What We're Watching NowStill stuck at home and think you've watched everything? Not so fast! It's time for the second edition of "What We're Watching Now." We're here to share some shows and movies that you might not have seen yet.Cinema ATL Shared .
Omari Hardwick talks new movie 'Spell'Movies being released to theaters is still a rarity these days, but one that will hit the big screen is "Spell." Omari Hardwick stars in this tale of dark magic and sinister ritual that is being released just in time for Halloween.Access Atlanta Shared .
The Churn Featuring Brandon ButlerHomie of the podcast and CEO of ButterATL, Brandon Butler drops in to talk about The Churn written by the legendary journalist Michael B. Jordan, what its like processing the influx of bad news as a black man and head of a media entity, Vegan Hoteps, the new Clubhouse App, state of the WNBA, his early working days of selling shoes, and calls out...The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Forsyth Farmers' Market, Five Years of The Farmer Fund, and Gardening with The Garden Queen!Welcome to the Atlanta Foodcast, returning with your new hosts with Georgia Organics! We sat down recently with the Forsyth Farmers' Market team in Savannah to talk about their work in the community both through the market itself and the several other programs they offer to champion food equity in Savannah and beyond.The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
The Real Deal In CordeleHosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson catch up with the head coach of the Crisp County Cougars, Brad Harber.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Keith Brooks and Molly Coffee Return for Our Episode 300 Special!Keith Brooks and Molly Coffee return to help us celebrate episode 300 of the show!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
The first week of early voting + tips for casting your ballotGeorgia has seen record numbers in absentee and early voting, which began on Monday. In this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, AJC reporter Mark Niesse discusses the first week of early voting and provides tips for people planning to vote early, absentee or in person on Election Day.Politically Georgia Shared .
Dining in Atlanta in the age of COVID-19The dining team checks in with local restaurants to find out how the business is coping, including efforts to winterize their outdoor spaces.Access Atlanta Shared .
CinemATL's 15th AnniversaryIt's a special, super-sized edition of the CinemATL Podcast as we celebrate the 15 year anniversary of CinemATL.Cinema ATL Shared .
The Winnersville WinnerHosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson catch up with Lowndes High School head football coach Jamey DuBose.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Episode 299Rob Jones from Sapelo Insurance chats about film insurance, how Covid has affected this facet of the industry, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Forgotten FilmsThis week, we jump in the Wayback Machine to visit 2007's "Son of Rambow," which itself takes us back to the 1980s.Cinema ATL Shared .
Things to do in ViningsThis week, we visit Vinings. Without a map, it's hard to tell where Buckhead ends and Vinings begins, since Vinings is actually a part of unincorporated Atlanta even though it's in Cobb County.Access Atlanta Shared .
Recapping the last week in Georgia politicsIn this episode of Politically Georgia, we introduce Patricia Murphy, the newest member of the AJC Georgia Politics team.Politically Georgia Shared .
Welcome, Georgia Organics!Today, we brought together Ben along withGeorgia Organics Communications Manager Mary Elizabeth Kidd and Georgia Organics Board Member—and the one and only " Raiford to talk about what's next"The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
Colquitt County Off And RunningHosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson check in with Justin Rogers, the head coach of the Colquitt County Packers.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Episode 298Screenwriter Neil Landau discusses his new role as Director of Screenwriting at UGA, why he moved to Georgia, and gives tips for writers!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Ruckus and Lane Skye, Directors of "The Devil to Pay"Ruckus and Lane Skye are a husband and wife writing and directing team from Atlanta who are making quite a name for themselves this year.Cinema ATL Shared .
Bombchel Over Baghdad: Part 1ishHBIC Archel Bernard of Bombchel stops by to talk about her Liberian and Atlanta roots coming together in the form of her newest Bombchel Factory location opening in Ponce City Market, The Bombchel x Atlanta Influences Everything colab, and the classic Jollof Rice debate.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Pumpkin patches and corn mazesPumpkin patches and corn mazes, which are a sure sign that the season of falling leaves and Halloween has arrived.Access Atlanta Shared .
AJC Town HallIn this episode of Politically Georgia, we share audio from the AJC's virtual town hall.Politically Georgia Shared .
Learning From DadHosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson catch up with Flint Media's and Early County football coach Jay Palmer.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
The Creative Acting Studio Founder Dave PileggiDave Pileggi discusses his acting studio The Creative, finding a higher purpose in life, his suicide awareness campaign, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Technique TopicSo, you want to be a screenwriter? Before you have visions of seeing your words play out on the big screen, you might want to slow down a bit.Cinema ATL Shared .
Travel-related television shows to watchThis week we talk about ways to visit a new place without leaving your couch.Access Atlanta Shared .
Analyzing results from new poll of Georgia votersWe are six weeks from Election Day and the AJC shared results from a new poll of Georgia voters.Politically Georgia Shared .
GHSA Executive Director Talks 2020 Season KickoffFor the first weekly "Football Fridays in Georgia" podcast for the 2020 GHSA football season, Jon Nelson and Hannah Goodin welcome Robin Hines, the executive director of the Georgia High School Association.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Episode 296Jake Green discusses his film Endure: Lebanon, filming in foreign countries, why music is a universal language, and more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Movie ReviewCharlie Kaufman is back, and in Charlie Kaufman style, his new movie "I'm Thinking of Ending Things" is a film that defies description and expectations.Cinema ATL Shared .
Classic live albums to revisitThis week, we talk about live music and some classic live albums. We miss live concerts, and we bet many of you do, too.Access Atlanta Shared .
Brewing Conversations II: Black Is BeautifulRecorded live at Pontoon Brewing, the guys kickoff a very special episode celebrating their 2nd beer colab with Pontoon contributing to the "Black is Beautiful" Beer campaign.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Episode 295Dany Flores discusses her film Vanilla Milkshake, moving to and working in Atlanta, her visa issues, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
The 2020 CensusThe census counts every person living in the United States and its territories once every 10 years, and the government uses that data in all sorts of important ways - from deciding how to distribute resources to redrawing political boundaries.Politically Georgia Shared .
