Creative Loafing

CL has been an iconic Atlanta tastemaker since 1972 covering music, news, food, art, and culture in print and online.

Articles

2018

Nov. 1 – A one-night exhibition honors the life and work of TOES

Oct. 20 – First Listen: Delorean Gray ‘Aristonauts’

Oct. 4 – Creative Loafing’s annual Best of Atlanta. Assisted in curating, editing, and writing in print and digital production. Whew!

Sept. 17 – Cheese, please

Aug. 30 – Tiny but mighty

Aug. 13 – Black Moth Super Rainbow plays the Masquerade on Aug. 17

Aug. 4 – Nikki & the Phantom Callers psychedelic Americana

Aug. 2 – 10 venues that will blow your damn mind

July 30 – NEW MUSIC MONDAY: Adelaide, Bad Spell, and Illiterates

July 25 – SEE & DO: ‘Strange Stars: David Bowie, Pop Music, and the Decade Sci-Fi exploded’

July 6 – FIRST LISTEN: Lunar Vacation’s ‘Artificial Flavors’ EP

July 4 – VIDEO PREMIERE: Rose Hotel unveils entrancing video

July 2 – The politics of pinball

June 29 – Lunar Vacation lifts off

June 23 – Low Valley Hearts provides a sublime experience

June 22 – Carly Gibson’s multifaceted dynamic

June 22 – Rose Hotel evolves

June 14 – Shepherds: Capturing a moment

June 11 – Wet Jeans stay humble

June 7 Chelsea Shag returns to her roots

June 6 – Sunflower Bean plays Aisle 5 on June 6

June 5 Indee Killed the Popstar sings to the heavens

May 18 – Dr. Dog takes a new direction

May 10 – Chelsea Shag shares a message of love

May 8 – Summer guide 2018

May 8 – Hear Thunderpussy roar

May 3 – Fantasy Guys: The good stuff

May 2 – Wet Jeans brings Southern comfort to the city

April 21 – Record Store Day

March 14 – Vegetarian food and wholistic health fair March 18

March 9 – Little Tybee’s self-made success

March 6 – No strangers to the scene

Feb. 9 – Trash Panda’s finding an identity

Feb. 1 – Hello Ocho Returns

Jan. 15 – “Don’t Shoot” brings attention to gun violence

Jan. 12 Little Tybee plays the Earl on Jan. 27

2017

Dec. 14 – A Charlie Brown Christmas turns 10

Nov. 9 –  Song Premiere: Zale reveals powerful new single, ‘Little Black Dress’

Oct. 11 – Trash Panda: Who are these guys and what are they up to?

SEE & DO examples – mini previews of events that CL recommends. 

SEE & DO: Indie Craft Experience Fall Market

SEE & DO: MLK Day with Jazz & Blues Brunch

SEE & DO: Little Five Points Halloween Festival and Parade

SEE & DO: Halloween 2017

SEE & DO: March for Dignity, Justice, and Truth on Sat., Oct. 7

Weekly roundups of events going on in the Atlanta area. This includes a brief preview and where the event will take place. Below are a few examples.

Oct. 4 – Atlanta Comic Convention swoops into town. Plus: Art Camp promotes self-expression and Shakespeare’s Tavern presents ‘Macbeth’

Sept. 21 – Discover ADAC puts design in the forefront. Plus: Bring the streets to life at Pop-Up Chalk Festival

Sept. 14 – Cirque du Soleil: LUZIA swings into Atlantic Station. Plus: See (and hear) abstract art at the Atlanterium AV Festival and unlock an evening of magic at Harry Potter(y) Night

Sept. 5 – Indie Craft Experience’s fall market hosts 50-plus makers. Plus: Relax, Read, Refresh with Atlanta Contemporary and welcome cooler weather with O4W Fall Festival