Atlanta Film Festival kicks off March 24

Atlanta Film Festival kicks off March 24

The Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF) kicks off Friday, March 24, and continues through April 2 with a line-up of 163 movies. Of the record-breaking 6,000+ film submissions for the 2017 festival, the final selections include 47 feature length films, 116 short films and 28 creative media presentations, which consist of music videos, virtual reality and […]

Theatre Review: ‘The Bridges of Madison County’ at Aurora

Theatre Review: ‘The Bridges of Madison County’ at Aurora

By Manning Harris Aurora Theatre is presenting the musical version of Robert James Waller’s novel “The Bridges of Madison County,” with a book by Marsha Norman; music, lyrics, and orchestration by Jason Robert Brown; directed by Justin Anderson. It will run through April 16. I’m sure most are aware there was a film version in […]

Living Walls: Street art conference returns, expands to Buford Highway

Living Walls: Street art conference returns, expands to Buford Highway

By Grace Huseth Living Walls, the annual street art conference, returns this summer with an expansion to Buford Highway. Monica Campana founded the organization in 2009 with the help of Blacki Li Rudi Migliozzi. Since then, Living Walls has painted more than100 murals and hosted over 30 lectures and other educational events in Atlanta. However, […]

Alliance taking 49th season on the road during renovations

Alliance taking 49th season on the road during renovations

The Alliance Theatre will take its 2017/18 season on the road to venues around the city as work begins on renovating its home at the Woodruff Arts Center. Venues for the 49th season include the Fulton County Southwest Arts Center,  Porter Sanford III Performing Arts & Community Center, Marcus Jewish Community Center, Cobb Energy Performing […]

Parade, music, drinks to mark St. Patrick’s Day

Parade, music, drinks to mark St. Patrick’s Day

If you’re looking to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Atlanta, the city hosts one of the oldest parades in the country and there’s plenty of drinking and partying, too. Here’s a roundup of some of the events. The 135th Atlanta St. Patrick’s Day Parade, one of the oldest in the U.S. and the longest running event […]

Familiar Face: JD Koth creates enigmatic sculpture for Atlanta BeltLine

Familiar Face: JD Koth creates enigmatic sculpture for Atlanta BeltLine

By Isadora Pennington A familiar work of art has become a permanent installation under the Highland Avenue bridge along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail. You may remember iterations of this image in a variety of places throughout the city, including a rock face at Piedmont Park and tucked away in a phone booth in East […]

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