2011 Atlanta Braves

April 21, 2011 by  
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Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead, it’s all great for us.  Our PhD Committee is in the Capitol of the South – Atlanta.  Ed, Farley & Mark talk about those Braves, then we get some Baseball PhD culture.  Ernie Harwell was from Atlanta and Margaret Mitchell‘s paperboy.  First Ed interviews Joanna Arrieta from the Margaret Mitchell House as we  learn about Mitchell’s life and her greatest work, Gone With The Wind. Ed then interviews Steve Klein from The King Center.  The podcast concludes as we say good bye to Atlanta and hello to the highest ballpark in the Majors – Coors Field in Denver.


The King Center

April 19, 2011 by  
Filed under News

This week is Braves’ week and as part of our next podcast we’ll explore The King Center as Ed Kasputis interviews Steve Klein.  Who can forget the impact that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had on America along with the unforgettable sound of the tomahawk chop?  All this and more during our next podcast which will be released on Friday, April 22nd.  Go Braves!!!

I Have A Dream – August 28, 1963

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Tomahawk Chop

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Atlanta Braves Team Pulse
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Turner Field

1995 World Champion Atlanta Braves

Tomahawk Chop