Purple Hat Production

$130 tickets to Suwannee Hulaween (reg. $260)

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Phillip March Jones’ ‘Pictures Take You Places’

Photographer’s latest collection is Poem88 EDITIONS’ first publication

News & Views

Metro Atlanta’s HIV epidemic among gay and bisexual men must end

Metro Atlanta’s HIV epidemic among gay and bisexual men must end 14

Better access to health care, sex education, and tackling poverty can help. So let’s do it.

Music

Courtney Barnett’s no frills songwriting

Courtney Barnett’s no frills songwriting

Aussie musician tackles anxiety, hay fever

Food & Drink

The Food Issue 2014

The Food Issue 2014

Legacy: Exploring Atlanta's food-filled past

A&E

Phillip March Jones’ ‘Pictures Take You Places’

Phillip March Jones’ ‘Pictures Take You Places’

Photographer’s latest collection is Poem88 EDITIONS’ first publication

Movies & TV

'Kill the Messenger' will vindicate investigative journalist Gary Webb

'Kill the Messenger' will vindicate investigative journalist Gary Webb 5

A major movie arrives nearly two decades after Webb exposed a connection between the CIA and crack cocaine in America
10/16/2014

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  • October 18, 2014 - Crowds of people lined the streets of Little Five Points for the 14th annual Little Five Points Halloween Parade.
  • The three candidates running to become Georgia's next governor made their cases to voters in the second major debate of the 2014 gubernatorial race as part of the Atlanta Press Club's debate series held at the Georgia Public Broadcasting's Midtown studios on 14th Street in Atlanta.
  • With a theme of "Embracing Diversity," this year's My Atlanta photo exhibition for Atlanta Celebrates Photography looked to explore the cultural and social differences of local residents. Open to the general public, senior centers, elementary, middle, and high Schools, photographers of all skill-sets were encouraged to participate.

    Creative Loafing's Photo Editor Joeff Davis and Arts Editor Gavin Godfrey judged the collection.
  • October 15, 2014 - Paul McCartney, the 72-year old former frontman for the Beatles, brought his Out There tour to Philips arena. The tour includes 62 dates on four continents. Wednesday night’s show included music from his latest album, New, and a number of other hits spanning his 57-year career.
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