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Re: “Turner Field is on PETA's list of veg-friendly ballparks

Wait, so Waffle House Waffles aren't veggie-friendly?

Posted by Graybeard Lyles on 08/01/2014 at 5:47 PM

Re: “First Look: True Food Kitchen

Hell yeah!

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Posted by oydave on 07/31/2014 at 8:45 PM

Re: “First Look: True Food Kitchen

Does CL need food writers?

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Posted by Kėėsh La Reīne on 07/31/2014 at 3:00 PM

Re: “James Camp, 'CL' contributing photographer, has died

I worked with James for the past 2 years at all of our venues in downtown Atlanta. He took all of the shots at Googie Burger, The Georgia Dome, Philips Arena and the convention center.....and we get compliments all the time on how amazing our food looks. He worked with us on the day he died last week....and amazingly he was in good spirits and we even talked about a photo shoot in Charlotte next month. We always joked that I could be his traveling food stylist because we were always on the same page with the overall vision of our shoots. I am so deeply saddened by his passing. He was so talented, patient, kind, quirky and caring. He became an invaluable partner and friend. My prayers go out to his family in hopes that they will find the peace that he is experiencing now.

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Posted by Angela Tomlinson Tassie on 07/31/2014 at 2:18 PM

Re: “Turner Field is on PETA's list of veg-friendly ballparks

F U C K PETA

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Posted by Jonah on 07/31/2014 at 12:58 AM

Re: “First Look: True Food Kitchen

"chicken breast, emblazoned with those perfectly crisscrossed grill lines." Isn't that a sign they get it frozen and just heag it up? Bleh!

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Posted by Giedrius Stankevicius on 07/30/2014 at 9:28 PM

Re: “Atlanta weekend food events, July 25-27

All the events here sound fun, hope a lot of folks got the chance to enjoy them.

Posted by Jane Ruggerio on 07/30/2014 at 8:56 PM

Re: “Three things Monday Night Brewing learned in three years

Did they get a bike rack yet? Breweries need to encourage people to get there by means other than driving.

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Posted by khs11 on 07/29/2014 at 9:02 PM

Re: “First Look: True Food Kitchen

gosh, imagine healthy food that does not satisfy my addiction to processed foods. the nerve of trying to sell healthy vegetables. the pizza was definitely the best.

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Posted by SocialAight on 07/29/2014 at 12:19 PM

Re: “Joystick Gamebar crew to open Georgia Beer Garden

Does anyone know what happened with Edgewood Animal Clinic?

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Posted by eklova on 07/28/2014 at 5:44 PM

Re: “James Camp, 'CL' contributing photographer, has died

This is so sad. James was such a brilliant photographer. Never had a chance to shake his hand, but published many of his photos while I was working the webs at CL. Sad sad.

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Posted by alexloyal on 07/28/2014 at 5:03 PM

Re: “Grazing: Sumerian roots

I've been to Babylon Cafe several times and they do offer a special consisting of your choice of 3 or 4 of the apps including the salads. The interior is quaint and chic, compared to other middle easten restaurants I've been to, the artwork depicts ancient Babylon, meanwhile the so called "loud" yellow and blue exterior" is a replication of the procession of Gate Ishtar and in my opinion pretty impressive! The menu is quaint and to the point offering the best of the best from Babylon cuisine. Babylon Cafe is a new restaurant and the owners are what really make this restaurant as they have passion for what they do! I heard they will be offering entertainment when the time is right. The food is awesome and the service is excellent. Babylon Cafe is one of my new favorite restaurants since they opened in March and I've dined mostly in the evening and have witnessed their business increase week after week. For me, everything I have tried so far on the menu was superb and the desserts are phenomenal. The food is fresh and flavorful and really blows away any competition because of the freshness and authenticity!

