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Myke Johns

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Myke Johns was hired in 2006 to edit for a few hours a week. Since then, he has run through traffic on Marietta Streetridden shotgun in a speeding racecar, and spent many late nights with actors and athletes alike.

His work has won awards from the Georgia Association of Broadcasters and the Georgia APME.

In addition to his reckless behavior here, he also serves as co-producer of WRITE CLUB Atlanta, a competitive philanthropic literary event.

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The upcoming Atlanta concert calendar features two of the biggest names in metal and rock 'n' roll. Contributor Mara Davis joins host emeritus Steve Goss for a look ahead with Mara's Music Mix.

Courtesy of Vernal & Sere Theatre

One young Atlanta theater company is giving a 2500-year-old play an update. 

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Vernal & Sere Theatre is presenting their take on the story of Medea — the former princess who takes vengeance on her husband by killing his new wife as well as her own children. They're calling the show "Medea Unborn."

The show is in performance at the Robert Mello Studio in Doraville and runs through July 14.

Courtesy of Joseph Guay

There's a new wall dominating the view on the corner of 10th Street and Howell Mill Road. It's not part of a new construction, it's an art installation by Atlanta artist Joseph Guay. The work takes the idea of the proposed border wall between the U.S. and Mexico and presents one massive 40-foot section of it.

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The Beatles pose for photographers during a press conference in New York on Monday, August 23, 1966. The group wound up their current U.S. tour with a concert in New York. L-R: Ringo Starr; Paul McCartney; John Lennon; and George Harrison.
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The Fab Four will get a little boost in numbers this weekend, thanks to the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus. The group is presenting a program of Beatles songs.

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"Revolution: The Music of the Beatles" takes place at the Rialto Center for the Arts Friday and Saturday, June 30 and July 1.

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This holiday weekend, Atlanta concert halls and clubs are playing host to R&B acts and singer-songwriters, both legendary and on-the-rise.

Contributor Mara Davis joins host emeritus Steve Goss to give the weekly rundown with "Mara's Music Mix."

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