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Atlanta Festivals 2007

Our Atlanta Festival recap for 2007

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Atlanta is blessed with an amazing array of festivals and fairs that happen all year round. Below is our coverage of the big Festivals in Atlanta in 2007.

If you are looking for things to do this weekend, today or tomorrow. See our handy guide to the 5 things to do in Atlanta today. We've got critics and reader recommendations for live music, food and wine events, sports, free or those for the family. For a list of neighborhood centric-events or our page of Things to Do in ATL.

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In Ungodly: A True Tale of Unprecedented Evil, AJC investigative reporter BILL OSINSKI chronicles the story of Dwight York and his religious cult, the Nuwaubians, and how York used the group to carry out what many consider the nation's largest child-molestation conviction. York started his work in New York and ultimately landed in Georgia's Putnam County. This weekend Osinski makes the first in a series of local appearances throughout June and July. Free. 2-4 p.m. Saturday: Barnes & Noble Buckhead, 2900 Peachtree Road, Suite 310. 404-261-3968. Sunday: Barnes & Noble Edgewood, 1217 Caroline St. 404-522-0215. www.bn.com. (David Lee Simmons)

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Since AthFest is on the way, and his band, the internationally known Drive-By Truckers, closes out the event Sunday night, CL asked Hood to be an informal tour guide for the horde of hungry (and thirsty) Atlantans planning to drive over to the annual music-and-arts festival.

He certainly knows the road between the two cities. The Alabama native almost made Atlanta his home back in '94. "I was driving back and forth from Alabama, hunting for a job in Atlanta," he recalls. "But a job came open in Athens. I thought, 'Well that's close enough.' And here I am, still."

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For record geeks visiting Athens, Hood suggests the selection at Wuxtry (197 E. Clayton St.), a cramped-but-bustling mecca for music collectors. "Upstairs there's a lot of cool old vinyl, and you can find stuff really cheap." Even farther down Clayton Street, just a block past the former location of the High Hat where Hood once worked as a soundman, stands Schoolkids Records (264 E. Clayton St.). "I have to go in there and force myself not to gawk at Ross Shapiro," he says, referring to the frontman of much-lauded Athens band the Glands. "Their second record is one of my all-time favorites – definitely desert-island stuff."

Record hunting can make a man hungry, so where to? "The Grit (199 Prince Ave.) is the definitive Athens restaurant," Hood says without hesitation. "Three-fourths or more of the people who work there are in a band or the art scene, and it's within walking distance of the main stage so you can keep the same parking place. It's vegetarian, but even carnivores like me love it."

And don't forget the drinks. "The Manhattan (337 N. Hull St.) and Flicker (263 W. Washington St.) are good drinkin' holes," he says from experience. "And Flicker has music going for AthFest, too. Really, there's a band in about every corner of every place during AthFest and that's part of the charm."

The Drive-By Truckers will have a bunch of new songs ready when they hit the main stage 7 p.m. Sunday. "We'll be going into the studio the next day to work on our new record, so we're gonna be ready to rock," he promises, adding that legendary Southern soul songwriter Spooner Oldham may be sitting in with the band on keyboards.

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Since AthFest is on the way, and his band, the internationally known Drive-By Truckers, closes out the event Sunday night, CL asked Hood to be an informal tour guide for the horde of hungry (and thirsty) Atlantans planning to drive over to the annual music-and-arts festival.

He certainly knows the road between the two cities. The Alabama native almost made Atlanta his home back in '94. "I was driving back and forth from Alabama, hunting for a job in Atlanta," he recalls. "But a job came open in Athens. I thought, 'Well that's close enough.' And here I am, still."

"Athens is only 50 miles away, but the 'getting here' from Atlanta can be such a pain in the ass," he says. "Ga. 316 is a nightmare. Some times of the day, you're almost better off just coming up Ga. 78 and goin' through Stone Mountain. But don't speed, because it's all speed traps."

To fully enjoy the fest, Hood recommends fans buy a $15 wristband. The outdoor stage entertainment is free, but more than 75 percent of the scheduled music happens in the clubs after the main stage shuts down. "You can park your car and just wander around from place to place, and that's the beauty of Athens. If you don't like what's playing one place, you might like the next place."

Visitors can walk the same streets the fledgling Hood once trod, as he looked for gigs. "When I got here, my first gigs were the bottom of the bottom" he says. "I even played this big, cavernous pizza place where I think the Winery is now (429 E. Broad St.). And I'd be doing, like, 'Nine Bullets' and you'd hear 'No. 43, pepperoni and extra cheese.'"

"When I moved here, Jack Logan (Flicker, Friday, 10:30 p.m.) had just put out Bulk, and it just blew my mind. Producer, musician David Barbe (Flicker, Friday, 11:30 p.m.) was in Sugar then, and I started realizing that his name was on half the local records I'd get." Barbe and Hood recently collaborated on the upcoming album for soul legend Bettye LaVette.

