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We need to talk about HIV

The Southeast is the epicenter of the epidemic. And in Atlanta, it’s hitting young gay and bisexual black men the hardest.

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Reservoir park plans could take shape in 2015

Reservoir park plans could take shape in 2015 14

Park-deprived part of town could get boost

Music

The Left Field Experiment turns three

The Left Field Experiment turns three 1

Psych Army’s Brannon Boyle and Dr. Conspiracy reflect on three years of psychedelic hip-hop.

A&E

Woodruff Arts Center’s windfall

Woodruff Arts Center’s windfall

Woodruff Arts Center hopes $38 million grant won’t keep Atlanta from continuing to donate

Movies & TV

‘The Hobbit’ delivers big, empty spectacle

‘The Hobbit’ delivers big, empty spectacle

Peter Jackson’s ‘Hobbit’ conclusion big on effects, and not much else
12/18/2014

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  • Justin Timberlake brought his 20/20 Experience Tour back to Georgia for a second time performing to a sold out crowd at Gwinnett Arena. The Tour has been on the road for 2 years and this was his last show of 2014. Timberlake and his band The Tennessee Kids played an almost 3 hour long and two set concert that covered 32 of his songs.
  • December 19, 2014 - Rising Appalachia played Fox Theatre with special guest Theresa Davis.
  • November 25, 2014 - Several thousand demonstrators last night took to Atlanta's streets to protest a St. Louis grand jury's decision to not indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown. Local authorities arrested several-dozen protesters — including some who blocked the Downtown connector and others who destroyed property — during more than seven hours of protests. Two journalists working to cover the events, including CL freelance reporter John Ruch, were among those arrested over the course of the evening. The two large demonstrations, one drawing thousands to Underground Atlanta and another zigzagging across Downtown, were mostly peaceful. Nearly 3,000 protesters initially descended upon Downtown for a peaceful "community speakout" organized by the same group behind a massive Aug. 18 protest about Brown's killing. Last night's four-hour event featured activist speeches, artistic performances, and numerous moments of silence for Brown.
  • November 22, 2014 - Slayer brought their thrash metal rock to a frenzied, sold-out crowd at the Tabernacle on Saturday night.
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