The Fat Boy Chronicles Taps Into the ATL Music Scene For Soundtrack – Movie Premier June 30 at The Plaza Theater

The Fat Boy Chronicles Taps Into the ATL Music Scene For Soundtrack – Movie Premier June 30 at The Plaza Theater

Inspired by a true story, The Fat Boy Chronicles reveals the emotionally painful world obese teens experience in the face of a thin-obsessed society. At age 14, 5’5″ Jimmy weighs in at 187 pounds. Outside the comfort of his family and church, life for Jimmy is a constant struggle. The cruel taunts of his classmates make […]

Fifth Annual “Flicks on 5th” Brings Outdoor Screenings to Midtown

Fifth Annual “Flicks on 5th” Brings Outdoor Screenings to Midtown

Summer means lots of things in Atlanta. Unbearable heat in the day time. Crazy storms around lunchtime. Out-of-school kids running around everywhere. But it also means free movies in lovely green spaces at night time, when the outdoors become bearable. We’re excited that Flicks on 5th is back for it’s fifth year on Technology Square […]

Help the Makers of “40 Nights of Rock & Roll” Raise Cash for their Rock & Roll Movie!

Help the Makers of “40 Nights of Rock & Roll” Raise Cash for their Rock & Roll Movie!

Friend of Atlanta Music Guide, member of Attractive Eighties Women, former Paste editor and all-round cool guy Steve LaBate is joining filmmaker Scott Sloan to make an amazing film about music and the road: Renowned rock journalist Steve LaBate and filmmaker Scott Sloan team up to bring you the most ambitious and brutal rock documentary […]

Atlanta Film Festival Opening Gala to Feature Stanley Nelson’s “Freedom Riders,” April 15

Atlanta Film Festival Opening Gala to Feature Stanley Nelson’s “Freedom Riders,” April 15

The Atlanta Film Festival is one of those gems that can be easily forgotten in the giddiness of the first signs of spring warmth. Yet it features some amazing creations as well as thrilling guests. The festival kicks off this year with a screening of Stanley Nelson’s Freedom Riders, a phenomenal piece of work about […]

Sneak Peak of The White Stripes Doc Under “Great White Northern Lights” Tonight at The Plaza Theatre

Sneak Peak of The White Stripes Doc Under “Great White Northern Lights” Tonight at The Plaza Theatre

Atlanta’s White Stripes fans get a chance to view a sneak peak of the band’s new documentary Great White Northern Lights, which follows the band on their 2007 Canadian tour. View the trailer and a clip of the rockfest above, and then buy your tickets for the March 11 screening at the Plaza Theatre at […]

Check Out: Scoutmob’s Feature on Fringe Atlanta, at Redeemer on March 13

One of our fave local site, Scoutmob, has written up a lovely piece about Atlanta Fringe, coming up March 13: Classical music is getting the cool kid makeover this Saturday. And they call it “Fringe”. A mixed media concert series in its second successful season, Fringe has been getting plenty of buzz, selling out shows, […]

The Atlanta Creative Projects’ Night of Music and Photography

The Atlanta Creative Projects’ Night of Music and Photography

Local photographer Neda Abghari has been putting together some great pieces for the Atlanta Creatives Project, which features some of Atlanta's greatest DJs and producers (like Dres The Beatnik and Rob Wonder) photographed in their studios with the favorite childhood objects. There will also be some great shots of local musicians like Snoden and Black […]

Young Blood Gallery and Boutique Launch Online Store INDI-e BOUTIQUE, Throw a Party

Young Blood Gallery and Boutique Launch Online Store INDI-e BOUTIQUE, Throw a Party

Atlanta's Young Blood Gallery and Boutique in the Poncey-Highland 'hood is launching their online store INDI-e BOUTIQUE on November 7, and are throwing a party to celebrate! It all kicks off at Young Blood with an art opening (Yi-Hsin Tzeng’s “My Magazine Project”) and then carries on at The Highland Ballroom Lounge with a burlesque […]

CD Review: Frank Sinatra — Seduction: Sinatra Sings of Love

CD Review: Frank Sinatra — Seduction: Sinatra Sings of Love

Frank Sinatra Seduction: Sinatra Sings of LoveReprise By Kevin C. Madigan You can never have too much Sinatra. This fine collection happens to coincide with the new Twyla Tharp production Come Fly With Me, which opens this month at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre.  The album features a cross-section of impeccable Sinatra standards built around the theme […]

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