There is a force emerging from the indie sector of the film industry. Low budget no longer means low interest, especially when you have a profound story and cast to boot.
Myx Fusions Moscato (9/10) celebrated the Atlanta launch of the fast-growing adult beverage along with a sneak peek of Monami Entertainment/Eastern’s upcoming Bravo reality series “The New Atlanta.”
Sept. 13: Charlie Wilson, Chastain Park Amphitheater, 8 p.m.
Today, Muhammad Ali is revered throughout the world as an American hero. But there was a time when the legendary boxer was a pariah.
Yvonne Hampton is 69 years old, and lives clear across the country from her older brother, Bill. But she can still rely on him to look out for her -- just as he did when she was growing up.
Diana Ross, Chastain Park Amphitheater, 8 p.m.
She’s conquered hip-hop, Hollywood and Broadway; but now Queen Latifah is out to conquer daytime television with a new talk show. ”The Queen Latifah Show” debuts nationally on Sept. 16. Locally, the show will air on the CW 69 channel ...
The Next Big Laugh Comedy Series brings in the funniest up-and-coming talent from across the nation. Some of these comics you might have seen on BET, Comedy Central, Shaq's All-Star Comedy Tour, or many other places. The Next Big Laugh ...
September 27: Lionel Richie, Chastain Park Amphitheater, 8 p.m.
Aretha Franklin won’t say what caused her latest health problems, but says she’s had a "miraculous" recovery and is looking forward to performing soon.
August 25: Legends of Reggae (Alison Hinds, Maxi Priest, Beres Hammon), Wolf Creek Amphitheater, 5 p.m.
The doctor convicted in Michael Jackson's death did not appeared to be pressured by AEG Live, an expert hired by the concert promoter testified Friday.
August 16: Sunset Jazz (Will Downing, Najee) Chastain Park Amphitheatre, 8 p.m.
Tony Award winners Diahann Carroll and Denzel Washington will play mother and son on Broadway in a spring revival of the classic American play "A Raisin in the Sun,’’ an opportunity that has left him “overjoyed’’ and her “thrilled."
Jazz great George Duke, a visionary keyboardist, producer, composer and arranger, has died in Los Angeles. He was 67.