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ATL's Reality | How Diet Science Confuses Us | Civil War Prison In GA

Do shows like “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” or “Atlanta Plastic” accurately depict what it’s like to live and work in Atlanta? Plus, with all the scientific research about...

December 10, 2015

One Year Of Atlanta Streetcar | Covering Black Deaths

The Atlanta Streetcar is coming up on its first birthday, so GPB reporter Sam Whitehead brings us a report card on how the transportation system is doing one year in. Plus, some of the year’s most...

December 9, 2015

MARTA Army Works To Improve Atlanta Transit

Imagine a public transit system having its own army. Atlanta’s MARTA does. The two-month old MARTA Army is a group of volunteers working to make mass transit more personal. Founded in September by...

November 18, 2015

Generation After Generation In Poverty In Georgia

This week, we explore the causes and complexities of poverty being passed down in a family from generation to generation. For some Georgians, like Lucille Perry, working 3 jobs is the new normal in...

November 9, 2015

Teaching Telenovelas | Squirrel Census | Logical Fallacies

Telenovelas are Spanish language entertainment known for over-the-top storylines, but a class at the University of Georgia examines how telenovelas reflect and shape the everyday lives of those who...

October 13, 2015

The Many Myths of 'Cabbagetown'

September 18, 2015

The Many Myths of 'Cabbagetown'

"Cabbagetown" is a unique name for a neighborhood. It’s east of downtown Atlanta – less than 100 acres of narrow streets and shotgun houses so close together a shotgun blast might pass through...

September 18, 2015

The Many Myths of 'Cabbagetown'

"Cabbagetown" is a unique name for a neighborhood. It’s east of downtown Atlanta – less than 100 acres of narrow streets and shotgun houses so close together a shotgun blast might pass through...

September 18, 2015

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