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Give Back On Georgia Gives Day

The holidays are here, which means opportunities to give back to the community.November 12th is Georgia Gives Day, when people donate to their favorite non-profit organization to give back their...

November 12, 2015

Macon's Midnight Miracle

On Friday around 4:15 I was wrapping up a few loose ends at work before the Labor Day weekend. I was looking forward to staying home, getting things done around the house and using up the last of my...

September 10, 2015

25 under $25

25 things to do with your family for 25 bucks or less.

August 28, 2015

25 under $25

The Georgia Traveler Team searched all around Georgia for 25 things you can do with your family for $25 or less. Explore hiking, roller skating, canoeing, bike riding, museums! There are so many...

August 28, 2015

Hicks Babies | Indigo Girl Emily Saliers | Tifton's Food Scene

You can call them political activists, artists, game-changers. They call themselves the Indigo Girls. The Georgia-based folk duo is out with its 14th album, called “One Lost Day” and Emily Saliers...

August 24, 2015

Julian Bond's Legacy | Time Capsules | Miko Branch | Creek Indians

Civil Rights leader Julian Bond passed away over the weekend. He was 75. We remember his heroism in the fight for equality with some people who knew him well. Plus, Miss Jessie's co-founder Miko...

August 17, 2015

Is GA The Next NC? | An Unlikely Uber Driver | The Breakroom

Democrats in Georgia are hoping the state follows the trend of North Carolina, a state that turned blue for President Obama in 2008 and is now considered a battleground for both parties. The...

August 14, 2015

Sam Massell On How Buckhead Got Its Name

President of the Buckhead Coalition Sam Massell tells the history and the present status of Buckhead. Massell: About 1838, the Irby family owned an all-purpose store/general store/bar/tavern....

August 13, 2015