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3/19/16: The Love List's 10th Anniversary Late-Night Fiesta! #TurnUpFor10 [ATL]

FOOD AND BOOZE, MUSIC, STYLE, AGENDAJess Graves
Photo: Caroline Fontenot

Photo: Caroline Fontenot

The Love List is turning 10, so we're turning up on a Saturday night with the late-night throwdown of the spring season - and doing it the only way we know how: band, booze, and great food.

This event is invite-only, but we'll open up invitations to readers soon! Stay tuned to instagram for more info, and sign up for our mailing list, since details go out to subscribers first.

47 Resolutions from Your Favorite Southern Chefs, Musicians, Artists, Entrepreneurs, Creatives and Tastemakers

DEC 15, PEOPLE, STYLE, BOOZE, ART, MUSIC, RESOLUTIONSJess Graves

New year, new you? Maybe, maybe not. We asked some of our favorite Southern friends (many of whom you might recognize from our stories this past year) what they're promising themselves in 2016; the responses made us laugh and tugged our heart strings ... but most of all, they inspired us to sit down and think about our own goals for the coming year. Maybe they'll do the same for you.

Pulling Back the Curtain at Smith's Olde Bar

OCT15, PEOPLE, MUSICJess Graves

When Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers played Smith's Olde Bar, the power went out. In the middle of summer. In Atlanta. 300 people. No air conditioning, no lights, no computers to run credit cards for beers and bourbon. The bartender scrambled to place candles along the stage while managers ran to their cars to search for extension cords. The power was out, but the band kept playing, lit by cell phones, flashlights, lighters, and candles, while the crowd sang along. And then Smith's cleaned out Kroger's freeze pop inventory.