A President who either doesn’t know the words to the Star Spangled Banner or doesn’t want to sing the national anthem was welcomed to the college football championship in the most appropriate way on Monday. Before any snowflakes get upset, let’s remember the buffoon blatantly disrespected Atlanta because he’s a baby.
The best time to announce layoffs and a wholesale business change to your decimated team? Two days after Christmas, duh. Creative Loafing‘s top brass decided today is the time to “finally say goodbye to an era that is likely gone” announcing “reduced roles” for three editorial positions and four layoffs on the sales side of
Two months after a judge set a $750,000 bond for Atlanta attorney and former member of the Georgia Board of Elections, Tex Mclver, the AJC is reporting that the accused raised the 10% needed to walk free until his trial. Mclver is accused of murdering his wife, Dianne, in September of 2016. Mclver maintains it
Add the Prix Gaillen Pro Bono Humanum Award to the list of accolades bestowed upon Jimmy Carter. The Gaillen Foundation announced yesterday that President Carter will be this year’s honoree on Oct. 26 at a glitzy gala in NYC. Dr. P. Roy Vagelos, Chairman of the Prix Galien USA Committee said they decided to award the prize to our
The “City of Atlanta” has a message for all of the rainbow crosswalk critics: buy yourself a one-way ticket to Chattanooga or Birmingham. Granted, Chattanooga doesn’t have the scratch to spend on multi-colored pavement paint or a streetcar that no one uses, but, as City of Atlanta pointed out, we do have bridges….over our water.
Truly we have achieved peak….something…when Congressman John Lewis and RuPaul are considered 1/50th of the world’s 100 most influential people. Writing in Time, Sen. Cory Booker said of Lewis: In the 1960s, Lewis was one of the “Big Six” civil rights leaders, and today he is the last remaining person alive who spoke at the March on
You can now refer to George Ervin Perdue as Secretary Sonny. Our former governor was confirmed as the 39th Secretary of Agriculture today. With Sonny’s confirmation, Georgia now has more power in the White House than at any time since the Carter Administration, if my memory serves me right. In addition to his lofty governmental