In this Atlanta Sounds audio slideshow we meet Al Warner.
He says he’s been collecting pinball machines ever since there was a collecting community.
When asked how he got so many pinball machines, his answer is simple: "One at a time".
Author Mark Pendergrast just released the third edition of "For God, Country & Coca-Cola."
He talked to WABE's Jim Burress about the mystique that still surrounds the brand more than a century after John Pemberton mixed the first versions of the soft drink.
This year the Atlanta based National Black Arts Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary.
It’s been called the largest celebration of the arts with an emphasis on African and African American dance, film, literature, music, theater and the visual arts.
But over the last few years a decline in sponsorships, donations and ongoing leadership changes are forcing the board of directors to overhaul the organization.
Newly named board chair Sonya Halpern sat down with WABE’s Rose Scott to talk about the future of the National Black Arts Festival.
Brian Sharp’s day job as a local police officer involves a gun and a badge.
But his other gig involves a microphone, a country song, and a dream of Nashville.
To get there, Sharp’s started a Kickstarter campaign.