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From his music studio in Stone Mountain, the 58-year-old posts new videos a few times a week for 2 million YouTube subscribers and counting, including series like "What Makes This Song Great?", countdowns of the best guitar solos, music theory, history lessons, and more.
Welcome to the SoaR house, the improbable headquarters of one of the largest eSports organizations in the world. Its seven residents earn their livings by playing multiplayer video games like Call of Duty and Fortnite for millions of YouTube and Twitch followers from around the world. The video-game industry has blossomed in metro Atlanta thanks to a sizable talent pool, entertainment tax credits, and Fortune 500 corporations eager to connect with young consumers.
For the latest video in her "Earworm" series, Vox journalist Estelle Caswell breaks down the "Migos flow"—and it's all about triplets.
Like Steve Irwin, Jeff Corwin, and Jack Hanna before him, Coyote Peterson will do just about whatever it takes to teach his millions of YouTube followers—nicknamed the "Coyote Pack"—all about the animal kingdom.
Andrew Rea, better known as Binging with Babish, has more than one million YouTube subscribers thanks to his viral cooking videos that demonstrate how to make foods from movies and TV shows. Today he tackled the lemon pepper wet wings from FX's Atlanta.
Already featured in seemingly every movie ever, the elevator at downtown's Marriott Marquis has a new claim to fame—as the star of an Improv Everywhere video.
In a new YouTube video series, Sublime Doughnuts owner Kamal Grant spins a wheel of doughnut destiny that features a wide variety of ingredients such as Hot Cheetos, roses, guacamole, Starburst candy, and fried chicken. Then he creates the doughnut on camera and taste tests it.
Monday’s forecast at CBS 46? Partly cloudy with a 100 percent chance of highly animated staff meetings. Inexplicably, on Sunday night, the Atlanta CBS affiliate decided to dump its live feed of the 67th annual Tony Awards just before the final category of the evening, Best Musical was announced and, instead, opted to air its 11 o’clock news. Compounding the insult for local theatre fans, who had just invested three hours in the live telecast from New York City’s Radio City Music Hall? Atlanta’s own Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre had birthed Bring It On: The Musical, one of the 2013 nominees for Best Musical.