Arts Issue - Atlanta’s fertile arts underground comes of age Article

5 founders of emerging arts orgs look back and to the future

Arts Issue - Art, sex, and the fluidity of gender Article

‘Reality is a playground. Gender is a playground.’

Arts Issue - Connecting photographic dots Article

Creative minds behind @WhyILoveATL and #weloveatl tell city’s story

Cover Story - 7 local haunted houses to scare your pants off Article

CL scribes visit Netherworld, Chambers of Horror, Zombie Works, Camp Blood and more

Cover Story - Professor Morté’s spooky top 5 Article

Why Atlanta is this horror host’s favorite haunt

Cover Story - Terror in ATL Article

Celebrate the scariest time of the year with Professor Morte, haunted houses, and more

Phillip March Jones’ ‘Pictures Take You Places’ Article

Photographer’s latest collection is Poem88 EDITIONS’ first publication

Cover Story - Atlanta Pride 2014 Article

Best bets for events, thoughts on ATL’s LGBT community, and art by John Q

Cover Story - Atlanta Pride 2014 Events Article

From the annual Pride Parade to the Commitment Ceremony, Dyke March, and more

Cover Story - A conversation with former Outwrite Books owner Philip Rafshoon Article

Program director of the AJC Decatur Book Festival discusses Pride in community

How Elevate helped change Atlanta Article

City’s art commissioning program encourages cultural growth

E.K. Huckaby explains “Anhydjinnic Molassicism” Article

New exhibit encourages viewers to create their own reality

A peek inside 'Lucinda"s World' Article

Accomplished Southern photographer showcases her private life and art in new exhibit

Art Beats + Lyrics puts community in focus Article

Craig 'Flux' Singleton and Kevin 'Mr. Soul' Harp on using art to 'change the world'

Sharing 'Moments with Jason R. Butcher Article

Visual artist’s new solo exhibition blurs line between biology and technology

Interview: Andre Benjamin at last Article

The Jimi Hendrix of hip-hop talks Atlanta rap, Adult Swim, and his own creative whims

WonderRoot gives indie filmmakers the red-carpet treatment Article

Organization’s Generally Local, Mostly Independent Film Series explores the other side of ‘ATLwood’ | more...

Evelyn Lowery to be remembered in ‘Hero’ mural Article

The Loss Prevention pays tribute to longtime civil rights pioneer in new public artwork

The making of Southern Star Tattoo Article

Best of Atlanta 2014

The making of your zine sausage Article

Best of Atlanta 2014

All the Web’s a stage for Atlanta’s accidental comic phenoms Article

Between ratchetness and respectability, the Hudsons are hustling their flow

Speakeasy with: Amy Purdy Article

Paralympic medalist and DWTS finalist takes center stage on Oprah’s national tour

Theater Review - “Curious Encounters 2” challenges concept of performance Article

7 Stages production invites viewers to embrace theater space

Art on the Atlanta Beltline gets bigger Article

Exhibition brings monumental works to peoples’ backyards

Life on the road with John Hodgman Article

Daily Show’ show star on hijacking CL for economic gain, life on the road, and Robin Williams

Clusterfest 2014 Article

CL’s annual guide to Labor Day Weekend’s craziness, PLUS: 70 fall events!

Dance - Robert Dekkers returns to ATL Article

Choreographer showcases his ‘riskiness’ with Wabi Sabi

A conversation with Jason Collins Article

The NBA center talks about coming out, gay culture in pro sports, and Atlanta’s LGBT community

