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Monday, November 24, 2014

Painting helped Churchill overcome attacks of Depression, which he called “The Black Dog.” 60 works of his are on display in Atlanta, curated by his great-grandson, whom you will meet.

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Last week, we talked about President Obama's executive action on immigration, and asked what you think about U.S. immigration policy. Here are your first thoughts.



Host Celeste Headlee talks with tour guide Jonah McDonald and University of Georgia professor James Cobb about the destruction of Atlanta during the Civil War.



When war and the pressures of statecraft became too much for Sir Winston Churchill, he took refuge in painting. An exhibit in Atlanta showcases some of his artwork.



Sometimes, it’s not the big headline but the little typo that bugs you the most. It falls to Don Smith, a producer and editor at GPB, to let loose about the little things that get under your skin.



Thanksgiving is a holiday about food, but what’s on tables in most American homes today does not resemble the food served in the 1600’s in Colonial America. Host Celeste Headlee talks with Lisa Abraham, the food editor with the Columbus Dispatch in Ohio. Lisa describes what that first Thanksgiving meal might have looked like and how the holiday meal became what it is today.



A program in Georgia called "Hunters for the Hungry" pairs deer processors with homeless shelters, and provides ground venison for hungry people throughout the state. Host Celeste Headlee talks about the program with Sara Starlee, the owner of Starley’s deer processing in Irwinton, Georgia.