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Streetcars

From the men who chartered the companies and the mules that pulled the cars to bitter feuds, boycotts and labor strikes...there is a lot to share about streetcars in Atlanta. They ...

African American Parks

As the world is in chaos, my hope is that, at the very least, I hope it can be a way for listeners to escape the news cycle and take a mental break. After 1890, black Atlantans wer...

Ponce City Market

My goal is to get people to think deeper about everyday places. Whether it’s where you live, where you work or where you play...if it’s in Atlanta, and it’s not brand-new, it has a...

Murder of W. A. Scott

In 1934, W.A. Scott was a hugely successful entrepreneur, with a publishing empire and a brand-new 4th marriage. As he pulls his car into his garage one late night, he is shot by a...

Epidemics - Part I

As the world watches the COVID-19, come learn about historical outbreaks in Atlanta and how the city dealt with each. The press loved discussing the spread of disease - sensational...

Margaret Mitchell

This week is all about Margaret Mitchell - from her family, childhood, marriages through health struggles and how she wrote arguably the most famous book in the world. What I love ...

This week, I'm interviewing local entrepreneur, author and friend, Akila McConnell. We're talking about Atlanta’s early cooking and restaurant history and this episode is packed wi...

February is Black History Month, Alexander Hamilton is STILL my favorite episode to-date AND my resources and researching skills have improved since starting this podcast - so this...

Pittsburgh

One of Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods, this is the story of the people who settled it, the buildings they built and what stories these streets have to tell. Stories of rail work, s...

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