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Eddie Owen Presents: Ferdinand The Bull (Opening: Kurt Lee Wheeler)
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The Hip Elixir At The Red Light Cafe Saturday March 25 8:00 Pm
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ENZO Presents Beatogether And Friends On The Town Stage At Trilith
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Talking Chop has new update
12 hours ago Braves News: Max Fried named Opening Day starter, Braves suffer walkoff loss, and more
Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images Atlanta Braves news and notes from Friday To no one’s surprise, the Atlanta Braves officially announced that Max Fried will get the nod for Thursday’s season opener against the Washington Nationals. Ready for Opening Day. @MaxFried32 | #ForTheA— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) March 24, 2023 Thursday’s matchup will be Fried’s third consecutive Opening Day start. In the 2021 opener, Fried tossed five frames and surrendered two runs on six hits against the Philadelphia Phillies. He struck out eight. His 2022 Opening Day start was not nearly as successful. He was handed a loss after allowing five runs to the Cincinnati Reds. Despite his underwhelming 2022 debut, Fried recovered and put together possibly the best season of his career thus far. He tossed 185.1 innings and posted a 2.48 ERA. In each of his three appearances this spring, Fried has looked to be in midseason form. He has picked up three wins and allowed just four hits in 11.1 innings. He has whiffed 14 batsmen. The state of the Braves starting rotation is still up in the air at this point, with Jared Shuster and Dylan Dodd still battling it out for the fifth spot. More Braves News: The Atlanta Braves dropped their spring game against the Boston Red Sox, 9-8, in walkoff fashion. After analyzing righty Jesse Chavez, it appears that he pitches much better in the Braves threads. Our team-by-team season preview series continues with the 2023 Atlanta Braves. Braves Podcasts: Lang Whitaker joins the Daily Hammer Podcast to preview the 2023 Braves and review the offseason. Episode 34 of PTBNL discusses the latest shortstop decision, the Iglesias injury, and more. MLB News: The St. Louis Cardinals signed righty Miles Mikolas to a two-year contract extension. The deal comes with a guaranteed $40M. Kansas City Royals pitcher Daniel Lynch will likely begin the season on the injured list due to a shoulder strain. He will be evaluated again in 7-10 days. Former Brave Charlie Culberson was released by the Tampa Bay Rays and is now a free agent.
Reddit has new update
13 hours ago /r/Atlanta Random Daily Discussion - March 25, 2023
What's on your mind, Atlanta? Links of Interest: Live Chat Weekly Events Thread How To Meet People Make sure to read our subreddit rules before posting or commenting. A further reminder that the buying or selling of any goods or services is prohibited in /r/Atlanta. Please report any offending comments so that the moderators can remove them. submitted by /u/AutoModerator [link] [comments]
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21 hours ago French cultured butter
TJs cancelled their cultured French butter a while back and I cannot find anything similar Checked WF and YDFM. I tried banner butter which was nice but it’s small and pricey. Anyone know where I can find larger blocks of French cultured butter? submitted by /u/woohaa [link] [comments]

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Atlanta Magazine has new update
1 day ago Pop-up collective Stolen Goods counts some of Atlanta’s finest young chefs of color among its ranks
In November 2019, I attended my first Stolen Goods pop-up dinner, led by chef Maximilian Hines at the Old Fourth Ward restaurant A Mano. The meal—called Traptoria, Vol. 2—was advertised as a tribute to the carryout foods Hines grew up eating at mom-and-pop Italian restaurants in the Washington, D.C., area, but with a “Dirty South twist.” From a menu sprinkled with references to legendary musical acts, I ordered the Prince Scampi (Royal Red head-on shrimp in garlic and chili sauce, served with white bread), the fancied-up Cup-o-Ramone chicken noodles, and a rapturous Little Debbie tiramisu. It all lived up to the description Hines wrote to promote the event: “Basically if an Italian immigrant moved here and opened an Olive Garden in Bankhead.” The post Pop-up collective Stolen Goods counts some of Atlanta’s finest young chefs of color among its ranks appeared first on Atlanta Magazine.

Saturday Specials in Atlanta

DBA Barbecue
1190 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta GA, 30306
Brunch, Bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Marys
Bar & Restaurant
4505 Ashford Dunwoody Rd Suite 32, Atlanta GA, 30326
Cerveza Saturday
$14.99 Buckets of Select Beers (5 Beers) Mix and Match

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