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Do you ever find yourself wanting more when you leave church on Sunday? Find yourself wanting to dig deeper into the text? Well, this is the show for you! This is the show where we take a deeper dive and look closer at the Scriptures from this week's sermon. We will discuss greater cultural context, original languages, and much much more!
 
We have moved this podcast to Podbean! If you want to hear new episodes from us, head over to http://edgeguard.podbean.com/ to see new episodes and get the new RSS feed. Edge Guard is a podcast about video games on the fringe: games at the unexplored edges of itch.io, student games, experimental releases, and more. Each week, two friends—one with a degree in game design, one studying games in an English grad program—play and discuss a different game from the edges of gaming, focusing on what ...
 
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On this edition of Closer Look, Chair of the Fulton County Board of Registration & Elections Cathy Woolard discusses the county’s early voting procedures and poll-worker staffing ahead of midterms. Co-founders of technology company Iterate.ai Jon Nordmark and Brian Sathianathan discuss the development of threat awareness technology in schools and p…
 
On today's episode of A Closer Look, Pastor Cullen walks Clayton through his thoughts on the first part of Acts 20. He takes an interesting approach with this text. Hope it's meaningful to you. Happy Listening! If you would like to partner with us financially we would be honored and you can do so here: https://mywellhousechurch.churchcente... Our S…
 
In this very vulnerable interview, actor Michael O’Neill shares insight into his characters and how it can affect an actor’s mental health when a job is finished. In this interview taped right before the filming of BOUND, we find out how he felt about Council of Dads getting cancelled, why he went into therapy after one of his roles, and what it’s …
 
On this edition of Closer Look, Dr. Jodie Guest, Vice Chair of the Department of Epidemiology Rollins School of Public Health and School of Medicine at Emory University, discusses the importance of managing stigma and vaccine availability amid the monkeypox viral outbreak. Also, C.J. Hunt, director and writer of the The Neutral Ground, examines the…
 
On this edition of Closer Look, Fulton County Schools Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney discusses the district’s employment contingency plan and security measures in the wake of nationwide mass shootings and teacher shortages. Also, Georgia Justice Project Executive Director Doug Ammar discusses the state’s felony conviction voter eligibility laws. Se…
 
On this edition of Closer Look, WABE education reporter Martha Dalton discusses how some area school districts are being creative to address teacher shortages, continue to help identify and assist students experiencing loss of learning due to the pandemic and dealing with GA’s new divisive concepts law the prohibits how and what to teach content ce…
 
On this edition of Closer Look, Ytasha Womack, critically acclaimed author, filmmaker and afro-futurist scholar discusses the legacy of trailblazing actress Nichelle Nichols. Deke Cateau, CEO of A.G. Rhodes nonprofit nursing home provider, discusses the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on nursing home occupancy, safety and employee shortages. Mercy…
 
Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Herring discusses the district’s COVID-19 precautions and security measures for its upcoming academic year. WABE Environment Editor Molly Samuel and Climate Reporter Emily Jones discuss WABE’s ongoing The Heat Effect series. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice …
 
Mekela Panditharatne, counsel for the Brennan Center’s Democracy Program, discusses election denialism and voter interference by The Conservative Partnership Institute. Carl Charles, Senior Attorney in the Southern Regional Office of Lambda Legal, discusses Georgia’s new Medicaid coverage for gender-affirming surgery. See Privacy Policy at https://…
 
Georgia State University Professor Anthony Michael Kreis discusses a lawsuit against Georgia’s recent abortion ban enactment. Andrew Hunt and Vicky Zeng, co-authors of a Georgia Tech, Johns Hopkins and University of Washington study discuss an AI system’s racial and gender biases. Also, Silvernest President Riley Gibson discusses the company’s seni…
 
Lauren Chapman, digital editor at Indiana Public Broadcasting, discusses Indiana lawmakers’ special session coverage of total abortion ban in the state. President and CEO Kuku Richards and Chairman and CEO Troy Richards of the Museum of Diversity discuss the organization’s immersive virtual reality experience and African diaspora educational initia…
 
Azadeh N. Shahshahani, human rights lawyer and legal and advocacy director of Project South, discusses allegations of assault and mistreatment at Georgia’s U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Stewart Detention Center. Cameron Clay, national director of curriculum and training at SMASH, discusses the nonprofit's partnership and outreach effor…
 
On this episode of A Closer Look, Pastor Cullen continues to work through Acts 18 and the story of Priscilla and Aquilla correcting the teachings of Apollos. Its an interesting story of liberation in the name of Jesus. Happy Listening! If you would like to partner with us financially we would be honored and you can do so here: https://mywellhousech…
 
