Thousands of Athenians and visitors celebrated Halloween by letting their freak flag fly at the 10th annual Wild Rumpus Parade and Spectacle Saturday, Oct. 27. Check out some of Flagpole photographer Savannah Cole's shots from the event below:
Photo Credit: Savannah Cole
Athens is a city filled with music—but it’s also, of course, the home of the defending SEC champion Georgia Bulldogs football team, which heads to Jacksonville for its annual battle with Florida this Saturday.
This year's Boo-Le-Bark on the Boulevard Halloween dog parade took place last Sunday, Oct. 14 and featured some of Athens' finest pups strutting their stuff in homemade costumes galore. Flagpole photographer Savannah Cole was there to capture the cuteness:
Photo Credit: Athens Rising
The first full-length documentary in a planned series "that aims to celebrate the creative class in the Classic City," filmmaker James Preston's Athens Rising: The Sicyon Project chronicles Athens' multifaceted arts and music scenes, with an additional focus on dance, food, comedy, theater, festival culture and more.
After watching director Panos Cosmatos' Mandy, my friend Kris Deason described it as "a baking-soda-infused, water-soluble, completely smokable concentration of Heavy Metalmagazine… like a nightmare where the worst monster you can imagine comes for you and you stomp its dick."
That's really the only review you need, but here are a few more words of praise.
Photo Credit: courtesy of the University of Georgia
A documentary on the first black student to graduate from the University of Georgia will air on Georgia Public Broadcasting at 10:30 p.m. today and again at 11 a.m. Sunday.
Mary Frances Early: The Quiet Trailblazer premiered in Atlanta last week, and an on-campus screening is being arranged, according to the university.
The film was co-produced by Maurice Daniels, professor and dean emeritus of the UGA School of Social Work, and Michelle Cook, vice provost for diversity, inclusion and strategic initiatives. It is narrated by former WSB-TV anchor Monica Pearson.
Photo Credit: Kristin M. Bradshaw/UGA Athletics
Saturday's UGA football game against Middle Tennessee State, which was originally slated for a 7:15 p.m. kickoff at Sanford Stadium, has been moved to noon, according to an announcement from the UGA Athletic Association. The game will be televised on ESPNews and the ESPN app.
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