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Introducing GPB Passport

GPB Passport is the new member benefit that provides you with extended access to an on-demand library of quality local and national public television programming, including tens of thousands of hours of your favorite programs.

February 20, 2017

Today on On Second Thought

E&E News reporter Amanda Reilly joins us to talk about the latest development in a decades-old water war. Listen today at 9 AM or streaming live at

February 20, 2017

Political Rewind

Tune in for a special Political Rewind today at 2 PM as Bill Nigut and guests discuss the state of affairs between the president and the media.

February 20, 2017

Gaming The Classroom Is Not What You Think

Games are not only making our kids smarter but their application in education can yield amazing results.

February 20, 2017

Top Five Reasons Why You Should Take The PBS Nerd Challenge

This month we’re celebrating the joy of being a nerd. But we can’t do it alone.

February 20, 2017

Battle For Nerf Blaster Supremacy

There’s a war in Marietta, Georgia. It is a Nerf War. The members of the Southeast Nerf Club meet at East Cobb Park once a month to shoot for foam dart supremacy. "On Second Thought" intern Keenan Jones was on the front lines and brought back this audio postcard.
February 20, 2017

The Burning Problem Of China's Garbage

Sitting inside a glass-encased cockpit, two men fiddle with joysticks controlling giant claws outside. They look like they're playing at a vending machine at a mall, where you try to grasp a stuffed animal. But these are engineers. The claws they're manipulating are as big as houses, and they're sifting through hundreds of tons of garbage thrown away by the world's largest consumer class. Trash is piling up in China — more than 520,000 tons a day . No other country on the planet produces more, and China's government has concluded the best way to get rid of it is to burn it at incinerators like this one, the Gao'antun incinerator power plant run by the Chaoyang district of Beijing. "Our emissions from burning the garbage are well below EU standards, and our technology is ahead of incinerators in the U.S.," says Chen Hui, the plant's chief engineer. This incinerator was opened nine months ago. The heat from burning garbage at more than 1,000 degrees Celsius produces enough electricity to
February 20, 2017

The 'Haze Craze': Beer Lovers' Newfound Obsession With Murky IPAs

About 13 years ago, The Alchemist brewery in Waterbury, Vt., released a new IPA called Heady Topper. The brewer, John Kimmich, had decided to neither filter nor pasteurize the beer — both common methods of extending a commercial beer's shelf life. The result was an IPA thicker with the microscopic compounds and particulates that add flavor and aroma. Customers noticed and praised the beer as being especially tasty. They also noticed the beer's appearance: Heady Topper was unusually murky and opaque, almost like orange juice. Even though Kimmich says the beer's turbidity was never a concern of his, it became a point of focus for many of his customers. Other brewers noticed, too, and some began making their own hazy IPAs. For the next decade, the style remained modestly popular as an East Coast specialty. Then, a few months ago, hazy IPAs exploded onto the national beer scene. No one can explain this sudden explosion, but beers with the appearance of pulpy fruit juice have swept across
February 20, 2017

Music Minute: Coy Bowles Of Zac Brown Band

Today’s music minute features a member of one of Georgia’s most popular bands. Coy Bowles of the Atlanta-based Zac Brown Band was born on this day in Thomaston in 1979. Bowles is a multi-instrumentalist and a songwriter for the band. He’s credited with co-writing three #1 country singles, including this song, "Colder Weather." Bowles graduated from Georgia State University with a degree in Jazz Studies. He joined the Zach Brown Band in 2007 and helped the group become one of the biggest country acts in the nation. The Zac Brown Band will be playing two shows at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in May.
February 20, 2017

Whoops: Michelin Star Goes To Wrong French Restaurant

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February 20, 2017
Georgia at Work

What Is Georgia@Work, And Who Is Its Author?

I’m the communications specialist tasked with highlighting all of the amazing things the Workforce Division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) can do for you, my fellow...

February 20, 2017
Staff Favorites

TWIA (This Week In Augusta) Week of 02/20/17 | Half Marathon, Musical, Wind Ensemble, Chamber Music, More!

(Event date: Thu 02/23)    This Thursday from 1:30-2:20pm, Walton Options for Independent Living hosts “Identity Theft: Independent Life Skills Training” at the Walton Options for Independent Living...

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February 17, 2017

American Traditions Competiton Draws Vocalists from Across America to Savannah Next Week

The 24th annual American Traditions Competition will bring vocalists from around the country to Savannah next week where they will compete to win the Gold Medal and cash prize.

February 17, 2017
Georgia at Work

WorkSource Georgia, The Secret To A Thriving Career

We are WorkSource Georgia, and we work to connect talent with opportunity.

February 16, 2017
Education Matters

Gaming The Classroom Is Not What You Think

"I actually think that Carmen Sandiego is probably the most important video game ever made," says Gabe Zichermann, "principally because it was the first and last time that parents, teachers, and kids...

"I actually think that Carmen Sandiego is probably the most important video game ever made," says Gabe Zichermann, "principally because it was the first and last time that parents,...

February 16, 2017

Education Blogs

Gaming The Classroom Is Not What You Think

"I actually think that Carmen Sandiego is probably the most important video game ever made," says Gabe Zichermann, "principally...

February 16, 2017

Teaching With HeART

All students at King Springs Elementary School attend Art. We are divided into two campuses and I teach our 2nd-5th graders, which is approximately...

February 13, 2017

The Math, Science And History Of Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is more than a time to pass out candy and cards. It’s a day that inspires engineering, a walk into ancient history, and...

February 8, 2017

Education Spotlight

Georgia Race Through Time

Help Savannah and Peaches beat the clock and show off your knowledge of Georgia history with GPB’s new history adventure game!

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