Red Lobster sales rise after Beyonce shout out

1:19 pm Feb. 9, 2016

Shelia Poole

Is there no end to Beyoncé-related news after the surprise release of  “Formation”  and her Super Bowl performance?

Nope, so keep reading. (And check out the video, below. Warning: it contains some explicit lyrics).

This time,

Atlanta premiere of “Race” kicks off Black History Month

1:56 pm Feb. 2, 2016

By Arlinda Broady, Ryon Horne and Shelia Poole

What could be more fitting than kicking off Black History Month with a local screening of “Race,” a film about a shining example of African-American triumph?

The film is about track legend Jesse Owens and his quest for gold at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. Besides dealing with the overt racism at home, the young athlete faced Adolf Hitler’s vision of Aryan supremacy.

The double-meaning

"Allie Mae" is one of Walker Evans' best-known images from the Depression-era South.

Walker Evans photo exhibit arrives at High in June

1:16 pm Jan. 27, 2016

Walker Evans, a literate New Yorker known for his Depression-era photographs of hard-bitten characters in the American South, is coming South again.

One of the greatest documentary photographers of the 20th century, Evans will be celebrated

Paula Deen is happy to be talking and not dancin'

Meet Paula Deen in the (lightened up) flesh!

12:15 pm Nov. 9, 2015

File this one under there’s no free (and lightened up) lunch.

Now that she’s

Her only metro Atlanta appearance is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Barnes and Noble at Mansell Crossing in Alpharetta.

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