First Slice 12/30/15: Bike registration in Decatur, flooding everywhere

Plus, the Washington Post looks at poverty in Georgia

??"Got a new bike for Christmas? Register it with the Decatur Police Department." Registration is today from 3-6 p.m. 
?AHHH. Rain. Stop. Everything's flooding. The Mississippi is bursting at the seams. Traffic is terrible. 
?The Washington Post looks at poverty in the South with a focus on a Forest Park, Ga., family.
ArtsATL is wrapping up the year with some recaps of the local literary and dance scenes.
?NYE is tomorrow. To Peach Drop or not to Peach Drop?
?ICYMI: Ellsworth Kelly, the minimalist painter art critic Jerry Saltz refers to as the "American Matisse," died this week at 92. Saltz penned a heartfelt tribute to the artist at New York magazine: "Even when Kelly’s work can seem repetitious, you can feel it extending your ideas of how shape, space, color, and place interact with and alter one another in real time, affecting perception, stopping you in your tracks at how much imaginative grandeur something this simple can contain. ... He gives permission to just love color, prettiness, the miracle of chromatic intensities."

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