Football MoviesFind out Michael D Friedman and Martin Kelley's favorites, and let us know if we scored a touchdown or missed the extra point.Cinema ATL Shared .
Filipino flavors and Filipino-American food in AtlantaOur dining editor Ligaya Figueras noticed that one in particular, Filipino-American food, was on the upswing.Access Atlanta Shared .
Kelly PerineAtlanta Podcast welcomes actor Kelly Perine to discuss 20 plus years of hard work and "stick-to-itivism" as an actor.The ATL Podcast Shared .
Episode 294Writer and director Chyna Robinson discusses her film No Ordinary Love, doing research into domestic violence, and upcoming projects she hopes to make!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
The Labor Day Weekend Hangout EpisodeHangin' out in the beer basement, the guys talk R&B and how much The Groove ATL is missed, Area Codes, Chadwick Boseman, mansion parties in Buckhead, The and the NBA Playoffs.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Remembering Tommy PalmerTommy Palmer, one of the hosts of the Football Fridays in Georgia podcast, has died after battling cancer.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
AJC Decatur Book FestivalIn this week's episode, we discuss the Atlanta Decatur Book Festival. The AJC Decatur Book Festival, like many large gatherings, is going virtual this year.Access Atlanta Shared .
Cast and Crew of the Eddie Pence special Comedy SpecialThe #1 show about the Atlanta film industry since 2014. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @ATLFilmChat for updates!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
The question marks ahead of election seasonFind the transcription of this week's episode here:. In this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell discuss the biggest question marks ahead of Georgia's 2020 election season.Politically Georgia Shared .
Comedy Dynamics VP of Distribution and Acquisitions Anna RobertsComedy Dynamics VP of Distribution and Acquisitions Anna Roberts chats about moving to LA from the Southeast, the world of comedy, what companies are looking for, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Friday, August 28, 2020Roughly 15-percent of high school football teams in Georgia aren't starting the first week of September as administrators monitor COVID-19 and its impact.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Traveling during the pandemic eraThe travel and tourism industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn't mean travel has stopped.Access Atlanta Shared .
Back At It Like A Crack AddictThe boys are back with dope news, dope beer reviews, all the jokes, and all the smoke!The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Jennifer Dunn and Coco de Bruycker from GrandpaJennifer Dunn and Coco de Bruycker discuss the spooky short film Grandpa, disability representation in film, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Top 3Kids are starting to go back to school, either in person or via digital learning, so we decided to name our Top 3 Movies About School.Cinema ATL Shared .
Drive-in concerts and other alt entertainmentIn this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC reporter Melissa Ruggieri discusses alternatives to live shows at our favorite venues: drive-in concerts in Atlanta.Access Atlanta Shared .
Kemp reverses course to allow mask mandatesIn this episode of Politically Georgia, host Greg Bluestein and AJC reporter Jeremy Redmon discuss Gov.Politically Georgia Shared .
Episode 290Literary Manager David Binns discusses why he opened up shop in Atlanta, what stories he's looking for, how he got into management, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Marjorie Taylor Greene's primary runoff winIn this episode of Politically Georgia, host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent discuss Marjorie Taylor Greene's primary runoff win in the 14th Congressional District, how other Republicans have reacted and how the win may impact the party in the general election.Politically Georgia Shared .
Brewing Conversations IWe kick of the first Brewing Conversations talk with an intro into what Brewing Conversations is all about with Sean of Pontoon Brewing and what to expect in the future.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Podcast 99 Part TwoRyan and Parks have done more research than should ever be allowed into the cultural phenomenon known as Woodstock 1999.The ATL Podcast Shared .
Special session; Biden interviewIn this episode of Politically Georgia, host Greg Bluestein and AJC statehouse discuss the special session called by Gov.Politically Georgia Shared .
Grammy Winning Musician Cliff GoldmacherGrammy winning musician Cliff Goldmacher discusses working with his hero Keb' Mo, how filmmakers can use his music in their films, and his new book The Reason for the Rhymes!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
S4B13, Brand New Indie Movie, Stories of a Madman with Jacob Viness, Justin McEver and Wayne DelkJacob Viness is at it again. He directed his old team: Justin McEver, Wayne Delk and others in a followup from their first feature, Maggie's Farm to a new Indie movie called Stories of a Madman.Marietta Stories Shared .
Parks MillerAtlanta Podcast welcomes podcaster, musician, and lighting dude-Parks Miller Growing up in "suburban" Decatur. What made he and his friends dive so deep into Woodstock 1999.The ATL Podcast Shared .
Entertaining during a pandemicHow we entertain family and friends has certainly changed these days. Are there safe and creative ways to do it?Access Atlanta Shared .
Muta'Ali, Director of "Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn"On August 12, HBO premieres the documentary "Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn." We had a chance to speak with director Muta'Ali about this powerful film and what why it was important to tell Yusuf Hawkins' story.Cinema ATL Shared .
Art Department Coordinator Jill BlackledgeJill Blackledge discusses the world of art department, working on big budgets versus indies, her first visit to Atlanta, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
The Movie Soundtracks of Our LivesRecently released biopics and remakes have stimulated interest in back catalogs and original songs. In this episode of accessAtlanta, ajc music writer Melissa Ruggieri provides a nostalgic guide to the best 25 movie soundtracks from the 1970s through now.Access Atlanta Shared .
Atlanta Film Festival Screenwriting Competition Finalists Kate Balsley and Gabriela McNicollThe #1 show about the Atlanta film industry since 2014. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @ATLFilmChat for updates!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Summer Movie "Flops"Each year has its share of summer box office flops. Unfortunately, this year has turned into one big flop due to Covid-19.Cinema ATL Shared .
