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Saturday July 1, 2000 12:04 am EDT
Hole in the Dark satirizes slavery's legacy | more...

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Saturday July 1, 2000 12:04 am EDT
America Noir examines cynicism in postwar era | more...

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Saturday July 1, 2000 12:04 am EDT
Solo show explores human form on the edge of abstraction | more...

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Saturday July 1, 2000 12:04 am EDT
Solo show at Young Blood Gallery combines sensuality and summer heat | more...

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Saturday July 1, 2000 12:04 am EDT
Psycho Beach Party hangs ten at Dad's Garage | more...

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Saturday June 17, 2000 12:04 am EDT



Arts Agenda


Dance

MIYA The India American Cultural Association presents a benefit performance featuring a fusion of dance styles portraying the theme of marriage, directed by Preeti Shah. 14th Street Playhouse, 173 14th St. June 17. 6:30 p.m. $20-50. 404-733-4754.

ATLANTA DANCE FESTIVAL 2000 The Phoenix Dance Project presents repertory and concert style works from professional dance...

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Saturday June 17, 2000 12:04 am EDT
Theatre Gael stages a spooky Sweeney Todd | more...

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Saturday June 17, 2000 12:04 am EDT
Tim Miller explores immigration, marriage in Glory Box | more...

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Saturday June 17, 2000 12:04 am EDT
Radcliffe Bailey installation evokes nostalgia, reverence | more...

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Saturday June 17, 2000 12:04 am EDT
Two different studies of the South at Jackson Fine Art | more...

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Saturday June 17, 2000 12:04 am EDT
Railroad Earth celebrates its unique aesthetic with MultiMedia Festival | more...

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Saturday April 22, 2000 12:04 am EDT
'Wit' is worth the wait | more...

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Saturday April 22, 2000 12:04 am EDT
'Contact Paintings' a riot of color and texture | more...

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Saturday April 22, 2000 12:04 am EDT
Robin Bernat's 'quietude' a layered meditation | more...

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Saturday April 22, 2000 12:04 am EDT
New acquisitions at the High's photo gallery | more...

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Saturday April 22, 2000 12:04 am EDT
Alvin Booth transforms female figure into transcendent images | more...

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Saturday April 22, 2000 12:04 am EDT
Works by more than 35 renowned photographers will be on display at the High Museum of Art Folk Art and Photography Galleries April 22-May 5 in a show titled Contrasts and Connections: Photographs from the High Museum of Art Collection. Alfred Stieglitz, Man Ray, Diane Arbus, Harry Callahan, Walker Evans, Edward Weston and William Eggleston (whose "Halloween, Outskirts of Morton, Miss." is... | more...

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Saturday April 22, 2000 12:04 am EDT
Area man reviews book | more...

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Saturday April 22, 2000 12:04 am EDT
'Ragtime' more relevant than ever | more...

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Saturday April 22, 2000 12:04 am EDT
British novelist Aldous Huxley, who wrote Brave New World, and U.S. dramatist Christopher Isherwood, who wrote Goodbye to Berlin, which later became the basis for the film and musical Cabaret, collaborated on several screenplays under contract while living in Hollywood in the 1930s and '40s. It was a time when many European writers came to America to escape the violence in Europe and ended up... | more...

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Saturday April 22, 2000 12:04 am EDT
When Seamus Heaney's translation of Beowulf narrowly won England's Whitbread Prize last year, edging out Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by one vote, English critics treated it as one of those apocalyptic moments foretelling the doom of high culture. The United States never sees controversies over that sort of thing any more, high culture presumably having died here decades ago.... | more...

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Saturday April 15, 2000 02:34 pm EDT
ART Station stages 'Womenfolks' | more...

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Saturday April 15, 2000 02:34 pm EDT
Ross Bleckner's new works fascinate and repel | more...

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Saturday April 15, 2000 02:34 pm EDT
Choreographer presents experimental 'Antigone's Dream' | more...

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Saturday April 15, 2000 02:34 pm EDT
Video installations highlight of Whitney show | more...

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Saturday April 15, 2000 02:34 pm EDT
Amusing, accessible 'POP!' lacks bite | more...

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Saturday April 15, 2000 02:34 pm EDT
Bindlestiff Family Cirkus brings sideshow acts to Variety | more...

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Saturday April 15, 2000 12:04 am EDT
ART Station stages 'Womenfolks' | more...

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Tuesday November 30, 1999 04:00 am EST

Today’s Air Loaf features CL’s Chanté LaGon and David Lee Simmons chatting about films opening this weekend, including Gonzo: The Life & Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson and Hancock.

Air Loaf is broadcast weekdays on 1690 WMLB-AM at approximately 8:10 a.m., 12:20 p.m. and 6:20 p.m.

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Saturday October 15, 1988 11:36 am EDT
When two middle-class whiteboy staff writers check into the reowned Clermont Hotel on Ponce de Leon Avenue, they check out from reality | more...