Posted by Ameera on 07/28/2014 at 2:15 PM

Re: “James Camp, 'CL' contributing photographer, has died

I never got to meet James and I wish I had. I've only ever heard positive words spoken about him. He touched everyone around him. Each week, at Creative Loafing, I had the opportunity to choose from his beautiful photographs. They definitely inspired me and my design as well. Many of his photos brought a smile to my face and helped me get through another's week's production of the newspaper. I'll miss seeing his inspiring photographs. My thoughts go out to his friends and family.

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Posted by Wes Duvall on 07/28/2014 at 12:26 PM

Re: “Quick Bites: Makan opens, Cardamom Hill to close, and more

@ Lauren Vereen: Thanks for bringing this to our attention. The image has been replaced. We apologize for the mix-up!

Posted by stephdazey on 07/28/2014 at 11:25 AM

Re: “The Mercantile goes up-market in Candler Park

I have had several things, soups and brocolli salad that have been shared from this store and really enjoyed them. I am looking forward to visiting in person.

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Posted by rav on 07/27/2014 at 8:52 PM

Re: “James Camp, 'CL' contributing photographer, has died

I worked with James during my days of endorsing Macy's with Star 94 radio. James was always an easy going guy and so easy to work with. His photography made me look even better than I was on stage. I still learn better composition of photographs studying his work today. Rest in peace James. Your work lives on and may Heaven welcome you with flashes of light from the photographers lining the pearly gates. With love. Tom

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Posted by Tom Sullivan on 07/27/2014 at 11:55 AM

Re: “James Camp, 'CL' contributing photographer, has died

I was delighted by that CL cover shot recently of chef Zeb Stevenson, as it made me feel lighter and pleased when I looked at it. And motivated to try cooking something a little more creatively too. (I don't know Stevenson or Camp, except by professional reputation.) So I had, deliberately, left that issue on my entrance way/hallway table for a few days so that I could glance at the shot when I'd walk back in the house, and thus have something right there that could make me smile after walking in the door after a long day that maybe hadn't gone all that great. How troubling to think that the person who captured that kind of human resonance in one snap would be so troubled and disturbed as to take their own life. Life remains... a puzzle. Sigh.

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Posted by Grayson Daughters on 07/27/2014 at 8:17 AM

Re: “James Camp, 'CL' contributing photographer, has died

Bummed to hear this news. I never met James, but I've been a fan of his work for a while and always found his shots to be consistently innovative and beautiful. Sorry to hear about Theresa as well. Thoughts are with both families and their many friends <3

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Posted by Brandon Amato on 07/26/2014 at 7:58 PM

Re: “James Camp, 'CL' contributing photographer, has died

Robbie was one of my best friends. We grew up together, Dropped Acid for the 1st Time together why his parents were out of town, smoked pot in piedmont park right out of high school when he used to live on piedmont when he went to state, I loved that apt, Robbie showed me "Cool". We went to an amazing amount of Shows together, seeing Phish or WSP without Robbie & T, no way, never. I went to the AIA, he followed, He became the BEST Photographer in the city, out of all the Photography Students @ AIA, Rob rose to the top, when I went thru Hard Hard Times, Robbie & T let me move in w/ them. Rob was one of the kindest gentlest souls I've ever encountered. Rob and I became men together, These days, we always talk about work & how we've built our business, when my Daughter needed help on our science project, her and Robbie did it together. He was an amazing friend. My favorite photo of myself is one that Robbie took at Lakewood @ a Panic show. I didn't know he had snapped it and he sent it too me later, that's how he was. I knew he and T were going thru troubled waters, we talked about it many times, that's what kind of friendship we had, I could always tell him ANYTHING, good & bad,......I just saw him, 7 days ago, came by the office....and now he's gone, as I write this I'm in shock, I just miss my friend, my brother

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Posted by SHADY G on 07/26/2014 at 7:17 PM

Re: “Ethnic.city: Fanoos Persian Cuisine

this place has very good food
for people who appreciate good middle eastern food - they will love it
I love their lamb dishes and there are atleast 35 items which are great
they have a full bar

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Posted by Atul Singh on 07/26/2014 at 2:05 PM

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