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HISTORIC DAILY WORLD BUILDING

Experience the Grand Re-Opening of the Historic Daily World Building in Atlanta, Georgia, as told through the voices, stories, memories and energy of that day.

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A CHAT WITH HAN VANCE

Han Vance is a writer, a poet, and a vivacious Atlantan who has a passion for self-expression.

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ATLANTA, BABY!

Everyone knows that Atlanta's reason for being is rail. We were born at the terminus of the Western & Atlantic Railroad in 1837. By 1842 there were 30 residents, now there are over 6,000,000.

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AN INTERVIEW WITH VICTOR LEVIN

​In this EXTRA edition of Sidewalk Radio, we're honored to spend some time talking life and film with Victor Levin, the super talented Writer & Director of the romantically charming, meaningfully funny, "5 to 7".

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THE CLASS OF ‘65

The Class Of '65 by Jim Auchmutey is a history lesson told through the turbulent days of the Civil Rights Movement and as played out in the south Georgia town of Americus, where a white kid and the dissident religious community he came from...

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HISTORIC DAILY WORLD BUILDING

Experience the Grand Re-Opening of the Historic Daily World Building in Atlanta, Georgia, as told through the voices, stories, memories and energy of that day.

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GONE WITH THE WIND, THE HOLIDAY PREMIERE.

75 years ago, on December 15, 1939, Margaret Mitchell’s Pulitzer-prize winning novel (1936) turned blockbuster film, Gone With The Wind, premièred in sensational fashion at the Loew’s Grand Theater in Atlanta, Georgia.

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THE LEGENDARY IRMA THOMAS, THANKSGIVING SPECIAL

Every year here at Sidewalk Radio we love putting together our Thanksgiving Special. This year, while working on editorial ideas, Irma Thomas’ sweet, soulful music played in the background. Then it dawned on us. We’re thankful for Irma Thomas!

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A STORY OF RACE, WITH GARY POMERANTZ

Journalist and nonfiction author Gary Pomerantz conducted over 500 interviews to pen "Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn", a New York Times notable exploring the history of 2 Atlantas: black and white.

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FAHAMU PECOU

If you’ve seen Fahamu Pecou’s work than you know the breadth of his artistic talent. You also know he is always the subject. At first glance you might wonder if he’s an egomaniac playing persona apotheosis through self-portrait. He’s not.

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