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Mammals, Paul R. Jones Collection and more

December 23 Wednesday

It's been so long since Austell natives MAMMALS played a show around town, no one can remember just how long ago it was when they last took the stage. For this quasi-reunion, half the duo's original lineup – guitarist Justin Bauman – has assembled a few former members of the Barberries to resurrect the group's noise-afflicted pop and ramshackle rock numbers. Heavy Cream and Natural Child come all the way from Nashville to open the show. $5. 9 p.m. Star Bar, 437 Moreland Ave. 404-681-9018. (Chad Radford)

December 23 Wednesday

More than 40 years ago, Paul R. Jones was shocked at the minimal amount of African-American art showcased in museums. He decided to collect as much of it as he could, starting with works purchased from Atlanta street artists. Jones' passion for art resulted in the PAUL R. JONES COLLECTION, the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of African-American art in the world. The collection of paintings, sculptures and drawings dates from the 18th century to the present. Through Jan. 16. Free. Wed.-Fri., 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; Sat., 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Studio Clout, 144 Walker St. 404-688-2787. (Quatoyiah Murry)


DEC. 31 CHICK-FIL-A BOWL The Virginia Tech Hokies face the Tennessee Volunteers at the Georgia Dome.

JAN. 1 AVETT BROTHERS Folk rockers perform at Fox Theatre.

JAN. 1-3 WAR ON STUPID Three comedians take on religion, history and today at Laughing Skull Lounge.

JAN. 2-FEB. 20 MURDER, SHE IMPROVISED Dad's Garage Theatre gets to the bottom of the murders at the Sunny Arse Hotel.



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