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  1. Georgia’s only “American Idol” winner Phillip Phillips is embarking on a two-month-plus solo tour starting next month and will come to both the Georgia Theatre in Athens Feb. 22 and the Variety ...

  2. In Warrington, a roster of antique shops line the streets. Winston Garth opened the shop in early 1970, after getting into the antique business in the mid-1960s in Indianapolis, where he was ...

  3. For the better part of a century, a fence separated blacks from whites in their final resting place in a small Georgia town. Camilla Mayor Rufus Davis, who in 2015 became the first African-American ...

  4. A retired teacher in Mobile, Alabama, she had protested the Vietnam War in college, volunteered with Amnesty International for many years, and long kept up with political issues. At 71 ...

  5. In 1970, Canadian Neil Young told “Southern Man” to “keep your head, don’t forget what your Good Book said,” and some Southern men took offense. Northerners often assumed that all Southerners were white and all white Southerners were racists.

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