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UGA Notre Dame

Before UGA and Notre Dame face off, two Georgia legends came to commemorate in Atlanta

Two Georgia football greats—Herschel Walker, the most decorated player in Bulldogs history, and Vince Dooley, the only national championship-winning coach in program history—joined former Heisman trophy winner, NFL star, and Notre Dame legend Tim Brown to take turns speaking to the media during the “Return the Favor” event.
BeltLine Lantern Parade

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: September 19-24

Stop by JapanFest in Duluth for street food and anime, celebrate the 10th anniversary of the BeltLine Lantern Parade, and Curious George arrives at the Children's Museum of Atlanta.
Creative Loafing

Commentary: I miss Creative Loafing

"I miss the award-winning, funny, and frank publication that would report the hell out of anything if it was important to our city," says former CL contributor Austin L. Ray of Atlanta's alt-weekly, which shifted to a monthly format and laid off nearly all of its staff in 2017.
After Dark Atlantans: Gabriela

Fetishes. Mansion parties. Every day (and night) is different for an Atlanta escort.

Five years ago, Gabriela broke off a bad engagement and started escorting. Today, the 34-year-old Westside resident charges Atlanta men, women, and couples $700 for 90 minutes.
Atlanta After Dark: Swingers Club

What really happens inside an Atlanta swingers club?

At Trapeze Club, you won’t see a massive orgy upon entering. The large front room has a dance floor (with an obligatory stripper pole), a buffet table, and two bars. Most of the action occurs in the back.
The Painted Duck Atlanta

10 Best Things to Do After Midnight in Atlanta

Karaoke at FamFam, roller skate at Golden Glide, relax at Jeju Sauna, go bowling at Painted Pin, go to a strip club—the list goes on.
After Dark Atlantans: Marshall Rancifer

Marshall Rancifer found recovery after addiction. Now he helps Atlanta’s homeless get off the streets.

Six nights a week, Marshall Rancifer visits Atlanta neighborhoods to help thousands of homeless men, women, and children by passing out meals, hygiene kits, overdose medication, and condoms—and, if they want, referrals to permanent housing or treatment.
Atlanta After Dark: Dillon Knight, security manager at Sister Louisa's Church

When Dillon Knight says you need to leave Sister Louisa’s Church, you better

At Church, the beloved Old Fourth Ward bar that helped turn Edgewood Avenue into a nightlife hot spot, it's Dillon Knight who helps keep the peace.
Atlanta After Dark: Addis Lewis, trauma nurse at Grady Health System

Even at 5 a.m., this trauma nurse is saving Atlanta lives at Grady Hospital

Three nights a week, from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m., Addis Lewis joins Grady Memorial Hospital medical professionals tending to car crashes, gunshot wounds, heart attacks.
After Dark Atlantans: Trévon Williams

Trévon Williams knew Atlanta creatives wanted another way to party. So he created Vain.

In 2014, one year after founding Von Allen, a communications and event production firm in downtown, Trévon Williams wanted to break down the silos he saw separating Atlanta’s creative community. Vain, a monthly multimedia event, was born.

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