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Daryl Fazio

Theatrical Outfit continues its season of conversation-starting plays with “Boy.” This time, conversations center on gender identity and love: of other people and of ourselves.

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Based on a true story, the play introduces Adam Turner as an adult and unfolds with scenes from his childhood. Born male, a doctor convinces his parents to raise him as a girl after an accident, a choice that leaves Adam (raised as Samantha) in search of a truer self.

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Hollis Callaway

Pamplemousse, orange, berry and lime are just a few of flavors of the sparking drink brand La Croix. The brand, and sparkling water in general, have become increasingly popular over the past few years, and now, sparkling water consumer in Atlanta have a new choice on the market. It's a locally-sourced drink called Montane.

“City Lights” host Lois Reitzes spoke with Montane’s founder Hollis Callaway about the drink, sparkling water’s popularity and the spring where he sources the water, which has been in his family for about a century.


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The curators behind a new retrospective call artist Beverly Buchanan "a singular voice within art history."

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The black and queer artist started doing art fulltime in 1977 when she was in her late thirties after a career in public health in New York. Also in 1977, she made the move to Georgia, where she ended up spending most of her adult life.