City Lights: Atlanta’s Olympic Bid And Neuroscience

Several thousand people gathered in the early morning of Sept. 18, 1990 at Underground Atlanta, an entertainment complex, to await the site selection announcement for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Atlanta was chosen, and the celebration began. (AP Photo/Spencer Weiner)
Several thousand people gathered in the early morning of Sept. 18, 1990 at Underground Atlanta, an entertainment complex, to await the site selection announcement for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Atlanta was chosen, and the celebration began. (AP Photo/Spencer Weiner)
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Tuesday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 1:30: Valerie Jackson remembers Sept. 18, 1990, the day when Atlanta won the bid to host the 1996 Olympic Games;
  • 19:55: Music contributor Dr. Scott Stewart and neuroscientist Dr. Anna Moore examine how music can help teenage brains.
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