High Museum of Art

$10 tickets to 'The Forty Part Motet' at the High Museum (reg. $19.50)

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News Feature

Center for Civic Innovation aims to fix what government can’t

With little more than laptops and meeting spaces, a small nonprofit aims to right some of Atlanta’s wrongs

News & Views

Stop parking in bike lanes, Atlanta

Stop parking in bike lanes, Atlanta 48

I don’t park my bike in the middle of Edgewoood Avenue. So why do you block our lane?

Music

How Run the Jewels ‘saved the rap group’

How Run the Jewels ‘saved the rap group’ 1

Hip-hop duo finds biggest success working as a team

Food & Drink

Restaurant review: Woodfire Grill

Restaurant review: Woodfire Grill 11

Inconsistent service distracts from good food and drink

A&E

Terror in ATL

Terror in ATL 1

Celebrate the scariest time of the year with Professor Morte, haunted houses, and more

Movies & TV

Kenya Barris gets 'Black-ish'

Kenya Barris gets 'Black-ish' 3

Clark Atlanta grad opens up about provocative ABC comedy
10/30/2014

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  • October 25, 2014 - Hundreds of people filed into the infamous Krog Street tunnel on Saturday night for the Krog Masquerade. Days before the party the interior of the tunnel was painted over by outraged Atlantans in protest of the private party.
  • October 26, 2015 - The battle to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., already a contentious fight, got even more heated last week. High-profile Republican Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul stumped for GOP corporate veteran David Perdue throughout Georgia. Democratic nonprofit exec Michelle Nunn received a boost from former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. And each party found ways to express shock: The GOP threw a fit over a controversial Ferguson-themed mailer and Democrats tried to cast Perdue as a creepy old man by saying he autographed a young female supporter's body, which actually turned out to be an insulin pump.

    But on Sunday night, Nunn and Perdue pressed pause on the campaign rallies, moved past the outrage, and returned to the issues in the penultimate U.S. Senate debate. Libertarian paralegal Amanda Swafford, who many political analysts say will force the race into a runoff, joined the two frontrunners at Georgia Public Broadcasting's Midtown headquarters.
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