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Tue October 4, 2011
City Cafe: The Case of the Ten Dollar Art Mystery
A set of mysterious letters going around town are encouraging Atlanta artists and writers to "Follow their narrative urge."
Atlanta, GA – There's a mystery going around. Host John Lemley received an envelope earlier this year containing three puzzling things: a cryptic letter with a clue on it, a slip of paper with a quotation of some sort, and a ten-dollar bill. As the months wore on, other people began receiving similar letters?including WABE's Kate Sweeney, who decided it was time a few of the recipients got together to hash out this mystery.
You can read more about Narrative Urge, the enigmatic force behind the Ten Dollar Art Mystery project?and about the project itself here and here. And if you'd like to try your hand at solving some of the clues yourself, check out this site.