Before traveling up 14th Street to GPB, Sonia Murray was also Digital Content Manager at CBS Radio. A professional journey that began as a general assignment writer, business reporter and pop music critic for the AJC (Atlanta Journal and Constitution).
To end this with another acronym, she's also a proud HU grad (Howard University).
“Few people can have done more than James Flannery to deserve recognition from Ireland for their work on behalf of Irish culture.”
GPB TV, GPB Radio and GPB PBS Kids cordially invite you to our holiday programming.
That great time of year has returned when you can cut a good 17, 18 holes in a pillowcase and surely no one will wonder what costume it is.
To borrow from "The Black Church's" subtitle, Georgia, this is very much your story. This is your song.
Before dawn Oct. 26, 1960, police dogs roused a then-31-year-old Martin Luther King Jr. awake in a DeKalb County Jail cell. Sherriff’s deputies yelled for him to get up, handcuffed and manacled him by flashlight, and shoved him into the back of a police car. They ignored his pleas for an explanation.
It was 4 a.m. when they drove into the night on a desolate country road. He had no idea if he would live to see the sun rise.