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East Point Jazz Festival

Join V-103's Joyce Littel and The City of East Point during Jazz Appreciation Month at the East Point Jazz Festival on Saturday, April 27, 2019, at 1889 Lexington Ave East Point, GA (Sumner Park ) from 5-9 p.m. Featured artists include Reggie Hines, Julie Dexter, The Milkshake Quintet, RedShoes...
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Married 4 Life Walk

If you are committed to love and relationships! Come out with like-minded couples in a movement to stay together. Saturday, April 27th, we are walking and later connecting at a Couples Mixer. It’s the Married 4 Life Walk and Couples Mixer. Come out and CONNECT with like minded couples committed to...
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8th Annual Unity Concert

NATIONAL RECORDING ARTIST J FLY AND THE HOW BIG IS YOUR DREAM FOUNDATION IS PROUD TO HOST THEIR EIGHTH ANNUAL UNITY CONCERT ON FRIDAY, APRIL 19TH AT THE CLAYTON COUNTY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, HOSTED BY PALMER WILLIAMS. JOIN J FLY AND FRIENDS, REGINA BELL, CHERRELL, MARION MEADOWS, FRANK MCCOMB AND...
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Greg Street receives $25,000 donation from Atlanta Falcons player Grady Jarrett for his We Need 2 Read program

Atlanta Falcons' Grady Jarrett Donates $25,000 To Greg Street's We Need 2 Read Program

Today Greg Street received a big gift from a big guy with an even bigger heart. Grady Jarrett, defensive tackle for the Atlanta Falcons and the team's 2018 Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee was given $50,000 by the NFL to donate to the charitable organization of his choice. For his gift, he...
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Hosea Helps Citywide Civil Rights Dinner

Come celebrate and experience the Civil Rights movements like never before. Enjoy live music, first hand stories, pictures and more during the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and beyond.
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Dr. Bernice King says we are in a state of emergency

The soulful sounds of gospel saxophonist Minister Angela Christie revved the crowd during the opening moments of the 51st Martin Luther King Jr commemorative service held at Ebenezer Baptist Church. The ecumenical program welcomed speakers from various faiths, state, federal, and international...
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Domestic Violence Survivor: I Had My First Set of Black Eyes at 14

In March 2012, Gabriella Stroude was a 19-year-old Florida State University sophomore. She had been in the relationship for only a few months. It was "intense" and her "first real relationship", she says. Though her boyfriend was abusive, Gabby says "I was grown, I was in college, I had my whole...
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MARTA Board to Vote on $2.7 Billion Expansion Plan Over 40 Years

It was more than 2 years in the making, the 40-year $2.7 billion dollar plan. Voters in Atlanta approved a half-penny sales tax in 2016. It was for transit operations and construction. During that period, MARTA asked the public for its input. The time has come for the MARTA Board of Directors to...
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Investigative reporter Greg Palast visits Rashad Richey

VOTER PURGE: Your Name Might Be On This Investigative Reporter's List of Georgia Voters Who've Been Removed From Registration

Attention Georgia residents: your name may have been purged from Georgia's voting rolls by Secretary of State Brian Kemp. Yes, the same person running for Governor as the Republican nominee. According to V-103 and WAOK host Rashad Richey, who interviewed investigative journalist Greg Palast today,...
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Mayor Bill Campbell speaks to Rashad Richey at Beulah Heights University

Former ATL Mayor Bill Campbell Talks Politics, Racism, Freaknik and More in Exclusive Interview With Rashad Richey

Mayor Bill Campbell, in his first major interview in more than 16 years, opened up in front of a packed crowd at Atlanta’s Beulah Heights University for a transparent, passionate & heartfelt discussion with V-103 and WAOK’s Rashad Richey. Watch as the 1990s Atlanta mayor talks race, his federal...
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