An exploration of the historic Lincoln Highway, the nation's first coast-to-coast highway, which runs from New York City to San Francisco and spans 14 states. Monday, May 22 at 9 PM
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The GHSA state championships for football are right around the corner. There are 16 teams left on the road to the Georgia Dome and by late Saturday night all eight champions for 2016 will be... MORE
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Footage of the City of Athens, including road signs, the UGA arch and other signage, The Georgia Theater, Athens Welcome Center, and Clarke Middle School.
Footage of the city, including the historical Woodruff House, Mercer University, the Cherry Street sign, and the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame.
Establishing shots of one of the Jittery Joe’s coffee shops. Interior shots of branded coffee cans, steel tumblers, and signs. Shots of patrons buying coffee and baristas preparing and serving...
Exterior shots of the warehouse and the “coffee” sign. Interior shots, including signs, bicycles, sacks of coffee beans, beans being poured into buckets and roasted in a machine.
Shots of the Coliseum Northside Hospital main entrance, Outpatient Center, emergency entrance and signs surrounding the hospital.
Shots of the Coliseum hallways, ultrasound room, RN and other employees working, and a patient getting a physical.
Shots of employees inside the laboratory, files, blood packs, tubes, urine samples, and more.
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