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Kathy Griffin

Friday September 21, 2018 08:00 pm EDT
Cost: $45-$75
She speaks! After a year of national scandal and following a sold-out run of stand-up shows and rave reviews around the globe, Kathy Griffin is returning with the much-anticipated North American continuation of her “Laugh Your Head Off” World Tour to the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Armed with the story of the now infamous and controversial photo (yes…THAT photo), the fiery redheaded, award-winning, American comedian is bringing the story of the photo heard ‘round the world and the fallout that followed, along with breaking down everything in the pop-culture landscape from Trump to the Kardashians. Griffin tells all in this more than 2-hour no-holds-barred show in the raw, honest, and engaging way fans have always loved about her.
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The Other 4 Things To Do Today

Monday January 20, 2020 08:00 pm EST
Smith's Olde Bar Cost: $8-$10
01/20/20

$8 in adv / $10 day of / Doors at 8!

Satisfiers of Alpha Blue! Ariana Grande & the Eagles of Death Metal! Scam Likely!

Tickets on sale now! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/satisfiers-of-the-alpha-blue-ariana-grande-and-the-eagles-of-death-met-tickets-88029347147?aff=website

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Monday January 20, 2020 11:00 am EST
Members of last summer's project will reconvene with playwright Pearl Cleage & director Patrick McColery to create a very special staged reading in honor of Dr. King & his legacy. [click here for more]
Monday January 20, 2020 08:00 pm EST
Vinyl Cost: $15-$20
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Monday January 20, 2020 10:00 am EST
Among this year’s highlights is a performance of Walking Through the Valley written by Addae Moon, Atlanta History Center’s Director of Museum Theatre. Set in 1963, a young activist is asked by the "powers that be” to alter the language in a speech he’s written for what will become an historic event... [click here for more]
Monday January 20, 2020 07:00 pm EST
Smith's Olde Bar Cost: $12-$20
“I just wanted to be honest about everything, from my musical influences to my story,” muses Neal Francis. After years of dishonest living — consumed by drugs, alcohol, and addiction — such sincerity is jarring from the 30-year-old Chicago-based musician. Liberated from a self-destructive past and b... [click here for more]