Meltasia

$80 3-day passes to Meltasia Music Festival (reg. $125)

Food & Drink

Grazing

Grazing: Sumerian roots

Searching for shared history at Babylon Café, Greek Taverna Plaka, and Ghion Cultural Hall

News & Views

Portraits of Atlanta immigrants

Portraits of Atlanta immigrants 10

9 men and women share their voices, their stories

Music

Warehouse talks 'Tesseract'

Warehouse talks 'Tesseract'

Burgeoning five-piece captures a moment in time

Food & Drink

Grazing: Sumerian roots

Grazing: Sumerian roots

Searching for shared history at Babylon Café, Greek Taverna Plaka, and Ghion Cultural Hall

A&E

Artists Jessica Wohl and Jessica Scott-Felder talk being 'Defiant'

Artists Jessica Wohl and Jessica Scott-Felder talk being 'Defiant'

Collaborative exhibition explores the struggle to provide for family

Movies & TV

'Snowpiercer': A dystopian ship of state

'Snowpiercer': A dystopian ship of state 1

Director Bong Joon-ho puts futuristic class struggle on runaway train
07/10/2014

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  • 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.
  • Atlanta Food Wine Festival 2014
  • Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - CL's 2nd annual Margarita Wars descended upon Park Tavern. And so did the salt. And so did the rain. But that didn't stop over 500 thirsty Atlantans from partying hard and awarding Cinco with the top prize of Best Margarita. Presented by Stivers Subaru. Sponsored by Don Julio, Bud Light Lime-a-Rita, and Starship.
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    Israel says it's attacking Gaza to stop cross-border rocket attacks into southern Israel by Hamas militants. Because launching rockets at populated areas is an act of war, Israel says its bombings are justified.
  • Ethnic.city: Inchin’s Bamboo Garden 2

    A taste of authentic Indian Chinese cuisine in Alpharetta
  • Grazing: Sumerian roots

    Searching for shared history at Babylon Café, Greek Taverna Plaka, and Ghion Cultural Hall

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