The Lounge at the Atlanta Jazz Festival is back this year with two locations inside Piedmont Park. Conceived as a way to experience the Atlanta Jazz Festival in comfort on a whole new level, The Lounge areas feature: a cool zone, covered seating, upscale bathroom facilities, great sight lines, upscale beverage service and more.

May 20: The Local Take Talks with Andrew Young

May 20, 2017

This week on The Local Take we are joined in the WCLK studio by Ambassador Andrew Young, who talks with us about his upcoming 2017 Andrew J. Young International Leadership Awards Gala and 85th Birthday Party, taking place June 3 at Philips Arena. The 2017 Andrew J. Young International Leadership Award recipients are:

National Cancer Institute

Join Host Pattie Walden, Wednesday, May 17 at 6:00 p.m. as we talk about cancer treatment and the 'chemo brain' that can come when you or a loved one undergoes chemotherapy.   We’ll talk about it with with:  Dr. Tavari Brown, Cancer Wellness Program Manager for Piedmont Healthcare; Doris Jones, Clinical Coordinator for the Cancer Navigation Program at Dekalb Medical; and, Cancer Survivor Sandra Meldrum.  

Your Health Connection on Jazz 91.9 WCLK is Community Engagement from The Center For Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University (CCRTD).

Exclusive May Premium Item: WCLK Festival Pack

May 15, 2017

Get your Signature Jazz 91.9 WCLK Festival Pack today by clicking here.  Make a one time donation at the $60 level during May and get the Jazz 91.9 WCLK Festival Pack. This special premium festival pack is embellished with the WCLK logo and comes complete with place settings for four, stainless steel cutlery, shatter-proof acrylic cups and additional utensils. It's perfect for a pinic or lunch on the go.

WCLK congratulates Dr. Joyce J. Dorsey, President and CEO of Fulton/Atlanta Community Action Authority on her selection to receive the prestigious Visions of Excellence Award at the 2017 Atlanta Business League CEO Awards Luncheon. Lauded as an organizational developer, social worker and community activist, Dr. Joyce J. Dorsey was molded to develop and lead organizations early in life. She is a Spelman and Atlanta University School of Social Work graduate with career experience in corrections and as a management consultant. She presently serves with the Fulton Atlanta Community Action Authority, Inc (FACAA) and participates with Atlanta’s Concerned Black Clergy, Fulton County’s Workforce Investment Board of Directors and many others.