First Slice 9/22/13: Drones on the Atlanta Beltline!
Plus, standoff in Kenya continues
Reason no. 4,540 the Atlanta City Council needs to make a policy about drones inside the city limits: They’re attacking Atlanta Beltline visionary Ryan Gravel!
A prayer vigil was held last night for Evelyn Lowery, the wife of civil rights activist The Rev. Joseph Lowery, after she experienced a stroke that, a family spokeswoman says, caused “irreversible damage.”
Three days after Mount Vernon Baptist Church voted in favor of selling its property to help build the new Atlanta Falcons stadium, its neighbor, Friendship Baptist Church will ask congregation the same question this morning.
Music Midtown ticket holders lined up 15 hours at Piedmont Park to see... the Red Hot Chili Peppers?
The standoff at a high-end mall in Kenya between security forces and gunmen who attacked and killed nearly 60 people continues. Al-Shabab, a Somali militia linked to al-Qaeda, has “asserted responsibility” for the attack.