Hood also recently worked in the studio with Don Chambers and GOAT (Flicker, Friday, 12:30 a.m.), co-producing their new record. "Don's got some really good new songs and a kick-ass band. Bo Bedingfield came from nowhere. I just flipped over his record."

He adds that the Truckers are playing the main stage, which is located just outside the front door of the 40 Watt (285 W. Washington St.). Hood used to be in charge of monitors there, and his band shot a live concert DVD there. For clubs, Hood recommends staying on the hip Washington Street side of town including the Georgia Theatre (215 N. Lumpkin St.). "And just out the street from the Theatre," he smiles, "are record stores."

For record geeks visiting Athens, Hood suggests the selection at Wuxtry (197 E. Clayton St.), a cramped-but-bustling mecca for music collectors. "Upstairs there's a lot of cool old vinyl, and you can find stuff really cheap." Even farther down Clayton Street, just a block past the former location of the High Hat where Hood once worked as a soundman, stands Schoolkids Records (264 E. Clayton St.). "I have to go in there and force myself not to gawk at Ross Shapiro," he says, referring to the frontman of much-lauded Athens band the Glands. "Their second record is one of my all-time favorites – definitely desert-island stuff."

Record hunting can make a man hungry, so where to? "The Grit (199 Prince Ave.) is the definitive Athens restaurant," Hood says without hesitation. "Three-fourths or more of the people who work there are in a band or the art scene, and it's within walking distance of the main stage so you can keep the same parking place. It's vegetarian, but even carnivores like me love it."

And don't forget the drinks. "The Manhattan (337 N. Hull St.) and Flicker (263 W. Washington St.) are good drinkin' holes," he says from experience. "And Flicker has music going for AthFest, too. Really, there's a band in about every corner of every place during AthFest and that's part of the charm."

The Drive-By Truckers will have a bunch of new songs ready when they hit the main stage 7 p.m. Sunday. "We'll be going into the studio the next day to work on our new record, so we're gonna be ready to rock," he promises, adding that legendary Southern soul songwriter Spooner Oldham may be sitting in with the band on keyboards.

Be careful heading back to Atlanta after the Truckers close AthFest, Hood warns. "Get a cheap motel so you don't have to drive back to Atlanta drunk on 316. Someday, hopefully we'll have a rail system to connect the two towns. Man, that'd be great. Get on the train, get off in downtown Athens, hang out for a weekend, then get home in time to go back to work."    Danny Clinch Athfest HOME ON THE RANGE: Patterson Hood of Drive-By Truckers and the Whigs headline AthFest.  0,0,10  Atlanta Festivals 2007  "Athfest"  13024766 1267875                          AthFest: Patterson's 'hood "
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In Piedmont Park's pool house, Leslie Jordan, Lady Chablis and Charlie Brown host screenings of Sordid Lives and Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil at 6 p.m., and the YouthPride Prom invites those under 24 to get down at 8 p.m.

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The solo, transsexual spoken-word artist Athens Boys Choir delivers his nontraditional "performance poetry" at 1:15 p.m.

Swimwear from Blue Motion Squared, "The Apprentice" star Carey Sherrell's clothing line, hits the runway at 6:15 p.m.

The all-female, all-rockin' band Antigone Rising performs at 9:35 p.m.

SUNDAY

The Pride Parade kicks off at 1 p.m. at the Civic Center MARTA Station and travels down Peachtree and 10th streets and Piedmont Avenue.

Afternoon speakers and performers include Rep. John Lewis at 3 p.m. and singer Levi Kreis at 5:15 p.m.

Eighties teen-pop sensation and nouvelle-gay icon Deborah Gibson performs at 6:10 p.m.

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Since its inception in 1992, the Los Angeles-based Pan African Film Festival has been way ahead of the Afri-chic curve. Dedicated to making the continent a part of the global black consciousness, the festival addresses the totality of black experience including America, Europe, the Caribbean, the South Pacific and Australia.

Beginning in 1998, the PAFF has organized a film series during the National Black Arts Festival. Along with its international array of films, this year's PAFF (July 23-29) also includes Rewind, a retrospective of classic African-American cinema featuring Julie Dash's Daughters of the Dust, and Charles Burnett's To Sleep With Anger and Killer of Sheep.

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Rwanda Rising 3 stars (Sunday, July 29, 5 p.m., Rich Theatre), with Q&A featuring Andrew Young

An appropriate reflection of this year's PAFF theme of "Healing, Reconciliation and Resolution," this documentary set in postgenocide Rwanda is the kind of programming that could certainly make for long postscreening debate. Almost as surreal as the notion of a 1994 genocide so vast that entire families were wiped out in the blink of an eye is the astounding aftermath documented in Rwanda Rising. Made by the Atlanta-based team of CB Hackworth and former U.N. Ambassador and Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young – who produced and co-wrote the film and appears on camera throughout – the film centers on the seemingly miraculous recovery of the country a decade later and the capacity of its people to forgive even the most horrific crimes. Though the broadcast-TV production values are stodgy and the documentary can often have the boosterish feel of a Rwandan tourism-board ad, there is also plenty to recommend in this film about the country's psychological and economic healing. The implicit point is well-made that we tend to ignore and then fetishize the most horrific dimensions of the genocide and fail to recognize the humanity of its victims and their inspiring capacity to remake the world in a new way. – Felicia Feaster

