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Good Kitchen & Market, located at 116 Margaret Ave. NE, Marietta 30060 (between Church and Cherokee Streets near WellStar Kennestone Hospital) opened in April. It is located in a renovated 1930s house with indoor and outdoor seating.

Marietta has another good restaurant. Good Kitchen & Market, located at 116 Margaret Ave. NE, Marietta 30060 (between Church and Cherokee Streets near WellStar Kennestone Hospital) opened in April. Veronica and Peter Thompkins brought this healthy restaurant to the area. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner options, including salads, sliders, cold and hot bowls over zoodles or cauliflower rice, bone broth and more. It is located in a renovated 1930s house with indoor and outdoor seating. Check it out. It’s “Good to stay, Good to Go, Good for you.”

For more information on the restaurant, visit goodkitchenandmarket.com.

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Did you get your tickets to the 2019 Cobb Community Prayer Breakfast taking place tomorrow, May 2? The theme for the 2019 National Day of Prayer, which is also May 2, and for our CCPB is “Love One Another.” The theme comes from the words of Jesus in John 13:34, “Love one another. Just as I have loved you.” A “fireside chat” format is planned with Governor Roy Barnes and Governor Nathan Deal. Chief Justice Melton will moderate the discussion.

For more details on the upcoming event, visit cobbcountyprayerbreakfast.org.

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Have you purchased your ticket for the concert featuring one of Ireland’s best — and busiest — tenors at Kennesaw State University on Saturday, May 11? Paul Byrom is a former original member of the world-famous singing group Celtic Thunder. Prior to the tour, he recently completed a two-month theatrical run in his hometown of Dublin, Ireland, where he played the Sheriff of Nottingham in a musical production of “Robin Hood” at the Helix Theatre. For his U.S. tour dates, he’ll share Irish favorites as well as Broadway tunes with the audience.

His performance at the Kennesaw State University Center includes songs to touch the heart and uplift the soul, especially since he sprinkles his concerts with sparkling Irish wit.

The concert begins at 7 p.m. and general admission is $35. But as a special treat, attendees can choose a Meet and Greet photo opportunity with Byrom as well — tickets for this plus the show are $50.

For more information, visit paulbyrom.ie, where tickets can also be purchased. The location for the concert is Kennesaw State University Center, Room 400, located at 333 Busbee Drive in Kennesaw.

Sally Litchfield is a longtime Marietta resident. She has written for the MDJ since October 2000. Send Sally news at sallylit@bellsouth.net. Call Sally at 404-713-7318.

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