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The Color Purple

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: October 25-31

The Color Purple hits the Fox Theatre, Cumberland Mall celebrates Halloween, and Franco-Cuban musical duo Ibeyi plays Variety Playhouse.

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: August 9–14

An Indigo Girl goes solo, Harry Potter fans can get a unique cocktail, and Tig Notaro plays the Tabernacle
Cabbagetown 1996

With a Leica camera, a visually impaired photographer showed Cabbagetown to the world

Oraien Catledge might not have been able to see that well—a childhood illness left him with impaired vision—but he knew where to look.
Atlanta Strees Alive

Splash into summer with these 23 events for Atlanta families in June

Tour the city on two wheels, watch a butterfly release, see a Dancing Granny, and build a sand castle in Decatur Square
5 things to do in Atlanta

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: May 31-June 6

Listen to live tunes at Candler Park Fest, do a little shopping at the latest ICE market, or visit the High's new Andy Warhol exhibition.

19 of the best events for Atlanta families in May

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo, watch an operatic take on Cinderella, wander through a grove of pastel trees, and paddle down the 'hooch on Mother's Day.
Daniel Arsham

Daniel Arsham’s art shows how looks can be deceiving

Inside this purple cave, the walls are lined not with rocks but sports equipment: basketballs, tennis balls, footballs, soccer balls. Look closer, and you’ll see something else: Instead of rubber or leather, the balls are made of calcified amethyst crystal, pockmarked with sparkly pitted edges.
The Federal flatbread

Review: The Federal is chef Shaun Doty’s best venture yet

Shaun Doty is back in the kitchen again, and the only question you might have after dining at the Federal is, “What took so long?” Opening the Federal last November has been his greatest gift yet—to Atlanta and, perhaps, to himself.

For five decades, Ashley Bryan’s works have shown children that black lives matter

Inspired by the black oral tradition, many of Bryan’s books are reworkings of traditional spirituals, folk stories, and poems. “His works are a celebration of African American experience and offer black children an important opportunity to see themselves represented in the pages of books,” says exhibition cocurator Virginia Shearer.

New High Museum exhibition explores rural America’s place in modern art

“When we think of modernism, we associate it with urban spaces,” says Stephanie Heydt, the High’s American art curator. This exhibition showcases modernist works set outside of city limits.

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