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"What’s the best advice your father ever gave you?"

“He always told me to be a better man than himself, and honestly, I don’t think I live up to that.”

“Cheers!” is an Atlanta Voice feature highlighting the everyday accomplishments of everyday people—things like special honors, awards, job announcements, graduations, promotions and other achievements

Father and son duo, Dorian Joyner Sr. and Dorian Joyner Jr. both graduated from Morehouse College May 19 where President Barack Obama gave the commencement address.

Once it is completed, can you foresee riding Atlanta’s downtown trolley?

“Only on tours and special occasions."

Do Atlanta’s police officers deserve more than a one-percent pay raise?

“I think they deserve more money because we have to depend on the police to protect us, to protect our homes while we are at work."

"What are you thoughts on the fraud charges against State Rep. Tyrone Brooks?"

“I think it’s unfortunate for someone who has done so much for civil rights to have this situation to tarnish his legacy."

"Is it worth it to go deep in debt to pay for a college education?"

“I think it is worth it because if you get a degree you can do something with it afterwards to make it back up."

"As Mother’s Day approaches, what is one thing you can say that makes your mother special to you?"

“The reason I love my mother so much is not only did she make a lot of sacrifices for me, she raised me as a single parent, kept food on the table and a roof over my head and helped ...

Cheers!” is an Atlanta Voice feature highlighting the everyday accomplishments of everyday people—things like special honors, awards, job announcements, graduations, promotions and other individual a

Charles W. Richardson Jr., Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing in the Clark Atlanta University (CAU) School of Business Administration, has been named an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow for the 2013-2014 academic year.

"Will NBA Center Jason Collins ‘coming out’ as gay, change the game of basketball?"

“I don’t think its going to change the game as a whole."

Black-on-black love

If ever there was a show that reflects the positive elements of black relationships, then the YouTube sensation “The Couple” is that show.

women learning to serve their own health needs

It’s 10:29 Wednesday morning as Leslie Magnum walks into the aerobics room at Quality Living Services (QLS) senior center and issues a spirited directive to nearly 100 budding fitness enthusiasts, mostly women."

your voice

“I don’t think they put enough emphasis on it.

New loan policies fail Black students in college

WASHINGTON (NNPA) - Like thousands of Black college students, Bethanie Fisher, a psychology major at Howard University, depended heavily on the Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students program that allows parents to borrow the full amount of college tuition and fees. ...