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MyAJC top 5 in Five Minutes: April 24, 2014

Photos: MyAJC's top 5 in Five Minutes — April 24, 2014

MyAJC's Top 5 in Five Minutes is The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's daily look at the top stories and upcoming events that will be the talk of the town in metro Atlanta.

Game 2

Here’s why these are not the Same Old Hawks

If you’re among those who saw the Hawks get boat-raced in the second half of Game 2 and felt moved to mutter, “Same old Hawks,” you should curb that urge to bail out.

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Bad hair day: Army rule touches nerve among black women

Bad hair day: Army rule touches nerve among black women

Four years ago, when Jasmine Jacobs decided to change her hair from a perm to a more natural look, she figured it would make her a better soldier — require less care, especially on maneuvers and drills.

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Atlanta Braves

Braves buying more land near Cobb stadium site

The Atlanta Braves are in the process of completing the purchase of an additional 25 acres of land in the Cumberland area of Cobb County for about $15 million, team officials told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.