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Two Way Street July 26: The Center For Civil And Human Rights, The Plight Of The Honeybees, And The Happy City of Atlanta

The Vision Behind Atlanta’s Center For Civil And Human Rights Atlanta’s Center for Civil and Human Rights has been open for almost a month. The vision for the center began during the tenure of...

Two Way Street: Is Atlanta Really Happy?

A study out this week purports to reveal the happiest and unhappiest cities in the United States. Researchers at University of British Columbia and Harvard University picked happiest 10...

Two Way Street: What’s Happening To The Honey Bees?

All is not well in the world of the honey bee. Over the past 7 or 8 years, honey bees have been dying off or disappearing at alarming rates. Since 2007, an average of 30 percent of all colonies has...

Two Way Street: The Vision Behind Atlanta’s Center For Civil And Human Rights

Atlanta’s Center for Civil and Human Rights has been open for almost a month. The vision for the center began during the tenure of Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin. Franklin shared the belief of many...

Political Rewind: So, What Happened At the Runoffs?

Georgia Republicans have selected their U.S. Senate candidate after what seemed like an endless campaign. So how did David Perdue knock out longtime Congressman Jack Kingston. And now, should we be...

Two Way Street: July 18- Jimmy Carter, Evangelicalism, And 'Oklahoma'

Jimmy Carter And The Evolution Of Evangelical Christianity On July 15, 1976, Jimmy Carter strode to the podium at the Democratic national convention in Madison Square Garden in New York to accept...

Two Way Street: Giving 'Oklahoma' The Serenbe Experience

On the evening of March 31, 1943, Alfred Drake, just one of the many unknown actors who’d been cast in the new Broadway musical opening that evening, made his entrance onto the stage of the St....

Two Way Street: Jimmy Carter And The Evolution Of Evangelical Christianity

On July 15, 1976, Jimmy Carter strode to the podium at the Democratic national convention in Madison Square Garden in New York to accept the Democratic nomination for President of the United States...

Two Way Street: July 12- The AIDS Epidemic In Atlanta, The NYSE, and The World Cup Final

In Atlanta's Core, The AIDS Epidemic Is Skyrocketing Today, thanks to new medications, HIV infections and AIDS are no longer the death sentence they once were. That may be the reason AIDS has fallen...

Political Rewind: July 18, 2014 - Ethics, Runoffs, And The Governor's Race

This week on Political Rewind: •Governor Nathan Deal is back on the hot seat over accusations that his staff may have tried to influence the ethics commission to drop a case against him. And--for...