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The rebirth of Bankhead Seafood
Rappers Killer Mike and T.I. are angling to bring back the hallowed restaurant, which served fish “so darn good it blocked traffic on Fridays.” It will reopen in a rapidly changing neighborhood.
Headland Drive: The start of something good
Los Angeles has Crenshaw Boulevard and Queens has Linden Boulevard. In Atlanta, OutKast put the intersection of Headland and Delowe on the musical map.
Yes, the Dungeon Family house is actually on Airbnb (for a very limited time)
The Lakewood Heights house, which Big Boi purchased back in January 2019, has been transformed into a stylish shrine to all things OutKast.
How Gnarls Barkley went “Crazy”
Fifteen years ago, the duo’s debut previewed the future of Atlanta hip-hop: A look back at "Crazy" and St. Elsewhere
5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: July 24-30
Watch the Parliament of Owls lantern parade in Midtown, catch a free Goodie Mob performance in East Point, and go on a zombie pub crawl in Virginia-Highland.
The 5 can’t-miss Super Bowl shows for Atlanta music fans
You probably won't be able to see Big Boi and Gladys Knight perform during the Super Bowl game itself. But if you're looking for other ways to see Atlanta's wealth of musical talent during Super Bowl week, here are our five concert picks.
Jermaine Dupri announces the first Super Bowl LIVE acts, including Goodie Mob and Ying Yang Twins
Jermaine Dupri and the Super Bowl LIII Host Committee are clear about the fact that they want the upcoming Super Bowl LIVE concert series—six days of free shows that will take place in Centennial Olympic Park ahead of the Super Bowl—to incorporate and appeal to Atlanta’s residents, not just the thousands of visitors who are expected to flood the city for the big game in 2019.
CeeLo Green and members of Goodie Mob talk about their new reality show at aTVfest
Best friends forever. That’s the theme of CeeLo Green’s new TBS reality show, CeeLo Green’s The Good Life, which will focus on the recent reunion of Goodie Mob, the Dirty South hip-hop group that first made Green famous back in the 1990s. During a panel and Q&A with the band and the show’s producers at Savannah College of Art and Design’s aTVfest Friday afternoon, Goodie Mob member Big Gipp summed up the message of their new show.
Derivation of Dirty South
“What chu know about the Dirty South?” Aside from being a track and infectious refrain on Goodie Mob’s 1995 debut "Soul Food," the term has devolved in spelling (Durty Souf?) and evolved wildly in connotation.