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Metro Atlanta heroin growing more dangerous

Say hello to fentanyl, the synthetic opiate on the rise in metro Atlanta

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Atlanta Public Schools is attempting to solve its unfunded pension crisis. Should voters trust them to do so?

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Thundercat on the living spirit of improvisation

Thundercat on the living spirit of improvisation

Headlining bassist talks jazz’s future, working with Kendrick Lamar

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CreativeMornings’ Blake Howard defines Atlanta’s creative class

CreativeMornings’ Blake Howard defines Atlanta’s creative class

As the next era of Atlanta takes shape, Blake Howard is playing his role

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New York style maven Iris Apfel at center of new doc

New York style maven Iris Apfel at center of new doc

Depth of film’s subject hardly goes beyond surface material.
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  • May 16, 2015 - Country music took over Kennesaw State Sports and Entertainment park for two days as Shaky Boots came to town. Thousands of fans packed the space to see country stars such as Brad Paisley, the Band Perry, and Blake Shelton play the hits.
  • Photos from Shaky Knees 2015
  • 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.
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    Millions were raised, thousands of voter applications went missing, and a lawsuit was filed in Rep. Stacey Abrams’ bid to hold Georgia’s largest voter registration drive in two decades. But something isn’t right.
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