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A day in Atlanta for art lovers

A day in Atlanta for art lovers

Nadia Pressley

September 28, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Atlanta

When you think of Atlanta, the Braves and the Falcons, Coca-Cola and the Georgia Aquarium come to mind. The true gem of this state capital, however, is its growing and ever-changing art scene. The bustling town is located just over an hour north of Macon, perfect for a day trip with friends. Deem...

Bears drop to 0-2 on the season with loss to Georgia Tech

Bears drop to 0-2 on the season with loss to Georgia Tech

Justin Baxley, Sports Editor

September 10, 2016


Filed under Football

  Mercer’s trip up Interstate 75 did not end in a victory as it dropped its outing against in-state opponent the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 35-10. The Bears fall to 0-2 on the season while Georgia Tech remains undefeated. For a short time in the first quarter the Bears held a touchdown...

Atlanta orchestra suffers lockout: Foreshadowing for future of classical music?

Atlanta orchestra suffers lockout: Foreshadowing for future of classical music?

Trevor Young

October 2, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

BREAKING: (Update Sept. 28) The Board of Directors of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra announced that president and CEO Stanley Romanstein has resigned from his position. Romanstein said in a statement, “I believe that my continued leadership of the A.S.O. would be an impediment to our reaching a new...

Here there be Little Dragon

Here there be Little Dragon

Stephen Kearse

February 9, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The Masquerade is not my favorite venue. The bathrooms look like replicas of the bathrooms at Auschwitz, the bouncers are all middle-aged men with ponytails (isn’t that illegal?) and the crowd, no matter who is performing — be it hip-hop legend Pharoahe Monche or avant garde country artist Joe Nathan Tailor Swift (I made him up for the sake of this argument) —...

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