Feminist Women’s Health Center Executive Director Kwajelyn J. Jackson discusses how the organization’s services will move forward in response to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling the “Living Infants Fairness and Equality Act” into effect. Chief strategy Officer for Transportation Insight Holding Company John Haber discusses stress ongoing st…
 
On this special edition of Closer Look, Rose speaks with Republican Rep. Ed Setzler, Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia Andrea Young, and Georgia State University Law Professor Tanya Washington. This conversation follows the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling the “Living Infants Fairness and Equality Act” into eff…
 
Charles Taylor, co-owner of the Mall West End, breaks down its redevelopment plans with New York City-based Prusik Group. Jamie Porges, co-founder and CEO of Radiance Solar, discusses the acute shortage of solar panels and its impact on the industry’s growing demand. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at h…
 
Co-author Erica Smiley discusses her recent release, “The Future We Need: Organizing for A Better Democracy in the Twenty-First Century,” alongside labor movement activist Sanchioni Butler, a subject of the novel. Also, self-defense firearms instructor Marchelle Davis explores the rise in gun ownership among Black women and her mission to empower w…
 
On this episode of A Closer Look, Pastor Cullen is looking at Acts 18 and the way in which the Gospel is transitioning into a focus on women and specifically Priscilla and Aquilla. Happy Listening! If you would like to partner with us financially we would be honored and you can do so here: https://mywellhousechurch.churchcente... Our Socials: WellH…
 
Ashely Lyerly, the American Lung Association's senior director of advocacy for Georgia, breaks down Atlanta’s “F” grade in the organization’s “State of the Air” assessment. Also, Rose Scott revisits her conversation with Gwinnett Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Calvin Watts on the future of Georgia’s largest school district. See Privacy Policy at…
 
Dr. Tom Smith, professor of finance at Emory University's Goizueta Business School discusses the impacts of inflation on price stability, consumer spending habits and the plausibility of recession. In light of recent drownings at Lake Lanier, Dive Team Commander Sgt. Chris Tempel breaks down drowning prevention, water safety, and safe water-vehicle…
 
Rose Scott talks with Adon Clark, the dean of the School of Aviation at Middle Georgia State University and Captain Theresa Claiborne, a veteran pilot and president emeritus of Sisters of the Skies about America's pilot shortage. Plus, a brief look at the life of civil rights leader and pioneering educator Mary McLeod Bethune. Bethune is the first …
 
When my friend Richard suggested I read the book The Desecrated, I was a little hesitant because it had a supernatural bent and I’m a pure detective fan. But when he told me it was written by John Gray – I knew I had to open it up! John Gray – the creator of the hit series The Ghost Whisperer. The director of Martin and Lewis with Sean Hayes and Je…
 
This fall, Georgia state is launching its new Access to Careers in Research Admin (ACRA) program. The first of its kind, Tim Denning, vice president for research and economic development at and Candice Ferguson, associate director of research training, discuss the programs mission, curriculum, and recruitment process. As tick season continues, effe…
 
When the Hall county GOP held a BBQ in a public park where Walker and other candidates were speaking a WABE reporter was asked to leave. On Twitter, the Hall county GOP made it clear that is was not their decision, but that they'd been asked by the Walker campaign to exclude Media. WABE politics reporter Rahul Bali talks about getting booted from t…
 
On today's episode Pastor Cullen walks Clayton through one of the largest shifts in the book of Acts. In chapter 16 the book begins to focus on the role of women. Happy Listening to a story of liberation for women. If you would like to partner with us financially we would be honored and you can do so here: https://mywellhousechurch.churchcente... O…
 
Energy reporter Kristi Swartz discusses several topics, including the role of the Georgia Public Service Commission and the latest climate and environment news. Dr. Chantale Branson, an assistant professor of Neurology in the Department of Internal Medicine at Morehouse School of Medicine, discusses the "Parkinson's in the African American Communit…
 
You’ve seen Mike Pniewski in everything from The Sopranos to The Good Wife/Fight, Law and Order (just about every incarnation!) and now Hightown on STARZ. He’s a face you don’t forget. He’s also a writer and an author. And calls fellow actor Michael O’Neill one of his best friends. So it was only natural that they would want to do a project togethe…
 
Sonam Vashi, the co-founder and co-director of the independent local news outlet Canopy Atlanta, and Max Resnik, the Documenters Network Manager at City Bureau, discuss bringing the Documenters Network to Atlanta. Plus, Dr. Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber, the president of the American Medical Women's Association and professor of medicine at the Augusta U…
 
Criminal Defense Attorney and WABE Legal Analyst Page Pate discusses a Fulton County grand jury’s decision to issue new subpoenas as it investigates former President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election. Gwinnett Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Calvin Watts discusses leading the largest school district in Georgia. Lastly, DeKalb C…
 
