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Game of Thrones where to watch the finale in Atlanta

Where to watch the Game of Thrones finale in Atlanta

If you're looking for a place to watch the final episode of Game of Thrones in Atlanta on Sunday, here are a few spots hosting screenings so you can shout, cry, laugh, and commiserate with your fellow Atlantans.
Xperimental Puppetry Theatre

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: May 15-21

Horizon Theatre Company brings NBC’s This is Us Bekah Brunstetter’s new play center stage, a mini puppetry festival at the Center for Puppetry Arts, and the Atlanta Braves annual Star Wars game.

Sine Die 1964: Ending the legislative session? One representative said “not on my watch.”

On Sine Die in 1964, heated debates raged over plans to give metro Atlanta two of Georgia’s 10 congressional seats. Democratic representative Denmark Groover tried to halt the formal end of the 40-day legislative session by ripping a clock from a wall, causing it to fall to the ground below.
Immigration detention centers Georgia

Commentary: Two years after a detainee’s suicide, conditions in Georgia’s immigrant detention centers haven’t improved

"It is vital to the well-being and the rights of all individuals currently detained at immigration centers across the United States that the U.S. government be held accountable for these abhorrent conditions." Project South legal and advocacy director Azadeh Shahshahani and University of Pennsylvania law students Alicia Harte and Olivia Daniels penned this commentary on the state of conditions at two of Georgia's immigration detention centers.
Goat Farm Atlanta redevelopment

The Goat Farm Arts Center will soon be five times bigger. Can it hold on to its magic?

Later this year, the roughly 500 artists who build, create, and essentially live at the Goat Farm will relocate to spaces in Castleberry Hill, Old Fourth Ward, downtown Atlanta, and other areas as the property begins a $250 million redevelopment. The transformation, which will add live-work units and a hotel, will allow the Goat Farm to expand its mission, the owner says.
Windows Speak Atlanta Life Insurance Sweet Auburn

Who are these faces on Auburn Avenue? A new photo project honors the history of a vacant Atlanta landmark

The original Atlanta Life Insurance Company building at 148 Auburn Avenue has sat empty, its windows boarded up, for nearly 40 years. Now, a new portrait series, “Windows Speak,” aims to honor the individuals who built the company, including its founder Alonzo Herndon, Atlanta’s first black millionaire.

Flashback: That one time Ted Turner coached the Braves

On May 10, 1977, Ted Turner—the budding media mogul and owner of the sad-sack Atlanta Braves—told manager Dave Bristol to take 10 days off after losing 16 games straight. Too bad Turner had no clue what he was doing.
Woodruff Arts Center

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: May 8-14

Bring the little ones to Toddler Takeover, an arts festival especially for kids at the Woodruff Arts Center, or listen to live music and peruse the vendors at the 35th annual Sweet Auburn Springfest.

ASO’s Talent Development Program brings diversity to the orchestra and the audience

“Talent Development Program is where I started . . . to know that I had something to offer as a musician of color.” Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's Azira Hill and Mary Gramling are helping minority musicians and are helping increase diversity both in the orchestra and in the audience.
Shaky Knees 2019

Photos: Thousands flock Old Fourth Ward for Shaky Knees 2019

No amount of rain could keep Atlanta from jamming to headliners Cage the Elephant, Tame Impala, Beck, and Incubus at Shaky Knees Music Festival this year. Check out our photos for a glimpse at this year's fun.

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