A Sunday in Kigali 2 stars (Sunday, July 29, 2 p.m., Hill Auditorium)

Director Robert Favreau's overheated drama is an entirely different take on the Rwandan genocide. Often gratuitously visualizing the violence that overtook the country, A Sunday in Kigali tells the conventionalized story of an older Canadian journalist (Luc Picard) who falls in love with a stunning Tutsi hotel waitress (Fatou N'Diaye) on the eve of the genocide. The film is often a good illustration of why dwelling on this real-life nightmare, especially as a backdrop for a star-crossed love story, may not be the most dignified approach. Perhaps most disturbing is how the film takes on the character of a horror film as audiences will undoubtedly inwardly scream at Picard as he drags his feet about getting out of Rwanda. – Feaster

Salud! 3 stars (Friday, July 27, 7:50 p.m., Rich Theatre)

If you've seen the medical documentary Sicko, you may question Michael Moore's adulatory portrait of the Cuban health-care system. Salud!, with its white-coated Cuban "family doctors" making house calls, offers a second opinion that's even more positive and persuasive than Sicko's. Connie Field explores not only how Cuba built up a world-class public health system on a Third World budget, but also how it sets an example for other developing countries such as the Gambia and Honduras. Diplomatic experts such as Jimmy Carter acknowledge that Cuba's globe-trotting physicians provide international public-relations value as well as humanitarian relief. Mostly Salud! only touches on politics by exploring the solidarity the Cuban doctors feel for other poverty-stricken populations, and their stories of penniless rural patients could reduce a stone to a blubbering wreck. Salud! includes some intriguing infighting between the Cuban doctors and the native medical professions of some of the countries they visit. Mostly the film gives Cuba's health-care system such a sunny diagnosis that, to switch metaphors, you wish Field played devil's advocate a little more often. – Curt Holman

Zaïna: Rider of the Atlas 3 stars (Saturday, July 28, 1:35 p.m., Rich Theatre)

"Once upon a time," 11-year-old Zaïna (Aziza Nadir) flees her powerful, wicked stepfather (Simon Abkarian) across the North African desert with the father (Sami Bouajila of Indigenes) she didn't know she had. In this Moroccan/French/German co-production, director Bourlem Guerdjou presents an archetypal folktale of universal appeal, set among nomadic horsemen en route to a famous race. Guerdjou crafts lovely shots of the inhospitable scenery worthy of a small-scale Lawrence of Arabia, and it's welcome to see cinematic swordplay between combatants who are not indestructible pirates or martial artists. It takes awhile for the actors to warm up, but Nadir and Bouajila share some moments of lovely father-daughter bonding, inspired by the characters' love of horses. The final horse race proves impossible to resist, even though the Rocky-like stand-up-and-cheer aspects don't seem to square with this strict Muslim society's unequal treatment of the sexes. Overall, Western audiences may appreciate Zaïna's apolitical, family-friendly portrait of an easily demonized Islamic culture. – Holman"
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An appropriate reflection of this year's PAFF theme of "Healing, Reconciliation and Resolution," this documentary set in postgenocide Rwanda is the kind of programming that could certainly make for long postscreening debate. Almost as surreal as the notion of a 1994 genocide so vast that entire families were wiped out in the blink of an eye is the astounding aftermath documented in ''Rwanda Rising''. Made by the Atlanta-based team of CB Hackworth and former U.N. Ambassador and Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young – who produced and co-wrote the film and appears on camera throughout – the film centers on the seemingly miraculous recovery of the country a decade later and the capacity of its people to forgive even the most horrific crimes. Though the broadcast-TV production values are stodgy and the documentary can often have the boosterish feel of a Rwandan tourism-board ad, there is also plenty to recommend in this film about the country's psychological and economic healing. The implicit point is well-made that we tend to ignore and then fetishize the most horrific dimensions of the genocide and fail to recognize the humanity of its victims and their inspiring capacity to remake the world in a new way. – ''Felicia Feaster''

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A Sunday in Kigali 2 stars (Sunday, July 29, 2 p.m., Hill Auditorium)

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Salud! 3 stars (Friday, July 27, 7:50 p.m., Rich Theatre)

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So why shouldn't the hip-hop kids have one, too?

"I was attending all these film festivals, and I was like, 'Let's bring one to Atlanta,'" says Shameka Gumbs, a local actress who created the Atlanta HipHop Film Festival. Originally, her goal was to honor hip-hop stars who have transitioned into acting. But that changed when she began receiving entries for largely unsung films such as 2006's It's Bigger than Hip-Hop, a documentary about dead prez; and Byron Hurt's controversial meditation on misogyny and violence in hip-hop, Beyond Beats and Rhymes, which was eventually picked up by PBS' "Independent Lens" series.

