Host Jill Melancon speaks with artist Lacey Longino about the importance of community to her art and how friends helped her get through the pandemic.
Host Jill Melancon talks to street artist Matt Letrs about his evolution from graffiti to murals.
Host Chad Radford speaks with author Stephen Kearse about his novel IN THE HEAT OF THE LIGHT, about a graffiti crew in Atlanta who have a summer that changes their lives.
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.
OMNI's singer and bass player Philip Frobos stopped by CL's Short Notice Studio for an interview with Chad Radford about about coming up in Atlanta's music scene, OMNI'S latest album, "Networker," and signing with Sub Pop Records.
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.
Drivin N Cryin's ninth studio album, Live The Love Beautiful, is a collection of inward ruminations and distant personal memories set to the tune of no-frills Southern rock 'n' roll. Host Chad Radford speaks to Kevn Kinney about his recent musical adventures.
Crimmins stopped by CL's Short Notice studio to talk with host Chad Radford about his residency at Paris on Ponce, his children's music project Captain Crimmins and the Story Boat Band, and the origin story behind his ragtime jazz band and stage persona.
Host Chad Radford speaks with Jen Hidinger-Kendrick and Bryan Schroeder of The Giving Kitchen, a local non-profit that provides emergency assistance to food service workers.
The battle wages on to save the South's first recording studio, and the hallowed ground where country music's first commercial recordings were made. Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville is slated to swing the wrecking ball on 152 Nassau Street, clearing the way for a deluxe new outpost for its chain restaurant and hotel. In June of 1923, New York-based Okeh Records executive Ralph Peer set up a pop-up studio in the building which facilitated recordings by various regional jazz, blues, and country music artists including Fiddlin' John Carson, Warner's Seven Aces, Charlie Fulcher, the Morehouse College Quartet, Lucille Bogan, Fannie Mae Goosby, Eddie Heywood, and more.
If you want to legalize, Ted Terry is a politician to have in your corner. The "Millennial Mayor" Ted Terry was the first to decriminalize marijuana in Georgia, starting with his city of Clarkston. Host Ema Carr talks to Mayor Terry about the details of his successful career as a politician, and his next step, running for US Senate in 2020, vying for Senator David Purdue's spot.
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 talks to Wayne Baxter, co-owner and founder of Monkey Wrench Brewing in Suwanee, about how they spent years creating their brews and winning awards even before opening the taproom doors.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to Glen Sprouse, co-owner and brewmaster for Ironshield Brewing in Lawrenceville, about the beauty of German and European style beers, and how they are helping other breweries be their best.
Host Jill Melancon sits down with Justin Ramirez of Arches Brewing in Hapeville to talk about how they aren't as far outside the city as you might think.
Host Chad Radford and Kelly Hester of Kelly's Death pickles sit down for an interview in Short Notice Studio. Hester owns and operates the boutique pickle production company that turns out flavors as heavy as the punk, hardcore, and metal music that he loves. Over the last few years, Kelly's Death Pickles has partnered with local bands Malformity, Order of the Owl, Dead Now, and more to create limited edition, signature flavors using locally sourced, hand-cut ingredients, and a hands-on work ethic.
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.