As you might have just noticed, we’ve done something pretty radical with the table of contents. Think of it this way: You’re eavesdropping on the conversations at that party you always wanted to crash.
From where you are now, turn to the next page of editorial content — then flip the paper sideways. Whoa. We didn’t quite turn the-pages-formally-known-as-See-&-Do upside-down. But almost.
Atlanta’s a city of neighborhoods. Let’s peek inside them weekly, shall we?
This is big. Editorials! A news column with a rotating cast of characters offering insight into Atlanta! (Including Andisheh Nouraee, whose foreign-affairs humor column, Don’t Panic!, will move online and get all multimedia.) Your snarky and insightful rants can be found here, too.
We’ll spotlight an amazing cocktail around town in a space that will alternate with Richard Blais’ culinary column. And once a month, famed Atlanta mixologist Greg Best of Holeman & Finch will let you in on some of his highball secrets. Tinctures, anyone?
Every other week, arts provocateur Cinque Hicks will dig into, debunk and drum up meaningful topics in the art world. Oh, the drama.
Are you columned out yet? No? Good. We hope you’re not partied out, either. Because we’re hitting the clubs, CL-style, with a weekly nightlife column and expanded listings for nightclubs, DJs, themed club nights — you name it.
WAY BETTER CONCERT LISTINGS
How would you like to search for shows? By the big names coming to town? Check. By genre? Check. By venue? Check. As if you needed another excuse to go out. ...
(ALMOST) ALL OF OUR LISTINGS IN ONE PLACE
OK, so you only pick up Creative Loafing to figure out what you want to do on a given day. Fine. We’re here to help. Aside from the events listed on the Go pages in the front of the issue and the restaurant listings (which can be found in our Taste section), you’ll find everything else — galleries, plays, comedy, trivia, civic events, festivals, etc. — in a consolidated listings section, right behind concert listings. Easy, huh?
Just when you think it’s over, we’ve got a little something for you on the inside back cover. But we won’t spoil the surprise.