Re-imagining Atlanta as a Cultural, Corporate Center

The Polaris Restaurant, pictured here as it opened in 1967, remains a striking and nostalgic landmark within Atlanta's twenty-first century skyline. Once affectionately called the city's "flying saucer," the Polaris still sits at the top of the Hyatt Regency Hotel, but it no longer dominates the downtown landscape, as seen in the rollover image captured in the year 2000.


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 Lost World of Sid and Marty Krofft brief overview with a pdf document (Acrobat Reader needed for viewing)
by Dave Winter's Wheeler High School Students

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


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