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Soul Legends (My Music)

Join host Pam Grier in a tribute to the greatest soul hits and performers from the 1970s and 80s. Saturday, February 29 at 9:00 p.m.

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Soul Legends (my Music)
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Suze Orman's Ultimate Retirement Guide

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GPB Has Your Wait Wait Tickets

NPR's Peabody Award-winning quiz show Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! is coming to the Fox Theatre in Atlanta on March 12, and GPB is THE place to get your tickets! We have it on good authority that all other sources for tickets are SOLD OUT, so don't wait! You can also join us for GPB's exclusive pre-show reception and a meet & greet with host Peter Sagal and the Wait Wait gang after the show. Tickets are going fast!

February 28, 2020

Coronavirus: Resources and News

Visit gpb.org/coronavirus for the latest developments, updates from officials, as well as resources to help Georgians prepare and stay safe.

February 28, 2020

George Gershwin's 'Porgy And Bess' And Its Complicated Legacy Around Race

OST host Virginia Prescott spoke to a scholar and performer about the controversial opera.

February 28, 2020

Catch Up On GPB Community Events From Winter 2020

Find out how GPB members just like you are getting sneak peeks of offerings from MASTERPIECE, PBS KIDS, and more!

February 28, 2020

The Importance Of Counting Children In The 2020 U.S. Census

In 2010, an estimated one in 10 children under age five were missed, the largest undercount in any bracket.

February 28, 2020

Medical Minute: New Treatment For Cornea Restoration

When you jab a finger in your eye, it hurts, but it can also injure the epithelial cells on the surface of your cornea: the clear, front of the eye. The cornea works a lot like the skin for our eyes, serving as this frontline protection. It’s also essential to light getting into our eyes so we can see.
February 29, 2020

Heavy Rotation: 8 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing

This month on Heavy Rotation, hear the latest from indie-pop duo Tennis, a gospel-infused jazz standard from vibraphonist Warren Wolf, the '80s nostalgia of Green Day's newest track and more in this dynamic mix curated by NPR Public Radio Member Stations. All songs from this month's Heavy Rotation are available to stream on Apple Music and the Spotify playlist at the bottom of this page. Beach Bunny, "Cloud 9" Beach Bunny is making rock and roll fun again. "Cloud 9" is the kind of song that is so simple, it's brilliant. Sometimes all you really need is a good old-fashioned boy-meets-girl love song. Throw in a catchy hook, add a driving melody and you have a near perfect indie-pop tune. It's time to hop on the Beach Bunny band wagon and check this song out. — Benjamin McPhail, Colorado Sound YouTube Caroline Rose, "Feel The Way I Want" I'm starting to think that Caroline Rose is a real-time pop art installation reflecting the world via a fun house mirror. On "Feel The Way I Want,"
February 29, 2020

MAP: Which Countries Have CDC Travel Advisories Because Of Coronavirus

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regularly issues "Travel Health Notices" that address disease outbreaks and other health-related matters in international destinations. The newly discovered coronavirus is now a topic of concern. The point of the warnings is to indicate countries where the CDC believes there is a risk of infection with COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. Loading... Don't see the graphic above? Click here. There are three levels of notices based on the risk presented by the outbreak and what precautions are needed to prevent infection. China and South Korea are in the highest notice level — "Warning Level 3." CDC advises travelers to avoid all nonessential travel to these countries. As part of the warnings, which were issued in late February, the CDC also cites limited access for visitors to adequate medical care. If travel is necessary, CDC advises travelers to discuss with their health-care provider. Hong Kong, Macau and the island of Taiwan are
February 29, 2020

Looking Back: Reflecting On The Past To Understand The Present

All of us are time travelers. If we just pause and close our eyes we can wander back to our first kiss, or the summer that went on forever. This week, we explore two emotions that pull us into the past: regret and nostalgia. How can we make these feelings work for us, and what can we learn from them? By some estimates, regret is the most common negative emotion in our everyday lives. At the Regret Lab at Miami University in Ohio , psychologist Amy Summerville has found that a big part of why we struggle with regret has to do with the idea of rumination. It's a word that comes from bovine digestion: for cows, it's the act of chewing, digesting and chewing again. And in terms of our thoughts, it's the same kind of process. "We're chewing them over without actually getting anything new out of them," she says. "People who have ruminative regret tend to be the people who are experiencing the most negative outcomes." But Summerville says that while we tend to experience regret negatively, we
February 29, 2020

CDC Defends Its Handling Of Coronavirus Case In California

Updated at 11 p.m. ET The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there's been "confusion" about the handling of a coronavirus patient in California who is thought to represent the first case of the virus being transmitted in the general population, rather than through a known contact with someone who has been in China. The case involves a woman who appears to have contracted the virus in California, apparently without having contact with anyone who had traveled abroad or was previously known to have the coronavirus. On Friday, another patient believed to have similarly contracted the virus was reported in Santa Clara County in Northern California and a third in Oregon's Washington County was described by officials there as a "confirmed presumptive case" that also had no history of travel outside the country or close contact with an infected person. The latest cases could be indicate a wider outbreak in the U.S. The UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, Calif., where the woman
February 28, 2020
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GPB News Round-Up - Friday, February 28, 2020

Atlanta's Olympic flame will burn again this weekend for the first time since 1996 for the 2020 Olympic U.S. Marathon Trials.

February 28, 2020
Education Matters

The Importance Of Counting Children In The 2020 U.S. Census

Counting children helps determine how billions of dollars get spent each year on things like hospitals, schools, and other neighborhood services.

February 28, 2020
MyGPB

What's New Next Week? February 28, 2020

Next week, GPB presents programs to nourish your mind, body and soul. We also welcome back an old friend, get retirement advice and much more.

February 28, 2020
MyGPB

Catch Up On GPB Community Events From Winter 2020

Find out how GPB members just like you are getting sneak peeks of offerings from Independent Lens, MASTERPIECE, PBS KIDS, and more!

February 26, 2020
GPB Sports Blog

GHSA Basketball Championships Streaming March 6th & 7th

GPB Sports is partnering with the NFHS Network to provide live streaming coverage of the Official GHSA Basketball Championships on GPB.org/Sports from the Macon Centreplex.

February 25, 2020

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The Importance Of Counting Children In The 2020 U.S. Census

Counting children helps determine how billions of dollars get spent each year on things like hospitals, schools, and other neighborhood services.

February 28, 2020

GPB Education Hosts PBS KIDS Edcamp For Early Childhood Educators

Join GPB Education at Fountain Elementary School for a special "un-conference" on Saturday, March 21, from 9 am to 1 pm.

February 19, 2020

Educators Admitted Free At LEGOLAND® Discovery Center February 16-March 8

Atlanta’s kid-friendly attraction is honoring educators with a special celebration during Teach Appreciation Days.

February 16, 2020

Education Spotlight

Virtual and Augmented Reality

GPB Education continues to innovate with our latest VR/AR initiative. This whole new level of immersive learning allows students to be transported to locations all over Georgia without ever...

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