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Host Sharon Collins talks to some of the many disabled individuals who have been able to find happiness and confidence through a connection to nature. Thursday, February 23 at 8:30 PM
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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Shots of displays and multimedia exhibits within the Atlanta Federal Monetary Museum.
Shots of biologists working and a variety of lab equipment.
Establishing shots of the Fabulous Fox in Midtown Atlanta.
Footage of various ballrooms, hallways, and the lobby.
Footage from inside the Fox’s restoration department where staff is repairing or restoring a piece of furniture.
Shots of the garden at the Georgia Mountain Research and Education Center, including a bridge, various types of flowers, bees, and farmland.
Establishing shots of the GBI Crime Laboratory Annex, Herman Jones Memorial Forensic Science Complex, Medical Examiner Annex, and the Phil Peters Building.
Interiors of the Medical Illustration Graduate School, signs, employees, employee cubicles and computers, various graphic art signs and art supplies. Graphic design software and hardware, Mac...
Exteriors of the GRU building, signs of downtown Augusta, exteriors of hospitals and cancer centers. Interiors of signs and safety notices, a MRI machine with dummy patient, close ups of the...
Interiors of Pediatric Department signs, play areas, waiting rooms, and exam rooms, Neonatal care rooms, employees, signs, artwork, and photos.
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