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SEC Network launches with pigskin preseason, preview, and past games

ESPN's new channel features Tim Tebow as a host and will air 45 live football games

It’s August. It’s the Southeast. Are you ready for some college football? That question is purely rhetorical because, ready or not, here comes ESPN’s SEC Network, ramming round-the-clock gridiron action and commentary—including gospel from Saint Tebow himself—smack into your face mask. Read more...

How to decode Atlanta movie production signs

Or, what do "Ramsey," "T9," and "Mineral" really stand for?

As you may have guessed, studios don’t exactly want gawkers around a shoot. But every frame of your favorite film or show requires hundreds of people. How do you direct your cast and crew to a locale while simultaneously keeping others away? The answer is simple: code words. Read more...

Video of the Day: The Walking Dead Season 5 trailer

Is Rick going to lose his roots?

Just when we thought it couldn’t get any worse. In four seasons of The Walking Dead, Sheriff Rick lost his society, his best friend, his wife, his infant daughter (for a while), his razor, and then his freedom in an apparently cannibalistic Terminus. Now it appears he’s about to loose his roots. Read more...

Get to know Zack Everhart of "So You Think You Can Dance"

Catching up with the tap-dancing contestant from Kennesaw. Plus: How you can take part in National Dance Day

“Hey, will you drop me off at the Fox at 5:30 in the morning?” A strange request in the bitingly cold month of January. Read more...

What's been filming in Atlanta this summer?

An update on which movie and TV crews are disrupting your commute.

By now, it's well established that Atlanta is the “Hollywood of the South” (or “Y’allywood,” if you will). While it used to be exciting to see a film crew, we’re all getting a little jaded, and when we spot those yellow signs tacked to phone poles and hanging off buildings directing crews and stars to a location, we start to lament that it means street closings and extra traffic. But do you know what production is to blame for making you late to work? Here’s a roundup of what’s shooting around town this summer. Adjust your commute accordingly. Read more...