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accessAtlanta is a new podcast that shares the best things to do, see, eat and experience in Atlanta. We’ll bring you the stories that make our eclectic city one of a kind, and take you behind the scenes in a town where we create movies, music and art making waves around the world. Every week, we’ll share with you some of the best places to eat, play, and live out loud in the ATL. Join us and let us be your guide to a city that we know best.
 
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The Falcons built a 20-0 lead, but they went to lose 40-39 to the Dallas Cowboys to drop to 0-2 on the season. The Falcons failed to take out the Cowboys early. When the game came down to an onsides kick, the Falcons didn't appear to know the rules as they watched the football roll on the ground when they could have dove it to end the game.…
 
This week, we talk about live music and some classic live albums. We miss live concerts, and we bet many of you do, too. They’re slowly coming back, but in a very different form: smaller audiences, drive-in theaters and other outdoor venues with widely spaced seating. And while they can never take the place of the concert experience, live albums gi…
 
Special guest Clarence Hill, the Dallas Cowboys long-time beat writer for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, stops by to help us preview the Falcons' upcoming opponent. Both teams struggled in their season-opening losses and will look to get things turned around in Week 2. Also, Falcons OC Dirk Koetter stops by to discuss analytics and the running back …
 
The Falcons misfired while trying to bold in the opener against Seattle. The secondary was abused in coverage and the offense and special teams went 0 for 4 on fourth down conversions. Coach Dan Quinn and defensive tackle Grady Jarrett stop by to tell us what happened in the 38-25 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.…
 
This week, we discuss a cuisine that’s making its mark on Atlanta. The restaurant scene has struggled during the pandemic, but you can never count out such a vibrant melting pot. You’ll find the cuisine of so many countries and ethnic groups here in our city and the people who bring us this culinary diversity are among those helping to keep us fed …
 
The Falcons are set to open the season against quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks at 1 p.m. Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The Seahawks have concerns with depth at wide receiver and how they will generate a pass rush after having just 28 sacks last season. Seattle coach Pete Carroll stops by along with Falcons offensive coordinat…
 
In a special edition episode of The Bow Tie Chronicles we looked at the Falcons' revamped 53-man roster. The team replaced 19 players and five starters from the last game of 2019. After going 7-9 in back to back season, the Falcons appear much stronger and are clearly banking on the offensive line, with four of the five same starters, to improve dr…
 
In this episode of the award-eligible Southern Fried Soccer podcast, host Doug Roberson (@DougRobersonAJC) is joined by Julia Poe (@jpoe24601) of the Orlando Sentinel to discuss Atlanta United’s MLS game at Orlando City on Saturday. They discuss Oscar Pareja, Nani, Chris Mueller, Pedro Gallese and how much Orlando City’s supporters are reveling in …
 
In this week's episode, we discuss the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Decatur Book Festival. The AJC Decatur Book Festival, like many large gatherings, is going virtual this year. The event usually brings tens of thousands of visitors to downtown Decatur on Labor Day weekend, but the logistics of putting on this year’s edition have been deemed imprac…
 
In this episode of the podcast “Southern Fried Soccer,” host Doug Roberson (@DougRobersonAJC), Atlanta United reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and guest Jason Longshore (@Longshoe) of SoccerDownHere.net and 92.9FM discuss Atlanta United’s 0-0 draw with Inter Miami on Wednesday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, as well as the sale of Pity Mart…
 
Falcons coach Dan Quinn said the coaching braintrust has been meeting on cutting down the roster from 80 players to 53 players by the 4 p.m. Saturday league-mandated deadline. The Falcons have to consider the game-day roster (top 45), the 53 man roster and the 16 practice squad players.By The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
 
Find the transcription of this week's episode here: https://www.ajc.com/politics/election/the-biggest-question-marks-ahead-of-georgias-2020-election-season/XMJKHMT7JJGZLJZFZNB2LEJBI4/ In this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell discuss the biggest question marks ahead of Geor…
 
In this episode of the podcast “Southern Fried Soccer,” host Doug Roberson (@DougRobersonAJC) of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution is joined by Franco Panizo (@FrancoPanizo), Miami beat reporter for @SBISoccer, to discuss Wednesday’s MLS game between Atlanta United and Miami at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The game will be broadcast on FS1, can be heard o…
 
The travel and tourism industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn't mean travel has stopped. Both business and leisure travel are rebounding a bit and a recent survey by TravelPort, a leading technology company serving the global travel industry, found that the majority of travelers are ready to consider domestic and intern…
 
Falcons defensive end Takkarist McKinley is set to enter his fourth year with the team and said that he still believes in himself. He had seven sacks as a rookie, but did not progress over the next two seasons. The team declined his fifth-year $10.3 million option and that lit a fire in him. .By The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
 
In this episode of the podcast “Southern Fried Soccer,” host Doug Roberson (@DougRobersonAJC) is joined by Jason Longshore of SoccerDownHere.net and 92.9FM to discuss Atlanta United’s 2-0 win against Nashville on Saturday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Pity Martinez scored both of Atlnata United’s goals. It was interim manager Stephen Glass’ first game …
 
