIV in 1991, according to Thomsen's report.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - The top bowler for the Special Olympics looks forward to meeting President Barack Obama in an alley.
"He bowled a 129. I bowl a 300. I could beat that score easily," Michigan's Kolan McConiughey (KO-lahn Mc-KAHNA-he) told The Associated Press in an interview Friday.
The athletic-minded president made an offhand remark Thursday on "The Tonight Show" comparing his weak bowling to "the Special Olympics or something." He quickly apologized and told the Special Olympics chairman he wants to have some of its athletes visit the White House to bowl or play basketball.
McConiughey, who is mentally disabled, is just the bowler for the job. He's bowled five perfect games since 2005.
The 35-year-old McConiughey has been bowling since he was 8 or 9. His advice for Obama? Practice every day