Blog Profile / Fresh Loaf

Filed Under:United States / Atlanta
Posts on Regator:10751
Posts / Week:21.1
Archived Since:April 27, 2008

Blog Post Archive

5 things to do: Leon Russell

Thursday, July 7, 2016 Ladie's Night at The Village Theatre …

TuneCore brings industry to indie

Phillana Williams is in the zone on Edgewood Avenue. No sooner than she turns down the volume on the booming speakers inside TuneCore for our scheduled sit-down, the conversation gets interrupted by a loud passerby on the sidewalk outside. “That’s Edgewood, but I love it,” says the recently installed VP of label services for the digital music distributor.…

Salute your shorts(fest)

The 7th Annual Atlanta Shortsfest kicks off the Atlanta Film Series, screening nearly 100 short films at the Synchronicity Theatre on Fri., July 15, and Sat., July 16. The two-day fest highlights filmmakers from across the world. "It's been incredible to see the evolution of the films over the years," Festival Director Bj Ogden says.…

First Slice 7/6/16: Georgia Supreme Court gives KKK something to holler about

The Ku Klux Klan scored a partial win from the Georgia Supreme Court yesterday on a technicality. The unanimous ruling on an appeal stems from a 2012 lawsuit filed by members of a Klan chapter after the Department of Transportation denied...Show More Summary

5 things to do: Safe Place

Wednesday, July 6, 2016 The Continual Struggle: The American Freedom Movement and the Seeds of Social Change at Jimmy Carter Library and Museum …

Fosse, fosse, fosse — and femme fierceness: Looking back at 'The Birdcage'

I don’t remember exactly when I first saw The Birdcage but I can perfectly pinpoint where I was. It was at a middle school slumber party, and my friend’s parents thought we were too young to see a horror movie but mature enough to be...Show More Summary

Samm and Jen do high and mighty comedy

Started from the bottom, now we here — and high as a kite. The upper class seems to have the most fun, and comics Samm Severin and Jen Lenny are grabbing their piece of that good life.…

First Slice 7/5/16: CNN Center to get a major overhaul

CNN Center, Colony Square, and Peachtree Center — all constructed in the 60s and 70s — are up for overhauls intended to bring new life to the modernist but out-of-touch hi-rises. CNN Center's renovations will focus on ground floor retail...Show More Summary

5 things to do: Hellyeah

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 Gatheround: Stores of Atlanta at Atlanta History Center …

First Slice 7/4/16: Happy Fourth! Don't set your neighborhood on fire!

Yes, it's Fourth of July so people will be lighting fireworks. Here are the rules on launching 'em.…

5 things to do: Fourth of July

Monday, July 4, 2016 Peachtree Road Race Post Race Party at Colony Square …

First Slice 7/3/16: North Georgia judge tosses publisher in jail for... asking for information

Meet Pickens County Superior Court Judge Brenda Weaver. She threw a small newspaper publisher and his attorney in jail for essentially filing an Open Records request.…

5 things to do: Slowriter w/ Woven In

Sunday, July 3, 2016 Aesop Rock, Rob Sonic & DJ Zone, Homeboy Sandman at The Loft …

5 things to do: Beer, Cheese, Soccer

Saturday, July 2, 2016 Beer, Cheese, Soccer at Park Tavern …

'Wiener-Dog' explores identity, death

Todd Solondz's (Welcome to the Dollhouse) latest joint, Wiener-Dog, follows the life of a dachshund through four homes and about three times as many existential crises. That being said, even though this film asks tough personal questions through its characters' struggles and complicated, shaky relationships, it doesn't leave the viewer feeling totally wiped out.…

Atlanta's tunnel-boring machine has arrived and it needs a name that will last throughout the ages

“It’s like watching a Godzilla Movie!” Mayor Kasim Reed said on Wednesday as a flat-bed truck carrying the largest section of the city’s new tunnel boring machine pulled into a gravel lot that overlooked northwest Atlanta's Bellwood Quarry. Show More Summary

First Slice 7/1/16: Tests show more than a dozen Atlanta schools with elevated lead levels

New test results show that drinking water at more than a dozen Atlanta schools have elevated levels of lead, "some as high as 15 times the federal limit for water systems. 'What was most upsetting to me were the numbers that were really,...Show More Summary

5 things to do: Ha Ha La La

Friday, July 1, 2016 Coco and Clair Clair, Fit of Body, Twins, Rekchampa at Murmur …

Here's what the inside of O4W's new natatorium will probably look like

Some Old Fourth Ward residents just want better information about the city's plans for the new Martin Luther King Jr. Natatorium. But they claim officials at the Department of Parks and Recreation have kept them in the dark during the...Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC