Live From Ponce City Market

 


The building that is now Ponce City Market has a long established history in Atlanta, starting as a Sears, Roebuck & Co. warehouse and evolving into a fashionable shopping, dining and loft living destination in Atlanta’s growing urban core. GPB's Rickey Bevington broadcasts live from Skyline Park, Ponce City Market’s rooftop amusement park Thursday, November 17 from 4 to 7 p.m. Tune in on 88.5 FM or stream live.

Stephen Fowler | GPB News

Tracy V. Wilson and Holly Frey host the popular podcast Stuff You Missed In History Class in the Atlanta offices at HowStuffWorks at Ponce City Market.

They joined me during our live show from the rooftop of Ponce City Market to talk about what it’s like to produce a history podcast in a historic building – and also some of their personal connections with the Sears company, which built this building in 1926.

Stephen Fowler | GPB News

On the rooftop of Ponce City Market, Skyline Park is home to midway games, sweeping views of the city and the Nine Mile Station beer garden.

I went up to Skyline Park on a Friday night and found both kids and kids at heart willing to talk about the joy and happiness the midway brings.

Here's an audio postcard of the sounds of Skyline Park.

El Super Pan

We may think about food all the time, but when is the last time you thought about what your food sounded like?

Stephen Fowler | GPB News

We may think about food all the time, but when is the last time you thought about what your food sounded like?

Whether it’s Indian street food or classic burgers, Ponce City Market’s food hall has something that sounds - and tastes - good for everyone. 

Stephen Fowler | GPB News

We may think about food all the time, but when is the last time you thought about what your food sounded like? 

Timeline: The History Of Ponce City Market

Nov 14, 2016
Jerry Hancock

Hop's Chicken

We may think about food all the time, but when is the last time you thought about what your food sounded like?