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Bo Emerson

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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Recent:
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Past:
  • WSB Radio
  • The Palm Beach Post
  • AJCaccessATL
  • KIRO 7
  • MyAJC

Recent articles by Bo:

Historic structures in Georgia placed on the endangered list for 2020

A mental hospital, tenant farm and an elementary school are among the Top 10 Places in Peril listed by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation → Read More

AJC Town Hall on elder abuse to be shown on GPB

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution held a town hall meeting on the elder abuse uncovered in its "Unprotected" investigation; a tape of that meeting will be broadcast on GPB television 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14 → Read More

‘Movember’ an effort to fight cancer

Morehouse School of Medicine research boosts health equity in fight against prostate cancer → Read More

Saturday’s rain interrupts festivals, parades, but doesn’t stop fall fun

Tropical Storm Nestor dampened the enthusiasm of some metro Atlanta autumn festivals Saturday and ca... → Read More

Ric Flair bounces back, appearing on stage Friday

Ric Flair weathers health issues, shows up at Post Malone concert → Read More

Poe’s scary tales take over the Wren’s Nest

"The Edgar Allan Poe Experience," an immersive theatrical event, is being performed through Nov. 3 at the Wren's Nest, the historic house museum in the West End neighborhood. CONTRIBUTED: BREE CLOWDUS → Read More

Yonrico Scott, Atlanta drummer, remembered as friend and consummate musician

Yonrico Scott, former drummer with the Derek Trucks Band, and longtime Atlanta musician, has died → Read More

Romare Bearden exhibit opens at the High Museum

Romare Bearden's "Something Over Something Else" opens at the High Museum of Art → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Matt Torney named new artistic director at Theatrical Outfit

Matt Torney, Belfast native, will be the new artistic director at downtown Atlanta's Theatrical Outfit → Read More

Atlanta’s octogenarian jewel thief, Doris Payne, tells all

Doris Payne, jewel thief, writes in her autobiography that she stole her first diamond. → Read More

High Museum receives gift of Impressionist, modernist paintings

The High Museum of Art announced Tuesday the gift of 24 Impressionist and post-Impressionist paintings from Atlanta philanthropists Doris and Shouky Shaheen → Read More

Zoo Atlanta's African Savanna habitat nears completion

Zoo Atlanta offers the AJC an exclusive tour of the African Savanna habitat as it nears completion → Read More

ASO’s new chief artistic officer Elena Dubinets

Elena Dubinets, champion of new music and new audiences, is new chief artistic officer at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra → Read More

Author: how Stonewall kick-started the gay rights movement

David Carter, author of "Stonewall: The Riots that Sparked a Gay Revolution," spoke Friday at the Center for Civil and Human Rights to mark the 50th anniversary of the event. → Read More

Where to celebrate July 4th in metro Atlanta without crowds

Staying closer to home on for July 4 fun. → Read More

Robert Shaw documentary airs on PBS show American Masters

The 2016 documentary film "Robert Shaw -- Man of Many Voices," will be broadcast on the PBS program "American Masters" on Friday at 9 p.m. → Read More

AJC Decatur Book Festival announces highlights of upcoming event

The AJC Decatur Book Festival celebrates its 14th year over Labor Day weekend, and on Saturday eveni... → Read More

Atlanta History Center acquires rare battle flag of colored troops

A regimental flag carried into battle during the Civil War by the 127th U.S. Colored Troops has been acquired by the Atlanta History Center → Read More

Digging into Flannery O’Connor’s history

Archaeologists are digging for history at Andalusia, the Baldwin County farmhouse where Georgia author Flannery O'Connor lived. → Read More

Atlanta Botanical Garden opens Southeastern Center for Conservation this summer

The new Atlanta Botanical Garden center will serve as a home for the garden’s conservation, education, and experimentation. → Read More