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Three GA Governors | Race & Police Recruits | Year Of GA Music

A new book examines one of the most bizarre episodes in American political history. In 1947, Georgia had three active governors, who all claimed they were the true elected official. The situation...

January 28, 2016

Au Revoir Michelangelo

When I heard about events in Paris my thoughts turned to a Chihuahua from Macon and the French animal rescue there that welcomed him with open arms and found him a new home. Josephine Bennett...

November 19, 2015

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