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In a Global Pandemic, Evan Lowenstein’s Stageit Offers Out of Work Artists and Fans a Safe Space to Connect
This week, Stageit founder and CEO Evan Lowenstein knew his 10-year-old digital concert streaming platform had scaled an unparalleled peak of success when PayPal suddenly shut down his company’s account. “They flagged us for suspicious activity,” the native Atlantan explained to Eldredge ATL while sheltering in place from his home in London Tuesday. Eventually, Lowenstein […]
On Arts + Entertainment
From Civil Rights Struggles to a Red Cross Windfall: The Surprising History of Dave Brubeck’s ‘Time Out’
Thanks to Stephen A. Crist, professor of music history at Emory University, 61 years after its release, jazz fans finally have a painstakingly researched, behind the scenes examination of the Dave Brubeck Quartet’s “Time Out,” the groundbreaking jazz LP first released in 1959. And Brubeck listeners might just have Johann Sebastian Bach to thank for […]
A Note From December Eldredge ATL Guest Editor David de Vries: Haden was a student of mine when I did an Artist in Residence at Brenau University back in 2012. The first thing I noticed about him was that he was just an incredibly nice young man — eager, engaging and polite. We were both […]
The following article contains major plot points from “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.” Read no further if you would prefer to see “Episode IX” with all of its surprises and story elements intact. Since her 2016 death at age 60, “Star Wars” fans have wondered and worried how the franchise’s favorite princess-turned-general matriarch’s story […]
She’s appeared on Broadway in Michael Bennett’s “Dream Girls,” Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods,” and Kurt Weill’s “Three Penny Opera.” She’s graced the Alliance Theatre stage with her one-woman show “Ethel.” But nothing could properly prepare singer and actress Terry Burrell for flirting with a 123-foot long, 100-ton Argentinosaurus at Atlanta’s Fernbank Museum of Natural […]
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On Cuisine + Cocktails
Eldredge ATL July Guest Editor and Pylon vocalist Vanessa Briscoe Hay on why she selected Little King’s Shuffle Club, 223 W. Hancock Ave. as one of her favorite downtown Athens spots: “The third incarnation of Pylon began here in 2004. The bar wasn’t even officially open yet. Randy had said, ‘I wanna play together again, […]
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.