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Edward Button and Christopher Bruerton of The King’s Singers discuss their upcoming performance at the Rialto Center for the Arts at Georgia State University. Plus, Kodie Shane takes the spotlight in our series, “Speaking of Music,” and filmmaker Lex Gillespie details his documentary, “The Catskills,” which screens as part of the Atlanta Jewish Fil…
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Filmmakers Visvajit Singh and Ryan Westra discuss their animated short film “American Sikh.” Plus, Gena Robbins, Director of Galleries at Brenau University details their permanent collection, and we hear about “Million Bazillion: The Musical,” a world-premiere production promoting financial literacy for children. The show opens on the campus of Agn…
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Curator Nicole Lampl and artist Kenn Kotara discuss “Please Touch the Art,” on view at Reeves House Visual Arts Center through March 24th. Plus, Atlanta rock trio Omni celebrates their new album, “Souvenir” with a show at the Earl this Saturday, and Bruce Patton, Director of Curatorial Services at the Savoy Automobile Museum details their new exhib…
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Fredalyn M. Frasier, Project Director of Planning and Urban Design at Atlanta Downtown Improvement District, and artist Bojana Ginn discuss the “Downtown Windows” and “Celebrate Downtown Atlanta” public art initiatives. Plus, Lesibu Grand takes the stage for our series, “Speaking of Music.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Califo…
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Team WABE gets together with suggestions for a free or cheap date night in Atlanta. Plus, Actor’s Express artistic director Freddie Ashley and actor Noah Vega discuss their production of “Everybody’s Talking about Jamie,” opening tomorrow at Oglethorpe University Theater. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice…
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Stephen Satterfield, chef, and host of “High on the Hog” discusses Season 2 of the popular Netflix series. Plus, Mara Davis stops by with suggestions for “Galentine’s Day,” and we hear about the upcoming Audre Lorde Read-A-Thon coming to “Charis Books & More” this Sunday. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice…
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Composer Carlos Simon discusses his curated music program that the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will perform on February 15 and 16. Plus, filmmaker Ken McLaughlin takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of The Boom, and we hear about Théâtre du Rêve’s production of “Le Malade Imaginaire” (“The Imaginary Invalid”) See Privacy Policy at https://a…
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Dr. Jung Ha Kim, President of the Community Resource Corporation discusses Lunar New Year traditions among Asian Americans. Plus, Sammie and Mike from How Do You Atlanta stop by with details on Stone Mountain Park’s Lunar New Year Festival, and we listen back to Lois’s conversation with Joanne Lee Molinaro about her cookbook “The Korean Vegan.” See…
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Jon Ludwig, Artistic Director for the Center for Puppetry Arts, and author Calvin Alexander Ramsey discuss the Center’s “Ruth and the Green Book” production on stage through February 25. Plus, Hero the Band takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Music,” and we hear about the upcoming Soul Symphony Concert. See Privacy Policy at https://ar…
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Adam Friedman, co-founder and board chair of the Atlanta Green Theatre Alliance, discusses new possibilities in making theater and theatrical production more environmentally friendly and sustainable. Plus, experimental dance artist Hez Stalcup takes the spotlight in our series, “Speaking of Dance.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy an…
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Travel expert and PBS host Rick Steves stops by for “ATL Up and Away.” Plus, we hear about the new exhibition at the Booth Museum of Western Art, “Dorothea Lange and Pirkle Jones: Death of a Valley,” and find out about Atlanta Contemporary’s new executive director. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at htt…
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Author ReShonda Tate discusses her new book "THE QUEEN OF SUGAR HILL, A Novel of Hattie McDaniel.” Plus, poet Jon Goode takes the spotlight in our series, “Speaking of Poetry.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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Singer and songwriter Peabo Bryson discusses his touring concert “In the Glow of Love for Valentine’s Day,” which comes to the Rialto Center for the Arts on February 10. Plus, The Pussywillows take the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Music,” and we hear about the new exhibition at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, “SHAPE: artworks by Women Artis…
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Curators Katherine Jentleson and Monica Obniski discuss “Hear Me Now: The Black Potters of Old Edgefield South Carolina,” opening February 16 at the High Museum of Art. Plus, Yvonna Hoba takes the spotlight in our series, “Speaking of Dance,” and we hear about the new installation from artist Mike Stasny, “Millennial Pink,” which is opening at Unde…
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Chef and chocolatier Sabrina Coombs discusses the new Bitzel’s Chocolate immersive experience. Plus, Comedian Wellington Ojukwu takes the spotlight in our series, “Speaking of Comedy”. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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Playwright Derek Goldman and actor Andrew Benator discuss “Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski” on stage at Theatrical Outfit through February 18. Plus, poet Jill Spisak takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Poetry,” and we hear about Halima Taha, the new artistic chair for Hammonds House Museum. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.c…
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Authors Andrew Moskos and Pep Rosenfeld discuss their new book "Boom Chicago Presents the 30 Most Important Years in Dutch History." Plus, we listen back to “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes’ discussion with the king of rant, comedian Lewis Black. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/priva…
