On Friday afternoon, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed announced that City Hall would turn purple that night in honor of Prince. The city where Prince played his final full concerts wasn’t the only one to...
In honor of Prince, Atlanta City Hall will be illuminated in purple lights Friday night in his memory. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said in a statement, “Prince led a singular, dynamic career, spanning four decades and...
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Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed has joined the chorus of voices opposing North Carolina’s new anti-LGBT law, HB 2. Reed has banned all city officials from traveling to North Carolina unless on essential city business. Reed made his announcement in a s… Read The post Atlanta Mayor Issues North Carolina Travel Ban Over ‘Discriminatory and Unnecessary Law’ appeared first on Towleroad.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is the latest U.S. politician to ban nonessential travel to North Carolina in the wake of the state’s enactment of the anti-LGBT House Bill 2 last month. Reed’s office issued a statement on Monday saying theShow More Summary
This week's Time and Place photo was shot at Atlanta City Hall after Hillary Clinton spoke along with Mayor Kasim Reed in a campaign stop before the Georgia primary, which she won. This campaign is the fifth presidential contest I have covered.…
The city's Mayor Kasim Reed warned school officials the move could have "catastrophic consequences" for children
On Friday, Hillary Clinton dropped by City Hall to rally her supporters with Mayor Kasim Reed, who's endorsed the former secretary of state, before South Carolina's primary and a crucial Super Tuesday (that's also when Georgians whoShow More Summary
The Political Operatives Who Dismantled Several Key Components Of "The Black Community Institutional Integrity" Are Now Receiving "Progressive Bonifides " For REBUILDING What They Themselves Tore Down, Except These 'Replacement Rites...Show More Summary
Mayor Kasim Reed and state Sen. Vincent Fort, D-Atlanta, won't be playing racquetball anytime soon. Or doing much of anything, it appears.…
The beef between the City of Atlanta and Atlanta Public Schools seems to be a thing of the past. Mayor Kasim Reed announced during his State of the City breakfast on Thursday morning that he has agreed to give APS 10 property deeds,Show More Summary
YOU ARE NOT GOING TO HEAR THIS COLONIZATION CORRELATION ANYWHERE ELSE - BUT IT IS TRUE!! I WAS FIRED FROM MY JOB AS THE FIRE CHIEF OF ATLANTA BY MAYOR KASIM REED THIS BOOK Is A Byproduct Of A "Monday Morning Breakfast Meeting" AmongShow More Summary
Even though it opened in August, Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken in downtown Atlanta held held a ribbon cutting ceremony last Thursday, drawing big names like Mayor Kasim Reed and comedian George Wallace.
Mayor Kasim Reed and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport officials welcomed the hub's 100 millionth passenger on Sunday. Larry Kendrick was handed two round-trip tickets anywhere Delta flies, a Nissan Altima (?), and a $500 gift card.…
Mayor Kasim Reed honors SCAD President and Founder Paula Wallace with a Phoenix Award, Atlanta?s highest citizen honor, for her extraordinary contributions to the city?s artistic, educational and cultural landscape. In addition, theShow More Summary
In mid-November, Mayor Kasim Reed said a long-awaited chunk of federal transportation funding for pedestrian, streetscape, and bike lane projects was finally on its way. Some of that $14.1 million funding package, as the mayor promised fed-up northwest Atlanta residents at the Nov. Show More Summary
Revolution’s evolution: Decatur doughnut shop expands to Inman Park [Decaturish] Decatur eyeing first ‘cottage court’ development [AJC] Robotics team kicks off first competition of the year [3ten] Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed favors half-cent...Show More Summary
Since Kasim Reed took office, more than 20,000 white transplants have moved inside the city limits. That influx, combined with the past decade’s foreclosure crisis that disproportionately affected black residents, means today the city’s black population is roughly 50 percent, compared with 67 percent in 1990.