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Poets, Artists & Madmen

As an entertainment writer, I’ve definitely had my share of doubts. I think to myself, “should I be covering politics, something the typical reader might consider more newsworthy?” But it is in this dark time of political discourse that covering the arts is more vital than ever. It is individualized thoughts and emotions that art provokes that keep viewers curious and grounded. It isn’t so much what is actually on the canvas, but the chance to start dialogue. This issue’s Poets, Artists, and Madmen are doing their thing to bring life to whitespace and ignite a conversational fire, and it is our hope that they will continue to set the tone for creative awareness through art made for the people, by the people.

— Lauren Leathers, Events Editor



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2018 Readers Pick: Best Public Art Event BOA Award Winner

Tree Haus Atl

2018 Readers Pick: Best Public Art/Artwork BOA Award Winner

Tiny Doors ATL

2018 Readers Pick: Best Radio Station BOA Award Winner

WABE 90.1 FM

2018 Readers Pick: Best Street Art/Graffiti BOA Award Winner

Krog Street Tunnel

2018 Readers Pick: Best Street Character BOA Award Winner

(tie): ATL TVHead / Baton Bob

2018 Readers Pick: Best Visual Artist BOA Award Winner

Fahamu Pecou

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