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Latest Atlanta News

Former CNN President Tom Johnson On A Lifetime In Journalism

I’m really thrilled about this edition of “Political Rewind.” For some time, we’ve hoped to coax into our studio a man who became one of the important leaders of print and broadcast journalism in the 20th and early 21st centuries. We finally persuaded Tom Johnson to join us and share stories about his life and career.
May 26, 2017

Freddy Cole Keeps Nat King Cole's Legacy Alive

At this weekend’s Atlanta Jazz Festival , singer Freddy Cole takes the stage. Cole is the younger brother of jazz great Nat King Cole. Freddy released an album last year called " He Was The King ," a tribute to his brother, Nat. We talked with Freddy about his storied career, and his brother’s legacy. Freddy Cole performs Sunday at 9 p.m. at the Atlanta Jazz Festival . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-7KlgunOLc
May 26, 2017

The Breakroom: Movie Sequels, Classroom Violence, Flight Music

The Breakroom gang joins guest host Adam Ragusea to weigh in on the week's news. The panel includes Ed Sohn of Thomson Reuters, Fayette County Commissioner Steve Brown , Savannah Magazine editor Amy Condon , and Amber Scott of the non-profit Leap Year.
May 26, 2017

Gucci Mane's New Album 'Droptopwop' Is The Climax To One Redemptive Year

A year ago today, Gucci Mane emerged from an Indiana federal penitentiary a slimmer, sober, reformed version of his old self. Though still confined to house arrest, the Atlanta rapper quickly began picking up the pieces of a career left in limbo when he received a 39-month sentence on gun and drug charges in 2014. The trap god's legend continued to mushroom during his time away. Meanwhile, the scrappy wave of local rappers and producers he'd ushered into the game, from Future and Young Thug to Mike WiLL Made-It and Metro Boomin, saw their stock rise to the point of eclipsing their mentor's pop resonance. But none of that stopped Gucci from returning to his established grind. Already notorious for his fast-paced work ethic in the studio, he recorded his first album Everybody Looking in six days. The same day the LP debuted, he took to the stage of his hometown's stately Fox Theatre for a homecoming concert that found him glistening like a gold-plated Gucci next to girlfriend and future
May 26, 2017

Atlanta Blog Posts

Telling Atlanta's History Through Crowd-Sourcing

Crowd-sourcing isn’t a common way to curate a history exhibit but that's how the Atlanta History Center opted to put together a new show about...

February 16th, 2016

Atlanta's First Private Club For Millennials

There’s a new private club opening its doors in Atlanta. The Gathering Spot bills itself as the city’s first private club for millennials, where...

January 26th, 2016

Raising Startup Money: A Woman's Perspective

Cardiologist Sheila Woodhouse discovered how difficult raising startup money can be when she founded the company DoxMed, which provides an app that...

December 23rd, 2015

Launching A Startup: Lessons Learned

Although Georgia tops a recent national list of women-owned businesses, only a fraction of technology businesses are founded and led by women....

December 22nd, 2015