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LARKIN POE

After a remarkable two-year run that saw them earn a #1 album and GRAMMY® Award nomination while touring the world from Nashville to New Zealand and back again, Larkin Poe have returned with what is undeniably their most wide-reaching, artistically adventurous, and self-determined work to date. Once again taking the producer reins and releasing on their own Tricki-Woo Records label, SELF MADE MAN – which follows 2018’s chart-topping, GRAMMY® Award-nominated fourth studio album, VENOM & FAITH – sees the multi-instrumentalist sister duo, comprised of the Atlanta-bred, Nashville-based Rebecca and Megan Lovell, pushing their music and message towards hitherto unexplored terrain, inspired by their epic world travels yet still powerfully rooted in the creative heritage of their beloved American South.Photo Credit: BreeMarie Fish

 

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Best neighborhood to visit?

Our favorite neighborhood in Atlanta is Little Five Points. Parking is a bit tricky, but once you get situated, Little Five Points is eclectic and fun; there are lots of cool shops to visit and delicious eats to tempt, not to mention being home to the Variety Playhouse – one of Atlanta’s best music venues.

Looking for something outdoors?

“Swing up to the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park in Kennesaw, GA for 2,923-acres of hiking trails. We highly recommend the Pigeon Hill Trail.”

SISTER LOUISA’S CHURCH OF THE LIVING ROOM AND PING PONG EMPORIUM

Our favorite local bar is Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room & Ping Pong Emporium. The vibe is holy — television and smoking aren’t allowed, but ping pong, karaoke, tarot readings, and fine libations are the coin of the land. Roll up and prepare for a good time.

– Curated By Larkin Poe

RAG-O-RAMA

Our favorite boutique is Rag-O-Rama in Little Five Points; if you’re a little left-of-center with your styling, or looking to support sustainable fashion, you can always find something zany and cool at Rag-O-Rama!”

– Curated By Larkin Poe

 

“Rag-O-Rama is one of our favorite shops and has lots of cool things.”

– Curated By Microwave

MARY MAC’S TEA HOUSE

“Mary Mac’s Tea Room. Order the tomato pie and prepare to have your mind blown. The tea room originally opened in 1945 and has been open continuously for the intervening 70 years!”

– Curated By Larkin Poe

AURORA COFFEE

For all your caffeine needs, hit up Aurora Coffee in Little Five Points; they make a mean almond milk latte.

– Curated By Larkin Poe


“Aurora in Little 5 Points is our favorite coffee shop. Even if you just get a regular cup of coffee, it’s real good.”
– Curated By Microwave

CRIMINAL RECORDS

“[They] sell Funko Pops, which I love!”

-Curated By Boregard.

 

“Our favorite record shop is Criminal Records in Little Five Points; the vibe is relaxed and the records are diverse.”
– Curated By Larkin Poe


Criminal Records. We’ve performed there a few times and they’ve always been kind to us.”
Curated By Microwave

 

“My favorite local record store in Atlanta is definitely Criminal Records in Little Five Points. They have been a pillar in the community for so long.”
– Curated by Ceelo Green

 

“Criminal Records is my favorite local record store”
– Curated by Big Boi