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Writer and director Rachel Frawley and composer and music director Sarah Beth Hester discuss “The Mad Hatterpillar and her Many Heads,” which is currently at Stage Door Theatre. Plus, H Johnson stops by for this latest edition of “H Johnson’s Jazz Moment; Sam R. Ross details his original Chekov adaptation, “Butterfly,” on stage at Windmill Arts, an…
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We examine the history of The William Root House in Marietta, which is one of the oldest homes in the metro-Atlanta area. In 2021, the Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society partnered with Kennesaw State University School of Art and Design to unveil a new garden sculpture at the William Root House. The sculpture “Forget Me Not, America” is dedicated…
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David Proctor, creator, and director of “Grabbing the Hammer Lane,” Marlon Burnley, creator, and director of “Black in the Box,” and Corinne Sutherlin, Cultural Arts Supervisor for the Roswell Recreation, Parks, Historic and Cultural Affairs Department, detail this year’s Roswell Roots Black History Festival. Plus, comedian Alyx Libby takes the sta…
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Choreographer Amy Hall Garner discusses her new dance piece “Century,” which premieres at the Fox Theatre on January 25th as part of the 65th Anniversary celebration of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Plus, Olive and Avsha from the band Lowertown take the stage for our series, “Speaking of Music,” and comedian and podcaster Doug Benson stop…
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Atlanta author Van Jenson discusses his unique new sci-fi novel, "Godfall," and explains how he uses an out-of-this-world premise to highlight a divided country. Plus, Jacque Pritz takes the spotlight in our series, "Speaking of Dance," and we discuss the political thriller "Rogue Justice" with author and voting rights activist Stacey Abrams. See P…
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Brooklyn-based artist Nehprii Amenii discusses her original puppetry experience, “Human,” a deep-sea story told from the perspective of a young seahorse. The show is on stage at the Center for Puppetry Arts through January 28th, and puppets by Amenii are on display in the Special Exhibition Gallery through April 28th. Plus, Mike Jordan and Sammie P…
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Atlanta Opera artistic director Tomer Zvulun and lead soprano Gabriella Reyes discuss their new “La Bohème” production on stage at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, January 20th through 28th. Plus, multi-instrumentalist and composer Jermery Wilms takes the stage in our series, “Speaking of Music.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy a…
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Comedian Paula Poundstone stops by ahead of her upcoming standup show at the Buckhead Theatre. Plus, Soleil is spotlighted in our series, “Speaking of Poetry,” and Atlanta music journalist Chad Radford discusses Radfest 2024. The festival features post-punk, post-hardcore, and noise acts and happens this Friday at eyedrum. See Privacy Policy at htt…
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Lisa Vallen, the organizer behind “Fighting for Freedom: Labor and Civil Rights in the American South,” discusses the exhibition, which is on view through October at the new GSU Library. Plus, “Queer Eye” star Jonathan Van Ness discusses what real beauty means ahead of his upcoming comedy performance at Symphony Hall. See Privacy Policy at https://…
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Oglethorpe Museum of Art director Elizabeth Peterson-Jennings and exhibition lead docent and curatorial assistant Sophia Sobrino discuss “Estampas de la Raza: Contemporary Prints from the Romo Collection,” on view at the Oglethorpe Museum of Art through January 31. Plus, H Johnson stops by for “H Johnson’s Jazz Moment,” and Atlanta actor Adetinpo T…
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Legendary singer-songwriter Judy Collins stops by before her Saturday show at the Buckhead Theater. Plus, Faith Carmichael, Okorie Johnson, and Katherine Dirga discuss “The NEXT Movement,” streaming now on WABE TV, and Emily Holden takes the stage in our series, “Speaking of Comedy.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Pr…
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Kyle Tibbs Jones, author and co-founder of “The Bitter Southerner, discusses their new children’s book, “Your Heart is Your Home.” Plus, dancer Ashlee Jo Ramsey-Borunov takes the stage in our series, “Speaking of Dance,” and “City Lights” producer Jeannine Etter shares where you can still ice skate in and around Atlanta this month. See Privacy Poli…
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Travel expert Rick Steve joins us for “ATL Up and Away” with advice on planning your big trip to Europe in 2024. Plus, Travis Denton takes the spotlight in our series, “Speaking of Poetry,” and Contrapunto founder and contributing artist Carlos Solis discusses the collective’s new show, currently on view at the Hudgens Center for Art and Learning, …
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Matt Paxton, host of the Emmy-nominated PBS series “Legacy List,” stops by to discuss what’s in store for Season 5, which premiers on WABE TV on Tuesday, January 16. Plus, Charity Hamidullah takes the spotlight in our series, “Speaking of Art.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privac…
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Executive producers Ron Holsey and Loris Kramer discuss Season 2 of the animated Apple TV series “Interrupting Chicken.” Plus, comedian and event organizer Joe Petis details the “50 First Jokes” showcase at Wild Heaven Brewery on Saturday, January 6. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/…
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Artist Anaitté Vaccaro discusses her permanent installation sculpture "The Perennial," which is on view at Little Tree Art Studios in Avondale Estates. Plus, we celebrate the life and legacy of jazz legend Les McCann with Atlanta pianist Joe Alterman. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com…
