ATLANTA UNTRAPPED: OG Parker and Deko talk hip-hop at Level Up Atlanta’s Connecting the Dots Article

The producers behind Migos ‘Slippery’ and ‘Walk It Talk It’ revel in the city’s biggest rap hits | more...

WussyBopz is traveling back time at this ‘90s disco rave party Article

Plus: Laugh with Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias and attend a ‘The Walking Dead’ premiere party | more...

SEE & DO: SweetBabyCheeses Article

Holy gouda, local mover and shaker Ian Aber hosts a line-up that features comics from all over the Southeast with Atlanta’s Dedrick Flynn closing out the festivities. | more...

SEE & DO: Hood Alchemy Exhibition Article

Photographic poetry comes to life at the Hood Alchemy Exhibition.  | more...

SEE & DO: Pop-Up Magazine presents: “Winter Issue” Article

Come out to Variety Playhouse to see multimedia journalism stories told live for the first and only time by your favorite writers, radios hosts, photographers, and documentary filmmakers.   | more...

SEE & DO: Comedy For a Cause Article

Sip on some ale and laugh til your cheeks hurt at Comedy For a Cause at Eventide Brewing.   | more...

SEE & DO: DopeFlix & Jammies Article

Kick back, relax, and enjoy brunch with the premiere of three dope, local short films. | more...

Kid Koala plays the Ferst Center Feb. 12 and 13 Article

Canadian turntablist teams up with ‘Her’ production designer for a night of puppet love | more...

‘Don’t Shoot’ brings attention to gun violence Article

On MLK Day, eight Atlanta teens honor Dr. King’s nonviolent principles with a powerful music video | more...

SEE & DO: My Favorite Murder Live Article

Georgia Hardstark and Karen Kilgariff co-host the true-crime/comedy hybrid podcast | more...

SEE & DO: Barrel of Laughs Article

Sip on an Atalanta or a Minotaur and get ready to laugh at Orpheus Brewing’s Barrel of Laughs on Wed., Jan. 24. | more...

SEE & DO: Guy Branum Article

Guy Branum headlines four nights of laughs at Midtown’s Laughing Skull Lounge. | more...

How the Westside was lost Article

20 years from now, the question will be, how did Atlanta lose its way? | more...

Whole new year, whole new jokes Article

50 comedians kick-off 2018 right with the fourth annual 50 First Jokes

Charity in Defiance Article

Cops crack down on feeding the homeless without permits, but some activists remain undeterred | more...

Atlanta’s airport goes dark Article

An emergency dire enough to warrant Chick-Fil-A on a Sunday

Georgia lawmakers aim to protect net neutrality Article

Democrats at the Gold Dome are fighting the FCC’s repeal

Sam Olens to resign from KSU president’s post Article

The former attorney general said he faced a rough start and ongoing challenges

Henry Owings’ one-second impressions get a laugh Article

Chunklet founder’s ‘Micro-Impressions’ 7-inch breaks comedy rules | more...

Roy Moore loses the U.S. Senate race! Article

Which, we guess, means Doug Jones wins

Holiday wishes for our next mayor Article

Please, not a stocking full of coal

Atlanta-based MailChimp is ‘Inc. Magazine’s’ company of the year Article

The side project that blossomed into a $525 million empire

Mary Norwood to call for recount as mayoral runoff results certified Article

She’s still 833 votes behind Keisha Lance Bottoms

Flashback: Rep. John Lewis: ‘Ending Net Neutrality is wrong’ Article

We’re just days away from the big decision

Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Evans calls for Georgia GOP to ‘disavow Roy Moore’ Article

She’s petitioning for other candidates to denounce the Alabamian

Six Flags snowball fight cancelled because of snow Article

Yes, the amusement park understands the irony

Atlanta author Steven Cooper kicks off series with ‘Desert Remains’ Article

A toasty murder mystery emerges from the creative hub of Atlanta | more...

