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Inside a packed advance screening held at the Rialto Center for the Arts in downtown Atlanta on Tuesday night, director Clint Eastwood unveiled his latest drama, “Richard Jewell,” just a few blocks away from Centennial Olympic Park. The film, depicting the Olympic Park bombing and its aftermath in the summer of 1996, was shot on […]
On Arts + Entertainment
In theatre, actors are trained that an audience’s eye will immediately be drawn to the truest thing on stage. In the 32nd Actor’s Express season opening production of playwright’s Joshua Harmon’s “Skintight,” from the moment she hits the stage dragging a roller suitcase behind her, all eyes are glued on Wendy Melkonian. As Jodi Isaac, […]
Fifty years after her passing, Judy Garland has now been dead longer than she was alive. This year marks the 50th anniversary of her accidental drug overdose at age 47 and the 80th anniversary of “The Wizard of Oz,” the 1939 MGM classic that made her a star. The timing then is perfect for “Judy,” […]
Brenda Lee Reflects on Some of the Best Records From Her 60-Year Career — And One We All Need To Thank Her For!
When you cut your first record — a little toe-tapper titled “Jambalaya” — in 1956, it’s only natural that some folks in 2019 tend to Google you to see if you’re still inhaling on a regular basis. Atlanta native Brenda Lee, one of Nashville’s first global superstars and a central figure in documentary filmmaker Ken […]
‘Those Who Remained,’ ‘Shared Legacies,’ Top 20th Annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival Jury Prize Winners
As the 20th annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival wrapped up Thursday night with a closing night screening of the documentary “Saul and Ruby, To Life!” at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center, festival organizers announced this year’s jury award winners. “The 2020 AJFF Jury, comprised of industry leaders, academics, and faculty-nominated film majors, deliberated and […]
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On Cuisine + Cocktails
Vanessa Briscoe Hay first became acquainted with the Manhattan Cafe when she ducked into the bar in 2005, attempting to ditch an overzealous Pylon fan who had followed her from the 40 Watt club. Recalls Hay, laughing: “I walked over to the table where Michael and Curtis were drinking PBR tallboys and said, ‘Oh, look! […]
About Richard L. Eldredge
With lengthy stints at both the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Atlanta magazine, Richard L. Eldredge has been covering Atlanta’s arts, entertainment, political, dining and charitable fundraising scenes since 1990. In 2015, he launched Eldredge ATL, a daily digital magazine dedicated to the city’s ever-evolving arts, entertainment, cuisine and cultural landscapes. Since 2011, he has worked as senior editor at VOX Teen Communications, supporting Atlanta’s next generation of journalists. In recognition of this work, Eldredge received the Atlanta Press Club Impact Award in 2015.