Georgia Tech's SlothBoth in Atlanta Botanical GardenYou can see a robot that mimics a sloth at Atlanta Botanical Garden. In this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC reporter Bo Emerson speaks to Emily Coffey of the Atlanta Botanical Garden and Georgia Tech's Magnus Egerstedt about the origins of the SlothBoth and the mission of the project, which aims fight to save endangered species.Access Atlanta Shared .
Mask mandates and related lawsuits in GeorgiaIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC reporter Jeremy Redmon discuss Georgia Gov.Politically Georgia Shared .
John Lewis' SuccessorIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC statehouse reporter Maya T. Prabhu discuss Georgia Democratic Chairwoman Nikema Williams, the candidate chosen to replace John Lewis on the ballot in November.Politically Georgia Shared .
John Lewis' Life and LegacyIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, the AJC's Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell serves as guest host.Politically Georgia Shared .
Elizabeth Coffman and Mark Bosco from FlanneryElizabeth Coffman and Mark Bosco discuss their film "Flannery" about Flannery O'Connor, why her estate gave them permission to make it, her role in Southern culture, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Friday, July 17, 2020Hosts Jon Nelson and Tommy Palmer tour the state for the most recent headlines, and they hear from coaches about how they're handling the new normal.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire SagaThe newest Will Ferrell project, "Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga" is available now on Netflix.Cinema ATL Shared .
Lori Allen has a new bookLori Allen, of "Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta," has a new book out called "Say Yes to What's Next." The book blends the memoir and self-help genres and in this episode of accessAtlanta, Allen discusses her life and career that led her to writing and publishing her book.Access Atlanta Shared .
Atlanta Influences EverythingIn the 100th episode of TAP, guests Bem Joyner and Tory Edwards of Atlanta Influences Everything drop in to talk about AIE, it's beginning, MapMakers, the Atlanta Community Give Back Tour, what Atlanta is REALLY like, and how companies can REALLY invest in the city.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Louisette GeissLouisette Geiss was the lead plantiff in the recent case that reached a nearly $19 million settlement agreement with Harvey Weinstein.The ATL Podcast Shared .
Peoplestown grappling with recent eventsIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC education reporter Marlon A. Walker discuss the latest in Peoplestown, a historic Atlanta community made up of largely low - and middle-class Black residences and homegrown businesses, which has been upended by recent events.Politically Georgia Shared .
Episode 285Filmmakers from short film 83 Days detailing the unjust execution of 14 year old George Stinney discuss making the film and its meteoric rise around the world!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
50 years later: The second Atlanta International Pop FestivalOne month before Woodstock, the second Atlanta International Pop Festival took place in Byron, Georgia.Access Atlanta Shared .
Cam Cannon, VP Production and DevelopmentThis week we welcome Cam Cannon to the podcast to discuss how he went from Atlanta to LA and thrive in the film industry.Cinema ATL Shared .
The Legacy of D.R.E.S. Tha BeatnikTAP gets schooled by the "Underground Legend" D.R.E.S. Tha Beatnik starting from his humble beginnings to China, being immortalized in a museum, ONE Musicfest, A3C, the disrespect Atlanta's Underground scene gets, what makes a REAL Philly Cheesesteak, and his Rap Mount Rushmores.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Episode 284James and Ana Mackenzie discuss their projects Three Men Named Mantas and Tough Love which will be showing at the 2020 Atlanta Film Festival!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Patriotic MoviesWith Fourth of July weekend approaching, this week's Top 3 edition of the CinemATL Podcast takes a look at our favorite Patriotic Movies.Cinema ATL Shared .
Alternative ways to celebrate the 4th of JulyIn this episode of accessAtlanta, freelance writer Kimeko McCoy things to do to celebrate the 4th of July while social distancing.Access Atlanta Shared .
Legislative Session RecapIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC statehouse veteran James Salzer recap the legislative session.Politically Georgia Shared .
Casimir Nozkowski from The Outside StoryCasimir Nozkowski discusses his feature film The Outside Story starring "Atlanta" lead Brian Tyree Henry which is showing at the 2020 Atlanta Film Festival!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Gov. Brian Kemp signs hate crime bill into lawThe Georgia Legislature has passed a hate-crime bill earlier this week and Gov. Brian Kemp has signed it.Politically Georgia Shared .
Berries available for picking at local farmsYou can create a true farm-to-table experience for yourself, and freelance writer Mary Welch shares how.Access Atlanta Shared .
Episode 282Jim Farmer from the Out On Film Festival returns to chat about becoming an Oscar qualifying festival and going digital for this year's event!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Classic Summer MoviesHollywood blockbusters have been put on hold, but thanks to streaming services, you can host your own movie night.Access Atlanta Shared .
Plot. Plan. Strategize. Organize. Mobilize.In this very special episode TAP drops information on their collaborative beer for a greater cause with guests Sean and Shannon of Pontoon Brewing, as well as a deep dive into Pontoon's origin story and how everyone has taken in the social injustices that plague the nation today.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Movies About DadsFather's Day is this Sunday and we wanted to honor Dads everywhere by sharing our Top 3 Movies About Dads.Cinema ATL Shared .
Episode 281Nina Lee discusses her series Sorry About That, her love of horror films, her family's history with ghosts, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
S4B12, Happy Birthday to Kennestone with Mary Chatman, Joyce McMurrain and Eartha HeadDr Chatman talks through the recent challenges and the community response from the COVID 19 experience.Marietta Stories Shared .
How to create a stylish, functional outdoor spaceYou can make your balcony, patio, porch or backyard a safe haven this summer. In this episode of accessAtlanta, freelance writer Carolyn Desalu shares how to create a stylish, functional outdoor space - with insight from Will DuBose Design.Access Atlanta Shared .
What happened in Georgia on Election DayIn this episode of Politically Georgia, host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell discuss the voting issues and early results of Georgia's June 9 elections.Politically Georgia Shared .
