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ATLPN (ATL Podcast Network) is the new hot place to hear the ever beating urban vibe of this city. This network was designed and created to provide a broadcast platform for both the outspoken and introverted, intelligent and life experienced, curious and observant individuals in the Atlanta area. Please enjoy listening to the vibrant, exciting, intelligent and honest personalities as they give you their view on life, love, the struggle, and the triumph of living in this city.
 
My name is Lux ATL, and I am a mother, wife, business owner, former university instructor, and lifelong stripper. From the halls of academia to the strip club stage, my life as a post-academic feminist sex worker has been filled with unique sociological insight, unforgettable friendships, and a thousand beautiful messes in between. These are my true stories of the highs and lows of an ex-academic and lifelong stripper pole dancing for pay on stages all across the South.
 
ART IS KING features interviews with professional Artists, Entrepreneurs and Art Business Educators and our focus is on the Passion, Talent and Business knowledge required of an artist in order to succeed as a Professional Artist. This show is for and by Freelancers, Designers, Writers, Entrepreneurs, Art Professionals, Amateurs and Art Fans. OUR GOAL is to EDUCATE each other and commit to succeed in the art business. for more on the Art Is King mission and programs, please visit www.artiski ...
 
THE DJ BE EXPERIENCE DJ BE (Diversifiedsound / ATL House Notes / Celebrate / Afro*Disiac Live Radio / 4Deep) Home Base: Atlanta, GA Styles: Deep Soulful Afro House + Lounge & Soul. Much can be said of a DJ that plays to win. A DJ, much like a point guard running his team’s offense on the court, brings their A game to any environment, home court advantage or not. This is the playing field for one of Atlanta’s “hardest working house music DJs.” DJ BE, AKA BEasy, electrocutes the atmosphere wit ...
 
Above the Laughs is a comedy podcast that is recorded in the offices above The World Famous Laugh Factory in Chicago. Hosted by struggling comic/underpaid employee Matt Chiaramonte, ATL features conversations with everyone from a nationally headlining comics to a comedy club wait staff. If you want to know everything there is to know about the world of standup comedy, then you need to get Above the Laughs!
 
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You Made it through the week! Wind down with Sixeyes & DJ ATL as they take you on a trip with great music. Enjoy great entertainment, news, & much more! We are on 7 days a week with great programming! Sixeyes Gospel Show - Sun. 12 Noon SIXEYES Motivational Monday With Pastor Kenneth Bonnett - Mon. - 9 pm Six and Road - Tues. 8 pm SIXEYES Gospel Wed…
 
Thank you so much for checking us out this season following the Atlanta Dream. Unfortunately the Dream didn't make the playoffs so this episode is our season wrap-up. No we didn't play "Hard to say good-bye" by Boyz ii Men but we did go back and talk about the highs and lows of the season. Once again, thank you all for all the support. Continue to …
 
Atlanta United is currently "Unwatchable"! Pity Martinez is Gone and Barco is next! Who's Driving the Bus? The quality of soccer the last six games has truly been unwatchable on many levels. Luckly, we still love Atlanta United FC, and nobody is getting off the bus, even if Glass takes a quick joy ride. It's hard to compute in the year of Covid-19 …
 
This week on Melodics - we dive deep into the dark, melodic, beautiful, and powerful tracks across house & techno with your host Raskal. This week our 2nd Hour Guest Mix comes from THE DJ BRI (ATL) Listen on Soundcloud, Mixcloud, Youtube, Google & Applehttps://fanlink.to/Melodics197 Please give me a Follow on your Choice Follow The DJ Bri everywher…
 
We made it to the end of one more season. Season Four is in the books with this last episode, Creating Freedom. Another intelligent conversation on the ATL Podcast Network | Distributed by ATL... Atlanta's Hot Socially driven Media Network focusing on providing content for various topics from dating, social media, politics, sports, fashion, love, l…
 
This is a special one. Spencer Hall (@edsbs on twitter) joins Tron and Randy to talk all about Atlanta. Spencer is one of, if not *the* inspiration for No Laying Up. What he and his friends did talking about college football served as inspiration for us to approach golf in a similarly fun, educational, and irreverent vein. We get in to all differen…
 
Shock, especially in trauma, is an absolute killer. Defined as an abnormality of the circulatory system that results in inadequate organ perfusion and tissue oxygenation, shock must be recognized and treated accordingly. Here to help us with this discussion is Mike Sharma.
 
