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Join Us at The Atlanta Indie Market This Saturday

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  If you haven’t heard about the Atlanta Indie Market, you must be living underneath a rock. The Atlanta Indie Market is already the talk of the summer, and it’s only the second opening. Missed the market when it opened on July 22? Here’s a brief recap: The next Atlanta Indie Market will ope...
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Atlanta’s Art Life: The Entertaining Jam Ross Live

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  Authentic people are rare finds and Jessica McPhail-Ross aka Jam Ross Live is as authentic as they come. The North Carolina native is a mom, wife, and creative entrepreneur who travels between her homes in California and Atlanta.   As an entertainer and host, she uses her amazing personality to...
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Book Release Party: Revelations from a Black Girl Bloomin’

Posted on in POP ATLANTA by Chandra Meadows

  This Saturday (Aug. 5) in Atlanta, come out to celebrate the release of the book Revelations from a Black Girl Bloomin’. Author Chandra Meadows will be sharing her new book with the world and she’s inviting you out to have the experience with her. Revelations form a Black Girl Bloomin is a boo...
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Vendors And Performers Wanted For Atlanta Indie Market: August 26

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    Atlanta Indie Market is coming back around on August 26.   If you missed your opportunity to vend or perform at the official opening of the first market, here’s another chance for you to join in on the community fun. POP ATL and friends are bringing you market vibes once again, and it’s only...
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Atlanta Says Goodbye To Georgia Dome Signs

Posted on in POP ATLANTA by Chandra Meadows

    Old Atlanta is becoming more and more of a thing of the past. As Atlanta continues to grow, expand, and gentrify, a new Atlanta is emerging. Atlanta has always been the utopia for the African American community. Atlanta is the land of opportunity in the south. People come here to start ...
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