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Award-winning Atlanta poet and playwright Pearl Cleage discusses her newest play, “Something Moving: A Meditation on Maynard,” coming to the Alliance Theater this fall. Plus, we learn about the use of music in film and television and highlight Nikki Marshall in our series, “Speaking of ‘The Boom.’” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy an…
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Actor, writer, and director Colman Domingo returns to City Lights to talk about his starring roles in the new films, “Rustin,” and “The Color Purple.” Plus, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s concertmaster, David Coucheron, discusses being both violin soloist and conductor in their upcoming performances of Vivaldi’s masterpiece, “The Four Seasons.“ S…
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Lois pays tribute to journalist, fashion model, and beloved friend Gail O'Neill. Plus, Muralist Jose Ray and SCAD SERVE executive director Dean Ballas discuss the new mural that now decorates the paths of Sara J. Gonzalez Memorial Park, and director Mukhtar Omar Sharif Mukhtar details the latest Cirque du Soleil production, "Echo," currently under …
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Author and biblical scholar Jacob L. Wright discusses his new book, "Why the Bible Began: An Alternative History of Scripture and Its Origins." Plus, Eilis Crean takes the spotlight in our series, "Speaking of Art," and we hear about a new music studio created for the students of B.E.S.T. Academy. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and…
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Jeff Scardino, founder of Dips Kitchen, discusses his new mobile eatery. Plus, Clay Barr, collector of the yads, or Torah pointers, details the Bremen Museum exhibition, “The Guiding Hand: The Barr Foundation Judaica Collection of Torah Pointers.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/pri…
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Spelman College’s Dr. Cheryl Finley joins us for our series, “The Art of Teaching.” Plus, Chris Moten, AKA Trap Jazz, and No Words ATL organizer Ann Wood discuss the instrumental music festival on December 28, and artist Gabi Madrid takes the spotlight in our series, “Speaking of Art.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California …
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Monica Obniski, the High Museum’s decorative arts and design curator, discusses the exhibition “Sonya Clark: We are Each Other.” Plus, we hear about NPR’s College Student Podcast Challenge, and choreographer Patsy Collins takes the spotlight in our series, “Speaking of Dance.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy N…
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Author and music historian John Hunter discusses his new book, “Maps and Legends: The Story of REM.” Plus, H Johnson features jazz bagpipe player Rufus Harley on the latest edition of H Johnson’s Jazz Moment. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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City Lights shares holiday gift suggestions from local independent booksellers Matt Nixon of Acapella Books and Diane Capriola of Little Shop of Stories. Plus, Georgia’s Poet Laureate Chelsea Rathburn takes the spotlight in our series, “Speaking of Poetry.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art…
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Gennadi Nedvigin, artistic director of the Atlanta Ballet, discusses the company’s immersive performance of “The Nutcracker” on stage at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre through December 26. Plus, we hear about the HBCU National Bands of The Year Championship, and Arma Benoit takes the spotlight in our series, “Speaking of Comedy.” See Privacy Po…
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Trey Clegg, of the Trey Clegg Singers discusses their upcoming holiday concert, “Festival Sounds of the Season.” Plus, Joe Alterman stops by to share what’s planned for Neranenah’s 2023-24 lineup. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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Chanda Bell, founder, and chief storyteller of The Lumistella Company, discusses the story behind their world-famous “Elf of the Shelf.” Plus, Ben Garden of the band Melodic Monster takes the spotlight in our series, “Speaking of Music.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-no…
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Xiao Falig, operations manager of the Winter Lantern Festival, discusses the festival’s all-ages light-sculpture spectacular, on display through January 2 at Gwinnett County Fairgrounds. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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Kevin Sipp, co-curator of “Foundations and Futures,” discusses the exhibition, which celebrates the 35th anniversary of Hammonds House Museum. Plus, Alon Balshan, owner of Alon’s Bakery, shares some of his favorite Chanukah foods. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-…
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Director John Ammerman and writer Karl Harpur discuss Aris Theatre’s “CINDERELLA: A Christmas Panto,” on stage at The Academy Theatre in Hapeville December 15-23. Plus, Photojournalist Kate Medley takes us on a journey through the gas stations of the South in her new release, “Thank you Please Come Again.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/pr…
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Travel guru Rick Steves joins us for ATL UP and Away, plus photographer Jordan Putt takes the spotlight in our series, "Speaking of Art," and curator Nadia Scott discusses the Carlos Museum's exhibition "Crisscrosses: Benny Andrews and the Poetry of Langston Hughes." See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at h…
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Max Hines, chef of one of Atlanta's hottest new restaurants, "Breaker Breaker," joins us to discuss what Michelin really means for Atlanta. Plus, director Candy McLellan discusses Stage Door Theatre's production of "It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play," Queen Sheba takes the stage in our series, "Speaking of Poetry." See Privacy Policy at http…
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