American Horror Story and Chill?

  |  Topic: Culture, Editor Picks, Entertainment, TV

Blood, gore, rape, orgies, missing children, plot holes, and an absent Jessica Lange were all surprising features greetings viewers when the FX original series “American Horror Story” returned Wednesday night at 10.  In regard to the particularly bloody premiere of  the new story “American Horror Story: Hotel,” I am intrigued, but not impressed. Fans new […]

Wrecking Ball Mania: Masquerade Brings in 25 with a Ball

  |  Topic: Culture, Entertainment, Music
The Masquerade’s billboard hung over the heads of concert goers who watched bands perform on the Purgatory stage.

You only turn 25 once. And to kick off its 25th anniversary weekend, The Masquerade held it’s first annual festival Wrecking Ball. This two day event featured 60 bands, 4 stages, and genres that ranged from punk rock to post-hardcore. While at the Wrecking Ball,  I was able to see a lot of underground bands and be […]

ONE Music Festival Attracts Music Lovers, Fun Vibes

  |  Topic: Culture, Entertainment, I heart ATL, Music
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The smell of barbeque and noodles spread over the food truck plaza, as dozens of people waited in the food truck lines while jamming out to whichever artist was playing on the nearby Hercules stage at ONE Music Festival. The sea of multicolored blankets on the massive green lawn swallowing the seemingly dwarf Zeus stage […]

Ontario Based-Band Hello Amora Put Post-Hardcore Music First

  |  Topic: Culture, Entertainment, Music
Photo courteous of Tiffany Hillaby. Members of Hello Amora include: Troy Thurston (Vocals); Joe Arsenault (Vocals); Matt Sooley (Guitar); Jackery Benjamin (Guitar); Tyler Brown (Bass); Chris Costa (Drums); Ricardo Martinez (Keys)

When guitarist Jackery Benjamin and his bandmates decided to start Hello Amora, they did not waste a second of time focusing on all of the adulation they would receive after gathering a large fanbase. If you have only heard Hello Amora, it might take some deep internet digging before you understand the members of HA! […]

Atlanta’s Fourth Ward Skatepark Offers Playground, Athletic Field

  |  Topic: Art, Culture, Entertainment, I heart ATL, Photos
A group of teenagers navigated through the course of the park.

The Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark is the first of its kind and one of Atlanta’s many hidden treasures. Tucked alongside the Atlanta BeltLine, the park is not only home to a skatepark, but also a multi-use athletic field and a playground. This park holds so much meaning to its daily visitors and Tony Hawk (who […]