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.
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Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton) is back for a new season of “Nashville.” The two-hour season premiere starts at 9 p.
Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton) meets a tech big shot (Cameron Scoggins) who’s very interested in her music-making.
Season 5 of “Nashville,” starring Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere, is coming soon to its new home, CMT.
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
Deacon (Charles Esten) and Rayna (Connie Britton) are still on “Nashville” fans’ minds.
Without a fifth season, how will “Nashville” fans know what happened to Juliette (Hayden Panettiere)?
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...
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...
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...