Previews, reviews and commentary on Atlanta's cultural scene

Six Flags to run ‘Batman’ ride backward

11:42 am Jan. 23, 2015

By  Tom Kelley, 

And there’s more coming to the Gotham City section of the park. The restaurant in that section is being renovated, and later this spring there will be more thrills with the addition of

Living Walls cancels 2015 conference

2:37 pm Jan. 22, 2015

Living Walls, the Atlanta nonprofit that has brought local and international graffiti artists and muralists together to create works of art on the city’s buildings every summer since 2011, will not hold its conference this

Gwinnett novelist wins award

11:53 am Jan. 15, 2015

By Jill Vejnoska

Lawrenceville writer Mary Anna Ogden Bryan recently won the prestigious 2014 Ferrol Sams Award for Fiction. The prize, part of the annual Mercer University Press Book Awards, comes with a publication contract for Bryan’s novel, “Cardinal Hill.”

Lauded by the judges for her “talent for description” and for a story that “speaks authentically to a specific time and place in the South,” Bryan set her novel in a family