Welcome to Season 3 of Episcopal Youth Ministry in ATL. In this season, the team will be providing a new format. Every other episode will be a "how-to" approach to youth ministry and opposite episodes will be a discussion will on a hot button and its context in youth ministry. In the premiere episode of Season 3, our hosts are talking about privile…
 
Co-Founder of Thread ATL, Matthew Garbett, is in the studio for this episode of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio. Joined by host Todd Schnick, the group discusses Thread ATL’s unique mission to advocate for good urbanism and how the organization is working to make a difference in communities throughout Atlanta on this episode of Around Atlanta Radio…
 
When Joe Biden seeks to inspire or comfort, he turns to his faith. He speeches are woven with references to God, biblical language or the pope. On Monday, the Democratic presidential nominee spoke to the faith-based anti-poverty group the Poor People’s Campaign, and described the United States under President Trump as a “nation in the wilderness.” …
 
The first Jewish woman on the U.S. Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, died Friday night as millions of American Jews were getting ready to celebrate the first night of Rosh Hashanah — the Jewish new year. Justice Stephen Breyer learned midway through the traditional Mourner’s Kaddish that his colleague had died. When word of Ginsburg’s death sprea…
 
A whistleblower report by the advocacy group Project South said women detainees at the Irwin County Detention Center underwent questionable hysterectomies while in the care of an outside doctor. The report does not name the doctor, but local immigration attorneys have identified him as Mahendra Amin. In a statement, his lawyer vehemently denies the…
 
Join Missionary Ken Wolfgang & Sister Ruth for an in-depth study of God's Word, hear an awesome song by Red Solvine, & answer the question of the day. At the end of the show you can ask your burning question by calling in at 424-243-9617. Or, you can Email your testimony of salvation/prayer requests/praises/suggested topics/request a show tribute f…
 
A co-star in the CW’s superhero television series “Black Lightning” says the late Congressman John Lewis believed in people, their humanity and their potential. “When I look at the life and legacy of John Lewis, this is a man who got up every single day, for over 60 years, and fought for what he believed in. He said ‘if you see something wrong, do …
 
Chef Todd Ginsberg believes there’s a powerful link between food and childhood memories. “It’s the nostalgia that reminds us of something you had as a kid. You know, it not only pulls at our belly, it pulls at our heart,” he has said. His restaurant, The General Muir, sells deli favorites and classics of the Jewish Diaspora. With Rosh Hashanah (the…
 
Some teachers in the Fulton County Schools have written an open letter to the district, asking it to make changes to its plan for in-person learning. The missive indicates Fulton resumed in-person classes too soon, noting that neighboring Cobb County won’t bring students back in person until Oct. 5. Right now, students only attend school one day a …
 
This week on Melodics - we dive deep into the dark, melodic, beautiful, and powerful tracks across house & techno with your host Raskal. This week our 2nd Hour Guest Mix comes from Ali Bakhtiar (PDX) Listen on Soundcloud, Mixcloud, Youtube, Google & Applefanlink.to/Melodics198 Please give me a Follow on your Choice Here's the Link to my new release…
 
The mother of Breonna Taylor says that if the police reforms announced this week by officials in Louisville were in place six months ago, her daughter might still be alive. Taylor, a 26-year-old Black woman who worked as an emergency room technician, was fatally shot by Louisville police during a botched narcotics raid at her home during the early …
 
