This year's Candler Park Music and Food Festival took over Atlanta's Candler Park last weekend, and Flagpole contributor Emily Butler was there to capture the action. Check out a gallery of her photos below:
The Amazing Acro-Cats wowed cat lovers and skeptics alike during their two-night stand at the Morton Theatre this week. Below, check out photos from the show, courtesy of contributor Richard Hamm:
Photo Credit: Joshua L. Jones/file
There’s a new holiday in Athens, but it’s one that’s been around for 152 years.
For Athens, that day is May 4, the day in 1865 when the Union army arrived and freed the slaves in town and the surrounding countryside, who then gathered with their loved ones at the town hall, hoisting a flag up what they then deemed the “flagpole of liberty.”
While many marches that take place downtown are in protest, Thursday’s vigil and rally marking the “day of jubilee” was one of celebration and honoring ancestors.
Forty-three teams from high schools across the state gathered inside Stegeman Coliseum last weekend to take part in the Peachtree State Championship Qualifying FIRST Robotics Competition.
Teams were divided into two sides, red and blue. Each match consisted of three red and three blue teams—each with its own robot—competing to see which team could complete a series a tasks first.
A red team consisting of OTTO from Forsyth Central High School, RoboMustangs from Meadowcreek High School and RoboBibb from Bibb County high schools won the state championship.
Those teams, along with 12 others from Georgia, will participate in the national championship in Houston, which kicks off Apr. 19.
Radiohead played Philips Arena Saturday night, the second date of a short North American tour that will see the band hitting New Orleans on Monday and heading to Coachella later this month. Flagpole photographer Mike White was in Atlanta to capture the action. Check out a gallery from the show below:
Photo Credit: Mike White
The Clarke County School District held its first-ever Maker Faire Saturday afternoon at Clarke Central High School. The event featured more than 100 students from all 21 CCSD schools, including exhibits on arts and crafts, 3D printing, film, music, drones, robots, science, engineering, agriculture and more. All photos by Flagpole contributing photographer Austin Steele.
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