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Local hot dog favorite Nu-Way Weiners opened its Mercer Village location May 16. The Montpelier Avenue store has been in the works since last year. Nu-Way took over the space formerly occupied by Fountain of Juice, which closed its doors over Thanksgiving break. Nu-Way has been in Macon since 1916 – expanding from its original location on Cotton Avenue to five other locations in town, two stores in Warner Robins and one in Fort Valley. The restaurant is famous for its red-colored hot dogs. The original Cotton Avenue store burned in a March 2015 fire and has not yet been rebuilt. The Mercer Village Nu-Way will be open Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Conner Wood is a senior journalism student at Mercer University's Center for Collaborative Journalism. She has contributed to The Cluster since her freshman year, and she finds the position of Editor in Chief to be a daily journey. To relax and relieve stress, she likes to play with her cat, Mr. Pip, and post pictures to his Instagram.
Jenna is from a small town in south Georgia. She is a journalism major with an anthropology and photography minor.
Parker is a Vocal Music major and Journalism and Theater double minor at Mercer. She is a senior and serves as The Cluster's Opinions Editor. She spends most of her weekends working as a professional princess and character performer for Princesses with a Purpose, a children's non-profit.
Mary is a junior pursuing a double major in Music and Communication Studies. She currently serves as The Cluster's Arts and Lifestyle editor. Her favorite activities at Mercer include touring with the Mercer Singers and participating in the Mercer University Opera.
Justin (also known as J-DAWG $$$$) is The Cluster's Sports editor. He's a sports fanatic and practically bleeds orange and black. Whenever he's not painting up for Mercer sports games or writing reviews for Bear Bites, The Cluster's restaurant reviews column, he can be found bird watching and playing chess...simultaneously.
Marin is a fourth year at Mercer's Center for Collaborative Journalism and she's served as The Cluster's Digital Editor since August 2014. She loves Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and all things social.