The Museum of Design Atlanta recently announced a whole new roster of online classes and events for both children and adults alike. Their Young Designer Programming includes multiple different workshops and educational classes aimed at children across a wide age range. The highlight of that programming is “Minecraft Mysteries” where kids use Minecr…
 
Election workers around the country are preparing for what could be one of the most chaotic elections in history. There’s not only a pandemic, but dozens of ongoing legal fights over voting rules. That’s left a lot of things up in the air only weeks before Election Day. In election offices such as the one in Lehigh County, Pa., workers are trying t…
 
On this episode of Black, Educated & Broke:It's Randi O's birthday!!! Happy Birthday Randi!!!Cardi B files for a divorce from Offset..........DO ya'll think it's serious or nah?Mike B has your "Melanin News":- 88 Year old Black Man Killed by police- Bar Owner finally charged after Killing Black Protestor- Jonathan Majors Big Role for Marvel’s “Ant-…
 
Welcome! You are tuned into "The Jumbo Braille Program On SIXEYES" with host BIG DOT (Missionary Ken Wolfgang) & Co-host DOT 6 (SIXEYES). Where topics of an "ADULT NATURE" may be discussed by us or our guest(s) and opinions will be given "LISTENER DISCRETION IS ADVISED!!!". Join the discussion & give your opinion or ask a question of your own about…
 
This is an Exclusive Qonversations w/ Q on Black, Educated & Broke:The crew sits down w/ Reginald Reese and Dwayne Hirsch of The Green Toad Hemp Farm in Statesboro, Georgia. These First Georgia Black Owned Cannabis Farmers explain the difference between CBD & THC as well as the effects. Hell, they even teach us how to invest & make profit in this b…
 
A youth ambassador for a local nonprofit says being a part of the organization has changed the trajectory of her life. Isabella Caviness, who attends Westlake High School, joined 21st Century Leaders in April. She credits the organization — which provides year-round programs, training and summits for high school students — with giving her a platfor…
 
Viewing public art is a welcomed aspect of visiting Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Although air travel has been drastically reduced due to the pandemic, Hartsfield-Jackson still sees a large number of people passing through the airport each day. Those at the airport will be greeted to a new exhibition of photos called “APG > ATL:…
 
The Republican candidate for Georgia’s 5th District Congressional seat is responding to her Democratic opponent’s decision to not take part in a virtual debate. Georgia state Sen. Nikema Williams says she will not take part in the virtual debate for the Atlanta congressional seat previously held by the late Congressman John Lewis. Williams’ campaig…
 
Interim Department Chair of Architecture at Kennesaw State University, Ed Akins, is in the studio for today’s episode of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio. Joined by co-hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick, the group discusses the innovative changes COVID-19 has brought to the classroom, the architecture curriculum and the built environment in which w…
 
On September 18, 1990, Atlanta was picked to host the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, an event that many view as a turning point in the city’s trajectory. The Atlanta History Center’s new exhibition, “Atlanta ’96: Shaping an Olympic and Paralympic City,” opens on Friday to mark the occasion. “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes spoke with curator Sarah D…
 
At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, there were lots of stories about scrappy manufacturers promising to revamp their factories to start making personal protective equipment in the U.S. Back in the spring, fuel-cell maker Adaptive Energy retooled part of its factory in Ann Arbor, Mich., to make plastic face shields. Now, 100,000 finished s…
 
Metro Atlanta is under a flash flood watch throughout today into the evening hours. North and Central Georgia are getting heavy rain and winds from Sally, which made landfall as a Category 2 hurricane. Sally has since been downgraded to a tropical depression. Nick Morgan with the National Weather Service in Peachtree City says, “As you progress a l…
 
Unlike the previous two seasons of WABE’s Peabody award-winning podcast, “Buried Truths,” its third debut takes on the recent case of Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man who was shot and killed while jogging in a Brunswick-area neighborhood by a white father and son. The podcast originated from the work of the Georgia Civil Rights Cold Cases Project under E…
 
