CCJ Reports

Five Mexican Restaurants To Visit This Cinco de Mayo

Five Mexican Restaurants To Visit This Cinco de Mayo

Elliot James, Contributor

May 3, 2018


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America’s favorite Mexican holiday is just around the corner and it’s time to start thinking about where your fiesta will begin

Five Ways to Relax during National Stress Awareness Month

Five Ways to Relax during National Stress Awareness Month

Mitch Jaugstetter, Contributor

April 26, 2018


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Here are five positive ways to respond to your stress and get it under control.

Five Must-See Sports Documentaries

Five Must-See Sports Documentaries

Ryan Weaver, Contributor

April 17, 2018


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These five documentaries do a great job of blending sports action and human elements into an enjoyable film watching experience.

An Explainer: Recycling In Macon

An Explainer: Recycling In Macon

Mitch Jaugstetter, Contributing Writer

March 28, 2018


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Macon-Bibb county offers curbside recycling pick-up to its residents twice a month.

How Does Hargray Book Its Shows?

How Does Hargray Book Its Shows?

Jackson Dillard, Contributing Writer

March 28, 2018


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After the Hargray Capitol Theatre booked Portugal. The Man, Writer Jackson Dillard had to figure out how it happened.

How are Women’s Basketball Teams Ranked?

How are Women’s Basketball Teams Ranked?

Kianna Lanier, Contributing Writer

March 28, 2018


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Here's what goes into determining NCAA rankings.

The Tree That Changed a City 6,948 Miles Away

The Tree That Changed a City 6,948 Miles Away

Elliot James, Contributing Writer

March 23, 2018


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How can one tree become so important to a community in a city it is not native to?  Here 's why the “pinkest party on earth” is essential to the identity and history of Macon and how it makes an international impact year after year.

Just Curious: What is the genealogical and historical room at Washington Memorial Library?

Just Curious: What is the genealogical and historical room at Washington Memorial Library?

Paige Hill, WMAZ Intern

March 15, 2018


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From a small idea in 1926, the Washington Memorial Library has evolved into what some would consider one of the best genealogical libraries in the southeast.

The 4-7-8: Feb. 26

The 4-7-8: Feb. 26

March 2, 2018


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The 4-7-8 Community Calendar brings you the Macon events of the week.

Tiny Tour: Tubman Museum

Tiny Tour: Tubman Museum

Mitch Jaugstetter, Contributor

February 26, 2018


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The Tubman African American Museum opened in 1985 and has grown over the years as a cultural and educational resource for the community. The museum strives to educate people about African American music, art, history and culture.

Five Little Known B-Sides from Macon Artists

Five Little Known B-Sides from Macon Artists

Jackson Dillard, Contributor

February 21, 2018


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Macon’s rich music history is one of the first things you hear about when you come to the city. Countless hits have been written and recorded in this town, but just as many B-sides and deep cuts have come from the famous acts this area has spawned. Let’s take a quick look at some notable B-sides!

Washington Memorial Library: History Comes Alive

Washington Memorial Library: History Comes Alive

Devyn Mode, Contributor

February 21, 2018


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Take a look inside Washington Memorial Library’s Genealogy Archives. Here you can find information on Macon’s history and maybe even your ancestors.

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