#2018inReview The Atlanta Voice had several national “viral” stories in 2018. Here is a quick recap of some of the biggest moments we shared last year on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Instagram, and our website. Follow us!

Feb. 8: We’re there for the crucial final moment between the Morehouse College and Clark Atlanta University basketball teams. #HBCU

March 6: Stacey Abrams becomes the first African-American woman to run for Governor in the United States and we were there. Our video captured the moment and the attention of American citizens. The video has been viewed over 99,000 times so far! #RockTheVote

March 11: We spot rapper T.I. at the Atlanta United game. He interacts with fans and cheers with the team. #fortheculture

April 2: We caught up with Todd Gurley of the Los Angeles Rams after playing in a celebrity benefit game. #HunchoDay.

June 1: Our cover story on the Women of South Fulton justice goes viral! The cover photo, by in-house photographer Reginald Duncan, was shared widely across WSB-TV Channel 2 news, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and other local outlets. That’s when things went national! Time Magazine featured the photo in their issue all about the south. #SouthFulton

Sept 20: Our Youtube video covering Tiger Wood’s post-FedEx Tour Championship news conference hits it big with our audience. He speaks candidly about his back issues and how he felt during the round. #TigersBack

Oct 10: Dianna M Williams drops by our office for an interview, and over 44,333 Instagram users were watching! #DancingDolls

Oct 26: Will Ferrell comes to Atlanta to stump for Stacey Abrams. Our video reaches over 230,000 people in just 48 hours! #StaceyAbrams

(Photo: The Atlanta Voice Facebook)

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