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Conversations with GPB Media's President

The Daily Jog

Sprint for nerdy, techy fun

Tails of the City

Get it? Tails

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Passion For Learning

Is it June yet?

SciTech Now Georgia

Science and Tech in Georgia

The Jazz Spot

Listening with the smooth sound of Massani

Your GPB

A new way to experience GPB!

On Second Thought

Timely, pegged conversations about all topics relating to Georgia and Atlanta.

Desperate for Downton

Get the low-down on the Abbey

Family

Stuff just got real

Fast Forward

The Force may be with you

Generation Nation

From Boomers to Millennials

Best of Public Radio

Here's what's up with GPB Radio!

Georgia Traveler

Tour GA from your couch

Lawmakers

Following Georgia politics

News Muse

Conversations on the latest headlines.

Georgia Works

Jobs for Georgians

GPB Sports Blog

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GPB Welcomes New Education Team

GPB’s Education and Digital Media division is excited to introduce a new education team! My role will be Education Project Manager for the group and Shayla McGhee and Margaret Blackwell will serve as the Education Curriculum Specialists. The team will...

May the Fourth Be With You!

For all you Star Wars fans out there (like me!), May the Fourth is an important day. It’s a day to celebrate all things Star Wars. It can also be a great way to incorporate and discuss key literary elements in the classroom, such as archetypes. In a lesson...

The Uncanny Super Giveaway!

If you have a mutant-like immunity to pollen, spent the majority of the year in a Krytonian healing coma, or your previous stint in Arkham Asylum left you so far removed from time that your only awareness of the outside world rests heavily on Facebook trends...

Downton Abbey: How Do You Think It Should End?

In an open letter to "Downton Abbey" creator/producer, Julian Fellowes published in USA Today Wednesday, authors Valerie Bowman and Ashlyn Macnamara gave suggestions on how season six should end the show. Axe the Bates’ in jail storyline already, they...

Two in a Row

Make it two straight GHSA state gymnastic titles for the Lady Wolves of Buford High School. Coach Amanda Allen’s team tallied a total of 111.425 points to proudly perch themselves on top of the state championship mountain with Carrollton finishing second...

Must-Have Music for Every Generation

I recently came across an article on Huffington Post wherein the author mused on what songs/artists from the Boomer generation should be on every Millennial's playlist. He did not include the obvious - like Elvis, the Beatles, the Stones, Aretha, Michael...

Fathers Change Diapers, Too

The signs appear here and there as I maneuver my way around the Swedish capital city of Stockholm. On the bus, a professionally-dressed thirty-something rests a protective arm on an infant-laden perambulator while using his free hand to grip the elbow of a...

State Representative Brooks Coleman & His Clocks

They say “time waits for no man.”  Maybe it doesn't, but Georgia is home to a trove of timepieces that have clearly been waiting for a guy like State Representative Brooks Coleman to come along. Coleman, who lives in Duluth, was first...

Cougars Kicking It

The Chattahoochee boys soccer team is off to a fantastic start. The Cougars won their first sixteen games, giving the team a sparkling 16-0 record before losing a heartbreaker to Roswell, 1-0, this week. The Cougars are ranked No. 1 in Class 6A. Coach Les...

A Dynamic Dynasty

The Girls GHSA Tennis Championships are underway and once again, the team to beat in Class 6A is the Lady Raiders of Walton. The Walton Girls team has an outstanding pedigree, as they've won sixteen state championships in tennis, including the first in 1991...

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