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Eat what you grow

From raising a chicken to cultivating his own vegetables, Home Grown chef Hudson Rouse gives us a lesson in self-reliance and cooks up a meal he grew himself.

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HHS Secretary talks health insurance, Medicaid expansion


The rise of Linear Downfall

The rise of Linear Downfall

Nashville-bred quartet unveils a record and accompanying film that uses dissonance and melody to capture the experience of abuse and recovery.


Brawling for a Cause

Brawling for a Cause

Matt Thomas brings Athens charity event to Atlanta

Movies & TV

<i>Creed</i> rises above rocky origins, <i>Trumbo</i> makes light of blacklist

Creed rises above rocky origins, Trumbo makes light of blacklist

Michael B. Jordan revives Rocky franchise while Bryan Cranston gives glossy treatment to a legendary screenwriter
Eat what you grow
Eat what you grow

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  • November 17, 2015 - Thousands of people take over the streets of Cabbagetown during the annual Chomp & Stomp in Atlanta. The rainy Saturday included a chili cook-off, coleslaw eating contest, and bands playing to the crowd.
  • Sunday, November 8, 2015 CL held it's inaugural Crafts & Drafts at Candler Park. Featuring 50 local craft vendors and five local breweries.
  • November 2, 2015 - Chance the Rapper performs to a sold out crowd on Monday night at The Tabernacle for his Family Matters Tour.
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