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Tyrone Scott

A Woman’s Touch – What Esports Desperately Needs

“This is what I do, I love it. I’m good at it, I deserve this,” said Tr1cks who urges all female gamers who dream of playing professionally to recall why they play rather than why others say they shouldn’t.

Imani Benjamin

Aries 2020 Horoscope (March 21- April 19)

Aquarius and Pisces are the intuitive signs that saw you through emotional turmoil and growth. The last two seasons were about exploring the depths of your emotional intuition. Aries is pulling you in a different direction.

Aries is the head of the astrological calendar and signals that spring and new opportunities are their way! Now is the time to face the world head on, take the bull (or ram) by the horns, and put your best foot forward.

Joshua Crump

An Artist Portrait: R&B Singer Steffany Moneque

Sometimes you come across people who absolutely blow you away. Their presence alone takes over the atmosphere. Steffany Moneque is one of those people. When she walked into Ambient Studios for our interview, everyone took notice, and after our conversation, it is easy to see why.

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A Great Year For Black Films

The 2010s were monumental for the progress of Black representation in movies. The efforts of countless Black actors and filmmakers, as well as trends like 2015’s “#oscarssoWhite” made Hollywood consider that maybe it wasn’t as inclusive as it once thought.

Pisces 2020 Horoscope (February 19 – March 20)

Last season was all about exploring intuition and taking chances. Pisces isn’t directing you away from your intuition and emotions but it is making an emotional journey that’s a little less bright and fantastic – a little more comfortable and in familiar boundaries.

Brenden Boyd: Jiu-Jitsu Prodigy from Alpharetta

Brenden Boyd is 16 years old and has amassed over 100 medals from organizations such as the North American Grappling Association (NAGA), New Breed, National Fighting Championships (NFC) and the renowned International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF).

On Extinction and Futility: Death Stranding Review

Death Stranding is a game that has been divisive for many reasons. Some won’t find anything appealing about the “Fed Ex simulator” as it has been mockingly reduced and some find Kojima’s ego grating. I think some people may be missing the point.

Seeds of Sound Festival

Jennifer Edouard and Anthony Price held their third annual Georgia-grown music festival, Seeds of Sound. They started this festival with the purpose of uniting people in Atlanta’s local neighborhoods, as well as the music and arts scenes.

A Soul Food Review

Atlanta is a hotspot of commerce and culture, and there is no better place where the two intersect than the kitchen. Atlanta has a variety of restaurants, but none are more well known than its soul food establishments.

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Atlanta United Eats

Video Assistant Gabriel Ossa and I went to the Mercedes-Benz stadium to check out the restaurants. We rated them based on three criteria: taste, bang for the buck and packability (how well you can take the food to your seats without spilling).

GRiZ Couldn’t Fake The Funk Night One of His Two-Night Show in ATL ​

GRiZ Couldn’t Fake The Funk Night One of His Two-Night Show in ATL GRiZ playing the sax at The Tabernacle. Megan Binkley | Avant-Youth American DJ, electronic producer and songwriter, GRiZ was all about bringing it back to his roots night one of his two-night show in Atlanta. His fans

A Few of Our Least Favorite Things​

As millennials, we continue to adapt to the places we live in.
It just so happens that doing what we do, when we consider our empty pockets and the chemicals we put in our homes, we’re destroying the America that Baby Boomers and corporations remember best.

Geek x Vrv Takes Over Aisle 5 in Little Five Points

The French pair, better known as Geek x Vrv have a dynamic sound that combines many different genres, such as jazz, funk and electric hip-hop to create their signature sound.

Beltline Lantern Parade

Over the weekend, photojournalist Megan Binkley and editorial intern Fardeen Sheikh went to the 10th Anniversary Lantern Parade on the Beltline.