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In this final episode of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Go Atlanta podcast, AJC’s Bo Emerson catches up with riverkeeper Sally Bethea as she reflects on her 20 years of river conservation stories. You’ll also hear how new laws have put a damper on drag shows across the country and what drag performers in Atlanta are doing about it.   As expected in last week’s episode, SAG-AFTRA union members are walking the picket lines, largely shutting down film and TV production in the United States. Shane Harrison talks about the strike rally held by hundreds of Atlanta actors at a Forest Park union hall.   Ligaya Figueras talks about the Michelin rating system adding Atlanta to its coverage list and what it means for local restaurants and diners. Plus, hear about a butter breakthrough, as Ligaya tells you about a woman who preaches the gospel of butter and has invented the best-selling butter dish in the United States. She also shares all the latest restaurant openings and a look at what’s to come.   Thanks for joining us on Go Atlanta. It’s been a pleasure.     Links to today’s topics: Keeping the Chattahoochee: Reviving and Defending a Great Southern River Hundreds of Atlanta actors hold strike rally For good or bad, Atlanta is about to become a Michelin city America’s #1 selling butter dish Anti-drag backlash: ‘Things are going backwards’ Lil Baby opens seafood restaurant Higher Taste opens in Little Five Points Breaker Breaker opening on Eastside BeltLine Atlanta restaurant bog Atlanta Open Atlanta Ice Cream Festival Tomato Feast at La Tavola Great Tasting Westside Meet our pet of the week at Fulton County Animal Services     Subscribe to the AJC: If you aren’t a subscriber to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, click here to get unlimited digital access to the AJC at a special price.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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New superheroes are in training at God U in the Boys spinoff series Gen V. Billy the Puppet and John Kramer are back for more tortuous kills in Saw X. Paul Dano, Pete Davidson, and America Ferrera star in the true story about the Gamestop short squeeze, Dumb Money. The Simpsons returns for its 35th season. Supposed Bling Ring leader Rachel Lee speaks for the first time about the thefts in the documentary The Ringleader: The Case of the Bling Ring. Plus, Hollywood trivia, our Sound Bite of the Week from the trailer for Big Mouth, and entertainment headlines, including Christina Aguilera executive-producing a stage musical version of Burlesque, and the death of Dumbledore actor Michael Gambon. More at,, and @EW on X (formerly Twitter) and @EntertainmentWeekly everywhere else. Host/Writer/Producer Gerrad Hall (@gerradhall); Producer: Ashley Boucher (@ashleybreports) and Alamin Yohannes (@AlaminYohannes); Editor: Samee Junio (@it_your_sam); Writers: Calie Schepp, Dustin Nelson. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit