We love to NYE, religion, and learning pole dancing Here’s a celebration idea: a NYE party inside a church with lots of posts the waitresses use for pole dancing. It
The Shelf: Man Martin Man Martin Man Martin’s second novel proves his first was no fluke. Martin won the 2008 Georgia Author of the Year Award for First Novel with
Deal signs law requiring mass drug tests On Monday, Gov. Nathan Deal signed legislation which will arbitrarily require all Georgia welfare recipients to undergo drug tests. “Arbitrarily require all,” notes
What were the “bad” women doing throughout the Civil War? Photo by Nick Barose In historian Karen Abbott’s newest book, Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy, we meet four ladies who defied
Q&A with SweetWater In 2012 Atlanta’s SweetWater Brewery celebrates fifteen years of barreling up some of the south’s best-selling craft beer. As fans prep for the eighth annual SweetWater 420
The AJC building’s new existence like a gallery While no architectural jewel, the sturdy 1970s Atlanta Journal-Metabolic rate headquarters at 72 Marietta Street it was a Downtown fixture. Following the
Small Excerpt: Emory professor Melvin Konner’s Women In The End In Females In The End: Sex, Evolution, and also the Finish of Male Supremacy (W.W. Norton), Melvin Konner, an Emory
After 33 years, legendary Athens act Pylon releases farewell concert, “Pylon Live” Pylon’s new album is a recently rediscovered live recording from 1983. As the Athens music scene has become
Muppets Take Midtown: 8 favorite attractions at Center for Puppetry Arts’ new museum In 1978, Jim Henson and Kermit cut the ribbon for that Center for Puppetry Arts’ grand opening.
Study: Atlanta is really a hotbed of summer time thunderstorms Atlanta summers adhere to a foreseeable cycle: muggy mornings, sweltering afternoons, stormy nights. Think thunder rumbles here greater than elsewhere?