Canada Fest

$7.50 tickets to Atlanta Canada Fest (reg. $15)


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Atlanta radio goes three times dope

Three new classic hip-hop stations make ATL ground zero for old-school rap battle

News & Views

Raising a gender fluid child in metro Atlanta

Raising a gender fluid child in metro Atlanta 20

Parents, kids, and teens could soon have more options and resources


Flamin’ Groovies still ‘Shakin’ Some Action’

Flamin’ Groovies still ‘Shakin’ Some Action’

San Francisco’s power pop forefathers bless Atlanta's virgin ears

Food & Drink

First Look: Illegal Food

First Look: Illegal Food 5

The former pop-up serves up legit, burger-centric grub at its standalone Virginia-Highland outpost


Hebru Brantley’s back in ATL

Hebru Brantley’s back in ATL

‘I don’t necessarily even see my characters as kids — they mostly just represent this idea of innocence.’

Movies & TV

‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ makes heroic effort to extend Marvel universe

‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ makes heroic effort to extend Marvel universe

Joss Whedon’s heroic juggling acts get cluttered in ‘Avengers’ sequel.
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  • 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
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    Maynard Jackson's innovative plan to give citizens a role in political process is 'broken but not dead'
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