Atlanta Twestival in Detail(s)

Last night at Hub Atlanta a bunch of people met up for the Atlanta “Twestival” organized by my friend Sam Lawrence.  For a $10 donation to the humanitarian organization Concern, participants were treated to free Chipotle burritos and then drinks at Cypress Street Pint & Plate.  Money raised by Concern went to benefit the people of Haiti.
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6 thoughts on “Atlanta Twestival in Detail(s)

  1. FYI, the former Braves’ mascot is named Chief Knock-a-homa. One of the greatest (and most culturally insensitive) mascots of all time.

  2. Chief Nok-a-Homa was an actual guy dressed up as an Indian. Homer the Brave, prior to his reimagination of a giant baseballhead, was a man with the indian head that was modeled after the logo.

  3. Josh, good to know! Sorry for the incorrect correction, and keep up the great work! I subscribe to your blog on Google Reader and really dig it.

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