If you’ve recently been around Atlanta, Georgia, and visited the Hartsfield Jackson Airport, wandered around downtown, or found yourself at the Woodruff Arts Center, your gaze has probably been met by beautiful art pieces showcased on towering billboards, digital signs, and shining displays. Art can be found anywhere throughout Atlanta, but these locations in particular have recently been decorated with pieces from the 6XTOne exhibition. Held from Jan.1 through Jan. 5, 6XTOne was a city-wide art exhibition created to celebrate the inauguration of Atlanta’s 61st Mayor, Andre Dickens, and showcases the beautiful work of 61 Atlanta-based artists. Mayor Dickens is a strong advocate of the arts in Atlanta and even insisted the exhibition take place during his inauguration. This celebration is yet one of his many initiatives to preserve the art and support the many artists who reside in Atlanta.

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Love can take on new shapes and forms through art. Music is one of the big ways artists express their experiences with love and share it with the world. One artist taking love by the reins is Alina Baraz, who truly puts her heart and soul into all of her work. 

The talented Alina Baraz has been on my music radar for quite some time now. I remember first hearing of the American singer back in 2017 through her collaboration with pop star Khalid  on a single called "Electric.” 

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There was a strange aura in the theaters that night. The crowd was small and mainly filled with middle-aged ladies either alone or seated with girlfriends. I noticed many tissue boxes and braced myself for the inevitable teary-eyed dance that would follow me out of the theater. 

Leading up to "A Journal for Jordan," I wondered how the film would grasp my short attention span as I tried not to reach for my phone during the previews. To my surprise, it did more than that, before I knew it I found myself fully mesmerized by the movie’s message and of course by acting sensation and eye candy Michael B. Jordan

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What do you get with communal vision, creative appetite, and a love for art? A movement. A social movement that cohesively showcases Black culture, variations of current artists, and a space to empower and honor their work. 

In 2019, Joshua Dingle created The Spectacular Black Girl Art Show, a series of exhibitions that began in Atlanta annually, yet since has grown in esteem nationwide throughout cities such as Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Austin, Chicago, Nashville, and New York City. 

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Every so often, a city that’s not very well known for its rap scene will pump out a few blazing hot artists. The city of Louisville may have been overlooked for quite some time, but rappers Jack Harlow and EST Gee are doing their best to carve out a lane for others behind them. Harlow’s success with his No. 2 Billboard single has opened up the eyes of many on the mainstream side of things. But EST Gee speaks to a different type of audience. His music amplifies a culture that many won’t understand. 

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Clothing is bland without a meaning. That is why we are captivated by distinctive looks with a purpose, and fashion designer Patricia Bonaldi delivers just that with her iconic designs. Bonaldi has made waves in the fashion industry since 2002 with her clothing that harnesses the colorful energy of South America. Her designs are “bold and Brazilian” for their detailed embroidered patterns, beading, hanging tassels, and vibrant prints that give an overall vibe of a dreamy beach vacation.

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