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Two Way Street, Sept. 20: A Conversation With Krista Bremer, Remembering The Late Chick-Fil-A Founder, Britain's War On Snails

A Conversation With Krista Bremer, Author Of My Accidental Jihad

Chucking: Britain's War On Snails

The Royal Horticultural Society has released a study which indicates that 1 in 5 British gardeners are snail chuckers. They rid their gardens of the pests by simply throwing them into their neighbor’s yards. Mollusk mayhem often ensues.

A Conversation with Krista Bremer, Author of "My Accidental Jihad"

Political Rewind, 9/19/2014: Let's Do The Numbers

Remembering Chick-fil-A Founder Truett Cathy

Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy died Sept. 8. That week, more than 4,000 people paid tribute to Cathy at his funeral in Jonesboro.

Two Way Street, Sept 16: Atlanta's Connection To The NYSE, Honeybees, And Stephen Carter

Atlanta's Power Financial Couple Jeff Sprecher & Kelly Loefler have become the highest profile married couple in Atlanta. He is the Atlanta businessman who made and won an audacious bid to buy the NY Stock Exchange.

Two Way Street, Sept. 6, 2015: Bull Durham and Factory Man

Bull Durham: From Film To Broadway-Bound Musical
Released in 1988, Ron Shelton wrote and directed what many film organizations call one of the greatest sports movies, Bull Durham.

A Conversation With Beth Macy, Author Of Factory Man

For a good part of the 20th Century, the Bassett Furniture Company of Bassett, Virginia, dominated the furniture manufacturing business, eventually becoming the world’s biggest seller of wood furniture.

Bull Durham: From Film To Broadway-Bound Musical

Political Rewind, Sept 5, 2014: Citizen Journalism, Ethics, And Senate Debates

Here’s a quick rundown of Georgia politics this week: