Hannah Palmer grew up in the neighborhood that would one day become the world's busiest airport, Harstfield-Jackson International Airport. But where did this behemoth come from?
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Going To My Happy Place: Libraries I Have Loved
BY AMY ANDERSON
@ VOL 12
ON MAY 23, 2015
"This is Google before the Internet."
In Going To My Happy Place: Libraries I Have Loved from WilliamsburgVol. 12, book lover and teacher, Amy Anderson shares her love for libraries and all the activities that surround them. Instilled with a love for reading at a young age, armed with her first library card at age 4, she found herself spending much of her youth lost in the often forgotten magic in libraries. As "Temples of knowledge" she reminds us how rich an experience visiting a library can be.
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Why Opening My House on Airbnb was the Best Thing I've Ever Done
BY BRUNA CASTRO
@ VOL 5
ON JUL 10, 2015
Bruna Castro owns one of the most disputed houses of Airbnb in Brazil and has learned a lot from hosting people from all over the world. (In Portuguese)
Atlanta Coffee Culture: Your Latte is the Tip of the Iceberg
BY KEELAN LYONS
@ VOL 26
ON SEP 20, 2015
Keelan Lyons is a coffee aficionado and brings us something of the history of the rise of the specialty coffee industry here in Atlanta and abroad.
The Chicago House Sound
BY NEIL STEVENSON
@ VOL 36
ON DEC 01, 2015
"The kick drum went through my chest, the bass line came up through the floor, the high hats and cymbals came fizzing from above ... when the smoke machine cleared, there were rich people, poor people, black, white, straight, gay ...and I thought, 'these are my people now, this is my music'."
In The Chicago House Sound from PechaKucha Night Chicago Vol. 36, IDEO's Neil Stevenson went on a quest to find the roots of House Music that, during its evolution from New York to Chicago and then in its momentum across Europe, he fell in love with. Here he shares that compelling quest and his love for Chicago House, its evolution, and the legacy of Frankie Knuckles.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, January 18th, 2016.
How I Understand the Work I Do (and Myself) Better Because of My Little Sister
BY JESSICA CALDAS
@ VOL 28
ON FEB 21, 2016
"My sister reminds me every day why I do the work that I do, why these open, hard conversations are important, how we learn from them and how we help ourselves and others by having them"
In How I Understand the Work I Do (and Myself) Better Because of My Little Sister from PechaKucha Night Atlanta Vol. 28, Jessica Caldas shares about the impact her little sister has on her and her art. Caldas is an aritist based in Atlanta and one whose work stems from challenging subject matter such as domestic abuse and sexual violence. Over the last year, Jessica's younger sister Shoshana has increasingly become an influence in Jessica's work through her openess, honesty, and challenging nautre. Jessica stood before strangers, some friends, and her sister to tell everyone of the special bond these two have and what the bond has meant for Jessica's art.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Tuesday July 19th, 2016.
Why I Dumped My Trash Can: A Very Necessary Breakup
BY ANAMARIE SHREEVES
@ VOL 30
ON AUG 21, 2016
Anamarie Shreeves became a self professed zero-waster and she excelled at it. One year of waste, of actual trash, fit inside one Bell's canning jar! But being a zero-waster is not the whole story... Why not recycle? It's great, right?? Perhaps there is more to the story...
Atlanta Artivists Assemble
BY TERONE ALLEN
Terone Allen moved to Atlanta with a purpose but found a real purpose once he was here... To collaborate and communicate with other artsits to make differences in the communiites in which they live. Terone speaks about the different groups with works with to see positive change to Atlanta come from artists and other creatives.