How fitting that these no. 1 reads are on day number 1.
I missed Trane’s birthday last Wednesday so here is “My Favorite Things” from the Olatunji Concert. On a more relevant birthday note: happy 90th to Georgia’s best President, Jimmy Carter. I hope I can be as active and on top of things as he is if I get to be 90….
- Day two of the APS cheating trial finished on Tuesday. Student says she was given answers during CRCT.
- If there’s a silver lining from the APS scandal, it’s that literally every other school district in the country is trying to not be like Atlanta.
- We revolutionized education, folks!
- Hank Johnson finishes his testimony in Burrell Ellis trial.
- First there was Waka Flocka and David Perdue, now there’s Luda and Deal.
- Atlanta, an already safe city, gets safer.
- Grady gets $30 million.
- Hawks players want to talk upcoming season, not comments from ex-owners. Who would have thought that…
- Everyone’s favorite Federal Reserve President, Dennis Lockhart, says interest rates will remain low until “middle of 2015 or a bit later.”
- Midtown getting a pretty extensive bike lane network.
- PBS’ “Newshour” looks at the ASO lockout.
- Searching for Georgia’s “peculiar soul.” Peculiar it is.
- Big expansion planned for Atlanta Botanical Gardens; no announced bonsai garden. D0 you want Smith-Gilbert Gardens to keep outclassing you, ABG?
- Paula Deen now “making millions in a booming new sector: the martyrdom industrial complex.”
- Kid Cudi was, uh, not enamored with Atlanta crowd. NSFW