The Lost World of Sid and Marty Krofft

To better evaluate what becomes important within a city's self-definition, the Building Cities theme encourages a closer look at the failed aspects of building a city as much as the relative success stories. While investigating a city's history, questions often arise, such as why did Project A succeed where Project B seemed to fail, and how much is the city responsible to support efforts to stimulate far-reaching urban development?

As such, while using a KCAC approach in researching the history of The CNN Center--a currently important and internationally recognized Atlanta landmark--Dave Winter's students found the building to hold a legacy that contains witches, juggling thirty-foot clowns, and even a magnificent pinball machine large enough to accomodate human passengers.

To read the resulting article,complete with original illustrations and published by Winter's students for the April 26th edition of the Wheeler High School Catalyst, click on the original cover art below.

WARNING:This is a very large file and takes some time to open, but the award-winning layout and artwork remain intact for viewing. Your patience will be rewarded.

a pdf document (Acrobat Reader needed for viewing)


What We Keep and Create in the City
by Bonnie Webb and Sarah Robbins


Martin Luther King Center Virtual Tour a PowerPoint presentation (PowerPoint viewer required for viewing)
by Bonnie Webb's Garrett Middle School Students

Literary Responses to the King Center
by Garrett Middle School Students


The Varsitya PowerPoint presentation (PowerPoint viewer required for viewing)
by Sarah Breede and Roslyn Sue Smith, KSU Honors students


Content Design/Management:Traci Blanchard and Marty Lamers



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