Arts & Living

  • Athen’s Georgia Country Shoegazers, The Pink Stones

    Floating through the air of Athens, Georgia, there is a sound as old as time. The classic singer-songwriter style that has always pulsed through the trends of modern music thrives in Athens. It puts the [...]
  • Your Muslim friends are skipping lunch

    Religious fasting is a millennia-old institution that overcomes culture, age, and continent. To deprive one’s body of earthly pleasures and, to some extent, physical needs, has been an essential theme in faith that even the [...]
  • Atlanta rapper Drip gives the details of his flexing

    With the successes of major, Atlanta hip-hop artists such as OutKast, Future and Young Thug among others, Atlanta is undeniably ruling the music scene, in both the mainstream and the underground. But while Atlanta has [...]
  • Perfect that sexy hot tub rash this summer!

    According to Hollywood, there are few things more sexy and satisfying than the soothing, bubbly warmth of a hot tub. Considering hot tubs’ hefty price tags, they feel inherently luxurious. Some claim that hydrotherapy from [...]
  • Most anticipated concerts: the sounds of summer

    With summertime in full swing and school out of session, it is the prime time to attend a concert you have been dying to see. The announcement of your favorite singer releasing an album is [...]
  • Shoutout to all the Pairs

    Sneakers have been a fascination of popular culture for decades, from the enigmatic Adidas Superstar and the Louis Vuitton x Kanye West Don, the humble Chuck Taylor to the infamous Rick Owen’s Runner. Many debate [...]
  • A day at Skyline Park: the carnival above Ponce City Market

    Step right up, step right up and see the amazing Skyline Park. Whether you are an Atlanta native or just passing through the city looking for something to do, you may be surprised to know [...]
  • Love thy wife- and her boyfriend

    It’s happened to the most loyal and dedicated of us. You love your partner from the absolute bottom of your heart. You would give them your kidney- you would give them both of your kidneys, [...]
  • Smothered, covered and trashed?

    Waffle House made headlines back in April with the news that it would sell beer at Suntrust Park. This would be a new, second location at the Cobb home of the Braves. There was an [...]
  • Meet Yukons: The Atlanta band for Latinx expression

    Yukons is a little engine making a lot of noise. They carry a big sound and a big message representing the Latin American community through their music. Yukons is Latinx Expression, carrying a garage/punk rock [...]
  • Herb your enthusiasm: The local farms that will upgrade your diet

    It’s a truism, but if you want to be healthy, you’ve got to eat your vegetables. And if you’re eating vegetables, you might want to consider locally grown. Eating locally grown food cuts out the [...]
  • How to move out without stressing out

    Ah, the month of May. School is out, birds are chirping, and, well, students are moving. For some, it is the dreaded moving season. For others, it is an opportunity to start a new beginning [...]
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    The Dyson Conspiracy: Why hand dryers are working against you

    Envision sitting in your favorite local coffee shop, drinking cold brew with your friends, when one of them gets up to use the restroom and returns with damp hands. “They don’t offer paper towels, and [...]
  • Will 13 Reasons Why Get It Right In Season 2?

    Last year Netflix held viewers captive with 13 Reasons Why. They watched in heart-wrenching suspense for Hannah Baker, the show’s lead character who has retraced the steps leading up to her suicide, letting her classmates [...]
  • Dorm-friendly Gardening

    A dorm room, pallid and as personal as a rental car. The college apartment, a frenetic, messy crash. Many students are so overwhelmed with classes, they don’t put thoughtful effort into their environment. But a [...]