To celebrate the publication our Green Issue and the launch of our new e-Edition, we are giving away four “Green Prizes” this week, including a Smart Glass Jewelry Necklace, Lu & Coco Pet Organics Basket, EcoSMART Safe Picnic Package and eco-friendly market bags from Fashionable Notes.  We’ll also be giving away tickets to the Druid Hills Tour of Homes, Georgia State University School of Music’s production of Bizet’s Carmen at the Rialto Center for Performing Arts and  more! First up is the Smart Glassy Jewelry, pictured at right, designed by Kathleen Plate.

To enter, answer the trivia question below and put your answer in the body of an email. Please include your name, contact information and put “Jewelry Contest” in the subject line of your email and send to collin@atlantaintownpaper.com. Only one entry per email address allowed. The deadline to register for this prize is Tuesday, April 6, at midnight. A winner will be announced the next day.

The Question: Oceanographer and racing boat captain Charles J. Moore discovered a floating “garbage patch” in the Pacific of man-made debris in 1997 while returning home from a sailing race. Where is the garbage patch specifically located?

Future prizes will be given away on our Facebook Fan Page or via Twitter, so sign up now to answer and win! And be sure to sign up for e-Newsletter to get alerts about future prizes, giveaways and exclusive content.

Also be sure to check out our new e-Edition, which launches today. This digital replica of our print edition allows you to “virtually” flip through the pages and see all our stories and advertisers. If you’re reading an article about an arts group, organization or business, you’ll be able to click the URL embedded in the e-Edition and open a new window to visit their sites.

The same goes for our advertisers, who continue to support our mission to provide hyper-local news and features that matter to Intown.

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.