Atlanta people and places

Seattle paper is sorry it forgot Mississippi was a thing

9:22 am Sep. 1, 2017


The Seattle Times issued a swift fix after posting a map of the South missing one big thing: Mississippi.

PAST: As if Atlanta traffic wasn’t bad enough, now Alabama’s making fun of us. ALABAMA. 

Oklahoma television reporter Wendy Suares noticed the omission with a hurricane graphic and pointed it out via Twitter:

The Times was quick with the fix but people were quicker with the memes:

And TBH  no one’s real mad about

Fox News hires Tomi Lahren, the pundit fired by Glenn Beck’s The Blaze

11:17 am Aug. 30, 2017

Tomi Lahren, the outspoken commentator fired by Glenn Beck’s The Blaze after her comments on “The View,” has a new gig at Fox News. She’ll debut during Sean Hannity’s show.

She announced her big news on social media:

Eric Trump, one of President Donald Trump’s sons, was among those offering congratulations:

“Lahren will have a signature role on an FNC digital product currently in development and will also offer political commentary to

Charlottesville victim’s mother to be honored at MTV Video Music Awards

5:14 pm Aug. 27, 2017

Susan Bro, whose daughter Heather Heyer was killed when a motorist drove through a crowd of pedestrians amid competing rallies in Charlottesville that turned violent, will be honored at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night. She’ll present an award called “Best Fight Against the System” as a tribute to her daughter’s memory and her fight to continue promote Heyer’s ideals. 

MORE: Scott Baio is sorry for posting

The University of Texas moves Confederate statues

7:41 am Aug. 21, 2017

The University of Texas has moved statues depicting Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Albert Sidney Johnston; John Reagan, who served as postmaster during the Civil War and former Texas Gov. James Stephen Hogg, whose father

Confederate marker removed from Hollywood cemetery after threats of vandalism

7:32 am Aug. 17, 2017

A granite marker at the graves of Confederate veterans has been removed from a cemetery in Hollywood, Calif. after threats of vandalism.

The marker, placed in 1925, was taken to an undisclosed location, the Los Angeles Times reported.

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Atlanta History Center: Don’t tear down Confederate monuments

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Daily Stormer site hacked after Heather Heyer post? Anonymous says no

7:33 am Aug. 14, 2017

Daily Stormer, a site for and by racist nut jobs, supposedly been taken over by the shadowy hacker network known as Anonymous as punishment for a sickening post about Charlottesville victim Heather Heyer.

“We have had the Daily Stormer in our sites for months now,” Anonymous wrote. “The events of Charlottesville alerted us to the need for immediate action. We want you Nazis to know: your time is short. We will