“Twenty years after the release of ‘Speakerboxxx’/’The Love Below,’ we chart how the creation of André 3000 and Big Boi’s fifth studio album became the start of Outkast’s ending.”
“Independent outlets are not only challenging revenue models—they’re changing the way local outlets approach journalism itself.”
This week’s edition highlights stories by Bench Ansfield, Justin A. Davis, Wright Thompson, Lucy Jones, and April Nowell.
“Atlanta’s YSL (Young Stoner Life) project has been about place-making as much as it’s been about making music. But what happens when the state interferes?”
“Six years after it first aired, ‘Atlanta’ goes down as an all-time great.”
An essay on growing up in the South, legacy, and a place rooted in white supremacy.
“You may start off with Professor X but Magneto got a fucking point.”
“Joi’s recorded performances embodied all the funkiness my little soul had been waiting for.”
The working homeless exist in a modern purgatory.
On two tours of the South, taken 20 years apart, Pete Candler uncovers truths about his family and the place he comes from.