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Miles J. Edwards

Founder of A.T.L. Webmag. Belvedere Park resident and downtown Atlanta enthusiast.

President Elect Donald Trump’s “shenanigans” with the Taiwanese

Friday President elect Donald Trump accepted a phone call from Taiwanese President, Tsai Ing-wen, and tweeted about it: “The President of Taiwan CALLED ME today to wish me congratulations on winning the Presidency. Thank you!” China views Taiwan as a …

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Nation’s biggest mall hires their first Black Santa

Mall of America, the biggest mall in the nation has announced the hiring of their first Black Santa.

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South of Marietta: Abandon street concessions, unemployed vendors

As a teenager in the 90s, I couldn’t wait to leave school to go to work at Turner Field, and stop to see, Donnie, a street vendor that I grew to become familiar with because of my frequent purchases of: …

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Rainy night in Georgia

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Former Governor Sonny Perdue meets with Trump’s transition team

Former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue will be meeting with Trump’s transition team.  Rumor has it that Perdue is being considered as the Secretary of Agriculture position, but Perdue would not confirm such rumor. Perdue was a strong supporter of Trump …

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NBA Hall Of Famer Charles Barkley Donates $1 million to Clark Atlanta University

After Black Friday and Cyber Monday, there is Giving Tuesday, and former NBA star, Charles Barkley, gave big by donating to local HBCU, Clark Atlanta University. Barkley was a guest on WJOX-FM 94.5 in Birmingham, Alabama, where he announced two $1 …

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South of Marietta Preview

Ever since I was a teenager, I can remember going downtown to Five Points before going to work at Turner Field.  As soon as I would exit the front of the station from Peachtree Street, I would be greeted by …

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GLAMSOUL: The music of Miranda Nicole

Nowadays its hard being an independent musician trying to make a name for themselves.  More and more musicians are choosing to release their music on their own accord instead of dealing with labels, but upon choosing to release their music …

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South DeKalb community slowly turns into the slums and attracts squatters

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution published a story on how a South DeKalb community off of Candler Road is transforming into slums.  DeKalb County Commissioner Nancy Jester of district 1 held a press conference with local reporters to expose the horrific living …

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Atlanta mayoral candidate thinks of himself as well educated and White privilege

Have you ever wondered what will it be like to be a privileged, well-educated White man in Atlanta?  Well Atlanta mayoral candidate, Peter Aman, wants to show city of Atlanta residents what it is like, and how he can be …

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