Care to grab coffee with a cop? Article

Nothin’ like caffeine and concerns of a crime wave

Democrat’s election ends Georgia Senate supermajority Article

Republican Hunter Hill vacated his post to run for governor

Is Atlanta afraid of a Black Mecca? Article

Comments from Creative Loafing’s November cover story

Snow expected tomorrow - the end is nigh! Article

It’ll be just a dusting, but Atlanta will panic, nonetheless

Deja vu: Mary Norwood rallies for a recount Article

Fulton County’s elections czar says runoff results unlikely to change much

LIVE STREAM: Fulton officials discuss Atlanta mayoral race recount Article

Elections officials field questions about the runoff results

Fulton voters pick Robb Pitts to lead board of commissioners Article

He’ll be filling the seat vacated by ex-mayoral candidate John Eaves

Felicia Moore elected Atlanta City Council president Article

Yes, there was more than one election last night

Mayoral race map: A tale of two cities Article

Atlanta voters in Fulton County are divided by geography, income, and race

Atlanta’s mayoral race will never end ... Article

... at least not until Saturday | more...

Mayoral Runoff Race: Who’s Backing Whom Article

In case you’re not voting for write-in candidate Alex Barrella...

POLL: CL readers bet on Bottoms Article

Hurry up, Georgia Legislature; we wanna place bets on local elections!

US Sens. Isakson, Perdue dig the Senate tax bill Article

The Georgia Republicans are backing their party pals’ plan

Mary Norwood stacks transition team with Peter Aman, Mtamanika Youngblood Article

Youngblood had previously backed Aman’s mayoral bid

Democratic US senators stump for Keisha Lance Bottoms Article

Sens. Cory Booker and Kamala Harris visited Atlanta to endorse the councilwoman’s mayoral bid

One critically injured in shooting near Atlanta University Center Article

Some outlets say the victim is a student

Today is the last day to vote early! Article

What are you doing?! Go #VoteATL!

Missing teen located by Cherokee sheriff Article

The 16-year-old ran away from home after an argument with his stepdad

Cathy Woolard endorses Alex Wan for Atlanta council president Article

‘If Wan doesn’t win, the Atlanta council will be devoid of LGBT representation’

Keisha Lance Bottoms endorsed by labor group Article

Mary Norwood still has more union support

Keisha Lance Bottoms releases her tax returns Article

Mary Norwood double-dog dared her to make the docs public

Police release new evidence in deadly Barcelona robbery Article

Do you recognize this sweatshirt?

Georgia Equality endorses Mary Norwood for Atlanta mayor Article

Backing from former candidates and ex-Mayor Shirley Franklin didn’t hurt

Cathy Woolard endorses Norwood in Atlanta mayoral runoff Article

The ex-council president endorses a former rival for mayor

Fox 5 poll: Bottoms holds slight lead in mayoral race Article

About 20 percent of people surveyed are still undecided

Norwood says someone doctored recording of her, sent it to WSB-TV Article

She’s accused of asking Republican party to call her an Independent

Councilman C.T. Martin could get a rec center named after him Article

Martin’s city council colleague proposed the legislation to honor him

SEE and DO: Forth and Ten Presents Forth and Five Article

Sports talk with a twist and riffs | more...

IMAGE: US Sen. Johnny Isakson responds to worries of net neutrality repeal Article

‘Unnecessary FCC regulations could stifle innovation,’ he says

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Atlanta rapper and flat-Earther B.o.B. now a slavery skeptic Article

‘You ever seen a slave ship?’

Giant Evander Holyfield statue to be erected Downtown Article

We can’t wait to see those beautiful bronze ears

John Eaves to endorse Mary Norwood Article

Ex-candidates Vincent Fort and Cathy Woolard still undecided

Cathy Woolard’s mayoral candidate showdown is tonight! Article

Councilwomen, start your engines!

