In the guest chair:
In the first hour, Andrew Roberts and Randy Holmes of Seven Oaks Company joined Dana in studio. The duo talked all things real estate and dished on their newest project, 525 North.
During the second hour, Dana was joined by the lovely Katharine Mobley, Manager of Partnerships + Sponsors for Spark Camp’s Future of History Festival. Katharine dished on the upcoming festival and explained why you’ll want to attend.
In the national headlines:
In the local headlines:
- Four of Atlanta’s biggest brands landed on Fortune magazine’s “Most Admired Companies” list for 2016.
- TSA’s days may be numbered at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. The general manager says the screening is so slow – they may get rid of the agency all together and go private.
- Sandy Springs, Dunwoody and Brookhaven are expected to launch a study to determine if gondolas might be a solution to growing traffic woes. Yes, please. Who doesn’t want real life to be more like an amusement park? Or a ski vacation?
- Georgia’s state Senate passed an amended version of a religious freedom bill Friday, sending it back to the House and infuriating critics who slam the revised measure as anti-gay and lesbian.