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$15 tickets to see ‘Silent Sky’ at Theatrical Outfit (reg. $30)

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Sex-toy start-up Comingle raises stakes with the Mod

But can a DIY dildo made in the Dirty South free society of its sexual hang-ups?

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Dan Cathy to the rescue

Dan Cathy to the rescue 29

How far does Chick-fil-A CEO want to go to help 30314?


Janelle Monáe signs Epic deal

Janelle Monáe signs Epic deal

A roundup of local music news and new releases

Food & Drink

First Draft with Tim Dennis and Chad Polstra

First Draft with Tim Dennis and Chad Polstra

The ATLbeer Reddit moderators talk about their online beer lives and more


Morris Robinson is opera’s coachable badass

Morris Robinson is opera’s coachable badass 2

Local thespian’s wild ride from the football field to the stage.

Movies & TV

Director dissects Hollywood in ‘Maps to the Stars’

Director dissects Hollywood in ‘Maps to the Stars’

Film falls into line of past projects centered on the interconnectedness of characters living in Los Angeles.

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  • Iconic songwriter and country western journeyman Willie Nelson performed to a sold-out crowd at the Tabernacle on February 27. The 81-year-old American legend, actor, and political activist began his music career in 1956, has recorded more than 60 studio albums, and appeared in over 30 films and TV shows. His popularity persists across all genres and age groups as was easily seen at the Tabernacle, as fans from punk to country music stood side by side — teenagers to octogenarians alike. Nelson tours endlessly, and while it may appear he is supporting a new release such as 2014's December Day, a wonderful duet album with his sister Bobbie Nelson, every show is a celebration of his vast catalog. From “Crazy” to “Roll Me Up And Smoke Me (When I Die),” Nelson's musical legacy and popularity transcends genres and demographics.
  • February 15, 2015 - Whiskey Park once again set the mood for CL’s annual Lust List party sponsored by Stella Artois, High Museum of Art, Piq and Lyft. DJ Hands of Grace provided the beats while some of Atlanta’s finest came to party with this year’s honorees.
  • Hundreds of art and comedy fans flooded the Mammal Gallery Saturday night in South Downtown to take part in the second annual CL + AJFF Art Party. With interactive scenes from film and TV, drops all night by #FAF artists, cotton candy from Modern Tribe, collectible art prints courtesy of MailChimp, a free taco bar from Las Margaritas, and a soundtrack provided by Cousin Dan, it's no wonder folks wanted to stay til the wee hours of the morning.
  • January 29, 2015 - Parquet Courts brought its infectious brand of DIY punk to the Earl to play a long since sold-out show.
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