does this count as coming out??
Love the Betty!
Covers Dixie like the dew
December 1949 — The Atlanta Journal Radio Station WSB car hits the Atlanta streets, with a newscaster holding microphone as he interviews pedestrians. The van was painted with slogans — for WSB, “The Voice of the South,” and for the Atlanta Journal, “The Journal Covers Dixie Like the Dew.”
In this edition of our Flashback Fotos series, we take a look back at our sister stations here in Atlanta, WSB Radio and WSB-TV, during their early operating years. Both have remained popular with listeners and viewers throughout the decades, even as their programming has changed with the times. And WSB Radio has a birthday coming soon. The station began broadcasting March 15, 1922, and in 2014 celebrates 92 years on the air. Now, enjoy this inside view into the workings of both operations through the lenses of our Journal and Constitution photographers. Go to myajc.com to see more images.
The B-52’s - The B-52’s
This was one of the first albums I ever bought. It was released 35 years ago today on July 6, 1979. A total classic with songs that still get people up on their feet to dance and shimmy!