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  • It Is Qualifying Day In Georgia
  • Traffic Booting Measure Before Atlanta City Council
  • Mercer Women Earn Invite To NCAA Tournament

  • Tex McIver Jury Selection Begins
  • Rep. Lewis Returns To Edmund Pettus Bridge
  • Supreme Court Overturns Gag Order in Grinstead Murder

All hour, we looked back at some of the best conversations by Celeste Headlee, who recently stepped down as host of ‘On Second Thought."

We started off the show with our chat with Henry Winkler, best known as “The Fonz” on TV’s Happy Days. Winkler came to Georgia last summer for the Decatur Book Festival. He’s the co-creator of a popular children’s book series that centers on Hank Zipzer, a young boy with learning difficulties.

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On this edition of Political Rewind, in a matchup between Delta Airlines and the NRA, it’s no contest: GOP legislators pass a tax break that saves Georgian millions, but denies Delta a cut worth $40 million.  We’ll look at the long-range consequences of the battle.  Plus, thousands of gun safety advocates rallied at the State Capitol last month, but their voices were silenced by an official who made sure the microphones at the state facility were turned off.  Also, a Columbus state senator pushes a bill to force the city of Atlanta to shorten the hours of city polling places, leading critic

Delta CEO Addresses NRA Spat

Dalton Teacher Had Guns Taken By Police

Rep. Lewis Leads Congressional Civil Rights Pilgrimage

  • Homeless Out Of Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport
  • Former Medical Examiner Faces New Drug Distribution Charges
  • Savannah Lessens Pot Penalties

Get on the Civil Rights Trail!

Mar 2, 2018

Did you know that Sumner, Mississippi was the site of Emmett Till's murder trial? Till was just 14 years old when he was lynched by a group of white men who falsely accused him of whistling at a white woman.

What about Raleigh, North Carolina? Did you know that city is home to Estey Hall...that's the first building constructed for the higher education of African-American women in the United States.

I'm sure you already know that Atlanta, Georgia is the city where Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. grew up during segregation. 

  • Flags in Georgia will be half-staff today to remember the late Billy Graham.
  • Georgia senate has approved a bill to lower state income taxes.
  • A six month boycott against Atlanta Houston's restaurant has ended. 

On this “Two Way Street,” we’re talking about what dogs think and feel with a neuroscientist who has spent years studying them—Dr. Gregory Berns. His book, “What It’s Like to Be a Dog,” details his years of research on canine cognition.  

Of Montreal / Polyvinyl Record Co.

Not too many indie bands can say they’ve gone strong for more than 20 years. Athens group Of Montreal is an exception. Founded by Kevin Barnes in the late 90s, the band has released 14 full length albums. Their 15th album, called "White Is Relic / Irrealis Mood," comes out on March 9th. We talk with Barnes about the vision behind this latest record.