What do “Spiderman: No Way Home (2021)” directed by Jon WattsTyler Perry’sA Madea Family Funeral (2019),” and Edgar Wright’sBaby Driver (2017)” all have in common? For one, they are all very popular movies. More specifically, they are movies shot and filmed in the city of Atlanta. This massive popularity and growth in Georgia’s film industry brings in billions of dollars to the state, but with such a high volume of motion pictures being shipped straight from Atlanta’s studios, it can be difficult for up-and-coming filmmakers to earn proper recognition and exposure–Enter stage left: The BronzeLens Film Festival.

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Calling all ’90s lovers in the Atlanta area looking for something fun and unique to do on the weekend. Join Midtown's newest paint and sip company, Dine & Design ATL, for a night of drinks, art, and food, with a millennial twist. 

Dine and Design offers a first-class experience with some of the best chefs and mixologists in Atlanta, along with a 90s-inspired painting class. And no artistic experience is needed. 

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I finally found a series that I am actually going to watch weekly. Can you believe it? In case you’re new here, I’m an extreme binge watcher. I literally wait until a series is finished before watching it. I may watch an episode or two to gauge my interest level, but I’ll stop there and wait until it’s end before watching it all at once. But recently, Peacock’sBel-Air”, temporarily changed that. One of the series' stars, Courtney “Coco” Jones is a major reason for that. Not only is she absolutely gorgeous, but she’s an extremely talented actress and singer, with a loving heart and great personality to match. 

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