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Founded by young creatives of Atlanta, Arthouse is based amidst a blooming DIY arts scene bursting with diverse creativity and art. The collective, which consists of creatives Uncle Bendr, Chriz Vaughn, Jlenz, Kix Hendrix, Mack Walker, and Mael, strives to give a platform to young and developing artists searching for a place in Atlanta’s art…

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Last month, when Samuel L. Jackson and Brie Larson announced Spike Lee’s Academy Award win for Best Adapted Screenplay for “BlacKKKlansman,” the first thing I did was get up and scream. It was late, my siblings were probably asleep, and my mom was already tired of my cheering and grumbling in response to the previously…

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“Les Miserables,” written by Victor Hugo and adapted into the phenomenal musical it is today by Claude-Michel Schonberg and Alain Boublil, follows four storylines which can be quite confusing at first but later comes together quite nicely. The national tour of the hit musical recently had a successful week-long at the Fox Theatre in Midtown.…

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Noel Greene aka “The Big G” went to see the long-running musical “Les Miserables” and he has a lot of questions. Listen to his candid review of the show below and leave your own feedback in the comments! VOX ATL teen reviewers had the opportunity to attend the press night performance of “Les Miserables” at…

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