This year will include panel discussions; a house party at an undisclosed location Friday, Aug. 24; and a red-carpet awards ceremony Sunday, Aug. 26, among other auxiliary events. But the primary attraction will be the movies. "Right now, the main thing is focusing on these independent filmmakers who understand the true form of hip-hop," Gumbs says.

This year, the schedule includes handheld video efforts (Cliff Mack and Reggie Oliver's DJ Screw: The Untold Story); straight-to-DVD features (Corey Grant's Studio); and ambitious documentaries (Peter Spirer's The Notorious BIG: Bigger Than Life). Many of the entries, which were selected from a pool of 80 applicants, deal with issues only fans may understand. For example, Rich Seng's Rhyme Spitters 2 chronicles the second annual Rhyme Spitters tournament at Wicker Park in Chicago, where an astounding 161 MCs battled freestyle for a $2,000 cash prize.

Despite its potentially arcane subject matter, Rhyme Spitters 2 proves to be much more entertaining and well-made than, say, Opio Sokoni's Turn Off Channel Zero. A documentary critical of negative black images, it's noteworthy for Professor Griff's comments on Flavor Flav's "Flavor of Love" – the first time someone from Public Enemy has called out one of the worst reality TV shows in history. Unfortunately, Turn Off Channel Zero rambles from scene to scene, and never builds into a coherent narrative.

The 40 films shown at the film festival vary widely in quality and themes, from movies with lots of stars to explorations of international hip-hop cultures. "A lot of the kids who only know about mainstream hip-hop will get to see a different side," Gumbs says.

Here are a few highlights from the third annual Atlanta HipHop Film Festival, which takes place Aug. 24-26 at the Westin Atlanta Airport hotel.

Counting Headz: South Afrika's Sistaz in Hip-Hop (noon, Friday, Aug. 24) *****

Counting Headz refers to a B-girl who attends a rap concert or event and immediately tries to see if there are any other women in the room. It's a feeling of alienation shared among female rap enthusiasts around the world. Through interviews with several female MCs, DJs and graffiti writers, directors Vusi Magubane and Erin Offer hope to demonstrate that a strong, vibrant community of female participants exists in South Africa. However, it doesn't give context about South Africa's music scene in general, leaving one to wonder how these women fit in.

Cuban HipHop: Desde el Principio (12:54 p.m., Friday, Aug. 24) **** 

Cuban hip-hop culture has been heavily documented in the U.S. media, thanks to sympathetic journalists such as Cristina Veran. Artists such as the Roots, dead prez, Mos Def, Talib Kweli and Common have traveled to perform there. And Cuban artists such as Obsesión, Doble Filo and Orishas have toured this country. Nevertheless, Cuban rappers still face considerable hurdles such as poverty, racism and censorship by the Castro regime. This excellent documentary by Vanessa and Larissa Díaz illustrates the culture's inspiring development in spite of considerable odds.

Wu: The Story of the Wu-Tang Clan (8:36 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 25) ** 

Have you ever been to a concert and seen someone on the side of the stage, videotaping the action for the band? Gerald Barclay, a childhood friend of the Wu-Tang Clan, is one of those guys. On Wu he compiles 13 years of footage and key interviews into a haphazard documentary – hanging out at a studio with the band in 1993, several months before the release of its classic Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), and performances from its 1997 tour for Wu-Tang Forever. Although Wu is something of a mess, it has some poignant moments, particularly when Barclay documents the decline and fall of the late Ol' Dirty Bastard.

Ministry vs. Industry (12:07 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 26) *** 

The title of this documentary suggests a close, critical look at the cloistered world of Christian hip-hop – or gospel rap, if you will. As a self-proclaimed Christian B-girl, Shekinah Apedo makes a film far more nuanced than that. While a few people, namely Kanye "Jesus Walks" West and Jay-Z (who sometimes calls himself "Jay Hova"), receive due criticism, Apedo mostly tries to interview dozens of young artists balancing their love of hip-hop and God. Ministry vs. Industry has way too many talking heads, but Apedo's enthusiasm for the culture is infectious."
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So why shouldn't the hip-hop kids have one, too?

"I was attending all these film festivals, and I was like, 'Let's bring one to Atlanta,'" says Shameka Gumbs, a local actress who created the Atlanta HipHop Film Festival. Originally, her goal was to honor hip-hop stars who have transitioned into acting. But that changed when she began receiving entries for largely unsung films such as 2006's It's Bigger than Hip-Hop, a documentary about dead prez; and Byron Hurt's controversial meditation on misogyny and violence in hip-hop, Beyond Beats and Rhymes, which was eventually picked up by PBS' "Independent Lens" series.

This year will include panel discussions; a house party at an undisclosed location Friday, Aug. 24; and a red-carpet awards ceremony Sunday, Aug. 26, among other auxiliary events. But the primary attraction will be the movies. "Right now, the main thing is focusing on these independent filmmakers who understand the true form of hip-hop," Gumbs says.

