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Welcomes summer with zines

Plasma Magazine thrives on the summer heat with zines on July 14

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Photo credit: Courtesy of Plasma Magazine
SUMMER DAZE: Plasma Magazine goes all out for their zine release party.

Summer provides good tunes, driving with the windows down, guilt free procrastination, living life in the great outdoors, and supporting funky and wonderful art. On Saturday, Plasma Magazine invites guests to celebrate both summer and art at the Ultimate Summer Party. The guys at Moon Lake Manor are whopping out brand new summer zines. With free beer for the first hour — ummm... hell yes — DJs spinning sets on the manor rooftop, an art gallery hung from the trees, and a beer pong tournament, covering all the festive necessities. Plasma Magazine, an online magazine that covers Atlanta’s vibrant D.I.Y culture and its burgeoning creatives, fills the niche by reporting on lesser-known luminaries. Grab the Hawaiian shirt and slip on your sandals, cause the summer vibes are rolling all day long.
Free.1-7 p.m. Sat., July 14. The Bakery, 825 Warner St. S.W. http://plasmamag.com/.




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