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  AJR brought their all to McDonough Field on April 13, as they headlined Dooley’s Ball alongside openers Prinze George and duo Matt and Kim. From the live rendition of ...

Though gray skies loomed over the weekend, the 83rd Annual Atlanta Dogwood Festival began on April 12 with overflowing vibrancy. Thousands of patrons flowed into the stalls that lined Piedmont ...

Tina Gordon’s new comedy “Little” humorously begins with Skee-Lo’s hit lyrics: “I wish I was a little bit taller.” The joke is hardly subtle, but it helps set the proper ...

As finals week rears its ugly head, common coping mechanisms, like binge-watching TV shows or playing video games, are running rampant. For procrastinators who direct their attention to the latter, ...

For over six years, casual fans and hardcore gamers have awaited “Borderlands 3” with bated breath. Though Gearbox Software has released spin-off content to ease the lengthy wait for a ...

Stage performances of classic fairy tales should offer fresh, innovative takes on the familiar stories they showcase. “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” at the Fox Theatre checked off all those boxes. ...

When I first walked into The High Museum of Art’s newest exhibit, I expected Picasso, Monet, Manet and Van Gogh. I was surprised to find that the exhibit had so ...

Though a penguin and not a princess, Steve the Adelie penguin proves to be another lovable protagonist in Disney’s collection. Disneynature’s Earth Day documentary “Penguins” follows Steve’s journey into parenthood. ...

Horror novelist extraordinaire Stephen King’s popularity has resurged these last few years following several high-profile movie adaptations of his most famous novels. Andy Muschietti’s “It” and Mike Flanagan’s “Gerald’s Game” ...