I agree with chillax- there are much more interesting and Real Atlanta places than TOFW. Cabbage town comes to mind. If diversification is you real theme here. TNFW feels an awful lot like New money trying so hard to fit in!! Just saying!
NomNom... why? because I expressed my opinion without screaming in all caps or disparaging people? OW4 is just a big giant area with varying degrees of charm. It ain't all that.
FYI The event 10/3 is postponed (no date set) due to this weekend being slated to deluge with rain again...
Sounds like someone needs to chill...or relax.
O4W will never have the charm and history that Castleberry Hill has. I say Meh to this Flux.
Does he really eat children? Idk I hope not really because then I might be in trouble :)
that boy has a sack over his head how does he breathe??
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I liked the interview. And I think the journalist liked the writer. Not surprised they are now dating.
Definitely still a great place to pull out your dick.
Great piece, thanks.
written by Rita Skeeter...
I know that open mic comedy was around in the spring of 2003. My friend had just told me she was pregnant. We went to dinner at the Vortex and then to comedy night. It was fairly new. Maybe 5 people there?
I'm pretty sure it's been more than 10 years. I was one of the founders of the Twisted Taco open mic night (RIP) and remember Rotknee starting out in comedy. Always an awesome dude with something interesting to say, we always wanted to put him on stage. I remember Rotknee starting out at Star Bar and Stacy would heckle bad comics from a mic over the bar area he was working. Simply awesome. The place was not for the timid and I imagine it's still not from what you've written up. Glad to see it's still going strong. - JMac
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Interesting comment by Ms. Stockett about writing under another name. Of course, that's been done by many best selling authors. Salvatore Lombino wrote under several names. He made his mark as Evan Hunter and was wildly successful as Ed McBain. Donald Westlake reappeared as Richard Stark. If Ms. Stockett really wants to find herself again. Assume a pseudonym, abandon her agent, submit a query without a hint about her true identity. Maybe lightning will strike twice.
bonus points for being so hip that CL didn't even know about you.
@Nathan Clark -- It took several days of emails and phone conversations to at least get my name in the article, as well as have it spelled correctly. The original version (check out the print edition) didn't even mention my involvement.
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