Atlanta Bar Tours

$10 tickets to the Beer & Whiskey Festival (reg. $15)

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Urban dirt biking is illegal and it’s rising in popularity

Some bikers say it keeps them away from drugs and gangs. Some local authorities and residents say it’s a menace.

News & Views

Urban dirt biking is illegal and it’s rising in popularity

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Some bikers say it keeps them away from drugs and gangs. Some local authorities and residents say it’s a menace.

Music

The Clean and the beauty of isolation

The Clean and the beauty of isolation

A look back at New Zealand's first indie rock trio

A&E

A conversation with Jason Collins

A conversation with Jason Collins

The NBA center talks about coming out, gay culture in pro sports, and Atlanta’s LGBT community

Movies & TV

'Moonlight' and 'Mood' both struggle to find magic in love stories

'Moonlight' and 'Mood' both struggle to find magic in love stories

Inventive filmmakers Woody Allen and Michel Gondry get lost in France and jazz
08/21/2014

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  • Saturday, August 16, 2014 at Historic Fourth Ward Park. Photos by Ryan Purcell.
  • On Sat., June 21, nine different acts hit the stages at MJQ and the Drunken Unicorn for a chance to win a spot at three local music festivals: Meltasia, TomorrowWorld, and A3C. The audience voted for their favorites by texting, and in the end three acts will get to play to crowds larger than they ever imagined. Small Reactions will go on to play Meltasia. Eddie Gold will perform at TomorrowWorld. The Wheeler Boys will move on to play this year's A3C.
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