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Historic South (Macon)

Gerald Bryant explores the Music and Sports Halls of Fame and finds the geographic center of Georgia, we think. David Zelski visits Fitzgerald and meets some interesting residents. Phil Proctor helps...

March 24, 2014

Historic South (Augusta)

We'll visit the boyhood home of America's 28th President and the State Botanical Gardens in Athens. We discover the comedic duo Laurel and Hardy in Harlem while Phil Proctor finds healthy food for...

March 24, 2014

Mountains West (Rome)

Rome is our destination city, where we visit the point where the Oostanaula, Etowah, and Coosa rivers meet and see a famous statue at City Hall. We'll venture far north to the iconic landmark of Rock...

March 24, 2014

Mountains East (Dahlonega)

Dahlonega, site of America's first gold rush, is our destination city, where we visit the Smith House restaurant and Wolf Mountain Vineyards. David Zelski explores Elberton, the Granite Capital of...

March 24, 2014

Coast North (Savannah)

Enter the world of upper crust 19th-century Savannah and tour the beautiful home of Scottish cotton merchant Andrew Low. David Zelski gets some much needed therapy from Spy the Ox at the Melon Bluff...

March 24, 2014

Coast South (St. Simons)

St. Simons Island is the destination city where we explore mysterious tree spirits, historic Christ Church, colonial foundations at Fort Frederica and a lighthouse that dates to 1872. David Zelski...

March 24, 2014

Episode 212: Corridor Z

We explore Georgia 520, known as Corridor Z, from Albany to St. Simons Island. David enjoys the family fun at the Parks at Chehaw while Phil finds great food at Jimmie’s Hotdogs, both in Albany. We...

March 24, 2014

Buckle Up For New Episodes of Georgia Traveler

The following Article is from Your GPB Digital Magazine. Click here to download the iPad App. What happens when you combine a former Gamecock offensive lineman, a Phi Beta Kappa daredevil, an MTV...

September 3, 2013

Pick, Cook, and Keep Great Georgia Products

As a country girl living in the city, I cannot escape my love for fresh, local foods. We grew much of our own when I was growing up, but that’s no longer an option at my family’s city dwelling....

August 14, 2013

Want to be a Famous Filmmaker

Could You Be The Next Famous Filmmaker From Georgia? If you were a filmmaker and trying to capture Georgia, what would that look like? They say the only terrain Georgia doesn’t possess is desert –...

July 16, 2013

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