Factory Girls want to put the Southeast on fashion map Article

Local design incubator looks to foster the region’s up and coming talent

2014 Living Walls Conference celebrates five years of dialogue Article

Organization looks to celebrate the city’s public art collaborations

George Long gets lost in ‘Translations’ Article

Artist talks about his installation at the Zuckerman Museum of Art

Hi-Rez Studios’ ‘SMITE’ may put Atlanta on gaming map Article

How the most casual MOBA is affecting the rapidly evolving gaming community

Lucid FC twins say goodbye to ATL Article

Eccentric young fashion entrepreneurs’ head north

High Museum’s ‘Mi Casa, Your Casa’ transforms Midtown space Article

Contemporary designers hope installation encourages interaction

Be Here Now" challenges spatial awareness Article

Artists use gallery space as installation canvas

Heritage Arts and Soul Festival returns Article

New coordinator looks to re-energize event, connect creative community

Theater Review - Georgia Shakespeare offers comic reprieve thanks to the ‘Guvnors’ Article

Aaron Munoz’s performance carries exceptional production

Art appropriation 101 Article

Atlanta street art enthusiast takes his appreciation to the extreme

Peter Essick explores ‘Our Beautiful, Fragile World’ Article

Atlanta-based ‘National Geographic’ photographer publishes two books

A fashionable ‘gesture’ Article

The Paper-Cut-Project collaborates with gloATL in new exhibition

Artists Jessica Wohl and Jessica Scott-Felder talk being ‘Defiant’ Article

Collaborative exhibition explores the struggle to provide for family

Atlanta nostalgia: It’s the new style Article

The latest trend in local tees and streetwear is a real cultural throwback

Dance - Exposed highlights Atlanta’s growing aerial scene Article

Unique dance form goes from circus to fine art

Deer Bear Wolf the new artistic voice of ATL? Article

Davy Minor’s latest venture hopes to promote the Atlanta you don’t see

Cover Story - The evil twins of the summer movies of 2014 Article

We’re seeing double at the cinema this summer

Saiah’s Terminus stops traditional theater in its tracks Article

Why local performance groups are ditching the theater for parks, cars, and warehouses

Abelardo Morell explores ‘The Universe Next Door’ Article

Photographer goes through the looking-glass

Sumptuary makes art out of tax on sin Article

Mike Stasny and Maggie Ginestra are orchestrate a perfect storm of restaurant, bar, and art gallery

Cover Story - 10 years of comedy, booze, and f-bombs at Star Bar Article

How a free open mic night, on Mondays, in a Little Five Points rock ‘n’ roll dive, became the most respected and least predictable regular comedy gig in Atlanta

The devil wears Chanel Article

Fashion and drama converge at the Goat Farm for So Coco””

A few questions with Lucha Rodriguez Article

Curating and participating in the new exhibition The Brightness

Opera - Opera singer Noah Stewart gives ‘em hell as Faust Article

Barrier breaking artist breathes fire into Gounod’s classic

Theater Review - Fog of war suffuses 7 Stages’ ‘Red Badge of Courage’ Article

7 Stages and KSU present a hallucinatory interpretation of the classic Civil War novel

Theater Review - Love and Warcraft earns bonus points with online scenes Article

Alliance Theatre’s award-winning comedy goes for laughs at the expense of insight

Dance - A guide to going Off the Edge Article

Rialto’s dance biennial returns to Downtown

Comedy - Kyle Kinane talks salsa pranks, TV pukes, and Kendrick Lamar Article

The comedian does a stint at Laughing Skull Lounge this week

Theater Review - Sanders Family cast comes home for Christmas Article

Atlanta Lyric Theatre reunites for an Atlanta holiday tradition

Cover Story - Holiday Movie Guide 2013 Article

How to stay classy at the cinema this holiday season

Hashtags for fine art at the newly minted Low Museum Article

Georgia State seniors live and exhibit in the space

Jiha Moon and Kombo Chapfika debate fair use Article

A local artist’s appropriation of another artist’s work raises questions about the line between fair use and plagiarism

MOCA GA expands to show off the permanent collection Article

The current renovations should be finished in April of next year

Through a lens darkly Article

Posing Beauty exhibit considers black beauty in America from all angles

Theater Review - Pluto’s surreal effects don’t undermine credible characters Article

The Actor’s Express production balances surface and depth

Theater Review - Warrior Class gives compelling lesson in political hardball Article

Playwright Kenneth Lin lives up to Alliance Theatre’s vote of confidence

Cover Story - How is literary success defined? Article

Artists begin life as outsiders. Then they learn the rules.

