Host Jill Melancon speaks to Sarah Marks, president of the new Doraville Arts Council, about her goal of building a giant lighter to commemorate the recording of "Free Bird" in her city.
Since 2015, Rand Suffolk has served as the Nancy and Holcombe T. Green, Jr., Director of the High Museum of Art. Doug DeLoach talked with Suffolk about the upcoming exhibition schedule at the High, which features major installations of work by Romare Bearden, Sally Mann and Virgil Abloh, and other subjects including the wildly successful Kusama Infinity Mirrors show, which closed last February.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to Pam Peacock, The Killamari, and DoItDoItLeague about the artistic collective Lotus Eaters Club and finds out how they create their augmented reality murals.
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 with Tina Arnold from Park Pride and South Bend.
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 sits down with the members of Visitors.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to former Black Crowes and current Trigger Hippy drummer Steve Gorman about his new book, HARD TO HANDLE, about his time with the Crowes. We'll find out how a drummer with no experience becomes the drummer for one of the biggest bands of the 90s, how he wound up taking naps with Jimmy Page, and why he purposely left Uncle Green out of the book.
Rod Hamdallah is a young master of shamanic garage rock, punk, rockabilly, and fractured blues. He stopped by CL to talk to host chad Radford about absorbing punk, the blues, and Arabic music at a young age, his time spent playing guitar with Nashville's Legendary Shack Shakers, and what he's up to next.
David Matysiak (of Flamingo Shadow) stopped by Short Notice Studio to talk to host Chad Radford about TrashMan-Go! The new online spin off of Adult Swim's Williams Street Swap shop 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 Ema Carr speaks to former officer Corey Lowe, who looks like someone you'd be happy to meet for a safe and easy Facebook Marketplace transaction. She is a cannabis advocate, with tremendous patience, fighting for the legalization of marijuana in Georgia, having helped thousands of patients and families gain access to the medicine they need. It all started with her own daughter, Victoria.
Host Ben Eason speaks with Michael Halicki, executive director of Park Pride.
Seal Pup performs live from the Creative Loafing archives room.
Rob Milton performs live from the Creative Loafing archives room.
Brendan MacLean performs live from the Creative Loafing archives room.
Host Jill Melancon speaks with Elliott Hall, owner and co-founder of Fire Maker Brewing in West Midtown, about what it is like to open a brewery during a pandemic, and how they created the first Southeastern IPA.
Host Jill Melancon talks to Nick Purdy, co-owner of Wild Heaven Brewing in Avondale and the West End, about how they have been handling COVID-19, and about their new partnership with the Russell Center that will help African American small-business owners.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to brewmaster Jason Pellett from Orpheus Brewing about the evolution of the brewery and their use of local artists on their cans.
Host Chad Radford speaks with Rafael Pereira of Buteco.
Host Jill Melancon sits down with actor/writer/director/producer/casting agent Chad Darnell, stunt man Philip Dido, actress Suehyla El Attar, actor Jayson Warner Smith, and talent agent Jana Van Dyke to talk about how the Atlanta film business has changed over the past ten years, what the myths of being a working actor are, and what it takes to do what they do.
Host Ben Eason ruminates on Atlanta's role in the modern film and television industry with special guest, Jennifer Long. With her previous experience on MTV Networks, The Weather Channel and NUVO TV, Long is a seasoned vet of the entertainment industry and currently serves as the executive director and WIFTA - Women in Film and Television of Atlanta.
Host Jerry White Jr speaks with filmmaker Raymond Carr.