The first episode: "Disputed Truth"
Cartoonist Amanda Semler talks about the second issue of her cryptid-hunting saga
Interview with BA Albert and Ashley Silverman from BA.Agency about their latest campaign for the Georgia Bar Association.
Chad Radford talks to Brock Scott and Ashley Anderson about their upcoming event.
Interview with Lee Harrop from the Westside Future Fund
Creative Loafing interviewed Bryan Adams, the Vice President of Organized Neighbors of Summerhill at the Park Pride conference in the Spring of 2019. The Summerhill and Peoplestown neighborhoods are located just South of Downtown Atlanta in the shadow of the former Brave's stadium.
Interview with Jessie Hayden of Briarlake Forrest Park
Heather Luttrell and the Possum Den played the Archives on Wednesday, May 15th, 2019.
Claws up! This Monday, July 22, Lobsterdamus graces Ria's Bluebird for the "Tails of Lobsterdamus" LP and CD listening and release party. Dillon and the Full Plate Fam take over the Bluebird from 6-9 p.m. for a feast of buttered lobster rolls paired with vegan side dishes, and hip-hop from the bottom of the ocean.
CL Music Editor Chad Radford talks with Andy Browne and Lucy Theodora about the philosophy of punk, personal identity, and the Andy Browne Troupe's latest single, "Jane Goodall." Photo by Chad Radford
For our very first episode, local drumming dynamo John Restivo Jr. sits down with CL critic Jacob Chisenhall and Music Editor Chad Radford to compare and contrast Atlanta's modern music scene with other cities John has visited out on the road. Tune in to hear the history of John's musical journey, playing in a laundromat with no-wave sensation Sadie, and much more!
Singer, multi-instrumentalist, and Zac Brown Band co-founder John Driskell Hopkins recently stopped by CL's Short Notice studio to record a podcast. For this interview, Hopkins, bass player Brian Bisky, and percussionist Mike Rizzi join Music Editor Chad Radford for raucous Q&A about technology and the music industry, hitting those high harmonies, and the group's latest single, "Lonesome High." Press play to hear the interview. Photo courtesy Southern Reel.
Interview with Mitchell Silver of NYC Dept. of Parks & Recreation
Sophia Sabsowitz is the Curator at Pulp Books in West Midtown. She also spends a portion of each year trimming fresh cannabis crop in the infamous Humboldt County, Calif, familiar by most as the setting for the Netflix docu-series "Murder Mountain." Sabsowitz's knowledge of cannabis flows directly into her creative life as a painter and current curator at Pulp Books, located in West Midtown, Atlanta. Listen as she describes the beautifully offensive mischief that is Pulp Books with an exotic book collection and its in-house blackbox theatre hand-built by herself and owner, Will Eiseman. It's her work with cannabis and the upcoming contemporary cannabis photography exhibit DANK, that brings her on our show today. In this interview of "Friends in High Places," hear how cannabis photography is getting creatives paid by big industry and why you may want to take a look at this bird's eye to macro display of cannabis photography. From July 11 - August 18, DANK will be on display and for sale at Pulp.www.pulpatlanta.com
Interview with Kimberly Estep of South Fork Conservatory
July 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing - one giant leap for mankind. To celebrate, Mother Bar+Kitchen has transformed its upstairs bar and performance space into Moon Bar to host a week-long series of events. The otherworldly series launched July 14 , and wraps up Fri., July 19. Curators Alan Steadman, Dave Hughes, Cody DeMatteis, and Linda McNeil have created a celestial landscape featuring an art show, titled Lunar, handcrafted space-themed cocktails, cosmic projections and art installations, and DJs spinning house and disco music into the night. Photo by Wes Cummings.
Q&A with Stephen Kearse, author of 'In the Heat of the Light'
Kevn Kinney still lives around here The Drivin N Cryin frontman delves into the songs on 'Live The Love Beautiful'
'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.
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.
Jennifer aka "Junior" and Alex Aton of Junior's Pizza talk about opening up their first brick-and-mortar shop in the rejuvenated Summerhill neighborhood. Intro music is "I Don't Wanna Be No Personal Pizza" by Personal and the Pizzas. Photo by Chad Radford
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.