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Fashion Talk: Local jewelry designer Denise Disharoon got a huge endorsement last week when the reigning queen of style, Sienna Miller, was spotted wearing a pair of Disharoon's sterling silver disc earrings at her sister's wedding. Photos of the actress ran in both the Independent Times and the London Times.

Girl Talk: Indigo Girl Amy Ray was seen at the Crescent City Throwdown held in Little Five Points last Sunday. She was holding hands with a woman, but Dish is unsure whether Ray currently has a steady. The two wandered Findley Plaza before hitting the Village Coffee House, presumably for a caffeine boost.

Music Talk: Acclaimed hip-hop producer Dallas Austin is changing his tune. He was just asked to write a song for the ATL as part of the Brand Atlanta Campaign. The campaign's goal is to attract businesses, residents and tourists alike. Austin's song will debut Oct. 24 during the Falcons vs. New York Jets game on "Monday Night Football."

Relief Talk: Victims of Hurricane Katrina got a day of entertainment and some much needed pampering last Sunday. Jermaine Dupri, Sean "Diddy" Combs and Gladys Knight sponsored the "Recycling Inspiration" relief concert in Acworth. Keith Sweat headlined the event and old-school rapper Doug E. Fresh served as master of ceremonies, though Dish has no word on whether the sponsors showed. The attendees, shuttled in from various shelters, were treated to manicures, massages, haircuts and health screenings, and feasted on soul food.

POLITICO TALK: Former Atlanta City Council President Cathy Woolard dined at Little Azio over the weekend. ... DeKalb CEO was spotted Monday grubbing at Fellini's on Ponce.

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