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Apply now to volunteer at next year’s Super Bowl in Atlanta

11:46 am Feb. 13, 2018

The Super Bowl comes back to Atlanta next year and organizers will needs lots of hands on deck.

Civic-minded sports fans can apply now to secure a volunteer spot. Note: this does not in any way guarantee you’ll be watching the game or taking selfies with whoever the halftime show headliner is.

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The call for volunteers reads: “As Atlanta gears up to

VIDEO: In the studio with Frank and Wanda their first morning back

12:54 pm Feb. 12, 2018

It’s like they never left.

Frank Ski and Wanda Smith were back in the studio today at V-103 and didn’t miss a beat. The place was bedazzled with feather boas, fake diamonds, and what seemed to be every balloon in Atlanta.

myAJC: Frank Ski on his return to V-103

Frank Ski and Dr. Patrice Basanta-Henry’s beautiful wedding

Wanda said she’s looking forward to “pulling the city back together again,”

T.I., Walmart team up for free “Black Panther” screening

9:59 am Feb. 10, 2018

Walmart is giving away tickets to an advance screening of “Black Panther” and T.I.  is joining the fun.

The screening is set for 7:15 p.m. Tuesday in metro Atlanta.

T.I. will join associates at the Walmart at 1105 Research Center Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30331 (off Cascade Road )at 5 p.m. Monday to give away tickets, in the toy aisle. While you’re there, check out Walmart’s selection of exclusive “Black Panther” action figures, toys,

Watch Justin Timberlake surprise Super Bowl “selfie kid”

7:57 am Feb. 9, 2018

Ryan McKenna just stays living his best life.

First, his dad surprised him with the news two weeks before the game that they’d be heading to Minnesota for Super Bowl LII.

“I just started crying, I couldn’t believe it,” he said during a visit to Ellen DeGeneres’ show. “Just to go to the Super Bowl .. it’s a dream come true.”

Then they happened to be in the section Justin Timberlake hit during

How much did “Black Panther” spend in Georgia?

1:22 pm Feb. 8, 2018

“Black Panther” left a lot of green in Georgia.

The Marvel blockbuster due out Feb. 16 spent $73 million, Motion Picture Association of America Chairman and CEO Charles H. Rivkin said during the red carpet ahead of Wednesday night’s premiere at the Fox Theatre.

“When a movie’s made, it’s not just the actors and the technicians,” he said. “It’s all the community that benefits. It’s the caterers and the hairdressers and the