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  1. Ludacris may soon have to update his little black (address) book. ~lw3
  2. Way to rep The A! Belated congrats, Malena! http://talktown.blog.myajc.com/2017/09/22/atlanta-student-wins-2017-soap-box-derby-world-championship/ ~lw3
  3. It didn’t have a fable, like Mrs. O’Leary’s cow, to capture the nation’s imagination. And it lacked the modern media scale, like Interstate 85 enjoys these days, to draw global attention. Yet Atlanta had itself a pretty big conflagration, one that wiped out a good chunk of the city 100 years ago this month. As city fires go, this blaze was pretty bad. And it could have been far worse. (via Atlanta magazine, February 2017) THE SPARK In the late morning of May 21, 1917, firefighters had already dispatched to put out fires in three separate parts of town. Shortly after
  4. I'm not really a savant when it comes to military history, but as an Atlanta resident I am downright excited over the events that have been, and should be, unfolding around town. The so-called Atlanta Campaign stretched from May through September, culminating in the surrender of Atlanta to Union troops just west of Georgia Tech, and preceding Gen. Sherman's famous March to the Sea. The National Park Service offers up decent summaries of the individual battles during the campaign. The sesquicentennial (150th... just practicing my spelling skills here) commemorations of the pivotal Batt