The first episode: "Disputed Truth"
McKendrick Bearden of Grand Vapids talks about the bands new LP 'Eat the Shadow.'
Interview with the Director of the High Museum, talking the esteemed past and future of the organization.
Amy Wilson is an Atlanta-based conductor who is the Artistic Director of the Atlanta Philharmonic Orchestra (APO), a volunteer community orchestra based in Decatur, and Conductor of the Atlanta Contemporary Ensemble (ACE), a mixed chamber music group specializing in avant-garde music and the pioneering of living composers. Wilson holds music degrees from om the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, the University of North Texas, and Mercer University
Time to Party Season 2 Episode 27 Go ahead and grab a beer, ATL Jo is still celebrating winning the Open Cup! Two cups in two weeks. It's been a heck of a run for the 5 stripes and we hope to use the momentum Saturday against second place Philly to secure our place at the top of the east. It's time for the international break so get caught up on who will be off playing for their country and what the next few weeks look like for Atlanta United.
Interview with Jessie Hayden of Briarlake Forrest Park
Heather Luttrell and the Possum Den played the Archives on Wednesday, May 15th, 2019.
CL Recommends: Weekend Roundup September 6-8 Welcome to Creative Loafing's weekend roundup podcast! Will Cardwell, Jacob Chisenhall, and Chad Radford talk about their top picks for the weekend, including ONE MusicFest at Cenntenial Olympic Park, Kælan Mikla at 529, And That's Why We Drink at Buckhead Theatre, and more! Tune in and turn out.
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. Among many accomplishments during his time as Mayor, he's raised the minimum wage to $15/hour, actualized a thriving refugee community and was even on the stylish Netflix's show, Queer Eye. Tune in as Mayor Terry tells us the details of his successful career as a politician, and his next step, running for US Senate in 2020. He's vying for Senator David Purdue's spot, a seat IMO in desperate need of relevant perspective.
Interview with Mitchell Silver of NYC Dept. of Parks & Recreation
A Rippin Productions talks their new role as the in-house bookers of the 529.
Q&A with Stephen Kearse, author of 'In the Heat of the Light'
The Foothill Brothers talk kinship and folk tradition.
'Nature Documentary' LP stamps in time a bygone era for South Broad Street Early Future Records owner Alex Arnold recently stopped by Creative Loafing's Short Notice Studio to talk about his work with the label, and the latest album by Visitors, titled Nature Documentary.
Friends In High Places: Ashley McMahan talk changes to Cannabis laws in Georgia Season 1 Episode 5 The laws are changing, Georgia. Gwinnett and Cobb County announced they will no longer prosecute for minor marijuana possession. What exactly does that mean? This episode of "Friends in High Places" gives us the facts. Listen closely as Mrs. McMahan breaks it all down for us. Criminal Defense Attorney Ashley McMahan is an Atlanta native. After high school, she stuck around to attend GA Tech and later GSU Law School. With experience as a prosecutor, she opened her own defense firm, The Law Ladies, and has since defended countless Georgians unfairly, or wrongly charged with marijuana cases.
Today, we're chatting with baker Brittany Love about her vegan, gluten-free peanut butter chocolate chip cookie. Take a listen!
CL's First Draft columnist Alex Patton talks with Beer Guys Radio. Georgia podcasters Brian Hewitt and Tim Dennis discuss the local craft beer industry.
Jim Auchmutey discusses 'Smokelore: A Short History of Barbecue in America'
CLiKS EP 1: Interview with filmmaker Tiffani Jai about her documentary film 'Longing For'
A conversation with Jeff Hagerman, author of "Abandoned Atlanta" Vol. 1 & 2 Photographer Jeff Hagerman talks about his adventures in photographing Atlanta's forgotten infrastructure. Photo by Sergio Martinez.
For today's episode, Creative Loafing owner 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.