God Bless and Welcome to SIXEYES Gospel Wednesday Night Bible Study with Missionary Ken Wolfgang, where you will hear the best in Gospel music from artist like Tamala Mann, Shirley Caesar, Erica Campbell, Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin, Rance Allen group, Dawkins and Dawkins, Detrick Haddon, Carlett Martin and Fred Hammond. If this is your first time…
 
As the fall semester kicks into gear, college campuses have become the pandemic’s newest hot spots. The New York Times reports there are more than 88,000 coronavirus cases at the nation’s colleges and universities. Scott Carlson, a senior writer at The Chronicle of Higher Education, isn’t surprised by those numbers. “A lot of people thought that th…
 
One of Atlanta’s longstanding leaders seeking to create solutions for people experiencing homelessness says the Atlanta community is working together to respond during the COVID-19 pandemic. Edward “Jack” Hardin, co-founder of the Gateway Center and the co-chair of the Regional Commission on Homelessness, says that when the health crisis started in…
 
Chelsea Rathburn is the Poet Laureate of Georgia. She will give a virtual reading from her latest book of poems, “Still Life with Mother and Knife,” and discuss “Voicing the Unspeakable,” as part of the Decatur Book Festival this Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Her book explores the struggles of postpartum depression, the harsh realities of childhood, and Gree…
 
In the race for the seat held by Republican U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler, 21 candidates from all parties will compete on one special election ballot, a so-called “jungle primary” without party primaries. Though the ballot is the same, the Democratic and Republican sides of the race look very different. The Republican side quickly turned into a bruising…
 
Owner of Blue Gypsy Inc. and National Online Sales Counselor Trainer, Leah Fellows, is in the studio for today’s episode of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio. Joined by co-hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick the group discusses Fellows’ company, as well as the highly anticipated results of the 2020 Online Homebuyer Mystery Shop Report conducted by Bl…
 
The movie theater business is just another industry that has lost billions of dollars during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the National Association of Theater Owners. John Fithian, CEO, of NATO told WABE he wants to ensure patrons that specific health and safety protocols are in place now that theaters have re-opened in 46 states. John Fithia…
 
2020 is shaping up to be an extraordinarily bad year for oil. In the spring, pandemic lockdowns sent oil demand plummeting and markets into a tailspin. At one point, U.S. oil prices even turned negative for the first time in history. But summer brought new optimism to the industry, with hopes rising for a controlled pandemic, a recovering economy a…
 
Heavy rains from Hurricane Sally are expected to bring a flash flood watch Wednesday across metro Atlanta. Ty Vaughn, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Peachtree City, says currently Sally is a powerful, slow-moving hurricane in the Gulf. Vaughn added, “So, we are expecting the primary effects of Hurricane Sally in our region to …
 
There’s a saying going around these days: The future of work is now — put into overdrive by the pandemic that suddenly transformed millions into virtual workers. But the coronavirus has also accelerated a major shift to freelancing that’s severing ties between companies and employees. Two million Americans have started freelancing in the past 12 mo…
 
The US Open is at Winged Foot in Westchester County so Tron and Randy brought on somebody that knows a thing or two about golf in the area--Wally Szczerbiak. Besides being a fellow alumnus of Miami University, Wally is an avid golfer, currently serving as commissioner of the hallowed Professional Leisure Tour. Before that, he enjoyed a 10-year NBA …
 
This week we're joined by Vanessa Nelson of Married First Sight! She shares her experience marrying a total stranger and where she is currently in her quest for love.Be sure to follow our guest Vanessa Nelson @vanessanelson_mafsFollow Us @cocktalespodcast@kikisaidso@coffeebeandeanGet your bottle of Taste Vitamins by visiting www.tastevitainc.com an…
 
Two weeks before the Nov. 3 election, workers in Fulton County will spread out at State Farm Arena to start opening envelopes, verifying signatures and processing absentee ballots. They’ll be scanned initially, but not added up until Election Day. Fulton elections director Richard Barron says that if all goes according to plan, this should allow th…
 
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