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Whole World Improv 30th annviersary

30 years of laughs with Whole World Improv

The Midtown comedy theater celebrates their 30th anniversary this year. One way they're celebrating—throwback movie spoofs. Here, a brief history of the theater and a look at what comes next.
Photos: Styx and Foreigner perform at Ameris Bank Amphitheatre

Photos: Styx and Foreigner perform at Ameris Bank Amphitheatre

Styx and Foreigner brought their Renegades and Juke Box Heroes tour to a sold-out crowd at Ameris Bank Amphitheatre on Wednesday evening. Here, check out the scenes photographer Perry Julien captured at the show.

The Elder Tree Public House gets new life as the Pub @ EAV

The Elder Tree Public House served as an East Atlanta Village hangout for 12 years. It shuttered on Fourth of July weekend and will reopen as the Pub @ EAV in late August. New owner Kasie Scott has partnered with executive chef Mike LaSage (formerly of P’cheen and Bone Lick BBQ) and original owner Bree Towry to “bring the pub into the 21st century,” LaSage says.
5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: July 17-23

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: July 17-23

Janet Jackson plays State Farm, the Atlanta Open kicks off, and more fun things to do this week.
Photos: Sammy Hagar performs at Ameris Bank Amphitheatre

Photos: Sammy Hagar performs at Ameris Bank Amphitheatre

Sammy Hagar, the “Red Rocker,” played to a packed Ameris Bank Amphitheatre on Tuesday night. Here, check out the scenes photographer Perry Julien captured at the show.

Discover rides, slides, and fun besides at these parks around the South

Throughout the South, amusement parks of all shapes and sizes draw visitors in search of classic summer fun. Florida lays claim to many of them, hence its nickname: the Theme Park Capital of the...
Breast cancer prevention

Younger women are being diagnosed with breast cancer. But better screening practices can save more lives.

For reasons researchers are still struggling to understand, rates of breast cancer in women 20 to 49 years old have increased over the last 20 years. These troubling increases have shifted the medical community’s approach to the disease. Catching breast cancer early can make all the difference: In localized cases where the cancer has not spread beyond the breast (also known as stage 1), the five-year survival rate for most breast cancers is 99 percent. But as researchers learn more about who gets breast cancer, when they get it, and why, it’s becoming clear that a one-size-fits-all approach to screening won’t be enough. It will take more than a general recommendation for regular mammograms to drive down breast cancer rates: We’ll need methods that help women understand their individual risk, access the preventive measures they need, and get the healthcare they deserve—regardless of how old they are, where they get their care, or the color of their skin.
Top Doctors 2024

Atlanta’s Top Docs in their own words: Why they went into medicine, the patients that inspired them, and more

We asked several of Atlanta's Top Doctors to tell their own stories about their journey as a doctor. Several said they decided to enter the profession because one or both of their parents were doctors; one mentioned that as a child, she went on weekend hospital rounds with her father. One of our favorite responses came from a neurosurgeon, Dr. Tyler J. Kenning, who said that being a physician and caring for patients embodies Theodore Roosevelt’s sentiment that “the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.”
Photos: Chris Brown performs at State Farm Arena

Photos: Chris Brown performs at State Farm Arena

Chris Brown closed out three dates of his 11:11 tour to another packed crowd at State Farm Arena on Sunday night. Here, check out the scenes photographer Perry Julien captured at the show.
Wax & Wane

Wax & Wane is ushering in a new model, using commercial work to fund narrative film

The company has only four people on staff, but they regularly work with up to 40 local crew members on their productions. While a short film can let someone flex their creative muscles, a commercial production, like a recent one for Grammarly, can pay full rates and keeps collaborators coming back. Wax & Wane has so far produced 10 shorts and plans to expand to features next.

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