SHIT TALK: A well-known local artist rep let loose Fri., Jan. 28, during the Castleberry Hill gallery crawl, ATLart. By loose, I mean she was dancing atop a table at the packed restaurant Slice, surrounded by a gaggle of men, in her short skirt, black hose, pink stilettos and all. After the bartender demanded she reclaim her seat, she fell to her knees and threw back her head in classic stripper fashion. Then she sat down, crossed her legs, lit a cigarette and tipped back her Cosmo. Priceless.
SHOP TALK: The Beehive Co-op recently opened at 1831-A Peachtree Road. West Coast transplant Petra Geiger opened the store, which houses locally and regionally crafted clothing, accessories and furniture. Check it out and support our homegrown artisans.
BAND TALK: The Austin, Texas, indie-rock showcase and weeklong hangover South by Southwest is mecca for signed and - more importantly - unsigned acts. At this year's event, which takes place March 16-20, bands include England's Doves, Japan's Mono, Portland's Sleater-Kinney and Atlanta's own Magnapop. Hopefully, the ATL will represent, as more local bands are awaiting the final word.
MEDIA TALK: It was a proud day for Atlanta on Fri., Jan. 28, when Star 94 DJ Nudge earned his 15 seconds of national fame. NBC's "The Today Show" did a segment about the "Nudge at Night Hot Mom Check In," in which the DJ solicits phone calls from hot moms and inducts them into his hot mom club. I mean, really, come on.
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