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Programming on Jazz 91.9 WCLK is made possible in part by the Hammonds House Museum in Atlanta' Historic West End.  The Hammonds House will presents its 2017 Benefit Concert Saturday, November 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the Ray Charles Performing Arts Center at Morehouse College.  This year's event features an Evening With Vanessa Rubin and The Gary Motley Trio.  The concert is made possible by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. 

The CheckUp With Dr. Courtney Shelton, MD airs every other Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m. on Jazz 91.9 WCLK.   Dr. Shelton is a Board Certified Internist and Primary Care Physician and the Director of the Shelton Hospitalist Group, LLC.   This is a source of common sense medical talk for the community. 

November 16: Suite Jazz Series Presents Euge Groove

Nov 15, 2017

Programming on WCLK is made possible in part by The Suite Food Lounge, located at 375 Luckie Street in Downtown Atlanta. Thursday night for one night, one performance only, Euge Groove. He'll be unveiling his new release Groove On in a special release party in ATL before the rest of the country. WCLK listeners know Groove's smooth saxophone sounds, as he is heard regularly on the station. Doors open at 6:30pm, dinner and Jazz at 7:30pm.

The Atlanta Business League (ABL) will host their 84th Annual Meeting on Tuesday, November 14 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis.  At this Annual Meeting business leaders are inducted into the ABL Business Hall of Fame.   On the November 11 edition of The Local Take, we speak with two of the inductees, Noel Khalil and Rodney K. Strong. 

Noel Khalil is the founder and owner of Columbia Residential, LLC which  began in 1991. I speak with Mr. Khalil about his decision to become an entrepreneur.  He shares that his business focuses on affordable housing. 

HBCUs Tell Them We Are Rising on The Local Take

Nov 11, 2017

On the November 11 edition of The Local Take in support of the Jazz 91.9 WCLK Screening for Stanley Nelson's new documentary Tell Them We Are Rising I speak with two HBCU graduates with strong ties to Atlanta. 

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