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Holiday Recovery: Treat Yourself After the Holidays

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By: Shannon Evans I recently took a flight from Atlanta to Istanbul. It was really a 24-hour stopover that allowed me to check out this exotic wonderland before my connecting flight. With only a limited time to see the city, I decided it would be well spent at a Turkish hammam. That’s a hot […]
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Largest Shop around the Concourse: ATL Shops by Hudson

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By: Alnissa Ruiz-Craig Welcome to Destination Skypointe: ATL Beyond the Gate When you head to the airport, you may have one plan in mind, and that is to board your flight and get to your destination. A solid plan. Most airports only lend themselves to that simple plan due to a lack of amenities. […]
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Airport art leads to unlikely connection

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  By Jennifer Ogunsola Communications Manager It’s not unusual to walk through a large airport and spot friends, family members and others you may know. Many people travel domestically and internationally on airplanes, so spotting a familiar face is pretty typical. But, imagine walking through the busiest airport in the world and seeing yourself, […]
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Caribbean Steel

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Caribbean Steel Nico G. has been playing drum set and percussion since he was 9 years old. His passion led him to study world music including Afro-Cuban percussion, Caribbean steel drum as well as Brazilian and West African styles of drumming. After performing for the past 20 years in San Diego and Las Vegas, […]
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Dwan Bosman

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Dwan Bosman Dwan Bosman has been playing the saxophone since the age of 15, inspired by a deep-rooted tutelage reaching back to his grandfather. Initially playing the clarinet and bass clarinet at the age of 12, his interest was to be classically trained. But at 15, he listened to John Coltrane’s “A Love Supreme” and […]
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Bill Hatcher

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Bill Hatcher Guitarist Bill Hatcher is an Atlanta-based musician who’s been performing since 1974. He’s performed with the Atlanta Symphony, Atlanta Opera, Atlanta Ballet, Alliance Theater and numerous others. As a studio musician, Hatcher has performed on more than 3,000 local recording sessions. Play Video
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Ron James

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Ron James Saxophonist, educator, music lover, songwriter, and artist, Ron James is a one-of-a-kind musician with a smooth, soulful sound that is guaranteed to delight your ears! To hear more, support his projects “I Feel Ya” and “SIMPLE” by purchasing CDs or downloading them at Amazon, iTunes and Google Play. Play Music
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Don Moors

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Don Moors Vibraphonist Don Moors has a very eclectic background.Trained as a jazz player (by Berklee College, Cal Tjader and Randy Weston) but underpinned by his West Indian roots and, with a lengthy stint making R&B records in Los Angeles, he brings a unique sensibility to mallet percussion. He spent nearly two decades as […]
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Tommy Dodd

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Tommy Dodd Tommy has been playing the pedal steel guitar and dobro for many years. He has contributed his talents to the recordings of such icons as Travis Tritt and Doug Stone. He has also played with The Supremes, as well as an impressive array of country giants at the 1994 Super Bowl Halftime […]
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Don McBroom

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Don McBroom One of Atlanta’s most versatile musicians and entertainers, Don McBroom is an established, long-time fixture of the area’s music scene. His extensive career includes onstage appearances and performances with members of such recording artists as .38 Special, Mother’s Finest, Blackfoot, The Georgia Satellites, Roger McGuinn and many others. Additionally, Don has played […]
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