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Monday June 5, 2017 06:39 pm EDT
The Serenbe forest becomes a stage with zip lines and overhead sets | more...

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Monday June 5, 2017 03:34 pm EDT
Plus: Wussy Mag celebrates the release of The Fight Issue and Fernbank After Dark launches | more...

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Friday June 2, 2017 09:32 pm EDT
Hebru Brantley gets topical with 'Clay Pigeons' | more...

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Friday June 2, 2017 02:20 pm EDT
Indie Craft Experience partners with Tiny Doors ATL for live tiny garden workshop | more...

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Friday June 2, 2017 02:03 pm EDT
A public debate on private property | more...

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Thursday June 1, 2017 12:59 pm EDT
New comedy show by "badass feminists" supports reproductive rights | more...

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Wednesday January 22, 2014 02:59 pm EST




  • Welcome to my humble abode.

It's a proven fact that mansions suck: They suck up utilities. They suck up maintenance. They suck up cash. But that hasn't stopped nouveau riche rappers and boxers from swapping money pits like celebrity arm candy.

The latest boxer-turned-rapper-owned mansion could belong to none other than Ricky Rozay, aka Rick Ross "the Bawse," who may have recently...

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Tuesday January 7, 2014 03:34 pm EST



Poor Evander. Last time the former heavyweight boxing champ was in the news, it was over the bank auctioning off his former 109-room Fayetteville home last November after he lost it to foreclosure in 2012.

So now, besides being in debt over unpaid back taxes, alimony and child-support, according to the New York Times, he's all over the Internet looking like neanderthal man this week...

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Tuesday April 13, 2010 01:01 am EDT




Evander Holyfield is old -47 to be exact - but that doesn't mean he's going to - prevent further brain damage - retire anytime soon.

Following his 8th-round TKO defeat of fellow senior citizen Frans Botha, 41, this past Saturday night, it appears that Holyfield may never step out of the ring - willingly at least.

Holyfield - the only four-time heavyweight champion in boxing history...

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Wednesday July 9, 2008 06:55 pm EDT




It's sad to even think that former heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield stood a chance of going to jail because he was behind on child support payments to the mother of one of his children.

But that's what Holyfield faced in Fayette County today before he paid $9,000 in back child support and promised to meet his other obligations — private school tuition, health insurance and paying...

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Thursday July 3, 2008 03:18 pm EDT
The thing with young professional athletes — as ESPN's Rick Reilly notes in today's column — is that too many of them never consider that someday the money spigot is going to be shut off. They'll get old and retire. It's just a law of nature. How else do you explain Evander Holyfield building a palace in Fayette County that requires $1 million a year (in 1997 dollars) just for... | more...

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Saturday June 7, 2008 06:26 pm EDT

It seems the "prosperity gospel" didn't perform as advertised for former heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield.

The Associated Press reported Thursday that the Fairburn resident faces foreclosure on his 109-room mansion. Also: "the mother of one of his children is suing for unpaid child support, and a Utah consulting company has gone to court claiming the boxer failed to pay back more than a...

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Wednesday March 14, 2007 11:41 pm EDT

Uh oh. Evander Holyfield is already changing his story. Now, he says, he did take some type of "hormone medication" for fatigue he attributes to contracting hepatitis A.

Holyfield told the AJC's Jeff Schultz that he thinks he contracted hepatitis A by eating bad shrimp in 1995. He says he took the hormone medication briefly in 2004, but that it didn't work and he stopped taking it....

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Monday March 12, 2007 10:21 pm EDT

In the current issue of Sports Illustrated, there's a very unsettling look into the investigation of an online steroid-distribution network that has implicated several pro athletes, including Evander Holyfield and John Rocker.

In Holyfield's case, a patient named "Evan Fields" received steroids from a clinic in Columbus. On the patient file was a sticky note with a phone number. When the...

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