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While the actual city of Atlanta only ranks 33rd in size in the country, the Atlanta Metro area is the 8th largest in the country. Home to Coca Cola, Home Depot and Delta Airlines, it has one of the largest concentration of fortune 500 companies in the US. Following the removal of the Cherokee and Creek Indian Tribes, the area became a vital transportation hub for the south during the civil war. Now a thriving multicultural city, Atlanta hosted the Summer Olympics in 1996 and is also home to the world's busiest airport.

Population: 537958
Local Newspapers: Atlanta Journal Constitution
Local Sports Teams: Atlanta Braves (MLB) Falcons (NFL) and Hawks (NBA). Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Local Colleges: Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia State University Moorehead College

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Jon Hamm Saw Prince's Last Performance: It Was 'Like a Religious Experience'

Jon Hamm saw some amazing shows while he was filming his latest movie, Baby Driver , in Atlanta, but the most memorable was a Prince concert, which turned out to be the singer's very last performance. "Ninety minutes at the Fox Theater in Atlanta, jam-packed housenever stopped playing.

Massive counterprotest upstages Boston "free speech rally"

People participate in an anti-racism rally in Laguna Beach, Calif., Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017. Hundreds of people rallied at Southern California beaches to condemn racism in the wake of the deadly events in Charlottesville, Va.

Hundreds gather in Atlanta to march against racism

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A brand new musical composition will help people who are blind experience the solar eclipse

As the moon passes between the Earth and the sun, blotting out the star for millions on Monday, a team of scientists hopes that people around the United States will have the chance to listen to their vision of what an eclipse sounds like. The team of researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology created an original composition meant to represent the eclipse using sound.

A Chinese Poet's Unusual Path From Isolated Farm Life to Celebrity

The woman who has become one of China 's most-read poets - even hailed as its Emily Dickinson - spent most of her 41 years in a brick farmhouse tucked away behind trees and surrounded by wheat fields. Most days she would limp down a dirt lane to a pond to feed the fish.

Quaint cities popular with film producers, directors

Mayor Deborah Jackson and Police Chief Roosevelt Smith pose with actorturned-producer Mario Van Peebles when he stopped in Lithonia to shoot scenes for his NetFlix movie "Superstition." Mayor Deborah Jackson and Police Chief Roosevelt Smith pose with actorturned-producer Mario Van Peebles when he stopped in Lithonia to shoot scenes for his NetFlix movie "Superstition."

Film industry cranking out scenes in DeKalb

A movie crew sets up equipment while preparing a scene near the DeKalb County Department of Watershed Management's Pole Bridge Plant. A production crew films the aftermath of a car chase in Dunwoody for a scene from this year's summer blockbuster "Baby Driver," which starred Jamie Foxx, Kevin Spacey and Jon Hamm.

A potter molds his own galaxy of creations

Today, Beau Raymond exhibits pottery across the nation, but he didn't grow up in a small Louisiana town thinking about a career in shaping clay. "I teach at an art center - kids who are 6 and 7 years old, but I didn't touch clay until I was 20 years old," said Raymond, who manages the clay studio in the Johns Creek Art Center near Atlanta as well as producing work for his professional career.

Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson Replaced by Pregnant Black Woman

The campaign to eradicate memorials to any historical figures liberals consider not to have been in compliance with their ideology is mainly about symbolism - and symbolism couldn't be any more perfectly emblematic of what America is being transformed into than this : Activists lifted a modern sculpture depicting a pregnant African-American "Lady Liberty" onto the pedestal where a monument to Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson was removed overnight. The new statue is not sanctioned by the City of Baltimore which owns the site, but there was no immediate action to remove it by police or city officials.

Robin Thicke's girlfriend announces pregnancy

In this Aug. 7, 2015, file photo, Robin Thicke performs during the Steve Harvey Morning Show live broadcast at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Thicke's girlfriend, April Love Geary, announced on Instagram Aug. 17, 2017, that she's expecting a baby with the singer.

Grown-up chimps are less likely to help distressed friends

There, there! Adult chimpanzees are less likely than younger ones to console their companions in times of distress. The finding raises questions about how the capacity for empathy changes with age in our closest relatives - and us.

Candlelight march for Charlottesville in Atlanta

Dozens of people marched for more than a mile by Candlelight across Midtown Atlanta in a display of peace and unity, calling for an end to racial injustice and violence stemming from the events in Charlottesville. The march was organized by members of the University of Virginia alumni association and rallied for people in the community to stand with Charlottesville in prayer and solidarity.

NRC Names New Senior Resident Inspector At Sequoyah Nuclear Plant

Nuclear Regulatory Commission officials in Atlanta have named David Hardage as the agency's senior resident inspector at the Tennessee Valley Authority's Sequoyah nuclear power plant, located near Soddy Daisy.

Eye expert warns solar eclipse can cause blindness

If you're wondering whether watching the solar eclipse without those hard-to-find solar eclipse glasses can really make you blind, Emory Eye Center retina surgeon Dr. G Baker Hubbard says the answer is, most definitely, yes. Hubbard says he can't drive home this message enough.

'Protesters' Try To Tear Down Atlanta's Peace Monument

I put "protesters" in quotes because that's how these guys are always described, as if vandalism is just a form of protest. As if violence is just a form of protest.

GA: MARTA Ridership Down Since I-85 Reopened in Atlanta

When the I-85 bridge collapsed this spring, MARTA increased service and staffing to win over commuters forced off Atlanta highways and onto its trains. But an Atlanta Journal-Constitution analysis of federal transit statistics suggests MARTA got only a small boost in ridership that didn't last.

Petitions circulate to remove Confederate monuments in metro Atlanta

As activists nationwide push to remove Confederate monuments, petitions are circulating in metro Atlanta calling for the removal of some symbols of the Confederacy. The Confederate monument in Decatur Square is one of the monuments activists are targeting.

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