Primary PrepAhead of Tuesday's primary in Georgia, host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell preview the June 9 elections.Politically Georgia Shared .
Brian and Kevin Lonano from QuaransteinBrian and Kevin Lonano discuss their exquisite corpse film Quaranstein which was made with several of their filmmaker friends from around the country!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Brandon Butler2 conversations with Brandon Butler: Part I is about Brandon's upbringing, his various entrepreneurial efforts over the years, why ButterATL was started, what Butter hopes to accomplish, and more.The ATL Podcast Shared .
Coronavirus Testing/Data + Protests in GeorgiaIn this episode of Politically Georgia, host Greg Bluestein speaks with AJC investigative reporter Willoughby Mariano, who has been covering both coronavirus testing/data as well as the protests that have taken place in Atlanta for the last week.Politically Georgia Shared .
Ben Getz: Signing Off!Hey, friends! Just a quick update here and wanted to share what is happening here at the podcast.The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
Black Music MonthJune 1 marked the start of the 41st annual commemoration of Black Music Month, which coincides with both the coronavirus pandemic and the unrest after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Breonna Taylor in Louisville and Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia.Access Atlanta Shared .
Monday, June 1, 2020Hosts Jon Nelson and Tommy Palmer discuss the latest steps to bring back high school football amid the pandemic.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Aamir and Chaz from Welcome to the WallAamir and Chaz from Welcome to the Wall and Cast Iron Productions discuss the organizations, hosting table reads, five dollar dinosaurs, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Birdwatching in GeorgiaIn this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC reporter Bo Emerson speaks with Adam Betuel, Atlanta Audubon's Director of Conservation, about birdwatching, or birding, and shares how anybody can participate locally.Access Atlanta Shared .
A 2020 Georgia primary election previewThis episode of the Politically Georgia podcast features the community conversation between AJC Political Insiders Greg Bluestein, Jim Galloway and Tia Mitchell and the newspaper's subscribers.Politically Georgia Shared .
Frko-19FRKO's back, y'all! On this episode we talk about the life of FRKO during Covid-19, the birth of his 2nd child, his new comic, and a small discussion on if VA rap is included in Southern Rap category.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Films We Watched During QuarantineWe've watched a ton of movies while on quarantine for COVID-19. This week, hosts Michael D Friedman and Martin Kelley share some of their favorite discoveries from the past 3-4 months.Cinema ATL Shared .
Episode 278Kevin Lewis chats about directing the killer animatronic film Willy's Wonderland starring Nicolas Cage which was the last film to wrap in Georgia before the pandemic!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
MomoConline: MomoCon is going onlineIn this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC video producer Joseph Ferguson talks with Jessica Merriman and Chris Stuckey from MomoCon, a convention that highlights animation, gaming, comics and costuming and has become an Atlanta staple.Access Atlanta Shared .
Taylor Ri'chard from 3rd Fathom FilmsTaylor Ri'chard from 3rd Fathom Films discusses his new film Hallowed Be Thy name, 80's horror, his non-profit The Raze Foundation, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Georgia WildStill quarantining, the guys of TAP discuss how Georgia as a whole is losing it touching on the state of our sports and Falcons predictions, The Jordan Sneaker Craze, The Blue Angels, will there be a Dragon Con, and the Ahmaud Arbery murder.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Jacob Allen and Jayda Knight from Socially Distant FestJacob Allen and Jayda Knight discuss the Socially Distant Fest which airs digitally on Facebook Live and how you can contribute!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
How to vote by mailIn this episode of Politically Georgia, AJC government reporter Mark Niesse details how to vote by mail in Georgia's upcoming primary election on June 9.Politically Georgia Shared .
The restaurant scene's reopenIn this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC dining editor Ligaya Figueras provides an update on the Atlanta restaurant scene following Gov.Access Atlanta Shared .
Movies About MomsWith Mother's Day right around the corner, we figured what better way to honor moms than a Top 3 episode featuring Movies About Mom?Cinema ATL Shared .
AFC The PitchThe Pitch continues with Part 9, featuring horror host and expert Blair Bathory discussing the outline for Lollipop and Maple!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
GardeningIn this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC reporter Rosalind Bentley discusses the surge of interest in gardening amid the pandemic.Access Atlanta Shared .
Indie SpotlightWith everyone under quarantine, we're all looking for options of things to watch. We figured why not support LOCAL artists?Cinema ATL Shared .
Filmmakers from Feature Film Letters From a BottleGreg Galloway, Karon Riley, and Jason Winn discuss their feature film Letters from a Bottle!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
How local musicians are handling isolationWith live music and concert reviews on hold due to COVID-19, the AJC's Melissa Ruggieri has created a new series, Mic Check, which focuses on how Georgia musicians are currently spending their time.Access Atlanta Shared .
Georgia's ReopeningOn Monday, April 20, Gov. Brian Kemp announced plans to reopen Georgia businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.Politically Georgia Shared .
Financial FilmsTax Day might have been delayed this year, but that's not stopping us from revealing our Top 3 Financial Films.Cinema ATL Shared .
Going The Distance: The Emergency Drinking Buddies EpisodeFor those of you who requested an episode in these trying times, we got you.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Monday, April 20, 2020GPB's Jon Nelson, Hannah Goodin, and Matt Stewart weigh in on Rush Propst new role as the head football coach at Valdosta High School...Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Duncan Hodges and Alex Woodruff from Pineapple Cut PicturesDuncan Hodges and Alex Woodruff from Pineapple Cut Pictures discuss their horror short Forgive Us, queer themes in horror films, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
PG Mini: SportsA new series from the Politically Georgia podcast explores how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting various areas of life in the state of Georgia.Politically Georgia Shared .
PG Mini: Public transportationA new series from the Politically Georgia podcast explores how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting various areas of life in the state of Georgia.Politically Georgia Shared .
