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  1. Quick Bites: Cafe Circa reopens and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    Lunch chef Mihoko Obunai has left Southbound, prompting executive chef Ryan Smith to debut a new menu Tuesday at the Chamblee restaurant. After bouncing around a few culinary destinations following RePast's shutter in mid-2010, chef Mihoko Obunai has departed her 10-month-long post at Southbound , as well.

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  2. Atlanta weekend food events Oct. 24-26Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    Wine dinner? Beer tasting? Cooking class? Let us know. Create a CL account and submit your Food and Drink happs here .

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  3. Theo Parrish makes to play the Sound TableRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    Theo Parrish will touch down in Atlanta for his first time this Sat., Oct. 25, following a gig at Output in Brooklyn, New York. It's rare for an artist with such a long and influential reputation in the house and techno scene to play to a room as intimate as the Sound Table, but those familiar with Parrish's contributions to music as a whole know the smoky, groovy sounds that are imminent.

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  4. First Slice 10/24/14: Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic comes to ATLRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    Starting Sunday , Virgin Atlantic will have daily service from Atlanta to London. One of the airline's Boeing 787's landed at Hartsfield-Jackson yesterday evening.

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  5. Bands unite to raise funds for an LGBTQ charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    Atlanta-based nonprofit Lost-n-Found Youth aims to help find displaced and homeless LGBTQ youth more permanent living situations, among other services. They have big fans - some so extreme the organization didn't know about tonight's fundraising event until Creative Loafing emailed them for an interview.

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  6. Krog Tunnel buffed in protest of Masquerade ballRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    In an act of protest last night, artists and residents at odds with the organizer of a new event being held inside the Krog Street Tunnel stripped the iconic underpass of its most well-known feature: its graffiti. Around 9:30 p.m., a handful of protestors began buffing the tunnels walls.

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  7. Weekend Arts Agenda: 'This Darker Life'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    What a time to be a puppet. Specifically the kind of "giant puppetries" that will be included in Ninja Puppet Productions' and W 's This Darker Life , a "performance emersion" running at The Goat Farm , Thurs.-Sun., that is based on five stories.

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  8. Ban the boxRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    Every week, men and women who have served time in prison and paid their debt to society apply for jobs. Many of them, regardless of the need for their skills, are immediately at a disadvantage against other job seekers.

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  9. DeKalb County Commissioner, District 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    Until August, Elaine Boyer was DeKalb County's longest-serving commissioner. She represented cities such as Brookhaven, Chamblee, and Dunwoody for more than two decades as DeKalb County Commissioner, District 1. She was abruptly forced to resign because she was about to be indicted for using taxpayer money for personal expenses.

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  10. Senate, 39th DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    For nearly two decades, state Sen. Vincent Fort, D-Atlanta, has kept a vise grip on the left-leaning seat representing a diverse swath of some of the city's richest and poorest areas. The firebrand lawmaker, who's been a staunch defender of progressive policies such as Medicaid expansion and voting rights and has been a thorn in the side of the business community, only recently began attracting GOP challengers for his seat.

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  11. Clayton MARTA expansion is vital for county, regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    Four years ago, C-Tran, Clayton County's public bus system, shut down because of budget cuts and political cowardice. Since then residents of the county, which has one of the state's highest unemployment rates, have had to find a ride, call a cab, or walk on busy streets.

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  12. Police brutality protest shuts down Downtown ConnectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    A crowd of approximately 40 people temporarily blocked I-75/85's northbound lanes during evening rush hour to show solidarity with other protesters across the country demanding an end to police brutality and mass incarceration. The group met at Woodruff Park around 4 p.m. and later marched to the Downtown Connector near Freedom Parkway.

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  13. Why aren't as many college graduates coming to metro Atlanta anymore?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    Back in the '90s, Atlanta and its suburbs became known as a destination for young men and women looking to start their careers after receiving a four-year college degree. But that reputation, one often touted by officials to this day, has slowly withered away since the turn of the century.

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  14. Meet Alexandra ShippRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    When Drumline hit theaters in December 2002, the Historically Black College and University band tradition was in a much stronger position. The Atlanta Football Classic, the event the film's big showdown is modeled after, was one of this city's and nation's most well-attended events, thanks in large part to the popularity of Florida A&M's famed Marching 100 band.

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  15. First Slice 10/22/14: Judge declares mistrial in DeKalb CEO Burrell Ellis corruption caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    After nearly two weeks of jury deliberations, a judge yesterday declared a mistrial in the DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis corruption case. The jury came close to finding him guilty on some charges, but the trial ended in a deadlock at 11-1.

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  16. Atlanta Hawks CEO 'Stevie K' fo shizzles his way into our heartsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    Talk about doubling down on the race card, Steve Koonin takes his last name quite literally in this latest Atlanta Hawks ad with T.I. This is so 2014 it's hard to know where to begin. Perhaps no moment better encapsulates the point of absurdity we've reached in American race relations than a two-minute appeal to Black Atlanta that manages to pander and patronize.

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  17. Notes from the Atlanta Ramen FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    Clockwise from upper left: bowls of ramen from Chai Pani, Mibo Ramen, the Lawrence, Makan, St. Cecilia, Kimball House, Victory Sandwich Bar, and Alma Cocina Pumpkins aren't the only fall food group that inspires festivals . Call me crazy, but when October hits, my thoughts turn not to pumpkin spice lattes, but to warm bowls of ramen.

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  18. Officials scramble to house homeless women and children after service network collapseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    OPEN DOORS: City of Refuge next month will reopen Springdale Place, a 150-bed shelter that closed due to budget cuts, to help homeless women and children like Shanay and her daughter Flowers. In the final months of 2013, Atlanta's homelessness service network was thrown into disarray.

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  19. King reigns in Atlanta this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    It's not easy describing the music of King. The L.A.-based soul vocal crew - consisting of twin sisters Paris and Amber Strother, and "musical compadre" Anita Bias - is responsible for a sound that's lush and multilayered, yet sparse and minimal.

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  20. Similar Phantoms: Small Reactions ain't afraid of no ghostsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    Well-oiled music machine Small Reactions , featuring longtime pals Scotty Hoffman , Sean Zearfoss , Sam Jacobsen , and Clinton Callahan , celebrates the release of its first full-length at the Earl tonight . The aptly named Similar Phantoms is a culmination of years of experience and a dueling representation of Small Reaction's nerve pop and krautrock roots that manages to feel both contemporary and transcendent at the same time.

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