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Video of the @SunTrust meeting regarding Hickory House site for a new bank in Dunwoody.

Video I was a few minutes late to this meeting but I was able to record many of the questions and concerns voiced by the about 30 people in the room. Long story short, SunTrust needs zoning variances for a drive thru and they will go...Show More Summary

Gucci Mane to play homecoming concert at Fox Theatre

Gucci Mane is hitting the comeback trail hard. Less than a month after being released from prison, the Atlanta rapper has already returned to the Atlanta clubs and is preparing a homecoming concert next month at...

Concert review: Kenny Rogers says goodbye with hits-filled Atlanta show

During his nearly 60-year career, Kenny Rogers has starred in movies, helmed roasted chicken chains, mastered photography and absolutely slayed in what might be the funniest car insurance commercial ever made. He also ruled...

Meat Loaf collapses onstage in Canada

Big-voiced singer Meat Loaf collapsed on stage during a concert Thursday night in Edmonton, Alberta, and was taken to the hospital in unknown condition. Fan-shot video shows the singer, 68, singing his 1993 anthem “I’d Do...

Watch the first clip for Tupac Shakur movie, ‘All Eyez on Me’

Tupac Shakur would have turned 45 today, and a birthday remembrance comes in the form of the first trailer for “All Eyez on Me,” the biopic of the revered rapper due later this year. In the...

Preview: Tunes From the Tombs amps it up a notch with performances from Arrested Development and more this weekend

Singer-songwriter Speech Thomas wrote the lyrics to Tennessee over 20 years ago as a member of the alternative hip-hop group Arrested Development. The song, from the album titled 3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of…, was inspired by the passing of Thomas’ grandmother and brother in the course of one week. Show More Summary

OBB will share the spirit of brotherly love at Atlanta Fest

The three brothers in OBB are used to not winning – and that’s worked out just fine for them. Zach, Jacob and Nich Oswald – the namesakes of Atlanta-based Christian pop-rockers Oswald Brothers Band – debuted...

Free tickets to see Brit Floyd at the Fox Theatre

Listen up, Pink Floyd fans. The well-regarded tribute band Brit Floyd is bringing its “Space and Time PT2 Continuum World Tour” to the Fox Theatre at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 18 and I have a pair...

Tony Awards hail ‘Hamilton,’ honor Orlando victims

Hours after we awakened to the news of the Orlando massacre, first-time Tony Awards host James Corden had the unenviable task of opening the 70th annual celebration of Broadway in a respectful and appropriate manner,...

Atlanta songwriter talks about co-writing Justin Bieber’s “Company”

It’s been three weeks since Justin Bieber sent out a tweet announcing the release of his new music video and a campaign with Spotify. The music video for “Company,” a three-and-a-half-minute visual comprised of travel and...

Preview: Get your kicks with “The Rise of Sneaker Culture,” the exhibit that Atlanta needed

One Saturday back in March, at Little Five Points clothing store Wish, I tried on my first pair of sneakers that cost more than $50. The Fenty Puma was designed by R&B-pop superstar Rihanna, which was one of her first tasks as Puma's new creative director. Show More Summary

Teach them how to say goodbye, Bernie

Bernie Sanders says that if he wins California’s Democratic primary on Tuesday, he will take his fight for the nomination all the way to the July…

Preview: Noted choreographer Otis Sallid brings it home for “Chiaroscuro,” MAD fest

The influence of the great 20th century dance masters pops up in surprising places. Take, for example, a Coca-Cola commercial where a man dances in silhouette against a red-lit vending machine; in just a few shots, choreographer Otis Sallid tells a story. There’s a similar economy of means in Brooke Shields’ spirited dance that opens...

Preview: “Our bones cannot contain us,” Son Lux approaches new, wilder forms

Over the last two years, Ryan Lott’s multidimensional solo project Son Lux has transformed into a trio of boldly experimental artists, including guitarist-composer Rafiq Bhatia and drummer Ian Chang. The urgently textured 2015 album Bones grew from a necessary need for collaboration, the generative rush that undoes and remakes a sound. Bones is certainly that...

New multi-disciplinary art show has heart

Multi-disciplinary art show Heart Space dedicates an explorative evening to the physical and emotional space around the heart. Choreographers Leah Boresaw (above, top) and Christen Sewell Weimer (above, bottom), both Atlanta nativesShow More Summary

Dr. Ryan Seacrest gives shoutout to Dunwoody High during UGA Commencement @RyanSeacrest

Video - The day will happen whether or not you get up. Ryan's commencement speech was well written, it honored his family, his time at UGA and acknowledged the loss of those who could not attend; it was his personal advice given from the heart and I wouldn't have expected anything less. Show More Summary

Preview: Anicka Austin and Crystal Monds on healing and social justice efforts with photography and movement in “CHROMA”

The prolific Anicka Austin (Lucky Penny Work Room resident artist, a member of gloATL, an organizer for The Boiler Room, and more) combines energies with visual artist, activist and fellow Atlanta Yogi Crystal Monds for CHROMA: Spring, three exhibits at Arketype / Axess Stones at 8 p.m., May 20-22. The two first met through Austin’s work...

‘Sing Street’ is one of the best movies of the year – and I have free tickets to give away

I haven’t been in love with a movie in a long time… until “Sing Street” came along. Set in Dublin in 1985, the movie is a valentine to classic ‘80s Europop – the extraordinary bass playing...

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