PG Mini: Food accessA new series from the Politically Georgia podcast explores how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting various areas of life in the state of Georgia.Politically Georgia Shared .
How you can celebrate Earth Day, even while sheltering in placeThe 50th anniversary of Earth Day is on April 22. In this episode of accessAtlanta, freelance writer Jewel Wicker shares a few recommendations for ways to commemorate the day while adhering to social distancing guidelines and shelter-in-place orders, online or in your local neighborhood.Access Atlanta Shared .
InterviewBrendan Davis got his start in Atlanta, running sound on independent film projects, Now, he's a producer working on projects from LA to China.Cinema ATL Shared .
How Georgia's election year has changedHost Greg Bluestein speaks with AJC statehouse and elections reporter Mark Niesse about the changes to this year's election amid the coronavirus pandemic.Politically Georgia Shared .
PG Mini: Atlanta's music industryA new series from the Politically Georgia podcast explores how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting various areas of life in the state of Georgia.Politically Georgia Shared .
PG MiniA new series from the Politically Georgia podcast explores how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting various areas of life in the state of Georgia.Politically Georgia Shared .
The state of the restaurant industry in Metro AtlantaIn this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC dining editor Ligaya Figueras shares how the Metro Atlanta restaurant industry has changed amid the coronavirus pandemic.Access Atlanta Shared .
Pg Mini: Aps Schools, GraduationsA new series from the Politically Georgia podcast explores how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting various areas of life in the state of Georgia.Politically Georgia Shared .
TV Shows to BingeEven though we may be on lockdown, the CinemATL Podcast continues! Now that you've watched all of Tiger King, you may be looking for some other shows to binge during quarantine.Cinema ATL Shared .
PG Mini: Jails and prisonsA new series from the Politically Georgia podcast explores how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting various areas of life in the state of Georgia.Politically Georgia Shared .
PG Mini: Economy, jobs, housingA new series from the Politically Georgia podcast explores how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting various areas of life in the state of Georgia.Politically Georgia Shared .
Episode 273Tucky Williams discusses her series and feature film Girl/Girl Scene out now on Amazon Prime, fighting and defeating trolls online, telling authentic lesbian stories, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Georgia's shelter-in-place orderGreg Bluestein and AJC reporter Tamar Hallerman discuss the week in Georgia politics, which is highlighted by Gov.Politically Georgia Shared .
Street Art in Metro AtlantaThere are more than 700 murals in Metro Atlanta. In this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC writer Najja Parker shares the best street art in Metro Atlanta that can be viewed on a walk while adhering to social distancing guidance or even from a car.Access Atlanta Shared .
Bell Street BurritosMeet Matt Hinton. He doesn't come from a history of restaurateurs nor did he attend culinary school.The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
An interview with an epidemiologistIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC health care reporter Ariel Hart interview Ben Lopman, professor of epidemiology and environmental health at Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University.Politically Georgia Shared .
Coronavirus ChroniclesI caught up with Michael Lennox of Electric Hospitality to chat about a recent initiative that he and other ATL business owners started just in the past few weeks - ATL Family Meal.The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
Megan Messmer from Web Series IntersectionMegan Messmer discusses her web series Intersection, moving to Atlanta, gentrification, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
The Latest: How Georgia is responding to the coronavirus outbreakIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and enterprise reporter Tamar Hallerman discuss the latest in Georgia's coronavirus news, including details from Albany - a town currently being hit hard - and highlights from Gov.Politically Georgia Shared .
Marc MaronMarc Maron comes on to discuss: His early days as a Boston comic. How he gets such good stuff from his podcast guests.The ATL Podcast Shared .
Classic albums to revisitIn this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC music writer Melissa Ruggieri and host Shane Harrison share classic albums to revisit while social distancing.Access Atlanta Shared .
Disney Animated FilmsThe Top 3 edition of the CinemATL Podcast returns with a look at our favorite Disney Animated Films.Cinema ATL Shared .
Filmmaker and Author Lauren PeacockLauren Peacock discusses her filmmaking career and her new book "Female. Likes Cheese. Comes with Dog." which is out now on Amazon!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
The latest on the coronavirus, Georgia politics and moreIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC enterprise reporter Tamar Hallerman discuss the latest updates on the coronavirus in Georgia, which include: the Georgia legislature's special session, a senator testing positive for the virus, Gov.Politically Georgia Shared .
Atlanta Movie and TV NewsWhat's going on in the Atlanta film and TV scene? Our industry news edition of the CinemATL Podcast has you covered.Cinema ATL Shared .
Gentrification the Atlanta Way with King WilliamsSpecial guest King Williams stops in to give a class on the many overlooked details in the conversation of gentrification in Atlanta, his internship with Spike Lee, and his films East Lake Meadows and The Atlanta Way.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Monday, March 16, 2020Host Jon Nelson talks with Steven Craft, the athletic director of Fulton County Schools. They discuss the academic and athletic challenges of the coronavirus.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Kevin Gillese from Dad's Garage and How to Ruin the HolidaysKevin Gillese tells us about stepping down as Artistic Director at Dad's Garage, working with special needs actors, and his feature film How to Ruin the Holidays!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
How the coronavirus is impacting GeorgiaIn the latest episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC health reporter Ariel Hart discuss the latest updates on the coronavirus and the impact it is having on metro Atlanta and the state of Georgia.Politically Georgia Shared .
Coi13 RecapByck at it, the guys recap their experience at #Coi13 and the new brewery, Firemaker!The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Inside Atlanta's eSports worldIn this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC video producer Joseph Ferguson takes you inside a star-studded Call of Duty tournament at Gateway Center Arena and explores the landscape of eSports in Atlanta.Access Atlanta Shared .
Sam BurchfieldThe Atlanta Podcast welcomes musician Sam Burchfield to discuss: Making money in the streaming world.The ATL Podcast Shared .
