Author: Jessica Szilagyi

Morning Reads – Thursday, August 13, 2020

Phone a friend….Today marks the 131st anniversary of the patent issued for a coin-operated telephone — in 1889, it was issued to William Gray. 71 years after that, “Echo I,” a balloon satellite, allowed the first two-way telephone conversation by satellite to take place. Peaches 2 longtime Georgia House incumbents appear to be defeated Man

Morning Reads – Thursday, July 30, 2020

Peaches Dead even race in Georgia between Trump, Biden. U.S. House chairman asks Kemp for documents detailing Georgia’s handling of COVID-19. Athens officials to consider 10 p.m. ‘last call’ for alcohol Macon mayor vetoes mask mandate for Bibb County  Georgia student expelled for racist social media post she didn’t make. Rural Georgia’s ‘Legal Deserts’ Are

Morning Reads – Thursday, July 23, 2020

Happy Thursday! Today is the 116th anniversary of the invention of the ice cream cone which was delivered to us by Charles E. Menches during the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis. Peaches Kemp and Bottoms talking settlement. Warren asks CDC to mandate masks, citing Georgia’s local ban. This Georgia city beat back COVID-19. Georgia

Morning Reads – Thursday, June 25, 2020

Today is the 58th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling stating that the use of unofficial non-denominational prayer in public schools was unconstitutional. Engel v. Vitale became a landmark case which has been cited over and over and over again ever since. Peaches Taking the slow road: exploring Georgia’s Ocean Highway In Augusta, a

Morning Reads – Thursday, June 18, 2020

Good morning – If 2020 wasn’t 2020 enough, a Saharan dust storm is breezing across the Atlantic. But if 2020 was a fishing show… Peaches Surprise billing legislation clears all the hurdles of legislature. Raffensperger wants power to intervene. Renaming our state colleges and universities? Considering a new hemp bill when the last one should