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  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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  • WSB Radio
  • The Palm Beach Post
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  • KIRO 7
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Recent articles by Bo:

Susan V. Booth, leaving Alliance Theatre to lead Chicago’s Goodman

Susan V. Booth, leaving Alliance Theatre to lead Chicago’s Goodman → Read More

Michael Harris, scholar, creator, inspired with his research, artwork

Michael Harris, educator, artist, inspired with his books and artwork → Read More

Little Five Points saved a monumental mosaic; the artist isn’t happy

Artist dissatisfied with changes to his portrait of Blind Willie McTell → Read More

Heck House, Scottdale arts center, closed due to code noncompliance

Heck House, Scottdale arts center, closed due to code non-compliance → Read More

Dusty Gannon aka Goth Dad brings humor, therapy, glam to Athens music

Dusty Gannon AKA Goth Dad: humor, theater, therapy, glam, set to music → Read More

The ‘Book Eating Boy’ and his incredible creator, Oliver Jeffers

The ‘Book Eating Boy’ and his incredible creator, Oliver Jeffers → Read More

The Moth: a story-telling movement with a new book on narrative skills

The Moth: a story-telling movement with a new book on narrative skills → Read More

When Memorial Day is more than picnics and barbecue

Spc. Ryan C. King’s family will gather in his memory on May 30 → Read More

Hawks and State Farm Arena seek 5,000 fans to pack a million meals

Hawks and State Farm Arena seek 5,000 fans to pack a million meals → Read More

Horizon Theater stages story of ‘Roe’ as decision faces reversal

Atlanta theater tells abortion battle story in 'Roe' → Read More

Hammonds House reopens after contentious hiatus; announces new season

Hammonds House reopens after contentious hiatus; announces new season → Read More

Atlantans can learn medieval skills for re-building roof of Notre Dame

Atlantans can learn medieval skills for re-building roof of Notre Dame → Read More

Benny Green giving new life to legacy of jazz piano in Atlanta show

Benny Green giving new life to legacy of jazz piano in Atlanta show → Read More

New Alliance Theatre season brings world premiere ‘Water for Elephants’

The Alliance Theatre, Atlanta’s biggest professional theater, announced Wednesday the nine productions it will present during the 2022-2023 season, which will include four premieres on two stages, the Coca-Cola Stage and the Hertz Stage. → Read More

Jazz Fest brings music legends Hancock, Benson, Palmieri to Atlanta

Jazz Fest brings music legends Hancock, Benson, Palmieri to Piedmont → Read More

Savannah and Knoxville music festivals are back, with high hopes

After a three-year pause, Savannah, Georgia, and Knoxville, Tennessee, are finally putting on their famous music festivals, which both begin Thursday, March 24, with great expectations and a few nagging worries. → Read More

Atlanta rocker McDade sketches musical journey in novel and songs

Rocker turned writer Peter McDade has lived several lives, and all of them show up in his latest novel, “Songs by Honeybird” (Wampus Multimedia, $9.99) → Read More

Little Feat revisits a big record: ‘Waiting for Columbus’ in concert

Little Feat performs the full double album, "Waiting for Columbus," in concert → Read More

Atlanta Opera’s new season: Puccini, Mozart, Bernstein and Wagner

Atlanta Opera’s new season: Puccini, Mozart, Bernstein and Wagner → Read More

Rick Wakeman: keyboard genius from Yes, prog rock’s grumpy old man

Rick Wakeman, Yes keyboard genius, will play Atlanta's Variety Playhouse March 9. Both his musical prowess and comedy skills will be on display during the show. → Read More