A look at qualifying and the next few months in Georgia politicsIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC statehouse reporter Maya T. Prabhu discuss Georgia's recent week-long period where state and federal candidates officially qualified to run for office.Politically Georgia Shared .
Jason and Heather DeVan from DeVan Clan ProductionsJason and Heather DeVan from DeVan Clan Productions discuss their Along Came the Devil feature film series and upcoming projects!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
S4B11, Taste of Marietta Coming in April! Courtney Spiess and Tiffany of Marietta Visitors BureauBill talks to Courtney Spiess, the marketing and PR manager for the Marietta visitor bureau.Marietta Stories Shared .
Allman Brothers Band 50th anniversaryIn this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC music writer Melissa Ruggieri previews the Allman Brothers Band's 50th anniversary celebration and shares things you can do in Macon to create a full Southern rock tour.Access Atlanta Shared .
Basketball FilmsWith the debut of "The Way Back" in theaters this weekend and March Madness just around the corner, we decided to take a look at our Top 3 favorite basketball films.Cinema ATL Shared .
Everything you need to know about the coronavirus in GeorgiaHost Greg Bluestein and AJC health reporter Ariel Hart discuss Atlanta's two confirmed cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus, context surrounding the cases and public response.Politically Georgia Shared .
Super Tuesday PreviewIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein joined The Mark Arum Show on WSB Radio to preview Super Tuesday.Politically Georgia Shared .
Matthew Pope and Bethany Anne Lind from Blood On Her NameMatthew Pope and Bethany Anne Lind from feature film Blood On Her Name discuss making the film, give tips on getting a Georgia based project off the ground, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
What South Carolina's primary results mean ahead of Georgia's voteIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and The State's Maayan Schechter discuss the results of South Carolina Democratic presidential primary and how they relate to Georgia ahead of the state's primary on March 24 and Super Tuesday on March 3.Politically Georgia Shared .
Readers, writers share love of independent black romance novels in AtlantaIn this episode of accessAtlanta, podcast producer Bria Felicien invites you into the world of independently published romance novels, written by, for and about black women.Access Atlanta Shared .
S4B10, Jazz, Gospel and No Boundaries, 9 Time Grammy Winner, Bobby Sparks IIBobby Sparks grew up with two educators as parents. He starting playing organ at age 3 and developed his musical skills in church.Marietta Stories Shared .
Alice Waters + Georgia Organics Conference 2020We're excited to bring you a special episode which took place at the Georgia Organics Conference in Athens.The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
Episode 267Tod Lending and Kenny Blank discuss the making of the film and the closing night of the festival!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Previewing South Carolina's Democratic presidential primaryThe two also discuss what it's like to cover a debate and report back for social media, a newspaper article and our podcast.Politically Georgia Shared .
Stellaluna at The Center for Puppetry ArtsStellaluna, based on the book by Janell Cannon, is showing now through March 8 at the Center for Puppetry Arts.Access Atlanta Shared .
The return of 'religious liberty' legislationIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC reporter Tamar Hallerman discuss the return of controversial "religious liberty" legislation and more.Politically Georgia Shared .
Tommy Stein and Peter Swanson from Wild Hunt MediaTommy and Peter from Wild Hunt Media discuss their multimedia project The Affected World, the films they've made in this world, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Brian LewisBOCADO is one of those restaurants that has aided in defining dining for Atlanta. The restaurant has been been a part of westside for 10+ years and continues to hold a place of dining reverence in our city — and will for many to come.The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
Terence MooreSports journalist Terence Moore comes on the podcast to discuss: Atlanta sports highs and lows over 25 plus years.The ATL Podcast Shared .
S4B9, Don Most of Happy Days coming to Marietta!Bill spoke with Don. Most, who is best know for his portrayal of Ralph Malph in the 1970's #1 Hit Show of Happy Days.Marietta Stories Shared .
A guide to the Virginia-Highland neighborhoodVirginia-Highland bills itself as the original work-live-play neighborhood, and this charming intown neighborhood may be right.Access Atlanta Shared .
Jovita Moore Is On TAP? !Icon in journalism and Channel 2 news anchor "Jovita Moore" for some reason blessed the guys of The Atlanta Podcast with her presence and chopped it up about her origin story, struggles that she has experienced as a black woman in her field, rap, her favorite local food spots and Posse ATL.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Monday, February, 10, 2020GPB's Jon Nelson, Tommy Palmer, and Matt Stewart breakdown National Signing Day. They discuss where the top unsigned Georgia high school football prospects are headed.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Acting Teacher and Coach Louis StancilActing teacher and coach Louis Stancil discusses his career, what students can expect at LS Studios, and moving on past tragedy!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Steve NygrenSteve Nygren is one with a long history here in Atlanta. Back in 2004, the first house at.The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
S4B8, 5 Course Love, Marietta Theatre Company's Latest Offering is Terrific! !Bill interviews Blaine Clotfelter, one of Marietta Theatre Company's founders and they discuss their latest production, 5 Course Love.Marietta Stories Shared .
How the Georgia legislative session got off trackIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC statehouse veteran James Salzer discuss: the budget, how the 2020 legislative session has gotten off track and the situation between House Speaker David Ralston and Gov.Politically Georgia Shared .
Super Bowl 54Super conversations from the Super Bowl media days in Miami, Florida. Interviews Recorded: January 29-30 2020.The ATL Podcast Shared .
Things to do for Valentine's DayValentine's Day is quickly approaching. In this episode of accessAtlanta, freelance writer Carolyn Desalu shares things to do in and around Atlanta for couples or singles, who want to celebrate the holiday with a loved one or to treat yourself.Access Atlanta Shared .
