ATL Craft brings witchcraft to Edgewood

From a young age, Haley Murphy recognized that she had what she refers to as “spiritual gifts.” Murphy’s the driving force behind ATL Craft, touted as Atlanta’s witchcraft store and community space. The new shop recently opened its doors on Edgewood Avenue in a shared retail space with artist/entrepreneur Grant Henry, owner of the elaborately named bar Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room & Ping Pong Emporium.

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Local Wiccans have own perspective on Proctors-bound ‘Wicked’ – Times Union

Several members of the Assembly of Capital District Pagans were happy to step “out of the broom closet” and discuss their religion and how it’s depicted in the hit show and in the original novel by Albany native Gregory Maguire. According to Rising, most pagans use rituals to honor the cycles of the sun and the moon. In the realms of comedy, fairy tale and horror, there’s no shortage of witches in popular culture.

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