September 2011: Hollywood South

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Explaining Georgia’s bustling film scene, from Gone with the Wind‘s premiere at Loew’s to The Blind Side. ONLINE:
 

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A chart on how the Three Stooges gang spent money on locals · Close-ups on crew members · Write-ups of the power players behind the scenes · Tips on how to be an extra · A look at African American filmmakers · How to host a film crew · Primer Mundo’s cigars · Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial · The Vibrator Play at Synchronicity · Escorpion’s creative drinks · MAE Couture’s parachute pants · Different ways to style an outfit around a blazer · Closet organization · Johns Creek’s My Room Rocks

Zombies Are So Hot Right Now

Why is the best new show on television filmed here? Simple. Atlanta is the zombie capital of the world.
By Justin Heckert
 
Director and writer Tyler Perry has built and empire. So why can’t he catch a break?
By Valerie Boyd
 
In an oral history that includes James Dickey’s never-before-published correspondence, star Burt Reynolds and director John Boorman join more than a dozen others (including the creepy banjo player) in recalling the making of a movie that would forever change how the world sees Georgia.
By Charles Bethea
 
FOOD & DINING
Review Viande Rouge
Culinary Character Indie dining spots
Recipe Kamal Grant’s Coca-Cola chicken
>> EXTENDED VERSION of Susan Puckett’s Home Plates column
LIFE & STYLE
Travel Waycross

COLUMNS
>> EXTENDED VERSION

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