Cindy Wilson

This summer, 27 so-called micronations gathered in Dunwoody, Georgia for MicroCon 2017. A micronation is defined as a small, self-proclaimed entity which claims to be an independent sovereign state, but is not acknowledged as such by any recognized sovereign state, or by any supranational organization. Vice News produced a documentary from the convention, which featured many micronations based within Georgia. We get the inside scoop from Vice Media Video Producer Oliver Noble.

This week, Atlanta-based Delta Airlines banned a disruptive passenger for life. This passenger was captured on video a week earlier shouting pro-Donald Trump and anti-Hillary Clinton remarks on a flight from Atlanta to Allentown, Pennsylvania. In addition to banning this passenger, Delta also gave refunds to people aboard that flight. Delta's decision came after the airline was criticized for its initial inaction in the matter.

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Cindy Wilson co-founded The B-52s in Athens, Georgia in 1976. Now she’s back on tour, premiering material from her forthcoming, full-length solo album, “Change.” She drops by the studio to chat about her life and music. You can hear music from the new album recorded live in the GPB Performance Studio in the video below.