Miya Bailey and the Order of Peters Street StationThe guys got invited out to the wonderful world of Peters Street Station to link up with ATL Legend Miya Bailey and talk art, movies, comics, his story, and his vision for the future.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Robin Kincade Discusses How To Be a Successful Production AssistantProducer and locations expert Robin Kincade discusses her new series How To Be a Successful Production Assistant, the film industry in San Francisco, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Rashid NuriUrban Agriculture. This might sound like a bit of an oddity to some, but with over 80% of Americans living in metro areas we're now more dependent on others producing almost all of the food we consume.The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
The Trophy Husband with Joel ByarsComedian Joel Byars drops in and talks about his comedy special, the Atlanta comedy scene, and candles.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Oscars RoundtableThe 92nd Academy Awards, better known as the Oscars, will take place on Feb. 9 at 8 p.m.Access Atlanta Shared .
Doug Collins, Raphael Warnock enter Senate raceIn this episode, host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell discuss two recent announcements: U.S. Rep.Politically Georgia Shared .
Monday, January 27, 2020The life of Irwin County Head Football Coach Buddy Nobles was celebrated in Ocilla this past weekend.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Episode 263Isaac Deitz discusses his filmmaking game Kick the Ladder, why consistently being creative is important, and how you can participate as well!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Farm BurgerBack in 2008, George and his partner, Jason Mann, set out to change the makeup of what makes a burger joint.The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
Brick Store PubThere are few places in Atlanta touting the flag of "20+ Years in Business." Let alone business that have shaped the way people experience parts of our beautiful city.The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
Fresh HarvestThe mission of Fresh Harvest is simple: Fresh produce that is locally sourced delivered to your front door.The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
What Georgia voters are saying about impeachment, moreIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell discuss a recent AJC poll of Georgia voters.Politically Georgia Shared .
Atlanta and the Grammy AwardsAtlanta will be well-represented in nominations across many categories at Sunday's Grammy Awards. In this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC music writer Melissa Ruggieri and host Shane Harrison prep you for the 2020 edition of the Grammy Awards.Access Atlanta Shared .
I Know You See Me In The RideshareThe guys chop it up about Yung Joc, Tyler Perry, and New Falcons Jerseys. #ATLSalute Goes To: Whiz Socks What's On TAP?The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Recapping the session's first week; budgetIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC statehouse veteran James Salzer recap the first week of the 2020 legislative session and breakdown the budget proposal Gov.Politically Georgia Shared .
ShahShah returns to the show to discuss what he has been up to since our first chat, the way the latin community went crazy for "Telemundo", how he and his team are going to continue...The ATL Podcast Shared .
Episode 262Tax attorney Peter Stathopoulos discusses the recent audit of the tax incentives, how he became involved, and what he sees for the future of Georgia film!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
S4B7, Love and Axes, Dan, Nicole and Kennedy Fisher of American AxesDan Fisher met his wife Nicole in bar she didn't want to be in. He sang to her and she took the bait, 31 years to the date that his parents met.Marietta Stories Shared .
Things to do during the MLK holiday, black history month in AtlantaThe Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday is Monday, January 20. In this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC features reporter Rosalind Bentley shares things to do over the holiday weekend - whether they are related to food, arts or history - that either honor King's legacy or make a good thing to do during Black History Month.Access Atlanta Shared .
Black Owned Spirits Expo 1.18.2020Tiffany and Ms. Shala drop in to tell us about the Black Owned Spirits Expo THIS WEEKEND!The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Jesse Price and Melodie Sisk from Messy HeartsJesse Price and Melodie Sisk discuss their film Messy Hearts, ‘90s music, non-monogamous relationships, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
The 2020 Georgia Legislative Session PreviewGeorgia's 2020 legislative session begins on Monday, January 13. Host Greg Bluestein and statehouse veteran James Salzer preview the session and discuss: the social legislation and bills that could dominate the session, the state's budget, and more.Politically Georgia Shared .
Star Wars: Rise of SkywalkerMartin and Michael are back with a new Podcast for a new year. It's our annual Star Wars special!Cinema ATL Shared .
20 Things to Do in Atlanta in 2020If one of your 2020 goals was to see more of Atlanta, freelance writer Nina Reeder is here to help.Access Atlanta Shared .
Star Bars IX: The Rise of GentrificationBack from the holidays, the guys talk about the possible final chapter of Star Community Bar.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Souper JennyJenny Levison, creator of Souper Jenny, comes to The Atlanta Podcast and discusses: How she outlasts trends.The ATL Podcast Shared .
Georgia State Senate Candidate Kelly RoseGeorgia State Senate District 17 candidate Kelly Rose discusses why she decided to run for office, the world of post-production supervising, owning a farm, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
S4B6, Schoolhouse Brewing Awards and Growth with Thomas MontiThomas Monti has a lot going on. Bill sat down in the principals office of Schoolhouse Brewing on Franklin Gateway to reconnect on Thomas's and Justin Waller's business, now one year old, the award they've one and most importantly, their philosophy at schoolhouse brewing and local businesses in general.Marietta Stories Shared .
2019 Year in Review2019 was a busy year. In this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and former AJC Washington correspondent.Politically Georgia Shared .
Atlanta Dining's Year in Review2019 was a good year for the Atlanta dining scene. In this episode of the accessAtlanta podcast, dining editor Ligaya Figueras, food critic Wendell Brock and longtime beer and food writer Bob Townsend recap the year in restaurants and their stories, food, beer and cocktails.Access Atlanta Shared .
Season TwoThanks for listening to The Atlanta Foodcast again this season! Can't wait to bring you more episodes soon.The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
S4B5, On the road with Big Bethel's Heaven BoundBill takes to the road to ATL's Big Bethel AME church for a special behind the scenes look at Heaven Bound, a morality play started 89 years ago has been going strong every year since.Marietta Stories Shared .
AFC: Chattin' with Chuck: Episode 22Chuck goes over the top 5 things you should avoid as a screenwriter in the new year and new decade!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
S4EP2, Grave for a leg and Cherokees, Dr. Lamar SneedI met Dr. Lamar Sneed over a grave of one of his ancestors in the city cemetery.Marietta Stories Shared .
