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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 25, 2017

Two Way Street

Exploring the issues, people and events that make Georgia a vibrant place to live, work and play. Saturdays at 4PM and Sundays at 11AM on GPB Radio or streaming live at

February 25, 2017

WorkSource Georgia, The Secret To A Thriving Career

The goal of this team is to improve the quality of job training and marketability of Georgia’s workforce for the economic growth of the state.

February 25, 2017

Digital Pathways To Differentiation

Each year that I have taught inclusion, I am presented with students that fall into all different categories of learning abilities.

February 25, 2017

There’s Still Time To Take The PBS Nerd Challenge

Have you taken the #PBSNerd Challenge yet? Since the competition ends March 3, you still have time.

February 25, 2017

After Kansas Shooting, More Than $1 Million Donated For Victims' Families

Less than a week after a man opened fire in a crowded Kansas bar, killing one man and injuring two others, thousands of strangers from around the world have opened up their wallets to comfort the victims' families. Three separate GoFundMe accounts have between them raised more than $1 million in donations, which they pledge to help with the families' medical expenses. Wednesday's shooting , allegedly carried out by 51-year-old Adam Purinton, targeted two Indian men in Olathe, Kan., a suburb of the Kansas City metro area. Purinton has been arrested and charged with murder and attempted murder for the attack, which witnesses say he opened by shouting racial slurs and yelling, "Get out of my country!" One of the survivors, Alok Madasani, told The New York Times that before the shooting, the man sitting near Madasani and his friend Srinivas Kuchibhotla began addressing them with pointed questions. "He asked us what visa are we currently on and whether we are staying here illegally,"
February 26, 2017

Across The Divide, Identity Politics Unites The Base At Both CPAC And DNC

It's a fascinating thing to watch activists in both American political parties grapple with a way forward in the Trump era. Conservatives gathered outside Washington last week at a convention, the Conservative Political Action Conference, which had been a home for libertarians in recent years. The CPAC annual presidential straw poll has been dominated by people with the last name Paul over the last decade. Former congressman Ron Paul and his son, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, won five of six CPAC straw polls from 2010-2015. Rand Paul didn't even attend this year. And many of his libertarian followers may have stayed home with him, because CPAC this year was very different. Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway predicted on day one of the conference that it was going to be more like "TPAC." And she was right. Trump was greeted as a conquering hero — after a couple of days of CPAC that had been, to borrow a Trump phrase, low energy. But when this president spoke, the room, dotted with red "Make
February 26, 2017

Indonesia Wakes And Up And Smells Its Own Coffee — Then Drinks It

The Indonesian island of Java has long been synonymous with coffee. But it's only in the past decade or so that Indonesians have begun to wake up and smell the coffee — their own, that is. Big changes are brewing in the country's coffee industry, as demand from a rising middle class fuels entrepreneurship and connoisseurship. The trend is clear at places like the Anomali Coffee shop in South Jakarta. It roasts its coffee just inside the entrance on the ground floor. If you walk into the roasting room at just the right moment, as the heat caramelizes the sugars in the coffee beans, it smells like someone is baking cookies. Get close to the roasting machine, and you can hear the beans snap and pop. "It is the bean expanding because of the heat of the core," explains Anomali's founder Irvan Helmi. Anomali Coffee includes a trading company that wholesales to hotels and other businesses. It also has a barista training academy. And upstairs from the roasting ovens is one of its seven cafes.
February 26, 2017

Bill Paxton, Prolific Actor And Star Of 'Titanic' And 'Apollo 13,' Dies At 61

Updated at 12:38 p.m. ET Bill Paxton, prolific actor and big-screen fixture for decades, has died at the age of 61. In a statement released to media outlets Sunday, a family representative says Paxton died of complications from surgery. "A loving husband and father, Bill began his career in Hollywood working on films in the art department and went on to have an illustrious career spanning four decades as a beloved and prolific actor and filmmaker," the statement reads . "Bill's passion for the arts was felt by all who knew him, and his warmth and tireless energy were undeniable." Paxton was perhaps best known for his marquee roles in Hollywood blockbusters. From below the sea, as in Titanic , to out of this world, as in Aliens and Apollo 13 , Paxton starred in dozens of films and even directed a handful himself. More recently, Paxton had been focusing on the small screen. His role as a polygamist in HBO's Big Love earned him Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. And Paxton played the lead
February 26, 2017

Banned Nerve Agent Killed Kim Jong Nam Within 20 Minutes, Malaysia Says The nerve agent smeared onto the face of Kim Jong Nam, estranged half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jon Un, was administered in such a high dose it killed him within 20 minutes, according Malaysia's health minister. "The doses were so high and it did it so fast and all over the body, so it would have affected his heart, it would have affected his lungs, it would have affected everything," Subramaniam Sathasivam said at a news conference Sunday. Since Kim Jong Nam's death at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Feb. 13, speculation has swirled that the eldest Kim brother, who was exiled more than a decade ago, was assassinated by the North Korean government — a charge North Korea has denied. Suspicions were only stoked further with last week's revelation by Malaysian police that the poison used to kill him was VX nerve agent, which is classified as a weapon of mass destruction and banned by the international Chemical Weapons
February 26, 2017

Savannah Music Festival: Battle Between Brahms & Tchaikovsky Comes to Life in Multimedia Performance

In its 28th season, the Savannah Music Festival draws musicians and audiences from around the world for concerts and unique musical performances. Festival director Rob Gibson shares more about Brahms...

February 24, 2017

Savannah Stopover Spotlight: Julien Baker Brings Big Emotion & Critical Acclaim

Savannah Stopover Music Festival shines a spotlight on musicians who are on the rise. Festival founder Kayne Lanahan and Peter Robaudo say it’s a great chance to bring to Savannah stages artists who...

February 24, 2017
Staff Favorites

TWIA (This Week In Augusta) Week of 02/27/17 | Styx, Shakespeare, Cinderella, Dwight Yoakam - lots to choose from!

(Event date: Tue 02/28)   The Michael C. Carlos Museum Traveling Exhibit and Programs at the Augusta Library continues tomorrow with “Big Kid Storytime Goes to Ancient Egypt.” The event features the...

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February 24, 2017
Georgia at Work

Georgia’s Creative Industries Pour $62 BILLION Into The State. That Means More Jobs For Georgians.

The film industry isn’t just a marketing tool for all the great things the state can offer. It’s a strong, vibrant, and lasting part of the economy.

February 23, 2017
Education Matters

What's The Connection Between Civic Engagement And Civics Education?

Whether it was this fascinating election season or a wider trend in education, an increasing number of organizations are joining an already crowded field attempting to reinvigorate civics education....

Whether it was this fascinating election season or a wider trend in education, an increasing number of organizations are joining an already crowded field attempting to reinvigorate civics education.

February 23, 2017

Education Blogs

What's The Connection Between Civic Engagement And Civics Education?

Whether it was this fascinating election season or a wider trend in education, an increasing number of organizations are joining an already crowded...

February 23, 2017

Digital Pathways To Differentiation

Differentiation is often a word that is drilled into our brains early on in our teaching careers.  For myself, I have heard that magic word...

February 21, 2017

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

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