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For this year's arts issue, we talked to seven of Atlanta's most captivating creative minds working in everything from theater, comedy and photography to literature, dance, filmmaking and B-movie style stop-motion animation samurai movies. Plus, an oral history of pioneering underground art and music space Eyedrum and the people and projects to watch in the coming year.


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