The rebirth of Capricorn StudiosMacon is synonymous with Southern rock, and the legendary Capricorn Studios is undergoing a rebirth there.Access Atlanta Shared .
TAP REWIND: Broken Windows with The Atlanta Meme TeamEnjoy some classic episodes during the holiday seasons and commutes! The homies of Atlanta Meme drop in to talk about Broken Window Theory, The Falcons, and of course...The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Tap Rewind: Storytime With FrkoEnjoy some classic episodes during the holiday seasons and commutes! Tis the season for Dragon Con!The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Episode 259Zach Lamplugh and Brian Emond from The VICE Guide to Bigfoot discuss making the film, their successful screening at the Austin Film Festival, balancing comedy and story, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Precinct closures, voting issues in GeorgiaAJC reporter Mark Niesse joined the podcast to discuss the reporting and analysis he and AJC data reporter Nick Thieme did that found that precinct closers harmed voter turnout in Georgia.Politically Georgia Shared .
Behind the Scenes of Snow MountainSnow Mountain at Stone Mountain is one of winter's top activities in the metro Atlanta area.Access Atlanta Shared .
S4B4, Marietta Comes out to honor MHS State Champs!Bill talks to several players, politicians and school employees on the first Marietta football state championship since 1967.Marietta Stories Shared .
Matt and StacieGym etiquette, more proof that we are the worst parents, and what does it mean to be "handy".The ATL Podcast Shared .
Monday, December 16, 2019With the high school football season done for 2019, the GPB Sports team puts a bow on the championship playoffs.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Atlien Chrimus Party This Sunday!THIS SUNDAY TAP, FRKO, Atlanta Meme, and Doran have teamed up to throw a dope Christmas Party invaded by ATLiens at Monday Night Garage benefiting homeless LGBTQ youth and homeless veterans $10 Ticket.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
Ryan Millsap, CEO of Blackhall StudiosBlackhall Studios CEO Ryan Millsap discusses starting the studio, its new feature development division, and answers your listener questions!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Jason Hoch ReturnsWhen we last spoke to Jay, he was the Chief Content Officer at How Stuff Works.The ATL Podcast Shared .
The latest in Georgia politicsIn this episode of the Politically Georgia, host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell discuss the latest developments in Georgia politics, including the challenges Kelly Loeffler will face as she takes office as a U.S. Senator, U.S. Rep.Politically Georgia Shared .
Winter Things to DoThere are fun things to do in metro Atlanta when it's cold out. In this episode of accessAtlanta, freelance writer Jewel Wicker shares the many fun things to do around town throughout winter, including many activities that take place before the holidays and some will still be around after they are long gone.Access Atlanta Shared .
Monday, December 9, 2019It's the last eight games of Georgia's high school football season. The GPB Sports crew breaks it all down ahead of the championship.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Carrie and Alan Tupper from KamikazeCarrie and Alan Tupper discuss their web comic Kamikaze and its upcoming animated version, the world of animation, pitching the project around, and much more!Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Kelly Loeffler's appointment; U.S. Rep. Tom Graves' announcementIn this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell discuss U.S. Rep.Politically Georgia Shared .
Ben WitteBen talks food, concerts, dating, jeans, tins and much more.The ATL Podcast Shared .
Washington Park's centennialConstruction began in November 1919, so Washington Park is celebrating its hundredth anniversary. In this episode of accessAtlanta, reporter Bo Emerson talks with CJ Jackson is the chair of the Conservancy at Historic Washington Park, about Washington Park's history, how Atlanta's changing dynamics are impacting it and what Jackson hopes for the...Access Atlanta Shared .
Monday, December 2, 2019There's one week to go until the Georgia High School Association finals at Georgia State University.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
From The Vault: The Hymen PFrom The Vault Episodes: Past episodes that never went up due to sound quality or awful opinions but still lowkey slap.The Atlanta Podcast Shared .
AFC Presents: Chattin' with ChuckYour first script is your baby, but don't get stuck on it! Chuck discusses moving on in this episode of Chattin' with Chuck.Atlanta Film Chat Shared .
Real Food, Real Stories at General AssemblyHey, friends! Here's a little bonus episode for you. I had the pleasure of moderating a conversation with Jen Hidinger-Kendrick of Giving Kitchen, Steve Carse of King of Pops, and Zac Harrison of Fresh Harvest at General Assembly last month.The Atlanta Foodcast Shared .
Atlanta's Holiday Concerts'Tis the season to celebrate the holidays with your favorite musical artists. Throughout the holiday season, there will be large and intimate concerts along radio shows and smaller musical events in metro Atlanta.Access Atlanta Shared .
Monday, November 25, 2019Round 2 of the 2019 playoffs saw defending champs fall, and the playoffs set up championship-sized quarter final matches.Football Fridays in Georgia Shared .
Steve KooninWorking at or near the top at ATL giants Coca Cola, Turner Entertainment and The Atlanta Hawks makes Steve a must listen for The Atlanta Podcast.The ATL Podcast Shared .
The High Museum's new collectionBeginning Nov. 22, impressionist paintings by Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, Matisse and others will go on exhibit at the High Museum of Art inside the Doris and Shouky Shaheen Gallery.Access Atlanta Shared .
Analysis, interviews live from Atlanta's Democratic debateFollowing the Atlanta Democratic presidential debate at Tyler Perry Studios, AJC Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell shares immediate reactions and analysis with host Greg Bluestein.Politically Georgia Shared .
S4B4, Ed Asner comes to Marietta for the Play, A Man and His ProstateThe Emmy Award winning actor, Ed Asner is coming to Marietta! and we talk through his life from his humble beginnings in Kansas City, Kansas to the theater, TV and movies.Marietta Stories Shared .