Host Jill Melancon talks to artist Chris Hamer, better known as Urbnpop, about the trials and tribulations of putting out a comic book, and how art helps him stay balanced.
Host Jill Melancon talks to photographer Tripp Cook about the dangers of urban exploration photography and how he gets local musicians and artists to feel comfortable having their picture taken.
Since 2004, David Landis has worked from his sculpture studio at 97 Georgia Avenue in the burgeoning Summerhill neighborhood. Landis is perhaps best known for his casting work, turning out large scale, publicly commissioned and smaller private pieces. His works can be seen everywhere from the Eastside Atlanta BeltLine trail to the Pierre Baudis Convention Center in Toulouse, France.
Host Ben Eason speaks with Tina Arnold from Park Pride and South Bend.
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.
Valeria and Jose of Ladrones paid a visit to CL's Short Notice Studio to talk about the closely-knit punk scene that spawned the group, the Chupacabra, and how their lives have changed since they've settled in Atlanta.
Jake Cook, the man, the myth, the Seal Pup dropped by Creative Loafing's Short Notice studio for a podcast interview with Chad Radford and reveals details surrounding his infamous CL diss track and his personal musical evolution, while revealing details about his upcoming album, "I Bleed Pop."
Hosts Chad Radford and Jacob Chisenhall speak with Cousin Dan.
ATL-based singer/songwriter Kipper Jones - the man behind hit songs by artists like Brandy, Vanessa Williams and more - stops by the Mo Audio show to talk music new and old.
Rising R&B and synth pop singer, songwriter A$H. stopped by CL's Short Notice Studio to talk to host Chad Radford about working with Janelle Monáe on #TheArchAndroid, being her own manager, and the arrival of her debut album, "It's Just Art."
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 Ema Carr speaks to Kwanza Hall about the Medical Marijuana Law in GA, and about being a "Cannabis Consultant."
Host Chad Radford caught up w/ Mark Condit, aka Skater Claus (a Skateboard Cause), about viewing the city as a playground, expressing creativity on concrete, and repurposing old skateboard decks and parts to give underprivileged kids an opportunity to shred.
Uber for weed? That's what co-founders of Care by Delivery have accomplished in San Diego. Amy Koed and Vincent Owens are bringing their cannabis delivery service to Atlanta. Host Ema Carr finds out about their first Atlanta event, Pot & Pancakes, and how they're connecting the cannabis community.
Atlanta band Atria performs at the Creative Loafing Archives.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to Brian Purcell, owner and CEO of Three Taverns Brewing in Decatur, and now, in Reynoldstown, about how they are helping to revitalize Memorial Dr near the Beltline.
Host Jill Melancon shares a cold one with co-owner and brewmaster Rob Hopek from The Lost Druid Brewery in Avondale Estates, and learns about the unique use of herbs in their beers.
Host Jill Melancon talks to Kraig Torres, founder of Hop City and Barleygarden, about bringing craft beer to the masses.
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 Jerry White Jr speaks with filmmaker Tiffani Jai about her documentary film LONGING FOR.