Creative Loafing Atlanta

Essential updates on Atlanta news, food, music and culture

Fun. play the Tabernacle (Photos by Perry Julien)

Five days after winning Grammys for Best New Artist and Song of the Year for “We Are Young,” New York City-based Fun. played to a sold out crowd at the Tabernacle on February 15.

Check out the Full Gallery from the show!

MLK DAY: School teacher Raquel Davis spends the morning cleaning up a section of the Atlanta Beltline. (photo by Joeff Davis)
CALL FOR PHOTOS: What’s so great about your neighborhood?
For CL's 2013 Neighborhood Guide, we're on a quest to find the good in Atlanta so we can spread the Karma throughout the city - and we need your help. 
Take a picture and show us what good looks like in your neighborhood. Think about it, and send us a photo of what you see. It could be anything from that piece of public art that brightens up your day to a neighbor picking up after their dog, and pretty much anything in-between. Maybe it’s an annual neighborhood festival? An oft-overlooked park? Or a community organization that brings people together? Whatever the reasons, we want to see what makes your neighborhood great. 
Send us photos of the good in your community and we will put your photo in our “do good photo gallery” at CLATL.com and possibly publish it our upcoming Neighborhood Guide. Send your snapshots to photos@cln.com, post them to Twitter or Instagram using the #DoGoodATL hashtag, or leave a photo reply to this post before March 1, 2013. Don’t forget to include the location and a brief description.
Now, go forth and rep your n’hood! Or, learn more about all this stuff.

MLK DAY: School teacher Raquel Davis spends the morning cleaning up a section of the Atlanta Beltline. (photo by Joeff Davis)

CALL FOR PHOTOS: What’s so great about your neighborhood?


For 
CL's 2013 Neighborhood Guide, we're on a quest to find the good in Atlanta so we can spread the Karma throughout the city - and we need your help. 

Take a picture and show us what good looks like in your neighborhood. Think about it, and send us a photo of what you see. It could be anything from that piece of public art that brightens up your day to a neighbor picking up after their dog, and pretty much anything in-between. Maybe it’s an annual neighborhood festival? An oft-overlooked park? Or a community organization that brings people together? Whatever the reasons, we want to see what makes your neighborhood great. 

Send us photos of the good in your community and we will put your photo in our “do good photo gallery” at CLATL.com and possibly publish it our upcoming Neighborhood Guide. Send your snapshots to photos@cln.com, post them to Twitter or Instagram using the #DoGoodATL hashtag, or leave a photo reply to this post before March 1, 2013. Don’t forget to include the location and a brief description.

Now, go forth and rep your n’hood! Or, learn more about all this stuff.

Grass Widow: 7 Questions in 7 Minutes

Grass Widow, one of the many San Francisco bands bringing good good jams to Atlanta lately, released Internal Logic last year. It’s a beautiful riddle of a record, inviting you to come back again and again to unlock its secrets.

Whilst slicing their van through the rain on the way to Florida, Hannah Lew gave us seven short answers to seven short questions in seven minutes.

Here’s what she had to say.