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Christabel and Sylvia Pankhurst fought for "the sisterhood," but their own sisterhood would be strained to the point of breaking. Tuesday, May 26 at 7:00 p.m.

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May 26, 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.

May 26, 2020

Kemp Invites Trump To Host Republican National Convention in Georgia

Right now, the convention is scheduled to be held in Charlotte from Aug. 24 to 27.

May 26, 2020

Political Rewind: Politics Feed Divide On Public Health Advice

We discuss the latest on the public health guidance in response to COVID-19 and the race between Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Rep. Doug Collins.

May 26, 2020

Atlanta Is Home To 2 Potential Contenders For Biden's VP

Keisha Lance Bottoms and Stacey Abrams find themselves at the same political intersection.

May 26, 2020

ER Visit For A COVID-Like Cough Stuck Man With A $3,278 Bill

From late March into April, Timothy Regan had severe coughing fits several times a day that often left him out of breath. He had a periodic low-grade fever, too. Wondering if he had COVID-19, Regan called a nurse hotline run by Denver Health, a large public health system in his city. A nurse listened to him describe his symptoms and told him to immediately go to the hospital system's urgent care facility. When he arrived at Denver Health — where the emergency room and urgent care facility sit side by side at its main location downtown — a nurse directed him to the ER after he noted chest pain as one of his symptoms. Regan was seen quickly and given a chest X-ray and electrocardiogram, known as an EKG, to check his lungs and heart. Both were normal. A doctor prescribed an inhaler to help his breathing and told him he might have bronchitis. The doctor advised that he had to presume he had COVID-19 and must quarantine at home for two weeks. At the time, on April 3, Denver Health reserved
May 26, 2020

White Woman Who Called Police On Black Bird Watcher In Central Park Placed On Leave

A black man says he asked a white woman in Central Park to put her dog on a leash. Then, video shows her calling police and telling emergency operators that the man was threatening her and her dog. She has now apologized and her employer placed her on administrative leave. The encounter took place on Monday between the woman, who has since been identified as Amy Cooper, and the man who said he was bird watching. He was later identified as Christian Cooper. "It was unacceptable. And you know words are just words and I can't undo what I did. But I sincerely and humbly apologize to everyone. Especially to that man, his family," Amy Cooper said in an interview with NBC New York on Monday evening. Video of the encounter Christian Cooper, who is not related to the woman, recorded part of their encounter . It has since been viewed hundreds of thousands of times on social media. The dispute took place in the Ramble, a wooded area of Central Park where dogs are required to be leashed .
May 26, 2020

Autism Spectrum Diagnosis Helped Comic Hannah Gadsby 'Be Kinder' To Herself

Growing up, Hannah Gadsby always felt she was different. She struggled to read social cues, she had trouble applying for jobs, and spent a few living in a tent and doing farm labor. But Gadsby, who's from Tasmania, had always been funny. On a whim, in 2006 she entered a stand-up comedy competition — and won. "I'd never held a microphone before. ... I'd never even been to a comedy show — but all of a sudden, I kind of knew what I was doing," she says. "As soon as I told my first joke ... it really made people engage with me, and I held the audience in my hand." Gadsby embarked on a comedy career in Australia, but she still felt out of place. It wasn't until 2016, when she was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder that things started to make sense. "It shifted the way that I understood myself," Gadsby says of the diagnosis. "I was always operating on the false premise that everyone saw the world like I did." Gadsby's breakout comedy special, Nanette , which premiered on Netflix in 2018
May 26, 2020

'St. Christopher On Pluto' Follows The Adventures Of 2 Friends In An Old Buick

I'm feeling so cooped up these days that I sometimes find myself getting in the car and taking aimless rides to nowhere. Maybe that's what prompted me to finally check out an on-the-road novel that came out in February, right before the pandemic brought life-as-we-know-it to a hard stop. Nancy McKinley's novel — constructed out of a series of interlocking stories — is called St. Christopher On Pluto. Note that odd title: It summons up, first, a Catholic saint who was demoted because of questions about his historical veracity, and Pluto , once a planet but now demoted to a dwarf planet. Demoted or diminished is how you might think of the Northeastern Pennsylvania setting of this novel: Once the area around Wilkes-Barre boasted industry, family farms and coal mines; but in recent times, the region has been scarred by unemployment and the opioid epidemic. In McKinley's novel, two hometown gals ride around this terrain in a vintage Buick nicknamed "Big Blue." Mary Katherine (MK for short)
May 26, 2020

Unlikely Allies Band Together In Laredo To Oppose The Border Wall

The federal government is planning to put 69 miles of its massive border wall along the river in Texas' Webb and Zapata counties. When it became clear that the imposing barrier would plow through the center of the proud city of Laredo, a remarkably diverse coalition of wall-haters assembled to fight it. Folks in black "No Border Wall" T-shirts marched in the streets earlier this year. They share their movement with sedate bankers in starched, white shirts and gray suits who are just as passionate . "Here we have a beautiful river, a historic river that is an amenity for our city," said Dennis Nixon, chairman of the International Bank of Commerce, headquartered in Laredo. "It's disheartening. Would you want a wall on the Potomac or a wall on the East River in New York City?" Other members of the growing anti-wall coalition are outraged property owners. Tony Medina is a 72-year-old retired land surveyor with a small tract upriver from Laredo that the feds want. He goes out there to enjoy
May 26, 2020
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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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Dr. Robin Hines Talks Restart of GHSA Sports

High school sports activities will resume in Georgia June 8th.

May 22, 2020

What's New Next Week? May 21, 2020

Head into Memorial Day with Joe Mantenga and Gary Sinise hosting America’s night of remembrance, find out what’s eating up Easter Island with another interactive online screening and much more.

May 21, 2020
GPB Sports Blog

GHSA Approves June Restart For Football Activities

The Georgia High School Association has taken its first major step toward resuming athletics in the state.

May 21, 2020
Education Matters

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

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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

Gov. Kemp, Superintendent Woods Launch K-12 Restart Working Groups

Six working groups formed will assist in planning the next steps forward and providing guidelines and supports for schools for the next school year.

May 21, 2020

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