This year, the schedule includes handheld video efforts (Cliff Mack and Reggie Oliver's DJ Screw: The Untold Story); straight-to-DVD features (Corey Grant's Studio); and ambitious documentaries (Peter Spirer's The Notorious BIG: Bigger Than Life). Many of the entries, which were selected from a pool of 80 applicants, deal with issues only fans may understand. For example, Rich Seng's Rhyme Spitters 2 chronicles the second annual Rhyme Spitters tournament at Wicker Park in Chicago, where an astounding 161 MCs battled freestyle for a $2,000 cash prize.

Despite its potentially arcane subject matter, Rhyme Spitters 2 proves to be much more entertaining and well-made than, say, Opio Sokoni's Turn Off Channel Zero. A documentary critical of negative black images, it's noteworthy for Professor Griff's comments on Flavor Flav's "Flavor of Love" – the first time someone from Public Enemy has called out one of the worst reality TV shows in history. Unfortunately, Turn Off Channel Zero rambles from scene to scene, and never builds into a coherent narrative.

The 40 films shown at the film festival vary widely in quality and themes, from movies with lots of stars to explorations of international hip-hop cultures. "A lot of the kids who only know about mainstream hip-hop will get to see a different side," Gumbs says.

Here are a few highlights from the third annual Atlanta HipHop Film Festival, which takes place Aug. 24-26 at the Westin Atlanta Airport hotel.

Counting Headz: South Afrika's Sistaz in Hip-Hop (noon, Friday, Aug. 24) *****

Counting Headz refers to a B-girl who attends a rap concert or event and immediately tries to see if there are any other women in the room. It's a feeling of alienation shared among female rap enthusiasts around the world. Through interviews with several female MCs, DJs and graffiti writers, directors Vusi Magubane and Erin Offer hope to demonstrate that a strong, vibrant community of female participants exists in South Africa. However, it doesn't give context about South Africa's music scene in general, leaving one to wonder how these women fit in.

Cuban HipHop: Desde el Principio (12:54 p.m., Friday, Aug. 24) **** 

Cuban hip-hop culture has been heavily documented in the U.S. media, thanks to sympathetic journalists such as Cristina Veran. Artists such as the Roots, dead prez, Mos Def, Talib Kweli and Common have traveled to perform there. And Cuban artists such as Obsesión, Doble Filo and Orishas have toured this country. Nevertheless, Cuban rappers still face considerable hurdles such as poverty, racism and censorship by the Castro regime. This excellent documentary by Vanessa and Larissa Díaz illustrates the culture's inspiring development in spite of considerable odds.

Wu: The Story of the Wu-Tang Clan (8:36 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 25) ** 

Have you ever been to a concert and seen someone on the side of the stage, videotaping the action for the band? Gerald Barclay, a childhood friend of the Wu-Tang Clan, is one of those guys. On Wu he compiles 13 years of footage and key interviews into a haphazard documentary – hanging out at a studio with the band in 1993, several months before the release of its classic Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), and performances from its 1997 tour for Wu-Tang Forever. Although Wu is something of a mess, it has some poignant moments, particularly when Barclay documents the decline and fall of the late Ol' Dirty Bastard.

Ministry vs. Industry (12:07 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 26) *** 

The title of this documentary suggests a close, critical look at the cloistered world of Christian hip-hop – or gospel rap, if you will. As a self-proclaimed Christian B-girl, Shekinah Apedo makes a film far more nuanced than that. While a few people, namely Kanye "Jesus Walks" West and Jay-Z (who sometimes calls himself "Jay Hova"), receive due criticism, Apedo mostly tries to interview dozens of young artists balancing their love of hip-hop and God. Ministry vs. Industry has way too many talking heads, but Apedo's enthusiasm for the culture is infectious.    Trina Melchert CINEMATIC POINT OF VIEW: Shekinah Apedo, Tampa-based director of the Christian hip-hop doc Ministry vs. Industry  0,0,10    "Atlanta HipHop Film Festival"  13025353 1269165        /mediaserver/atlanta/2015-17/music_feature1-1_16-2.jpg Trina Melchert CINEMATIC POINT OF VIEW: Shekinah Apedo, Tampa-based director of the Christian hip-hop doc Ministry vs. Industry                ATL HipHop Film Fest: Reel hip-hop "
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In other local beer news …

The Creative Loafing Beer Club Bowling Party is tonight (Thursday) at 300 Atlanta. The first game is free and Heineken mini-kegs will be featured at a special price. Not yet a member? Register now!

The Spotted Dog in Midtown now has Wells Bombardier Premium Bitter on tap. This is the only place it is available in Georgia. Charles Wells Brewery and Pub Company operates over 200 pubs in England and is the largest independently-owned, family-operated brewery in the U.K. The Bombardier is a classic English bitter with a tangy hop flavor and rich malts. The 4.2 percent ABV makes it excellent for knocking back a few pints.

