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Episode 27: Tragedy, Mayoral Transparency, More Eminent Domain & Media Falsity

Zettler and Greg pay respect to transitioned Mays High Raider Marquez Montgomery and a successful Mays football season. They also revisit English Ave. resident Kathryn Johnston’s murder by cops a decade ago, before tackling the latest kerfuffle between the residents of Peoplestown and the city of Atlanta, and more. 11 more words

Formula

News polls show Clinton, Trump in dead heat in Georgia

Three public polls show Clinton now within the margin of error

♦By Rich Shumate, Chickenfriedpolitics.com editor

ATLANTA (CFP) — Three new public polls show that… 346 more words

White House 2016

Mercer favored over Georgia Tech in Honey Bowl XVI

Bears like honey. Bees like honey. Tomorrow afternoon, Mercer and Georgia Tech will face off for the sixteenth time in the history of their in-state rivalry, and it already looks like the Baptists have beat the nerds at their own game. 159 more words

ALDLAND

Sandy Creek’s Taylor seeks Olympic mark (and second gold)

RIO DE JANEIRO–U.S. triple jumper Christian Taylor won a gold medal at the London 2012 Olympics, but at the Rio Games he has his eyes on more than just a second gold medal. 106 more words

Atlantan Christian Coleman helps U.S. win 4x100 heat

RIO DE JANEIRO — As a child, U.S. Olympian Christian Coleman dreamed of sharing a track with U.S. track stars Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay. On Thursday, he got his chance — running the 4×100 meter relay preliminary heat with Gay. 81 more words

Remainder of my AJC Work

Here is the link to the remainder of my work at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Please visit and read some of my best work that I had a chance to experience from May 2016-July 2016. 20 more words

Beat Blog Posts

Sermon 08-14-16: "The Inside Out Gospel"

In the movie Inside Out, Riley’s mother—along with Riley’s emotion Joy acting as accomplice—encourages Riley to “put on a happy face,” even though Riley has good reason to be sad. 2,751 more words