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Creative Loafing Summer Guide 2006 

Atlanta's Guide to a Retro Summer

What was once old comes back again, which explains why retro is the new hip. In celebration, we take you back in time to the joys of summers past and how to re-live them today. There are festivals, corndogs, minor league baseball, swing dancing and the ultimate retro road trip to Chattanooga. And don't miss our definitive summer movie guide. So get out there and enjoy! And don't forget the suntan lotion.

Edited by Scott Freeman

Photos by Paul Clark

Contributors

Alyssa Abkowitz, Thomas Bell, Layla Bellows, Sonia Clark, Ken Edelstein, Felicia Feaster, Scott Freeman, Noah Gardenswartz, Carlton Hargro, Scott Henry, Curt Holman, Heather Kuldell, Besha Rodell, Mara Shalhoup, John Sugg, Coley Ward and Sarah Winterfield.

Extra credit

The Summer Guide wouldn't have happened without the extra effort of these CL staffers: Adeel Abbas, Layla Bellows, Paul Clark, Sonia Clark, Danny Creel, Ken Edelstein, Victor Ellis, Felicia Feaster, Eric Fryman, Chris Good, Jason Hatcher, Lea Holland, Curt Holman, Katie Kaiser, Chanté LaGon, Valery Lovely, Russell McLendon, Crystal Moore, Besha Rodell, Markus Schneider, Bert Smith, John Sugg, Amy Tinaglia, Nick Tipton and John Yardley. This online edition was produced by Alejandro Leal.

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