Half-time entertainment on 5/18 provided by HIP TO DEATH.
This show will be the last for our current drummer, Tim Smith. Tim has been playing with Hip To Death since the fall of 2009. His incredible kit - placed colossally between fellow bandmates John & Kasey Breedlove, and Andy Imm - radiates a powerful punch with every hit. Tim has probably broken more sticks during a show than any drummer out there. His intensity can be felt deep within your bones and becomes mesmerizing. He has been the driving force that propels the band into a frenzy during each and every show.
Hip To Death wishes Tim and his family well. ALWAYS
http://youtu.be/lFEEWFShqqQ - goodie
http://youtu.be/1JTU5gNGFbQ - oldie
http://youtu.be/RG4qHu-m95M - sexy
Public Service Announcement: Atlanta GREEN Fun Fest 2013 moved to Grant Park on June 22, 2013
It's gonna be so much fun seeing these 2 bands rock the Clermont!
Wrong date, Punchline's website says Monday August 12
Good Mews Animal Foundation Holiday Market Extended Until May 18
Good Mews Animal Foundation will be holding a holiday market extended weekends until Saturday, May 18. Hours are Friday & Saturday May 10, 11, 17 & 18 from 9am-5pm and Sunday May 12 from Noon-5pm. New merchandise will be on display each weekend and both weekends will feature 50% off MOST merchandise! It will be held at a new location, Piedmont Commons (Publix) Shopping Center, 1050 E. Piedmont Road, Marietta, 30062 (at the intersection of Roswell Rd and E. Piedmont Rd).One hundred per cent of the proceeds benefit Good Mews Animal Foundation, a local non-profit organization, which operates a volunteer-based, no-kill shelter for homeless, abused, and abandoned cats. Located at 736 Johnson Ferry Road, Marietta, GA, the shelter provides a cage-free environment for its residents, offering them comfort and security while assertive adoption programs find them happy, loving homes. We have a strong commitment to the practice of spaying and neutering as the most important step in reducing the pet overpopulation problem. We also promote public awareness regarding the value of pets, animal welfare, and quality human-animal companionship through educational and outreach programs.
To join this growing organization, or to find out more about what you can do to help, call 770-499-CATS (2287) or visit www.goodmews.org.
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Looking forward to serving shrimp PoBoys on the Just Loaf'n food truck.
The swordfish with smoke under glass was the best piece of swordfish I ever ate. Could not have been better fish or more properly executed.
Looking forward to this fabulous night of music with the talented Rodriguez!!
11:30 am Unkle Daddy & The Kissing Cousins
12:45 pm Floating Coats
2:30 pm The Joy Kills
4:00 pm Bas Clas
5:30 pm Unsatisfied
7:00 pm Ghost Bikini
8:15 pm Subsonics
9:45 pm Duet for Theramin & Lap Steel
11:00 am Beauregard
12:15 pm Frank Zeno
1:15 pm Five Eight
2:15 pm Pelvis Breastlies
3:45 pm Ghost Rider Car Club
5:00 pm High Strung String Band
6:15 pm Heather Luttrell
This is going to be HOTT!!!!!
This is EASILY the closes weekly event featuring Hip Hop in its purest form In ATLANTA. Quite opposite to what the radio stations are playing. Battle Raps, DJs, Producer battles, great drink prices, friendly staff, plus the best hip hop host in ATL in Dres the Beatnik.
If you love hip hop, but hate the stanky leg, then this is YOUR type of weekly hip hop event.
The food I sampled was very good, and it was nice to see such a variety of food and farm vendors in one location. Gaia Gardens is indeed a lovely spot. $45 is a bit steep for non-wine drinkers like me, but then again it was a fundraiser. The rain and drizzle did not keep the crowd away. I took photos which you can view here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jramspott/set…
This event is not today, it was yesterday. Don't waste your time going.
My Pastor Larry Bryant founder
of Atlanta Deliverance Tabernacle, Inc.,
Located at 3163 Corley Street,
Covington, GA 30014. (770 728 1108)
recently published his book,
"The Sermon You Missed!" on
March 4, 2013.
My Pastor was inspired to write the book
when my daughter LaNae King,
who is a sophomore at Georgia
State University who writes
down the sermons during
worship, came to our Pastor
suggested putting the sermons
in book so that people could be inspired
as she had been.
Our Pastor main purpose in writing
the book is to encourage people
and help them to realize that
they can improve in any situation
through God. The words within
the book are "specifically for
individuals in these last days."
The book contains encouraging testimonies
about how people's lives are turned
around by the word of God.
How God is able to turn anyone around
from going the wrong way in life, to going the right way in life.
The book point out that often times,
people look to different things and
people for happiness but fail
to find that happiness until
God's plan for them comes to light.
Our Pastor realize many people
can't always make it to church,
so he hopes that they will have a
way to receive God's message through
Our Pastor have been teaching
at Atlanta Deliverance Tabernacle, Inc.,
for seven years.
"The Sermon You Missed!" can be
purchased on Amazon.com.
You are encouraged to check out our screenwriting group, Atlanta Screenwriters Anonymous: http://www.meetup.com/Atlanta-Screenwriter…
3 Combined: +5 for Crystal Castles and -2 for Doldrums, which was absolutely the worst live "act" I have ever seen ever... ever.
Ariel Pink? Sounds pretty... is horribly ugly, and made my ears bled, literally... Try a sound check... Then learn to use a Mic... go get vocal lesson. Better yet, take off the cliched garbage bag hoodie, and get off the stage. That whole thing was a crime against music. There was more wankerist knob tweaking on those synth decks than anything I could call music. There are more talented sounds coming from the neighboring stalls of public toilets the morning after hangover night. Stay in the studio if that's where you have a clue, because that was awful, and as my first experience with your so-called music, no I am not a biased hipster doofus. This is neither hating, or faking to like crap to seem cool... I give credit where it's due. For example, the drummer could hold a basic rhythm... he was the sole portion that resembled talent. Whose idea was it to have him creep around in the floor making weird jungle sounds? That was just bad... not in a good way, BAD IN A BAD WAY.
walked into smiths sunday nite of the final four.four guys on stage rippin into the stones respctable like it was meant to be,couldnt leave ,thi was rock nroll from the neck downlsom
guitar player in ahat,man this guy could sing and play,hell the whole band was great,cant r
remember atime in Atlanta when I saw a band so damn good,well its been along time,
maybe in the 80s,when giants roameed
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