In this episode of “Southern Fried Soccer,” Doug Roberson (@dougrobersonajc) of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution talks with Kevin Egan and Dan Gargan, who provide play-by-play and analysis for Atlanta United on Fox Sports Southeast, which will broadcast Saturday’s game against Nashville at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The pre-game show starts at 6:30 p.m…
 
Back in 2004, Falcons part-owner Warrick Dunn was the team's main running back and Jason Wright was trying to stick on the team back in 2004. After Wright was named the CEO of the Washington Football Team -- the first African-American to hold that role in over 100 years -- they both are NFL executives. Also, tight end Hayden Hurst and defensive lin…
 
How we entertain family and friends has certainly changed these days. Are there safe and creative ways to do it? AJC reporter Rosalind Bentley and accessAtlanta host Shane Harrison were talking a few weeks ago and shared their own experiences. They wondered what the experts had to say about it. Find out what they said in this episode of accessAtlan…
 
You can see a robot that mimics a sloth at Atlanta Botanical Garden. In this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC reporter Bo Emerson speaks to Emily Coffey of the Atlanta Botanical Garden and Georgia Tech’s Magnus Egerstedt about the origins of the SlothBoth and the mission of the project, which aims fight to save endangered species.…
 
In this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC reporter Jeremy Redmon discuss Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s “encouragement” of masks, his ban on counties and cities from mandating residents wear them and his lawsuit against the city of Atlanta for retightening other restrictions related to the pandemic. This episode was…
 
In this episode of the “Southern Fried Soccer” podcast, host Doug Roberson (@DougRobersonAJC) is joined by Jason Longshore (@Longshoe) to discuss Atlanta United’s 1-0 loss to Columbus on Tuesday in the MLS tournament. The defeat was Atlanta United’s fourth consecutive and extended its scoreless streak to 395 minutes. Roberson and Longshore discuss …
 
The NFL is trying to play during the coronavirus pandemic and we look at some of the medical and testing issues with the help of Dr. Rand McClain and NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith and president J.C. Tretter of the Cleveland Browns. The Falcons rookies signed their contracts and reported for testing. The Falcons are moving forward while f…
 
In this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, the AJC’s Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell serves as guest host. Mitchell and AJC race and culture reporter Ernie Suggs discuss the life and legacy of U.S. Rep. John Lewis, who passed away on July 17 at the age of 80. Mitchell and Suggs discuss: His childhood, family, role in the civil rights…
 
In this episode of the podcast “Southern Fried Soccer,” host Doug Roberson (@DougRobersonAJC) is joined by Jason Longshore (@Longshoe) of SoccerDownHere.net and 92.9FM to discuss Atlanta United’s 1-0 loss to FC Cincinnati in the MLS tournament on Thursday in Orlando. They discuss Jake Mulraney’s yellow cards, the 3-4-3 formation, the lack of Josef …
 
Lori Allen, of “Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta,” has a new book out called “Say Yes to What's Next.” The book blends the memoir and self-help genres and in this episode of accessAtlanta, Allen discusses her life and career that led her to writing and publishing her book.By The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
 
We take a closer look at the Falcons' All-Decade (2010-19) defensive team. The special teamers were also announced as we prepare to breakdown the 90-man roster and start the "Countdown to Camp," which is scheduled for July 28, while acknowledging that the coronavirus pandemic could delay and/or change things.…
 
In this episode of “Southern Fried Soccer,” host Doug Roberson (@DougRobersonAJC), who covers Atlanta United for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, is joined by Pat Brennan (@PBrennanENQ), who covers FC Cincinnati for the Cincinnati Enquirer, to preview Thursday’s MLS game between the two teams. They discuss the teams’ first two games, possible line…
 
In this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC education reporter Marlon A. Walker discuss the latest in Peoplestown, a historic Atlanta community made up of largely low- and middle-class Black residences and homegrown businesses, which has been upended by recent events. Walker shares how the area is grappling since…
 
In this episode of “Southern Fried Soccer,” host Doug Roberson of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and guest Jason Longshore of 92.9FM and SoccerDownHere.net discuss Atlanta United’s 1-0 loss to New York Red Bulls on Saturday in Orlando in its first game in the MLS tournament. The Five Stripes were beaten by a Florian Valot goal in the fourth minut…
 
One month before Woodstock, the second Atlanta International Pop Festival took place in Byron, Georgia. In this episode of accessAtlanta, AJC music writer Melissa Ruggieri looks back at one of the largest gatherings in Georgia history and discusses what it meant for Jimi Hendrix, The Allman Brothers, Hampton Grease Band and Atlanta as a music marke…
 
In this episode of the podcast “Southern Fried Soccer,” host Doug Roberson (@DougRobersonAJC) of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution interviews Atlanta United’s Matheus Rossetto. Rossetto, 24, was acquired by the club from Athletico Paranaense in his native country of Brazil. The interview was assisted by Ricardo Oliveira, who provided translation and…
 
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