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Category Archives: Multimedia
By EMILY MADDEN The nonprofit organization End it Movement had their annual Shine a Light on Slavery Day this month, which took place on April 6 during the Final Four weekend in Atlanta, Ga. As part of the campaign, End … Continue reading
By SIA SUTTON, LESLEY TAYLOR and DANÉ WHITE Businesses in the Marietta Square are faced with the challenge of staying true to their historic roots while still attracting customers who typically go to Town Center Mall.
By NOELLE HUNTER AND TERRENCE McTIER
By JESSICA BROWN AND BRANDON CURRY Monster Customs in Marietta, Ga., has partnered with Monster Energy Company, restoring and customizing more than 100 vehicles since its creation in 2012.
By JIM DYKSTRA AND TERRENCE McTIER The Twisted Kitchen Pasta and Noodle Company is based on a build-your-own concept, but whether you create your own dish or choose from a menu list of already prepared items, you’re guaranteed to find a … Continue reading
A narrated photo essay. By JADE HOGAN The Concord Covered Bridge in Smyrna, Ga., built in 1872, is one of 16 covered bridges in Georgia. Also known as Nickajack Creek Bridge, it has the highest traffic count of all the covered … Continue reading
A narrative photo essay. By ANDREW HOFFMAN The Hiram Butler House, built in 1880 and located in Kennesaw at the Smith-Gilbert Gardens, sits on what was once Cherokee-Indian land.
A narrative photo essay. By MICHAEL LEDER A log structure marks what was once Gilgal Primitive Baptist Church, destroyed in 1864.
A narrative photo essay. By KURT SPURLOCK The ruins of the Nesbitt-Union Chapel – a chapel that once served as a multi-denominational site of worship – sit in Cobb County, neglected and vandalized, with few traces left of the chapel’s original … Continue reading