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  string(3444) "The smog alert has fallen below orange, and jeans and hoodies cover summer's bare shoulders, legs and midriffs. Outdoor activities can keep urban adventure seekers feeling sexy even after the tan starts to fade. If your idea of getting your groove on includes food, music, art and plenty of alcohol, Atlanta offers plenty of festivals to keep experienced relaxation athletes off the couch.

September starts with the 39th annual YELLOW DAISY FESTIVAL, Sept. 6-9, at Stone Mountain Park (U.S. Highway 78, Stone Mountain; 770-498-5690; www.stonemountainpark.com/yellowdaisy). The premier art fest of the season features more than 400 artists from 38 states and two countries, live entertainment and more. Find the perfect conversation piece for the next dinner party while strolling through the park.

The sometimes-trendy, sometimes-sleepy, sometimes-gentrifying East Atlanta neighborhood hosts its 10th annual EAST ATLANTA STRUT Sept. 15 (Brownwood Park; www.eastatlantastrut.org). The festival features a 5K run/walk (or "strut") with prizes for the fastest man, woman and child. More action comes from live music (including Moresight and Tag Team), a kids' area, artist market, silent auction and more. Get off your bar stool and strut, don't saunter, down to Brownwood Park for the parade, which features locally made floats. There's even an award ceremony for the best float in more than 10 categories.

After you've run your tail off, the 10th annual ATLANTIS MUSIC CONFERENCE, Sept. 19-22, (www.atlantismusic.com) unites scenesters and indie bands in focusing on the business end of music. Support local music by heading to Midtown to the CW complex (1374 W. Peachtree St.; 404-885-1365) to watch them as the scenesters and the leather-arm-band-wearing, Stratocaster-playing indie bands try to catch a break.

Pace yourself. Before heading off to Atlantis' final evening, boogie down to Kenny's Alley (50 Upper Alabama St.; 404-523-2311; www.underground-atlanta.com) for September, I mean OKTOBERFEST, Sept. 22-23. From noon to 7 p.m. guzzle ale and listen to live music right in the heart of downtown. Stumble, shimmy and shake among other lager lovers, all while trying to convince the cutie next to you you're not slurring but practicing German. Gesundheit! Take a cab (put the number in your phone before you go) back to the CW and keep the party going.

If hippies don't make you feel the love, and flashbacks make you wary of camping festivals, head to Apple Valley Road for the fourth annual BROOKHAVEN ARTS FESTIVAL (404-266-3426; www.brookhavenartsalliance.com) Oct. 13-14. More than 100 artists, including Brookhaven's Lucinda Carlstrom, winner of last year's festival, showcase their work. The festival includes live music and more.

There's one festival that's totally worth the drive. Save some of that party energy/regenerative liver tissue for the "other" OKTOBERFEST (Edelweiss Drive, Helen; 706-878-1619; www.helenchamber.com/oktoberfest.htm). Yes. This year the festival lasts almost two months, Sept. 13-Nov. 4. Since you've been busy hobnobbing, put it aside until the end of the month, and remember: Sundays are free! Beer, German food, dance, music and exhibits make this festival a classic.

You have plenty of reasons to stay off the couch, and it's not even Thanksgiving yet. So get up, get out and stay active. The leaves fall, the wind chills and the city's hopping.

 

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You might want to start by heading straight to the center first, where tiny Carlaken Distributing is parked at the entrance to the new MARTA Plaza. They will be serving up some nice treats, including the limited release Breckenridge 471 Double IPA and the highly-regarded and very expensive Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales. Might as well get your money’s worth. They also will have the hard to find Gaffel Kolsch and Abbaye D’Aulne ales from Belgium.

Savannah Distributing, which is responsible for most of the top-notch American micro-brews available in Georgia, as well as a goodly number of Belgian imports, will be on the west side of the square around the stage area, which where you should probably spend most of your time. It will undoubtedly be crowded, but at least there will always be a good beer within reach. A few of the Belgians selections offered by Savannah are unusual in Atlanta, so seek those out first, including St. Feuillien, Witkap, and Leifmans Goudenbond. And while you are there, you might as well have a taste of St. Bernardus. American craft breweries represented by Savannah Distributing include Highland, Avery, Heavy Seas, Dogfish Head, Oskar Blues, North Coast, Great Divide, and Left Hand, all of which will have their own tables at the festival.

Savannah will also be serving up early tastes of Allagash Brewing Company’s Belgian style creations that I profiled last week. I’m not sure what style or styles will be featured, but Allagash is having a roll-out party at the 5th Earl Market in Decatur on Sunday, Oct. 28 from 3–7 if you don’t get enough at the beer festival.

