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Around 1 a.m. on Thursday night, Ludacris announced that he was “just getting started” with his EA Sports Bowl set inside State Farm Arena.
Who's on tour in Atlanta this summer? Among the highlights on this summer's concert calendar: Beyoncé & Jay-Z, Janelle Monáe, Taylor Swift, Nine Inch Nails, Smashing Pumpkins, Zac Brown Band, Journey, and more.
The second location to ever open, the Houston's on Lenox Road has been an Atlanta institution for 40 years. And while some might think of it as an overpriced chain, many Atlantans are completely devoted to the restaurant—and its spinach and artichoke dip.
What’s filming in Atlanta now? Fast 8, Felt, Donald Glover’s Atlanta, and The Walking Dead amps up security
The latest Fast and the Furious film and Donald Glover’s Atlanta series are just a few of the movies and TV shows filming in town. Plus, did a car crash reveal a Walking Dead spoiler?
Dina Marto, who credits her success to “risk, work ethic, relationship building, vision, and seeking out mentorship,” left Def Jam in 2012 to open Twelve Studios and Twelve Productions. Now she’s the mentor.
Fresh off his successful mediation of the Snoop Dogg and Iggy Azalea Twitter feud, Atlanta’s own T.I. looks to strengthen his nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize by helping the beleaguered hometown Hawks ease tensions with their fan base.
Sunday night television in review: Lebron James returned to the NBA Finals, contributing to a Heat victory for Game 2. A fourth-degree black belt, Nia Sanchez, was crowned Miss USA. Jon Snow got defensive on Games of Thrones. And over on the CBS Tony Awards broadcast, there was a performance by a special trio of Music Men: host Hugh Jackman, LL Cool J and Atlanta’s very own Clifford Harris, better known as T.I. If you’re having trouble deciding which is the strangest, just check out the video.
Sometimes, less than stellar cell service can land you in front of a Hollywood legend. Last week, Atlanta publicist Nicholas Wolaver stepped outside of RiRa Irish pub in Midtown with his bar-challenged cellular device only to come face to face with Clint Eastwood. The 80-year-old actor-director is in town shooting the baseball drama "Trouble with the Curve" with Amy Adams, Justin Timberlake and John Goodman (unlike 2011's "J. Edgar," Eastwood is just acting in this film, letting his old pal Robert Lorenz call the shots as director).