The family celebration was to have been a simple one: soda, dessert and a few high-fives around the dinner table to congratulate the middle child for graduating pre-k and the oldest on his upcoming transition to middle school.
In a move of literal and figurative historic proportions, plans call for the Cyclorama to leave Grant Park, its home of more than a century, and relocate to a new facility at the Atlanta History Center in Buckhead.
See Flashback Fotos on myajc.com for only 99 cents. Visit the MyAJC archives for a historic look at Atlanta from Midtown in the 70s to Auburn Avenue and even life here before traffic jams on the interstates.
The above ad was just released by Gov. Nathan Deal’s campaign in the final days before next week’s primary. Like his other ads, it strikes a positive message that makes no mention of his opponents or his political affiliation.
We’re told this ad is just the beginning of a broader advertising onslaught emphasizing the “on the move” message. And it’s worth mentioning that he hasn’t abandoned the magazine ranking altogether. From his campaign’s Facebook post: