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A new animation about vampires is a twisted version of "Twilight," with a whole bunch of fart jokes. The good news is it doesn't stink.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files
If the band was invited back next year, little objection would come if they carried out the same exact performance, dishing out hit after hit and giving the 9-to-5 Atlanta business folks a reason for one night to again rock in their polos and khakis.
Government, Business, Sports, Arts, The Neighborhood Files, Public Safety
In other area headlines, more DeKalb County communities are considering incorporation, and a man allegedly stole a "buggy full" from Walmart.
Michael Korwek, Dennis Korwek and Sam May are among 125 who will receive a week-long, all-expenses-paid trip to Texas to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl's halftime show.
Clint Eastwood takes a break from his one-man act with an empty chair to play a grouchy old man. Now that's a stretch!
The fifth movie in the franchise has plenty of action and plenty of zombies—all in 3D. Simply put, it may be the best one yet.
Returning from its hiatus last year, the Piedmont Park festival will feature 15 acts, including headliners Foo Fighters and Pearl Jam.
Bradley Cooper plays a writer who rips off another writer who just happened to be Jeremy Irons. Bad idea? Oh, I think so...
The Dallas Martin Band will perform at the Dallas Theater after beating out three other bands at a fundraiser to be named Dallas's best band, Neighbor Newspapers reports.
Government, Schools, Arts, Public Safety
In other area headlines, a missing UGA student was found dead from an apparent single-vehicle accident, and Atlanta Public Schools officials are set to investigate possible fraudulent enrollment.
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