Yearly archives "2019"

22 Articles

Our Favorite Things – Holiday Shopping at ATL!

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By: Alnissa Ruiz-Craig We are on the countdown to Christmas! Can you believe it is only several days away? It really seems like time goes into ultra-high speed when the holidays come around, making it easy to get flustered. But if you’re flying through ATL and haven’t checked off everyone on your gift list, you […]

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5 Ways to Ease the Stress of Holiday Travel at ATL

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By Jennifer Ogunsola Communications Manager Traveling under normal circumstances can be stressful. But what happens when you add the busiest holiday season at the world’s busiest airport to the mix? Most likely, the first things that come to mind are thoughts of delayed and canceled flights, of clogged roadways, and lines stretching beyond the horizon. […]

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Darren Jon Wagner

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Darren Jon Wagner The musical gifts of Sir Darren Jon have been appreciated for almost 20 years. Beginning in the traditional setting of the formal church, he honed his talents under the tutelage of Dr. Charles Hudspeth. Continuing his studies at Morris Brown College and Georgia State University, he sought out other non-traditional avenues to […]

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ATL: VIEWS FROM THE TOP

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By Jennifer Ogunsola Communications Manager For all of the iconic structures that enhance the beauty of Atlanta, few are as unique and captivating as Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, aka ATL. With roughly 900,000 flights in and out of ATL annually and over 107 million passengers on those flights, ATL is busy (in fact, it’s the […]

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A Taste of Taste: Atlanta Airport Restaurant Crawl

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By Alnissa Ruiz-Craig So what is better than one great restaurant? Two. Ok, so, what about three? Or how about FIVE. That’s right. I, along with seven other food bloggers, writers, and chefs, visited five of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s fantastic restaurants during the Taste of Hartsfield-Jackson Restaurant Crawl.  The crawl served as a preview […]

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Armored with a Legacy of Service and Love

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Drawing the connection between fighting fascism abroad and racism at home, 97-year-old WWII hero honored—for the first time ever—76 years after his homecoming By Jennifer Ogunsola Communications Manager The year was 1943. Franklin D. Roosevelt was in the White House, facing massive race riots that shook cities like Detroit, Harlem, and Los Angeles to their […]

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ATL remembers aviation giant George Berry

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By Doug Strachan Innovation & Strategic Business Development Manager When then-Mayor Maynard Jackson sought a dynamic, capable leader to guide construction of what would become the world’s busiest airport, he knew exactly who he wanted – George Berry, a high-powered but affable executive at Cousins Properties. Berry answered the call and agreed to leave the […]

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