In today's episode of A Closer Look, Pastor Cullen walks Clayton through the last few verses of chapter 15 and begins chapter 16 with the introduction into Timothy in the book of Acts. Timothy is an important character to the life of the New Testament, and he becomes a key person to stop objectifying an oppressed people. Happy Listening! If you wou…
 
Dr. Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber, the president of the American Medical Women's Association and professor of medicine at the Augusta University and University of Georgia medical partnership, discusses the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and the restriction of access to reproductive healthcare. Plus, The Food and Drug Admi…
 
Dr. Debra Houry, who serves as the acting principal deputy director and the head of the National Center for Injury Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, discusses the state of gun violence in Georgia and across the nation and how the CDC is working to combat the issue through research and education. It’s been more than one y…
 
Brenau University expands its school of psychology and adolescent counseling; Local nonprofits work to combat homeless in metro Atlanta amid pandemic Brenau University President Anne Skleder discusses the state of mental health access and care in Georgia and how her university is working to close the gap through several new initiatives. Plus, Rapha…
 
Today is National HIV Testing Day. This year’s theme is “HIV Testing is self-care.” Tammy Kinney, an HIV/AIDS activist and the founder of Rural Women in Action, and Jenetter Richburg, the director of client services at AID Atlanta, discuss several topics, including prevention, testing and treatment. We then revisit Rose’s 2017 conversation with Bil…
 
In this episode of A Closer Look, our bible podcast here at WellHouse Church, Pastor Cullen walks Clayton through Acts 15 and the Jerusalem Council. It's certainly not your normal interpretation of this passage, and Pastor Cullen even critiques the council, for not giving voice to the people. Happy Listening! If you would like to partner with us fi…
 
The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade. On a special edition of “Closer Look” Rose talks with several guests about the overturning of the monumental case, which granted women the federal right to an abortion. Guest include Georgia State University law professors Tanya Washington and Anthony Michael Kreis, WABE politics reporters Rahul Ba…
 
Dr. Andi Shane, the chief of the division of pediatric infectious diseases at Emory University School of Medicine and the medical director of infectious disease at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and Dr. Jacob Eichenberger, a pediatrician at Augusta University Medical Center, return to the program to discuss COVID vaccines being made available fo…
 
Anyone who is a spy history buff will know that American Intelligence caught three high-profile Russian spies in the 90s: Aldrich Ames and Edward Howard from the CIA, and Robert Hanssen from the FBI. But did you know that there have always been rumblings that there was a fourth man? Bestselling author and intelligence analyst for CNN, (one of the m…
 
Criminal Defense Attorney and WABE Legal Analyst Page Pate discusses the Georgia Supreme Court's decision to overturn the murder conviction of Justin Ross Harris. Dr. Sylvia Morris, an internal medicine specialist at Kaiser Permanente, discusses heat-related illnesses and prevention. Plus, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Peachtree Road Race is fas…
 
Nicole Carr, a veteran investigative journalist and ProPublica reporter, joins “Closer Look” to discuss a reporting partnership between ProPublica and the PBS program Frontline that seeks to examine how anti-critical race theory activists are intimidating schools across the country. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Pri…
 
What makes a book so hot that there are 11 publishing houses bidding in an auction for it? Today we find out as publishing professional and debut author Ebony LaDelle shares her experience as the author of a new YA novel - Love Radio. She tells us what actually makes a YA novel, and why music and Toni Morrison figure so prominently in the book. Plu…
 
In this episode of A Closer Look, Pastor Cullen looks at the end of chapter 13 and all of chapter 14 in the book of Acts, preparing for the Jerusalem Council in Acts 15. Clayton and Pastor Cullen end up having a conversation about the way that power metaphors are utilized in the book of Acts, and what it means to "suffer" in the book of Acts. Happy…
 
This special live broadcast of Closer Look focuses on Juneteenth. Now a federal holiday this year it will be officially honored on Monday June 20th. If you’re not aware of Juneteenth is all about…get to listening. There’s a lot more to regarding enslaved Black Americans in Texas who were told emancipation had come actually two year earlier. Junetee…
 
Joshua Byrd and Richard Byrd, acting chair and former co-chair of the anti-gun violence committee of ​100 Black Men of Atlanta Inc., discuss the organizations anti-gun violence campaign. The committee partners with local school districts to facilitate youth outreach, and aims to minimize gun violence through conflict-resolution education within the…
 
No Address:Atlanta is part of a documentary series from filmmaker Caletta Harris. Tenants in a City of Brookhaven apartment complex say raw sewage backed up into bathtubs for two weeks, but they continued to pay rent while waiting for repairs. Sophia Qureshi, founder and editor of newsletter 285 South on Bulletin, broke the story. See Privacy Polic…
 
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