Becca J. G. Godwin, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Becca J. G. Godwin

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Past articles by Becca:

Decades-spanning friendship shaped by social turmoil

Readers familiar with Susan Rebecca White’s previous three novels have come to expect from her... → Read More

2019 AJC Peachtree Road Race: How to get there on MARTA

MARTA will provide extra trains, shuttle buses and staff on July 4. If you’re taking the train, the gold line is the best way to reach the race start waves near Lenox Station. → Read More

Mall hours for last-minute Christmas shopping in Fulton County

Christmas Eve shopping hours for Avalon, Lenox Square, North Point Mall, Phipps Plaza, Greenbriar Mall and the Mall West End. → Read More

TOP LOCAL STORY: No earthquake damage in Metro Atlanta, people online have jokes

There are plenty of fancy alarm clocks out there, but some Metro Atlantans this morning woke up to the ripples of a magnitude 4.4 earthquake. Officials with Cobb, DeKalb and Gwinnett counties said there was no damage reported. Atlanta police said they have no calls for property damage. → Read More

Children’s Museum of Atlanta to offer Family Free Days in 2019

The Children’s Museum of Atlanta has announced the date of its first Family Free Day in 2019. → Read More

See designs for 15 murals going up in Atlanta before the Super Bowl

Fifteen designs have been released for “Off the Wall,” an initiative wherein nine artists will create up to 30 public murals related to civil rights and social justice movements. → Read More

The 7 hottest destinations in Atlanta in 2018, according to Lyft

The fourth iteration of the annual Lyftie Awards, a program that recognizes the most popular destinations in cities across the country, were announced this week for 45 markets, Atlanta included. → Read More

Election date set to fill Ivory Lee Young’s Atlanta council seat

The Atlanta City Council has set a date for a special election needed to fill the seat left by the death of Councilman Ivory lee Young Jr. → Read More

A list of weird write-ins Fulton voters preferred over Kemp or Abrams

Hundreds of voters in Fulton decided to express their ideals another way entirely, by casting an ineligible ballot for someone else — fictional characters, athletes, long dead public figures — instead of choosing one of the humans candidates offered. → Read More

Mercedes-Benz Stadium tailgating guide for the SEC Championship Game

After decades of serving a loyal tailgating fan base, the Georgia Dome has passed the baton to the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. → Read More

SEC Championship Game: What you can bring into Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Here’s what security will allow and will not allow into the Mercedes-Benz Stadium for Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United games in 2018. → Read More

How to get to SEC Championship Game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on MARTA

If you’re heading to the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, it might not be a bad idea to take MARTA. Here are some tips for using the public transportation system. → Read More

Atlanta photography nonprofit gets nice boost with a $40,000 grant

An Atlanta photography nonprofit is sitting a little prettier after receiving a $40,000 grant. Atlanta Celebrates Photography, which turns 20 this year, was awarded the grant from the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta. → Read More

Here’s when you can get an early Sunday drink in metro Atlanta

Now that the "Brunch Bill" has passed, here's when you'll be able to get that early Sunday drink at restaurants in metro Atlanta. → Read More

This event is your chance to have the Fulton District Attorney’s ear

If you’ve ever wanted to have the Fulton County district attorney’s ear, Saturday is your chance. → Read More

Atlanta 1 of 9 U.S. cities to pilot Uber rewards program for customers

Next time you call an Uber or order Uber Eats in Atlanta, you could be working toward benefits such as flexible cancellations and free food delivery. → Read More

Spelman president urges students to confirm their votes are counted

The president of Spelman College is urging everyone to confirm their vote has been counted after many students encountered problems on Election Day. → Read More

175-room hotel going up across the street from Georgia Aquarium

Construction is underway on a 175-room hotel across the street from the Georgia Aquarium and near other downtown Atlanta attractions. → Read More

PGA Tour Championship donates largest amount in tournament history

Proceeds from the tournament primarily benefit the East Lake Foundation and other local nonprofits, such as the Grove Park Foundation, Purpose Built Schools Atlanta and The First Tee of Atlanta, an international youth golf development organization. → Read More

Voting hours extended at three Fulton County locations in Atlanta

Three Fulton County polling location open later after morning problems. → Read More