‘New York Times’ Atlanta bureau chief under fire for profile of white nationalist Article

Reporters, readers wrestle with when and how to write about bigots

Atlanta: ‘No sanctuary for immigrants’ Article

‘New York Times’ profiles Atlanta immigrants’ clashes with ICE officials

Seven candidates race to replace Gov. Nathan Deal Article

State Rep. Stacey Abrams, if elected, would be nation’s first black female governor

How mayoral candidates plan to wrangle gentrification Article

The ‘Wall Street Journal’ shows Kirkwood as a microcosm of development-to-displacement trends

Shirley Franklin, Peter Aman back Mary Norwood mayoral bid Article

A former mayor and an ex-rival are showing support for

Bottoms’ campaign finances investigated Article

State’s ethics oversight arm probes ‘campaign staff’ payments

‘Baby A.J.’ gets a kidney; family gets a car Article

The toddler once denied a crucial kidney transplant is adjusting to his new organ

Anti-Trump groups to rally at Sen. Isakson’s office to protest tax plan Article

Georgia orgs join others on ‘National Day of Action’

Early voting has begun ... again Article

It’s time to queue up for the runoff races

Can a MARTA bus block the FCC from nixing net neutrality? Article

Eh, probably not, but it’s worth a try, right?

Reed on Mitchell’s Norwood endorsement: ‘Losers!’ Article

‘You can’t cure envy,’ he later tells V-103

SEE and DO: Roy Wood Jr. Article

Comedy Central’s new correspondent, Roy Wood Jr., is coming to ATL. | more...

Atlanta sells Civic Center to Housing Authority for revelopment Article

The property is slated to house more than 200 affordable housing units

Bottoms claims campaign support from Democratic state lawmakers Article

Buildin’ bonds with Gold Dome Dems

Norwood flaunts tax returns, challenges Bottoms to do the same Article

She cites the federal corruption investigation as her warrant

Georgia Dome Demolition: Super HD Slo-mo Action Article

‘That was way more violent than I expected,’ says some guy

Whiplash: The activists behind the fight to reduce marijuana charges Article

Grassroots support pushed Kwanza Hall’s weed reform proposal to actualization

State senator wants to ease protections for Confederate monuments Article

Sen. Elena Parent whipped up one of the legislative session’s first pre-filed bills

One dead after robbery, hostage crisis at Atlanta restaurant Article

A 29-year-old woman was shot and killed after opening a safe for robbers

VIDEO: The Georgia Dome dies Article

From dust you came, and to dust you shall return

Federal bribery investigation costing Atlanta taxpayers big bucks Article

The city’s legal bill is at $1.4 million... and going up

WSB-TV anchor Jovita Moore fields Redditors’ questions Article

We need more local celebs doing AMAs!

Kasim Reed replaces public defender Rosalie Joy Article

She’d been with the office for nearly three decades

NPR spotlights CL contributor Brandon English Article

Hey, we know that guy!

Masquerade murders: Police arrest suspected gunman Article

The alleged shooter was picked up 45 miles east of Atlanta

Brian Kemp threatens ‘battle’ with liberal activist Article

A Democratic group is petitioning to recall the secretary of state from office

Clarkston boasts nation’s first millennial-run government Article

As Mayor Ted Terry is re-elected, two young faces join the city council

Fox News contributor accuses state Rep. Calvin Smyre of sexual assault Article

The Columbus Democrat denies her allegations

Political rookie defeats longtime Georgia mayor Article

Out with the old; in with the noob

Poll: CL readers want Confederate monuments and street signs scrapped Article

Advisory committee prepares recommendations for Mayor Kasim Reed

U.S. Sens. Isakson, Perdue weigh in on Roy Moore sex abuse allegations (UPDATE) Article

Did Isakson say a sexual assailant would still be better than a Democrat? His office says no.

Pre-filing starts tomorrow for Georgia General Assembly Article

It’s almost that time of year again!

Masquerade murders: Police seek help identifying persons of interest Article

Take a look at these photos from Sunday’s show- recognize anyone?

Kwanza Hall to endorse Keisha Lance Bottoms’ mayoral bid Article

The District 2 councilman will throw his support behind his City Hall colleague

MARTA seeks Fed cash for rail expansion Article

It only costs $250 million per mile

Hillary Clinton is in Atlanta Article

Queue up to get an autograph on your copy of ‘What Happened’