Liz Miniet

Audience specialist

Liz Miniet has worked at the AJC since 2000. Usually, she’s helping reporters make their stories and their headlines better, but sometimes, she gets out and writes about a concert or a TV show.

Latest from Liz Miniet

Saying goodbye to older set of panda twins at Zoo Atlanta
Mei Huan checks out a box that says “China or Bust” in the pandas’ dayroom at Zoo Atlanta on Sunday (Oct. 30). Mei Huan and her twin sister, Mei Lun, are leaving for China on Nov. 3. LIZ MINIET / LMINIET@AJC.COM

11:03 PM Monday, Oct. 31, 2016

Mei Huan checks out a box that says “China or Bust” in the pandas’ dayroom at Zoo Atlanta on Sunday (Oct. 30). Mei Huan and her twin sister, Mei Lun, are leaving for China on Nov. 3. LIZ MINIET / LMINIET@AJC.COM
'When the Spirit Speaks' book, exhibit show folk art's current state
   BY HOWARD POUSNER FOR THE AJC “When the Spirit Speaks: Self-Taught Art of the South,” a new book that profiles 32 contemporary artists, makes a strong case that worthy folk art has never stopped pouring out of our region. Some devotees of the colorfully hued paintings, drawings and found-object sculpture by untrained artists...

1:09 PM Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015

  BY HOWARD POUSNER FOR THE AJC “When the Spirit Speaks: Self-Taught Art of the South,” a new book that profiles 32 contemporary artists, makes a strong case that worthy folk art has never stopped pouring out of our region. Some devotees of the colorfully hued paintings, drawings and found-object sculpture by untrained artists...
Review: Exhibit’s haunting photos capture dashed dreams at Morris Brown
 BY FELICIA FEASTER For the AJC "Dormitory Doorway - Sara Allen Quadrangle" by Andrew Feiler is featured in an exhibition at Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library and Galleries. Photo credit: Andrew Feiler Photographer Andrew Feiler spent over a year capturing the desolate campus of Atlanta’s Morris Brown College...

11:28 AM Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015

BY FELICIA FEASTER For the AJC "Dormitory Doorway - Sara Allen Quadrangle" by Andrew Feiler is featured in an exhibition at Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library and Galleries. Photo credit: Andrew Feiler Photographer Andrew Feiler spent over a year capturing the desolate campus of Atlanta’s Morris Brown College...
Review: Lyric’s ‘Young Frankenstein’ yields frantic fun
 BY BERT OSBORNE For the AJC As a bit of icing on the cake, as it were, Atlanta Lyric Theatre’s production of the Mel Brooks musical “Young Frankenstein” is shrewdly well-timed for the Halloween season. Atlanta Lyric Theatre's musical "Young Frankenstein" features Googie Uterhardt (left) and Austin Tijerina. PHOTO...

11:15 AM Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015

BY BERT OSBORNE For the AJC As a bit of icing on the cake, as it were, Atlanta Lyric Theatre’s production of the Mel Brooks musical “Young Frankenstein” is shrewdly well-timed for the Halloween season. Atlanta Lyric Theatre's musical "Young Frankenstein" features Googie Uterhardt (left) and Austin Tijerina. PHOTO...
True Colors’ ‘Fetch Clay, Make Man’ gives actor role as director
 Atlanta actor Eric Little directs True Colors Theatre's "Fetch Clay, Make Man." BY BERT OSBORNE For the AJC Fetch actor, make director. When scheduling conflicts prompted Jasmine Guy to withdraw from directing 
               the True Colors Theatre drama “Fetch Clay, Make Man,”
             Tony-winning artistic director...

10:53 AM Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015

Atlanta actor Eric Little directs True Colors Theatre's "Fetch Clay, Make Man." BY BERT OSBORNE For the AJC Fetch actor, make director. When scheduling conflicts prompted Jasmine Guy to withdraw from directing the True Colors Theatre drama “Fetch Clay, Make Man,” Tony-winning artistic director...
Concert review: Janet Jackson reigns at Chastain
 Fans endured a rainy night to see Janet Jackson at Chastain Park Amphitheatre on Sept. 26. CONTRIBUTED BY LIZ MINIET BY LIZ MINIET When Mother Nature messed with Janet Jackson's first Atlanta concert in four years, she forced the pop star to live up to the title of her tour and new album: "Unbreakable." The crowd waiting Saturday...

12:55 AM Sunday, Sep. 27, 2015

Fans endured a rainy night to see Janet Jackson at Chastain Park Amphitheatre on Sept. 26. CONTRIBUTED BY LIZ MINIET BY LIZ MINIET When Mother Nature messed with Janet Jackson's first Atlanta concert in four years, she forced the pop star to live up to the title of her tour and new album: "Unbreakable." The crowd waiting Saturday...
Concert review: Bryan Adams shines through rainy night at Verizon
 Bryan Adams brought his "Reckless" tour to Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre on April 17. Though he had his band with him, the sight of Adams with a guitar was a constant. CONTRIBUTED BY RICH DANIELSON BY LIZ MINIET When the video for "Cuts Like a Knife" was showing up on MTV all the time around 1983-84, I was a sophomore...

1:24 AM Saturday, Apr. 18, 2015

Bryan Adams brought his "Reckless" tour to Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre on April 17. Though he had his band with him, the sight of Adams with a guitar was a constant. CONTRIBUTED BY RICH DANIELSON BY LIZ MINIET When the video for "Cuts Like a Knife" was showing up on MTV all the time around 1983-84, I was a sophomore...