Cover Story - Outsiders? Article

The 2013 Arts Issue

Cover Story - An insider among outsiders Article

Five questions about the artist Lonnie Holley

Cover Story - Drag Face Article

Looking at drag culture through the controversial portraits of Legendary Children

Cover Story - Kennesaw State University draws the arts outside the perimeter Article

Could the next big destination for Atlanta’s arts scene be in the suburbs?

Theater Review - ‘Salome’ brings edgy theater literally close to home Article

The one-woman monologue is being performed at homes around the city

Dance - Daily rituals become Sanity Ceremonies at 7 Stages Article

Helen Hale’s solo performance explores the practices that keep us sane

Theater Review - Sleepy Hollow cleverly turns working stable into haunted house Article

A tip of the hat - and head - to Serenbe’s Sleepy Hollow adaptation

Bitter about the South Article

Chuck Reece and Dave Whitling set the record straight with new Southern-themed website

Alley Pat still gets the last laugh Article

At 93, the pioneering disc jockey is still Atlanta’s clown prince

Hamlet vs. Tosca Article

Two of the best characters in the history of theater go head to head this month in Atlanta

Theater Review - Tarell Alvin McCraney’s Choir Boy comes to the Alliance Article

The celebrated playwright returns after getting a big start in 2008

South, dirty Article

Drew Conrad exhibits filthy works at Get This! Gallery

Paper Frank’s beautiful dark twisted reality Article

Atlanta’s young visual arts phenom adds pastels to dreadful past

Mike Lowery and Katrin Wiehle marry their talents at Kai Lin Article

The husband and wife illustrators exhibit new work at the Westside gallery

JR faces Atlanta Article

The world’s most talked about street artist commemorates the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington

Living Walls 2013: The who, what, where, and when Article

5 days, 20 artists, and 1 map to help you navigate the festival

FUKK what you heard Article

+Fresh.i.Am+’s streetwear-inspired movement proves the South has something fashionable to say

Cover Story - 4 local luxe streetwear brands to watch Article

Atlanta-based brands blurring the line between urban streetwear and high-end fashion

Comedy - W. Kamau Bell is ‘Totally Biased’ Article

The comic talks about the intersection of comedy and politics

MODA explores Alternative Voices in Game Design Article

Exhibition looks beyond the shoot ‘em up

The High draws a portrait of Atlanta Article

Drawing Inside the Perimeter creates a revisionist portrait of the city

Theater Review - Georgia Shakespeare puts myths back in the pool Article

Metamorphoses and Mighty Myths and Legends score hits with watery sets

How to make an Afro-futurist mixtape Article

Rashid Johnson calls for a dash of magical realism and historical fiction in ‘Message to Our Folks’

Atlanta Contemporary Art Center: Past, present, and future Article

A tiny grassroots arts organization dubbed Nexus in 1973 has evolved into a nationally respected institution

Theater Review - Seminar and Book Club Play present opposing sides of literary life Article

Seminar’s caustic comedy makes Book Club’s shrill hijinks feel paper-thin

Cover Story - Do black arts festivals have a future? Article

Tired programming, budget woes, and inconsistent leadership have plagued Atlanta’s National Black Arts Festival. Can the once-revered event bounce back?

Theater Review - Out of Hand stages citywide puzzle hunt Article

‘The Game’ Brain-teasing competition contains larger artistic ambition

Two new arts centers for Atlanta on the Westside and in downtown Article

c4 holds a fundraiser at FUSE and the Westside Cultural Arts Center finally gears up to open

Theater Review - Dreams go askew in one-man show ‘Apnea’ Article

Whimsical video effects enhance monologue play at Dad’s Garage