Working the square clockwise from the Savannah Distributing corner, you’ll find Georgia Crown Distributing’s tents off the southeast corner of the old courthouse and along E. Court Square across from the Brick Store. There are some great choices among their well-selected list, including the exceptional line of Belgian styles from Canada’s Unibroue, and the top-notch German imports from Weihenstephan. Domestic craft beers include the dependable Brooklyn, Harpoon and Flying Dog lines. English styles will be represented by Wells & Young’s Brewing Company, Ltd., a recent merger of two venerable British breweries. Wells Bombardier, an authentic English bitter, has recently been introduced to Atlanta and is currently on tap at the Brick Store Pub and The Spotted Dog in Midtown.

If you are still standing by this point, and able to distinguish which way is clockwise, you’ll be stumbling toward the United Distributors and General Distributing tents in the new plaza. This is perfect because you can join the partiers guzzling familiar imports like Bass, Guinness, Warsteiner, and Negro Modelo, as well as Georgia’s “homebrews,” Sweetwater, Red Brick, and Terrapin. Sweetwater always seems to be the last table to run dry, despite providing generous pours all day. Needless to say, a raucous atmosphere pervades the area by dusk.

Finally, Eagle Rock Distributing has the spot next to the Sycamore Street entrance if you are leaving that way, but has little to recommend stopping, consisting mostly of Anheuser-Busch’s hijacked craft brands like Red Hook, Widmer, and Stone Mill. Just keep moving.

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After that, I managed to get to some of the offerings by Georgia Crown Distributing, like Brooklyn and Unibroue, before the beer started running out. No matter. I enjoyed several amazing brews, some of which cost $10 to $15 for a 750-ml bottle at the store, then capped it all off with an Oskar Blues Ten Fidy imperial stout at the Brick Store Pub. The perfect ending to a near perfect day. 

Best of the Fest: Perhaps it is hops fatigue from all the double IPAs I have had lately, but malt-forward beers dominate my picks:

He’Brew Jewbelation 11 : “This one goes to 11.” Dark fruit, amazing aroma, complex, balanced. More complex than can be appreciated at a beer festival. Get it.

Avery Anniversary Ale 14 : Not to go overboard on kitchen-sink anniversary ales (we are reaching a point of ridiculousness here, aren’t we?), but like the Jewbelation. this is a wonderful, malty mess; quite enjoyable.

Liefman’s Goudenbond : Unique, funky malts and yeasts characterize this top-rated Flemish brown ale. Now available at the Brick Store Pub. Go.

Abbaye D’Aulne brune : Amazing malt aroma and flavor that is for all the world like baking brown bread. Spicy hops and clove balance it out. A rare treat.

Heavy Seas Winter Storm : It‘s the Beer Pick of the Week. 

Beer Dinner News

The beer dinner scheduled for Oct. 29 at the 5th Earl Market in Decatur featuring beers from Avery Brewing Company has been cancelled. However, you might want to stop by Sunday 3-7 p.m. for an Allagash Brewing Company kick-off party to launch its introduction to Georgia. The White, Dubbel, Grand Cru, and Four beers will be featured.

If you are still yearning for a beer dinner to attend Monday night, The Glenwood in East Atlanta Village is sponsoring a groaning board of a feast (Oct. 29). This new restaurant and bar has a nice selection of beers in bottles and a few on tap. Their first beer dinner features four main courses of German-style food, an hors d’oeuvres course, and a dessert, all paired with German beers. The food includes rabbit and rye gnocchi with butternut squash, duck schnitzel with scalloped potatoes, and bone-in pork chop encrusted with pretzels and grain mustard. The beers include Schneider & Sons hefeweizen, Ayinger Celebrator dopplebock, three selections from Paulaner, and a Reissdorf kolsch. Tickets are $60 and include gratuity. Call 404-672-6066 to make your reservation.

Less than 10 tickets remain for the Twainapin joint beer dinner between Twain’s and Terrapin Beer Company as of this writing (Thursday, Oct. 25), so get them now before they are gone. The dinner will feature beer selections from both breweries, including a joint cask of honey porter brewed by Jordan Fleetwood from Twain’s and Spike Buckowski of Terrapin. Other special treats are planned as well, including casks of Terrapin Rye Squared Ale and Descent of Man Barrel-Aged Coffee Stout. The menu will include smoked prime rib, spicy boiled peanuts, Sweet Grass Dairy pecan-encrusted goat cheese, and autumn squash soup. Tickets are on sale at the bar at Twain’s for $50.

Other beer news 

• The fourth annual Smyrna Hops & Barley Beer Tasting (who knew?) is Saturday, Nov. 3, from 1-6 p.m. at Smyrna Market Village. Tickets are $25 in advance, $35 at the gate and only 3,000 will be sold. The event benefits the Owen T. Wheeler Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

• Last night the Alpharetta 5 Seasons had a special treat for its regular Thursday night cask tapping. A batch of pumpkin ale was added to an actual giant pumpkin, which served as the firkin for serving the finished beer. The farmer who grew the pumpkin was the honorary tapmaster. Head Brewer Crawford Moran stated unequivocally that this was a stunt, albeit a stupidly fun one. The Great Pumpkin Ale, featuring 80 lbs of roasted organic pumpkin, should be available from a regular tap starting next week, but you better hurry; only one 15-barrel batch was brewed, since pumpkin is a notoriously difficult brewing ingredient that clogs up the brewing equipment. “My normal brewing day is about 9 hours, but this one was about 16 hours,” Crawford said. Don’t let his hard work go to waste.

