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Welcome to Atlanta! We’re catching up with you all to start this Sunday, February 6 on an enlightened note. These are the biggest things happening around Atlanta today.
First, today’s weather forecast:
Quite sunny. Top: 49 Bottom: 36.
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Here are the top 5 stories in Atlanta today:
- Take a look at this ggreat snap from the King & Queen to Buckhead to Midtown via @smilinmarkwsb. #atlantasnaps” (Instagram)
- The Atlanta Humane Society is 🗣 Calling all WFH Warriors! Do you desperately need a paternal helper? Look no further than Dani! We cannot promise that she will complete missions. To be honest, she will spend most of her time napping or watching the birds out the window. But she does her best, okay? What we CAN promise, however, is that Dani will provide endless moral support to those who are patient with her. Her past performance reviews show that although she was a bit shy at first, she cooperated well with other cats and came to work with a great attitude. Would you like to promote Dani to Adopted? Learn more about her here: atlantahumane.org/dani (Facebook)
- The Atlanta History Center reminds us that Constance Baker Motley, born during the Great Depression, had to find a good career as a hairdresser. Instead, she became the first black woman to argue a case before the Supreme Court. The only black woman on the legal team of the NAACP’s Legal Defense and Educational Fund Inc. at the time, she defended MLK in Birmingham, helped litigate in Brown vs The Board of Education and played a vital role in the defeat of Jim Crow laws. throughout the South. She was the first black woman elected to the New York State Senate, the first woman elected as Manhattan Borough President, and the first black woman appointed to the federal bench. In “Civil Rights Queen,” Tomiko Brown-Nagin captures the story of a remarkable American life, a figure who remade the law and inspired the imagination of African Americans across the country. (Facebook)
- The Atlanta Botanical Garden asks: Brussels sprouts: 👍 or 👎? The edible garden is currently lush with 𝘉𝘳𝘢𝘴𝘴𝘪𝘤𝘢 𝘰𝘭𝘦𝘳𝘢𝘤𝘦𝘢, a cool weather vegetable with miniature cabbage-like buds. Edible sprouts grow on the sides of the stems. 🥬 (Facebook)
- Atlanta Habitat for Humanity and ReStore thank Northside United Methodist Church for starting another house build last Saturday! Our buyer Belinda is very excited to be working alongside the members of Northside over the next nine weeks to build her home together. This is Northside’s seventh project with Habitat, and it’s thanks to generous sponsors like them that we can build more affordable housing around Atlanta. (Facebook)
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Thanks for following and staying informed! See you tomorrow for your next update.
— Kathy Cioffi