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Linda Ronstadt: Live in Hollywood

Celebrate the superstar in an electrifying 1980 concert filmed at the height of her career. Wednesday, June 3 at 8:30 p.m.

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Coronavirus: Resources and News

Stay up-to-date with all the latest development including complete live and on-demand coverage of the Governor’s Task Force news conferences, as well as the latest news from GPB, NPR and PBS, updates from federal and state officials, guides and resources from the CDC and WHO, and resources for families and children. Stay safe and up-to-date by visiting GPB.org/Virus.

June 3, 2020

Support Our Arts Community with a #myGAneighborhood T-Shirt

A portion of every sale will go to support Georgia arts organizations statewide. Click to learn more.

June 3, 2020

What You Need To Know: Keeping the Music Alive

Atlanta singer-songwriter Rian Adkinson talks about how the pandemic is affecting his work and the original song he wrote while sheltering in place.

June 3, 2020

Atlanta Police Chief Says Charges Against Officers Are Political

Chief Erika Shields said in an email to employees that multiple law enforcement agencies stopped assisting the department.

June 3, 2020

As Arbery Case Goes To Court, Examining McMichael's Role In DA's Office

It took more than two months for authorities to arrest Greg McMichael and his son.

June 3, 2020

Run The Jewels Releases New Album 'RTJ4' Early

Amidst widespread protests against the very systems that Killer Mike and El-P rap about tearing down, Run the Jewels released its fourth album, RTJ4 , by surprise at 12 p.m. ET Wednesday, June 3. The album is available on streaming services and as a free download on the group's website . The album was originally slated for release June 5. El-P tweeted about the change of plans just one minute ahead of the album's early release, alongside a statement co-signed by Killer Mike that read: "F*** it, why wait. The world is infested with b******* so here's something raw to listen to while you deal with it all. We hope it brings you some joy. Stay safe and hopeful out there and thank you for giving 2 friends the chance to be heard and do what they love." Run the Jewels as a duo have always positioned themselves lyrically as system-breaking superheroes, rapping about combating and dismantling injustice over loud, bass-heavy beats. The group also has developed a knack for timing its releases to
June 3, 2020

Armed Neighborhood Groups Form In The Absence Of Police Protection

Cesia Baires knocks on the three apartment doors above her restaurant and a neighboring taqueria just before curfew. A woman opens the door. Her two young children are inside. "Remember," she says to them in Spanish. "Same thing as yesterday. I'm going to come check on you. If there's anything you guys need, give us a call right away." Behind her a few men climb through the window and on to the rooftop to set up semi-automatic weapons as the curfew begins in Minneapolis. It's something Baires never thought she'd have to do as a small business owner, but then she found out these apartments were occupied. "Material things we can replace, that's true," she says. "But there are families up here. These aren't empty buildings." A car drives by boarded-up businesses as it crosses Lake Street in Minneapolis, as volunteers with a group called Security Latinos De La Lake organize to protect homes and businesses. Jim Urquhart for NPR As break-ins and fires raged in the first days of mass protests
June 3, 2020

Atlanta Curfew Extended For Next 5 Days Amid Protests

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has ordered a citywide curfew for the fifth consecutive night. The curfew continues at 9 p.m. Wednesday. Officials also announced on Twitter curfews issued for Thursday beginning at 9 p.m. and Friday, Saturday and Sunday beginning at 8 p.m. All curfews expire at sunrise.
June 3, 2020

Frank Rizzo Statue Is Removed In Philadelphia: 'It Is Finally Gone,' Mayor Says

Workers removed a statue of Philadelphia's controversial former Mayor Frank Rizzo from its place of honor across from City Hall early Wednesday morning, finishing a job that protesters attempted to accomplish during recent demonstrations against police brutality. In the 1970s, Rizzo famously told Philadelphia voters to "vote white." But on Wednesday, the City of Brotherly Love took down a memorial to a man who exploited its divisions. For many Philadelphians, the larger-than-life statue of Rizzo, who also was police commissioner, was an overt symbol of white police officers' brutal treatment of black people and other minorities. "The Frank Rizzo statue represented bigotry, hatred, and oppression for too many people, for too long. It is finally gone," Mayor Jim Kenney said Wednesday as he posted a photo of the empty spot where the large statue once stood. Because of Rizzo's legacy of brash intolerance, the statue has been a focal point in Philadelphia's protests over the deaths of black
June 3, 2020

Sweden's Coronavirus Response Chief Acknowledges 'Potential For Improvement'

Nearly every country in the world has confirmed cases of the coronavirus within its borders — but few have received the kind of global scrutiny that Sweden has. That's because its uniquely relaxed response to the virus, with no strict lockdown, proved such a departure from not only its Nordic neighbors but also much of the rest of the world. Now the man credited as the architect behind that policy, Anders Tegnell, is acknowledging that he sees "potential for improvement in what we have done in Sweden." "If we were to run into the same disease, knowing exactly what we know about it today, I think we would end up doing something in between what Sweden did and what the rest of the world has done," he told Swedish radio Wednesday in remarks translated by Reuters . Unlike many others, including countries from the United Kingdom to South Korea, Sweden did not effectively shutter its economy. Instead of quarantine and shelter-in-place orders, the country issued comparatively light suggestions
June 3, 2020
GPB Sports Blog

Football Fridays in Georgia Podcast: Tommy's Take

Tommy and Jon look back at Tommy's time as host of the "Friday Night High School Scoreboard Show"- a role Tommy steps away from after 15 years to focus on his fight with cancer...

June 2, 2020
Education Matters

Georgia Departments of Education, Public Health Release Guidelines For Safe School Openings

The Georgia Department of Education and Georgia Department of Public Health are releasing Georgia's K-12 Recovery Plan – guidance to help schools plan for a safe return to in-person instruction...

June 1, 2020
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GPB Receives 25 Emmy Nominations

GPB has been recognized with 25 Emmy nominations in an announcement made by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Southeast Chapter Friday night May 30.

June 1, 2020
MyGPB

What's New Next Week? May 28, 2020

Next week, join GPB as we rock out in celebration of iconic ladies and country legends with new music specials.

May 28, 2020
Education Matters

DIY Summer Learning Activities For Kids

Summer break is officially here! With the unknowns surrounding typical summer activities and experiences, we are sharing DIY crafts that kids can do at home.

May 26, 2020

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Georgia Departments of Education, Public Health Release Guidelines For Safe School Openings

The Georgia Department of Education and Georgia Department of Public Health are releasing Georgia's K-12 Recovery Plan – guidance to help schools plan for a safe return to in-person instruction...

June 1, 2020

DIY Summer Learning Activities For Kids

Summer break is officially here! With the unknowns surrounding typical summer activities and experiences, we are sharing DIY crafts that kids can do at home.

May 26, 2020

Two Georgia Students Named 2020 U.S. Presidential Scholars

Georgia students Albert Zhang and Alice Vivian Ao are among the 56th class of U.S. Presidential Scholars.

May 21, 2020

Education Spotlight

Summer of Learning

Now more than ever, it's important for kids to remain engaged in learning and exploration over the summer months. GPB is here to help with summer learning workshops, activity packets, daily...

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