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This is so difficult to tell you.
We came to a really hard decision this weekend. We’re closing Dough. The last day will be Sunday, September 14th.
You guys have been the best customers ever. You’ve been kind and patient as we built the business from it’s first Stealth Sunday experiments. And we’re going to miss you.
We love how Dough has become a community hub and Sundays are really magical. Friends and families meeting up for a lazy Sunday breakfast, meeting each other, making new friends. We hope something else rises to fill the void.
Our employees are almost as sad as we are about this. They’re awesome folks and if you know of any job openings that would be a good fit, please pass them along: [email protected].
Atlanta is a small town for such a big city and if we don’t see you this week, I’m sure we’ll see you around.
Thanks for the memories,
Avicii accepts the Favorite Electronic Dance Music Artist award onstage during the 2013 American Music Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on November 24, 2013 in Los Angeles,
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Avicii has indefinitely canceled all scheduled performances, citing health concerns.
Reps for Avicii (real name Tim Bergling) confirmed to Billboard that that all touring and promotional activities have been suspended, pending the Swedish dance star’s recovery from lingering health issues related to the surgeries that removed his gallbladder and appendix earlier this year.
Those same surgeries forced Bergling to miss his headlining slot at the 2014 Ultra Music Festival, as well as his Las Vegas residencies during the month of April.
Newly affected performances will include his headlining slot at TomorrowWorld later this month, as well as Las Vegas residencies at XS and Encore Beach Club and a scheduled Asian tour in October.
According to his reps, Avicii will recuperate in his native Stockholm until he has recovered the strength and physical well being necessary to resume work on his second artist album next year.
Beginning with his 308 GTS Quattrovalvole, the vast number of Ferraris in Bachman’s garage is not the sole factor to impress – additionally Phil seeks out the last model to leave the Ferrari factory in any given production run, and in some cases Phil must endure a wait of several years. The majority of Phil’s collection is dominated by yellow Ferraris, as a response to the archetypical Ferrari red, while standout models include a 1967 275 GTB/4, a 1975 365 GT4 BB, and a 2003 Enzo. To read the full interview, click here.
Next Saturday 9.13 #mayweathermaidana2 and #MexicanIndependence Weekend! @Trystnightclub,i Will Be On The 1s and 2s !
Atlanta’s own, Jermaine Dupri, stopped by our office with his boy Royce Rizzy to talk about a bunch of different topics, including his sneaker game. JD, who showed up rocking the classic ‘DMP’ 7s, let us know that although he is a true sneaker connoisseur, it’s strictly Js when it comes to his footwear.
Jermaine says he has been all-in on the Jordan Brand movement since the early 90s, and his OG collection of Jordans reflects that statement. He’s not above rocking retros, but he notes the quality is no where close to what it once was. Luckily, Jordan Brand is remastering their lineup for 2015.
We also asked JD what he would like to accomplish if he ever collaborated on a sneaker with JB, and he let us know that a ‘Blackout’ Air Jordan 11 complete with matte black finishes would be his first move.