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Welcome to Atlanta: Jermaine Dupri will produce a week of free concerts before Super Bowl LIII

Atlanta producer Jermaine Dupri has been tasked with producing nearly a week worth of shows in downtown Atlanta leading up to the Super Bowl in 2019. Officials teased the events will be a "'Welcome to Atlanta' experience like no other.”
Walter's Clothing Atlanta

The legacy of Walter’s Clothing

Walter Strauss, the "Godfather of sneaker culture" in Atlanta, died in July at age 94. But his shop, Walter's Clothing, remains an institution for Atlantans, Georgia State students, and out-of-town visitors looking for exclusive sneakers.
Cascade

Sunday Night Skate: Clubs don’t have anything on Cascade’s rolling weekly party

These skate sessions have been one of the biggest social events in the Adamsville and Oakcliff areas since the rink opened in 2000. Stars like Bow Wow, Usher, and Jermaine Dupri skate here, and the 2006 movie ATL was largely filmed inside Cascade.
50 Best Things to Do in Atlanta

Roll to soul at Cascade Skating Rink

Step into Cascade Skating Rink on Saturday, Sunday (the big night), Tuesday, or Wednesday and find a whole world of dance happening on wheels. The people who come here are regulars—and they’ve got the moves—so novices, you’ve been warned.
Jermaine Dupri

Jermaine Dupri made his name developing young hip-hop stars. With The Rap Game, he’s at it again.

Above all, Dupri says artists need an experienced industry hand that can steer their development, shape their image, offer advice on beats and lyrics. “That’s what The Rap Game is about,” he says, “that grind, that hard work.”

Big Boi, Jermaine Dupri, Kenny Leon and other Atlanta artists reflect on Prince’s passing

We reached out to Atlanta’s artistic community and asked them to take the measure of Prince’s death today at 57, and what his music meant to them.

Back in the day: Michael Krohngold

We opened the Velvet in this vacated 6,000-square-foot building downtown. Everybody came: gay, straight, bankers, punks, you name it. This was before event photographers and cellphone cameras.
Freaknik

Freaknik: The rise and fall of Atlanta’s most infamous street party

From hundreds to thousands to tens of thousands, Freaknik grew, but during its first decade, almost all white Atlantans—and many black Atlantans over the age of 40—were oblivious. Then came Freaknik 1993.

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