Before arriving at GPB, Sonia Murray was also Digital Content Manager a few blocks down 14th Street at CBS Radio in a professional journey that began as a general assignment writer, business reporter and pop music critic for the AJC (Atlanta Journal-Constitution). And to end this with one more acronym, she's also a proud HU (Howard University) graduate!
Wynton Marsalis, Stanley Clarke and Ledisi headline a three-day lineup worth seeing each day, from its 1 p.m. start.
On International Women's Day, Atlanta's own trailblazer — by way of Muskogee, Oklahoma — Xernona Clayton was celebrated with a bronze statue in the heart of the city. She says she asked sculptor Ed Dwight to make her look like a combination of Halle Berry, Lena Horne and Coretta Scott King. Her verdict? "Fabulous!"
"It's Black History Month. It's The Harriet Tubman Museum, It makes sense." The entertainment mogul is honored with an exhibit in Macon.
The music industry had its biggest night in California Sunday, but there are many nominations and awards to celebrate right here in Georgia.
"Great dance song that got me going so hard one night I fell on my backside!" (Spoiler alert: Sharon doesn't go into more graphic detail here, but we can share that it DID involve wine.)
This expansive, must-see take on hip hop at the half century mark, told in four, one-hour parts never squarely turns its cameras to southern artists and their contributions to the genre. Here's why.
The news that It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown won't be airing on PBS this year may thud like a rock in your trick or treat bag, but in the spirt of the ever-hopeful Linus we still bring you good television. And radio. (And of course, tidings.)
"This was meant to identify communities that have been totally underrepresented. Haven't had a seat at the table...or even more specifically, on the stage."
Funny thing about Jessi.
First, when Georgia Outdoors host Sharon Collins met the Goldendoodle starring in tonight's new episode (Travels with Jessi), her name was - drumroll please...