If you are staying in town for spring break 2015, blogger Meghan Cooper gives her picks for activities to do with the kids.
We first broke the exclusive video today on the killing of 62-year-old Bernard Moore. Attorneys for Moore came into the WAOK studio to show us the video of the Atlanta father being struck by the […]
ATLANTA (March 12, 2015) – The Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) has selected Atlanta to host the semifinal round of the 2015 Gold Cup Tournament. The Semifinal double-header will […]
There will be upsets and buzzer beaters, so you will be wanting to watch all of March Madness at one of these fine Atlanta establishments.
On Tuesday we learned Singer Angie Stone was arrested in Dekalb County for domestic aggravated assault for allegedly getting into a fight with her 30-year old daughter, Diamond Stone. The fight resulted in Angie Stone […]
With the first wave of free agency and wheeling and dealing almost wrapped up, we present to you the top five free agent pickups made so far… 5) RYAN MATHEWS TO THE EAGLES Injury […]
Easter is just around the corner, so you may want to make your brunch reservations now. Once you’ve found all the eggs, you’ll want to tuck into a satisfying breakfast, and we’ve listed our favorite Atlanta spots to do just that.
Sometimes your sweet tooth just has to be satisfied. In the South, there’s no shortage of sugar, and we’ve selected a few of our favorite candy shops right here in Atlanta.
March is Women’s History Month, so get out and celebrate the contributions of women in and around Atlanta.
Twenty four hours in Atlanta may seem like a long time, but there is so much to do in this wonderful and modern city that has hosted political conventions, Super Bowls and the 1996 Summer Olympics.