May 2, 2015 - More than 200 people participated in the Memorial for Black Lives on Saturday. The day started with a rally at Rise Up Atlanta in the West End. From there, a processional was led by cyclists from WeCycle Atlanta and a hearse with a sign that read "Rest in power" on the side. The processional went more than 9 miles through Atlanta, passing popular locations such as Turner Field, Oakland Cemetery, and Little Five Points. The procession ended at Oakhurst Baptist Church where members of the community spoke out against police brutality.
April 25, 2015 - In what has grown to be one of Atlanta's most anticipated annual traditions, the Inman Park Festival and Parade drew out huge crowds this past Saturday. With a variety of vendors ranging from industrial art to food trucks, this event provides significant insight to the diversity of the city itself. If you are anywhere near Inman Park once the parade starts it would be impossible to miss — an hourlong event that includes marching bands, superheroes, protestors, and pirate ships.
April 23, 2015 - The English rock band the Who brought its “The Who Hits 50!” tour to a sold-out crowd at the Gwinnett Arena on April 23. Covering songs from throughout its career, the group's 23-song set reached deep into the catalog along with selections from Tommy, Quadrophenia, and other hits.
Opening for the Who was Joan Jett and The Blackhearts. Jett was one of the founding menacers of the Runaways
April 2, 2015 - Run the Jewels aka Killer Mike and El-P played a sort of secret Afropunk show at Terminal West. The show itself wasn't a secret, but since it was free the location was kept a secret until you RSVP'd. Still, the show sold out in no time. Curtis Harding opened and BLKKMORRIS and Ira IV laid down DJ sets till the end.