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The Indie Craft Experience returns with a new owner and holiday markets

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: May 16-22

Shop at the Indie Craft Experience Summer Market, catch live music at Virginia-Highland Porchfest, and more fun things to do this week.
A love letter to WREK

A love letter to WREK

You can learn a lot from local radio. Wherever I travel, I make a point of listening to nearby stations; when I relocated to Atlanta, it was the radio that taught me about my new city. One afternoon, escaping Buckhead in bumper-to-bumper traffic and fed up with Top 40 radio (How many personal-injury lawyers are out there, really? I wondered), I turned the dial and discovered my favorite gem of them all: WREK (91.1), Georgia Tech’s student-run radio station.
Photos: Bad Bunny performs at State Farm Arena

Photos: Bad Bunny performs at State Farm Arena

Bad Bunny played to a sold-out crowd at State Farm Arena on the first night of his two-night run in Atlanta. Here, check out the scenes photographer Perry Julien captured at the show.
Georgia Poet Laureate’s Prize

Georgia Poet Laureate’s Prize 2024: Meet the winner and finalists

Launched in 2014 by Judson Mitcham in collaboration with the Georgia Council for the Arts, the Georgia Poet Laureate's Prize is an annual program designed to encourage works by teen writers. Read the works of the 2024 winner and finalists.
The Seed & Feed Marching Abominable band turns 50

The Seed & Feed Marching Abominable band celebrates its 50th anniversary in style

Seed & Feed Marching Abominable, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, has long been a home for Atlanta’s wunderkinds, weirdos, and whimsical musicians.
A Georgia Tech professor was featured in the Hulu’s Black Twitter: A People’s History

A Georgia Tech professor was featured in Hulu’s Black Twitter: A People’s History

We caught up with Dr. André Brock, Jr.—who teaches Social Media, AI and Society, as well as Science and Technology Studies at Georgia Tech—during a Black Twitter: A People's History promotional event atop the roof of the Hotel Clermont to ask about Atlanta Twitter and learn more about his work.
Atlanta’s Silent Book Club chapter brings together readers, accountability, and camaraderie

Atlanta’s Silent Book Club chapter brings together readers, accountability, and camaraderie

If you’ve walked through Bold Monk Brewing, Ladybird, or other Atlanta hotspots recently, you might have noticed something unusual: a group of people independently reading in collective silence. Stumbling upon a Silent Book Club event might seem unnerving without context, but the meetup is an increasingly popular way for people to read, socialize, and explore Atlanta.
How my mother’s clutter helped me get to know her better

How my mother’s clutter helped me get to know her better

This may sound odd, but as Mother’s Day approaches, I would like to offer a few words in support of pack rats—those governed by the impulse to squirrel away, in drawers and closets and under beds, the minutiae of one’s life. Yes, it can be done to excess. No doubt many of you, after emptying the home of a dead relative, have vowed never to bequeath that chore to those you leave behind. But decluttering can be insidious as well.
5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: May 9-15

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: May 9-15

To Kill a Mockingbird plays at the Fox, the BeltLine Lantern Parade returns, and more fun things to do this week.
Photos: Neil Young and Crazy Horse perform at Ameris Bank Ampitheatre

Photos: Neil Young and Crazy Horse perform at Ameris Bank Ampitheatre

Neil Young and Crazy Horse stopped in Alpharetta on Tuesday evening as part of their Love Earth Tour. Here, check out the scenes photographer Perry Julien captured at the show.

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