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The Rundown: Things to do Thursday, December 14 – Monday, December 17

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By Shawn D. Allison, II What’s good everyone! “The Hawk” may be out. Jack Frost is giving people the cold shoulder. However, we still keep cool under all the atmospheric pressure, you dig? Check this out, I know it’s rather chilly out there, but your man—The Black Ferris Bueller has found all sorts of goodies this weekend to heat your spirits up and bring warmth to your heart!…

The Explosion of Uptown and South End

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By Tonya Jameson Once again, cranes dot the skylines of uptown and South End. Progress is in the air. You can see it as old stores and offices in the center city become piles of concrete and rubble, only to be resurrected as shiny stores, condos and office buildings.…

Join the Community Conversation About John Biggers

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  Join the Community Conversation About John Biggers By Tonya Jameson   The Mint Museum isn’t letting John Biggers’ exhibit “Wheels in Wheels” close quietly. Instead, the museum is partnering with Pride Magazine to present CommUNITY Conversation: “DECODING: Symbols, Icons, Mysteries & Mischief in the Art of John Thomas Biggers.”   The free event will be 6:30–8 p.m., Oct.…