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Thursday February 11, 2016 09:39 am EST
image-1 This year there’s no need for the post-Valentine’s Day blues, because love is in the air at Village Theater. Beau Brown, the producer and host of the Valentine’s Day Puckin’ Fuppet show, is ready to have the whole audience rolling and LOLing. Not only will Cupid’s presence be known, but special guest artist and National Puppet Slam alum, Gwen Bonar, will make an appearance. Whether... | more...

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Thursday February 11, 2016 04:00 am EST

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Job: Tattoo artist, Live Free Tattoo
Age: 25
Relationship status: Taken

With a platinum-blond pixie cut, athletic frame, and tattoos covering most of her body, Cori tends to turn heads. The Macon native currently splits her time between inking up ATL as an artist at Grant Park's Live Free Tattoo (where she's worked since the shop opened about four years ago), triathlon...

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Thursday February 11, 2016 04:00 am EST

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Job: Server, Victory Sandwich Bar
Age: 26
Relationship Status: Single

It's likely you'd remember being waited on by Mayson. The spunky 26-year-old server at Victory Sandwich Bar's Inman Park location has flowing brown hair, a petite frame, and piercing brown doe eyes (she's really into eye contact). A wild child at heart, she's no stranger to skinny-dipping on a weekend trip...

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Thursday February 11, 2016 04:00 am EST

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Job: Bartender, King of Pops Bar & Good Grub; and partner, King of Pops Charlotte
Age: 27
Relationship Status: Single

You might have spotted this bespeckled blondie biking around the city, slinging popsicles, or serving up cocktails at Ponce City Market's new King of Pops Bar & Good Grub outpost. Either way, Neil is definitely a dude about town. When he's not working for the...

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Wednesday February 10, 2016 01:46 pm EST

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In 1983, two Native American men working in Oregon as drug counselors were fired and denied unemployment benefits because they had used peyote, a substance common in the rituals of their religion. Their case made headlines, and in 1993, Congress passed federal legislation intended to keep government meddling out of the rituals of religious minority groups.

That legislation, the...

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