Tag Archives: party

What Atlantans Like About Kwanza Hall

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On a gorgeous spring afternoon, WaySouth Media cams went to Atlanta City Council District 2’s councilperson’s, Kwanza Hall’s, re-election kickoff party. Inman Park neighborhood. Atlanta, Georgia. Sunday March 22, 2009. We asked people at the event what it was that they liked about Kwanza Hall. Their answers are on the vid!

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Scenes from Election Night in Atlanta, GA 200

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I’d have shot more, but I got tired of schlepping gear around so I went home early.

UPDATE: Shelby Highsmith has THE winning moment from Manuel’s Tavern here.

Network Solutions Atlanta Networking Event 10-21-08

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Network Solutions Atlanta Networking Event

Originally uploaded by shashiBellamkonda

Giving away the iPhone and heading off the grid. Not really, but I like the concept.

Jewel Of The South

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A PR professional in Chicago was lamenting, on his blog just yesterday, about how politicians and journalists and PR types never got together anymore to just “hang out.” Chicago must not have a party master with a little black book the likes of longtime Atlanta PR pro, Tom Houck’s.

Along with the Atlanta Press Club, Houck hosted a happy hour on the stunning rooftop garden lounge of Maxim Prime on Marietta St., across the street from CNN headquarters. When seen from such a perspective, all the many woes Atlanta struggles with daily down below seemed beautifully way off somewhere else.

What was up on last night on the rooftop was a wild mix of journalists, PR, and politicians Chicago would have drooled over. Along with a crush of election year political hopefuls, has-been power players, (former) U.S. Senators, geeks, writers, chefs, musicians, critics, Olympic gold medalists, players, shucksters, jivers, impresarios, models, aging party gals, cable TV pioneers from way back when, the latest batch of interns to oogle, anchors, reporters, crooks, liars, old money, new money, print, TV, radio, hot air talk show blowers, and, of course, media mavens and bloggers.

At one point, the rope line wait for entry was up to half hour long. And still they waited to get in. The party would ebb and flow for a good three hours, until this blogger’s heels started yelling “leave NOW.”

Way to go APC. Looks like you’re back on the very competitive Atlanta social scene map. (As long as you can stay out of that deadly dull Commerce Club.) I made a little video photo stream with you OTP’ers in mind. That’s right here. Enjoy.