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City Lights with Lois Reitzes

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"City Lights" explores the ways in which people express themselves creatively and enhance our lives.

In addition to a wide range of music, "City Lights" covers theater, dance, pop culture, visual arts and more. WABE has long been a partner with many organizations in Atlanta and through "City Lights" we're deepening those relationships to serve our community with even greater arts and cultural content. 

Courtesy of Atlanta Film Society

When you go to the movie theater, you might see a film that went through dozens of rounds of focus groups, cost tens of millions (or hundreds of millions) of dollars to make and spent a year in post-production.

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Or, you might see a film with a much more modest budget, made with a crew of less than 50 and one camera. These are just some of differences between an independent film and one made with a major film studio like Columbia Pictures and 20th Century Fox.

Courtesy of Nichole Palmietto

Found Stages is exactly what it sounds like. The roving theater company takes theater off the stage and into untraditional spaces.

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City Lights: Fall TV Music; 'Empty Rooms'; And More

Sep 18, 2017
Fox / Associated Press

Monday on "City Lights with Lois Reitzes":

Rod Reilly

Charlotte the spider and Wilbur the pig are classic characters in the classic story of friendship: E.B. White’s children’s novel “Charlotte’s Web.”

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The book came out in 1952, and since then has been adapted into films, a musical, a video game and, also, a puppet show.

The Center for Puppetry Arts opens “Charlotte’s Web” next week. "City Lights" host Lois Reitzes spoke with puppeteers Amy Sweeney and Nikolas Carleo about the production and White’s enduring story.

Atlanta's Dulcé Sloan Makes Her 'Daily Show' Debut

Sep 15, 2017
Courtesy of KP Comedy

Raised in a joke-cracking family, Dulcé Sloan was introduced to standup comedy at the Laughing Skull Lounge in Atlanta. She also attributes the Laughing Skull as the place where she honed her craft, which just landed her as the newest correspondent on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.”

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She made her debut last week and spoke with "City Lights" host Lois Reitzes about what she has planned for her time on the show.

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