Love & Hip Hop Atlanta aka ‘As The Hood Turns’ aired part 2 of the explosive season 3 reunion last night (September 1, 2014). [READ: RECAP: Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 3 Reunion (Part 1) + Watch Full Video] This week, we finally get to see the violent fight that broke out on the […] Straight From The A [SFTA] - Atlanta Entertainment Industry Gossip & News
Scary statistic: 1 in 5 American children are hungry. Atlanta restaurants are trying to turn that 1 to a 0 by participating in nonprofit Share Our Strength’s No Kids Hungry campaign. From now until September 30, Atlanta restaurants are banding together for Dine Out for No Kid Hungry month. Show More Summary
Sunday, I broke my wrist. I was doing yard work, breaking up some tree limbs, which DeKalb County’s sanitation workers had declined to fetch from an unruly curbside pile I’d made six weeks ago. I thought I found a brilliant shortcut that involved me swinging, like a baseball bat, a too-thick limb against a tree […]
We love passing the time in our gardens and enjoying the food we grow in them, but we'll be honest - we could use a few tips and tricks before we'd ever consider our thumbs to be truly green. Luckily, White Oak Pastures hosts a Seed Workshop this Saturday, September 6, and we can't wait to roll up our sleeves and learn from the pros. Show More Summary
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Michael Thurmond is returning to his alma mater, Paine College, hoping to find millions to cut from the school’s budget and stave of probation. Should he succeed, Thurmond would be one of the best-positioned potential candidates in Georgia (in my opinion). After leaving the Labor Commissioner’s office, he’s served as Dekalb County Schools’ interim superintendent, […]
Georgia U.S. Senate hopefuls Michelle Nunn and David Perdue may appear in as many as five debates between now and election day. Nunn, a Democrat, announced on Tuesday that she has accepted invitations from various organizations around the state. Perdue and Nunn have already met each other once on stage, two weeks ago at a […]
The urban artistic oasis that is the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) is celebrating its 25th anniversary this month after providing Atlantans with more than two decades of diverse design exhibitions and educational programs. To honor...Show More Summary
Technically, the Meltasia Music Festival is located 90 minutes outside of Atlanta at Cherokee Farms, but whatever. Do I really need to sell this one?
Another year of Dragon Con has passed. Over the Labor Day holiday weekend, legions of sci-fi fanatics roamed around Downtown in their finest Chewbacca, Walter White, and Daft Punk costumes.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Part two of the reunion show for Love & Hip Hop Atlanta (Season 3) aired last night and social media has been ablaze with quite a few hilarious memes. [READ: RECAP: LHHATL Season 3 Reunion (Part 2) + Watch Full Video...] Joseline Hernandez...Show More Summary
Wine dinner? Beer tasting?… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
AJC columnist and blogger Jeff Schultz makes a claim that Michael Sam is not playing in the NFL, or at least suiting up for a practice squad, because he is a homosexual: The NFL, like any sports league, would like you to believe it’s not exclusionary. The problem with that expectation is a league can’t […]
Also on the agenda for tonight’s Decatur City Commission, a proposed action plan for creating a “Compassionate Decatur”. Asst. City Manager Linda Harris describes the effort in the meeting materials… We propose a process that thoughtfully engages diverse community members in conversations which constructs new narrative and a shared action plan. The shaping of a […]
Cobb County stadium on track for Opening Day 2017.
“Politics makes for strange bedfellows.” In what could be one of the more interesting headlines you will come across this election cycle, it seems like the Georgia Libertarian Party is trying hard to woo the Tea Party its way this November. Libertarian Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Hunt and Senatorial candidate Amanda Swafford have been making the […]
Princi Italia moving forward with plans for first Atlanta location.
Hopping a plane to an exotic destination sure is nice, but can get expensive, not to mention the hassle of travel. Atlanta has so much to offer, yet many of us never take advantage of many of the cultural and entertainment events or delicious dining offerings in our neighborhoods throughout the city. I recently planned […]
Decatur Police Sgt. Jennifer Ross reports that wanted man, Calvin Simms, was taken into custody by Decatur Police on August 31st in the 800 block of Commerce Drive. DPD had previously put out an alert to residents to be on the lookout for Simms back on August 11th.
On the agenda for tonight’s city commission meeting – how Decatur will revise its policies in response to Georgia House Bill 60, known as the “Safe Carry Protection Act”. Here’s Asst. City Manager’s summary to City Manager Peggy Merriss… In response to HB 60, the “Safe Carry Protection Act”, which was effective July 1, 2014, […]