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As members of the cemetery’s grounds crew, the expansive land is their office. Their job is to maintain its picturesque quality throughout the year, something many have shied away from, despite the scenic views and history under seemingly every step.
ith venues becoming stricter with vaccination requirements, artists worrying for the safety of their audiences and more live music events getting canceled, Athens music fanatics cannot help but wonder: Will COVID-19 cause the famed Classic City to lose its groove?
Tara Baker was a UGA Law student who is mostly known for her terrible death in 2001 — but she was also a lively daughter, sister and friend.
“I saw R.E.M. play in a club for $2, and it changed my life,” recalls David Barbe, who today…
The historic African American cemetery was established 17 years after slavery ended in Athens and has fallen into disrepair over time.
Kristen Dunning graduated from UGA last week after three years of self-discovery. Along the way, she started Gently Herbal Skincare, a company founded on her convictions of sustainability and inclusion. With business blossoming and a long road of graduate school ahead, Dunning has just begun her work where agriculture meets social justice.
Step back through the past year as signs around town document the ways that Athens residents and businesses have communicated through written messages during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.