Talking Head columnist Jeff Holland can be reached at jeff.holland@creativeloafing.com. "
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''Heavy Seas Winter Storm'' : It‘s the [http://atlanta.creativeloafing.com/gyrobase/TavernGuide/Content?oid=oid:329651|Beer Pick of the Week]. 

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The beer dinner scheduled for Oct. 29 at the 5th Earl Market in Decatur featuring beers from Avery Brewing Company has been cancelled. However, you might want to stop by Sunday 3-7 p.m. for an [http://www.allagash.com|Allagash Brewing Company] kick-off party to launch its [http://atlanta.creativeloafing.com/gyrobase/TavernGuide/Content?oid=oid:322690|introduction to Georgia]. The White, Dubbel, Grand Cru, and Four beers will be featured.

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''Talking Head columnist Jeff Holland can be reached at'' [mailto:jeff.holland@creativeloafing.com|jeff.holland@creativeloafing.com]. "
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Best of the Fest: Perhaps it is hops fatigue from all the double IPAs I have had lately, but malt-forward beers dominate my picks:

He’Brew Jewbelation 11 : “This one goes to 11.” Dark fruit, amazing aroma, complex, balanced. More complex than can be appreciated at a beer festival. Get it.

Avery Anniversary Ale 14 : Not to go overboard on kitchen-sink anniversary ales (we are reaching a point of ridiculousness here, aren’t we?), but like the Jewbelation. this is a wonderful, malty mess; quite enjoyable.

Liefman’s Goudenbond : Unique, funky malts and yeasts characterize this top-rated Flemish brown ale. Now available at the Brick Store Pub. Go.

Abbaye D’Aulne brune : Amazing malt aroma and flavor that is for all the world like baking brown bread. Spicy hops and clove balance it out. A rare treat.

Heavy Seas Winter Storm : It‘s the Beer Pick of the Week. 

Beer Dinner News

The beer dinner scheduled for Oct. 29 at the 5th Earl Market in Decatur featuring beers from Avery Brewing Company has been cancelled. However, you might want to stop by Sunday 3-7 p.m. for an Allagash Brewing Company kick-off party to launch its introduction to Georgia. The White, Dubbel, Grand Cru, and Four beers will be featured.

If you are still yearning for a beer dinner to attend Monday night, The Glenwood in East Atlanta Village is sponsoring a groaning board of a feast (Oct. 29). This new restaurant and bar has a nice selection of beers in bottles and a few on tap. Their first beer dinner features four main courses of German-style food, an hors d’oeuvres course, and a dessert, all paired with German beers. The food includes rabbit and rye gnocchi with butternut squash, duck schnitzel with scalloped potatoes, and bone-in pork chop encrusted with pretzels and grain mustard. The beers include Schneider & Sons hefeweizen, Ayinger Celebrator dopplebock, three selections from Paulaner, and a Reissdorf kolsch. Tickets are $60 and include gratuity. Call 404-672-6066 to make your reservation.

Less than 10 tickets remain for the Twainapin joint beer dinner between Twain’s and Terrapin Beer Company as of this writing (Thursday, Oct. 25), so get them now before they are gone. The dinner will feature beer selections from both breweries, including a joint cask of honey porter brewed by Jordan Fleetwood from Twain’s and Spike Buckowski of Terrapin. Other special treats are planned as well, including casks of Terrapin Rye Squared Ale and Descent of Man Barrel-Aged Coffee Stout. The menu will include smoked prime rib, spicy boiled peanuts, Sweet Grass Dairy pecan-encrusted goat cheese, and autumn squash soup. Tickets are on sale at the bar at Twain’s for $50.

Other beer news 

• The fourth annual Smyrna Hops & Barley Beer Tasting (who knew?) is Saturday, Nov. 3, from 1-6 p.m. at Smyrna Market Village. Tickets are $25 in advance, $35 at the gate and only 3,000 will be sold. The event benefits the Owen T. Wheeler Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

• Last night the Alpharetta 5 Seasons had a special treat for its regular Thursday night cask tapping. A batch of pumpkin ale was added to an actual giant pumpkin, which served as the firkin for serving the finished beer. The farmer who grew the pumpkin was the honorary tapmaster. Head Brewer Crawford Moran stated unequivocally that this was a stunt, albeit a stupidly fun one. The Great Pumpkin Ale, featuring 80 lbs of roasted organic pumpkin, should be available from a regular tap starting next week, but you better hurry; only one 15-barrel batch was brewed, since pumpkin is a notoriously difficult brewing ingredient that clogs up the brewing equipment. “My normal brewing day is about 9 hours, but this one was about 16 hours,” Crawford said. Don’t let his hard work go to waste.

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