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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

A Fortune 500 First | Places Of The Dark Earth | Tiny Houses | Georgia Playlist

There’s a growing movement in the United States to live in tiny homes. Atlanta law expressly prohibits the construction of single-family homes smaller than 750 square feet, but that could soon change...

August 10, 2015

GA Laws Online | Charging Rape Victims | MARTA Farmer's Market | The Breakroom

Would you buy your groceries at a MARTA stop? A new pop-up market at the West End station in Atlanta brings people out every Friday to purchase produce and more. Plus, why is Georgia suing over...

July 31, 2015

Back To School: Georgia's Tax Free Weekend Starts Tomorrow!

The first day of school is just around the corner. For most Georgia families, that means it's time for some back to school shopping. Luckily, Georgia shoppers can shop Friday and Saturday without...

July 30, 2015

Operation Peter Pan In GA | Plants vs. Humans | Albany's Recession

Albany, Georgia is in trouble. Journalist Kai Wright spent two years reporting in the town, and what he found was a city that was sucked quickly into the recession and has struggled to climb out...

July 29, 2015

Virtual Field Trip Series: Behind the Scenes

The GPB education team is on the road again! We are traveling all over Georgia to gather content for our upcoming Virtual Field Trip series. We understand how important it is for students to learn...

July 28, 2015