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  • Indian Country Today booboo
    Network displays Maya glyph from Georgia in article dissing Mayas in Georgia
    US Forest Service now claims that Lisa LaRue-Baker, a musician in the group “2KX” and living 800 miles away in Oklahoma, ordered them to block Georgia hikers from accessing the Track Rock ruins and also to not allow the History Channel...
  •  U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is calling for a nationwide recall of cars equipped with the defective Takata driver’s-side airbags.
    Nationwide Recall of 7.8M US Vehicles Equipped With Takata Airbags
    In light of a recent airbag failure in a 2007 Ford Mustang in North Carolina—which was not part of the original “high-humidity areas” Takata recall—the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is calling for a...
  • Inside the museum of Georgia O'Keeffe
    Georgia O'Keeffe Museum showcases the work of the famous artist
    In Santa Fe, the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum stands in the middle of downtown for all tourists, international visitors and art lovers to enjoy the beauty and scenery of this famous female artist.The collection is changed periodically while key...
  • Sweetwater Creek State Park Fall Foliage
    Sweetwater Creek Hiking Trails Blazing with Fall Color
    The golden peak of autumn has reached Sweetwater Creek State Park, in Lithia Springs, for the first time since last year! The conservation park is west of Atlanta, just a few minutes from I-20. Home to some of the most fascinating hikes in the...
  • Tommy Talton
    Tommy Talton continues to shine on new release
    New release: Until After Then by Tommy Talton (Hittin’ the Note Records)In the late sixties when Tommy Talton was a teenager in Orlando, Florida, little did he know what an influential music career was laid out before him. At that time, his...
  • 1620 map of North America
    French archives describe English colony in Metro Atlanta older than Jamestown
    A long-forgotten letter, discovered in early November of 2014 by regional planner and historian, Michael Jacobs, has provided very significant collaborating evidence that an English colony thrived in what is now northeast Metro Atlanta throughout...
  • Georgia’s ‘Dirty Dozen’ filthiest waterways put communities at risk
    Georgia’s ‘Dirty Dozen’ filthiest waterways put communities at risk
    It’s a crying shame. Severely polluted water, Georgia is surrounded by it. The waters themselves are so polluted enjoying Georgia’s favorite water activities, like fishing and swimming has become a danger. The fact that drinking water...
  • Stop pointing the finger at fishing, point it at polluting industries
    Stop pointing the finger at fishing, point it at polluting industries
    Sandy muddy bottoms peak August and October in Georgia In the marshes, estuaries and winter beaches, you can go as far as a mile or two out searching for crabs. Crabbing has declined over the years, the same attitude prevails commercial fishermen...
  • Greg Orman
    Democrats shed party label in attempt to save Senate majority
    Around the country, Democrats in close Senate races are suddenly deciding that the Democratic Party is not for them. Some Democrats have jettisoned the national Democrats entirely in order to run as independents, while others are avoiding any...
  • Chipmunk love nest -2
    Chic love nest slides into wall cabinet
    Ross and Brittany Chipette, a young couple expecting their first offspring, opted for a compact, modular living arrangement.Tasteful compactness and spatial efficiency are the new mantras for residential architecture. The drastically reduced...
  • GAGOP slams Georgia democrats who humiliated a young girl with diabetes
    GAGOP slams Georgia democrats who humiliated a young girl with diabetes
    Georgia Democrats launched a ruthless attack against Georgia conservative businessman David Perdue, who is running against Georgia Democrat Michelle Nunn, for the U.S. Senate, after he signed the insulin pump of a young Georgian with diabetes at a...
  • Aretha Franklin in Atlanta!
    Aretha Franklin in Atlanta!
    "Aretha Franklin is not only the definitive female soul singer of the Sixties, she's also one of the most influential and important voices in pop history. Franklin fused the gospel music she grew up on with the sensuality of R&B, the...
  • Michelle Nunn poses with Usher
    Georgia's Senate race could end in a runoff
    The race for the vacant United States Senate seat in Georgia is currently considered a toss-up by most polls and experts. The seat is being vacated by retiring Senator Saxby Chambliss, who has held office since 2003. Chambliss has been a reliable...
  • Georgia governor creates Ebola response team
    Georgia governor creates Ebola response team
    In breaking news, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal announced on Sunday that he will sign an executive order to create an Ebola response team, which will assess current state health and emergency management procedures and produce necessary...
  • Georgia Coast Bull Redfish
    Bull fighting redfish on the coast - Georgia's Golden Isles
    Pamplona has its running of the bulls and a host of other Spanish towns feature bull rings. But that bull fighting is very different from battling the “bulls” that run off the beaches of Georgia’s Golden Isles in the late summer...