Host Jill Melancon speaks to F Sheffield Hale, CEO of the Atlanta History Center in Buckhead, about their latest offerings, and how the pandemic inspired a new way to reach their audience.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to artist Fabian Williams--best known for his colorful murals of civil rights icons, his Colin Kaepernick murals during Super Bowl 53, and his Stacey Abrams "vote" mural on Edgewood--about how to handle a graffiti beef, and how his work will evolve.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to Eric Levin, owner of Criminal Records in Little 5 Points, about the resurgence of vinyl, how the store almost shut down back in 2011, and how he helped start Record Store Day in 2006.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to artist Yoyo Ferro about his style and how it is changing...and how he and other street artists took on the City of Atlanta and won.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to Kyle Caldwell, founder of Neighbor In Need, an organization that helps to provide home repair services to the elderly in East Lake who can no longer afford it thanks to rising property taxes.
Host Ben Eason speaks to Jessie Hayden of Briarlake Forest Park.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to Chelsea Arkin and John Dirga of the Cabbagetown Neighborhood Improvement Association to talk about what makes Cabbagetown so unique.
Host Chad Radford speaks with singer Avery Gipson.
Soul/folk/jazz singer Brenda Nicole Moorer talks with the Mo Audio crew about her appearance at the 2017 Atlanta Jazz Festival and her album Brand New Heart.
McKendrick Bearden of Athens' indie rock foursome Grand Vapids stopped by CL's Short Notice Studio to talk with Jacob Chisenhall and Chad Radford about the group's album, "Eat The Shadow."
David Matysiak (of Flamingo Shadow) stopped by Short Notice Studio to talk to host Chad Radford about TrashMan-Go! the online spin off of Adult Swim's Williams Street Swap shop that finds Matysiak putting a personal twist on Pokémon GO augmented reality game. Rather than tracking down creatures Matysiak collects trash. In one fell swoop, he's gamifying reality while drawing attention to the environment and picking up trash.
Host Chad Radford sits down with Peggy Whitlow Ratcliffe, Executive Director with Live Thrive's Center for Hard to Recycle Material (C.H.a.R.M.) for a conversation about the benefits of recycling.
Host Ema Carr speaks to Aviva and the Flying Penguins, who some of you may know her for her hit song, "Cannabis Car," which helped expand her awareness of hemp across the nation. Aviva believes we should all be driving cars that run on cannabis and growing home hemp gardens for salads, paper, clothing.
Artist Peeko plays live from the Creative Loafing Archives room.
Artist Flwr Chyld plays live from the Creative Loafing Archive room.
Ashley Walls plays live from the Creative Loafing Archives room.
Dot.s plays live from the Creative Loafing Archives room.
Host Jill Melancon talks to co-owner Ashley Chapman Hubbard of Tucker Brewing about the upcoming addition of a restaurant to their tap room.
Jennifer aka "Junior" and Alex Aton of Junior's Pizza talk to host Chad Radford about opening up their first brick-and-mortar shop in the rejuvenated Summerhill neighborhood.
Host Jill Melancon speaks with Isaiah Smith of Our Culture Brewing Company, an African-American brewer in Atlanta, about the four pillars of his business--collaboration, community, craftiness, and diversity.
Host Jerry White Jr speaks with filmmaker Raymond Carr.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to actress/screenwriter/director/producer/activist and author Naomi McDougall-Jones about her book THE WRONG KIND OF WOMEN: INSIDE OUR REVOLUTION TO DISMANTLE THE GODS OF HOLLYWOOD, which deals with sexism in the film and TV industry. Find out more at naomimj.com
Host Jerry White Jr speaks with filmmaker Tiffani Jai about her documentary film LONGING FOR.