Archive | June, 2011

Sentinel Prime and Optimus Prime

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“Transformers: Dark of the Moon” delivers more than just bot battles

Posted on 30 June 2011 by Jonathan Williams

There might be more than meets the eye here, but it is still a Michael Bay movie

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Celldweller kicks off the Wish Upon a Blackstar Tour in Atlanta

Posted on 30 June 2011 by Jonathan Williams

By Jonathan Williams Whether you’ve ever heard of Celldweller or not, you’ve likely heard the band’s music in movie trailers, TV shows and WWE pay-per-views. The brainchild of former Circle of Dust front man Klayton, Celldweller’s cyber rock incorporates techno, trance, drum & bass and industrial rock for a sound that is futuristically aggressive. With the first […]

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Silver Scream Spookshow presents: “Robot Monster”

“Robot Monster” invades the Silver Scream Spookshow

Posted on 24 June 2011 by Jonathan Williams

The Silver Scream Spookshow has gone through quite a shakeup over the past few months, with longtime cast members disappearing without a trace and new characters emerging to fill the voids. But this Saturday’s show sees the return of some Spookshow favorites such as the monstrously mystical Corndoglioso as the Spookshow crew prepares to take […]

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Minette Magnifique in Prohibition Exhibition

Minette Magnifique gets a little uninhibited with “Prohibition Exhibition”

Posted on 23 June 2011 by Jonathan Williams

By Jonathan Williams As classy as they are sassy, the lovely ladies of Minette Magnifique make their Warren City Club debut tonight with Prohibition Exhibition: Making the Illicit Explicit. As if Minette wasn’t already tantalizing enough, this show explores titillating taboos and vexing vices that only these vixens dare uncover. And if previous performances are any indication, things […]

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Camel Bubbles, Atlanta, 2006

Chip Simone’s images resonate at the High in “Resonant Images”

Posted on 17 June 2011 by Jonathan Williams

By Jonathan Williams After studying under renowned photographer Harry Callahan at the Rhode Island School of Design in the ’60s, Chip Simone developed his own unique style of black-and-white street photography over the course of the next few decades. A longtime Atlanta resident, Simone made the switch to color images in 2000, after also embracing digital […]

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Green Lantern

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“Green Lantern” glows with action despite dim plot

Posted on 17 June 2011 by Jonathan Williams

When it comes to the hierarchy of the DC Universe, the Green Lantern Corps has always been on the periphery of popularity behind the likes of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. But just as Marvel has elevated some of its B-level heroes to blockbuster status over the past few years, DC finally gives the most […]

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Andy Anderson

MGCW Champion Andy Anderson prepares for WarGames

Posted on 09 June 2011 by Jonathan Williams

By Jonathan Williams This Saturday, Mid Georgia Championship Wrestling hosts its biggest show of the year thus far with Bash at the Bridge. And while the card features appearances by the New Age Outlaws Jesse James and Billy Gunn, “Wildfire” Tommy Rich and the induction of Curtis Hughes into the MGCW Hall of Fame, there […]

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