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“I ain’t gonna answer that question. Don’t waste my time with that s–t. You should have dealt with that when you ordered.” Those who break the rules at Ann’s Snack ...

An over the top and an extravagantly complex compilation of tales, Theater Emory’s production of Grim, Grimmer, Grimmest: Tales of a Precarious Nature recounts somewhat gruesome and somewhat hilarious fairy ...

I’m the kind of person who dresses up before watching midnight premieres. Example: I disproved the theory that women are not funny by dressing up as the Sith Lord to ...

Fans of 007 old and new are going to be satisfied with this latest installation of the timeless franchise. “Skyfall” strikes a balance between what was wrong with its predecessor, ...

Neil Young’s grip has always been tight on Crazy Horse’s reigns. His new album Psychedelic Pill echoes his past music’s grungy crunch and proves that he still sits firmly in ...

Rating: 3 Stars (out of 5) The Emory Village has needed a lot of things in the last decade: more parking, higher foot traffic to sustain businesses, sidewalks to keep ...

Rape, illegal abortion, the “sin” of homosexuality, teenage suicide and abusive parents are subjects with which we are all unfortunately familiar these days. For some, these words are mere abstractions. ...

From the big blue and yellow Grand Chapiteau tent to the intricate costumes and dazzling lights, no detail is forgotten in Cirque du Soleil’s show TOTEM, which began its run ...

In an interview with the Wheel’s editor-at-large, Stephanie Minor, Anthony Winkler, the renowned Jamaican novelist, screenwriter and author of textbooks discussed his writing, his inspirations and his newest book, God Carlos. ...