City Lights: “In My Granny’s Garden”; NEXT; Hammonds House Honros Kevin Rinker • Sep 9, 2019 Share "In My Granny's Garden" was created by husband-wife duo and Atlanta authors Pearl Cleage and Zaron Burnett. Credit Summer Evans Audio version of this story here. Monday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”: 1:44: Musician OK Cello and Faith Carmichael of NEXT sit down with Reitzes to discuss the quarterly salon and documentary series that features Atlanta artists. NEXT’s upcoming event will take place on Sept. 13. 18:21: Reitzes talks with artist Tina Dunkley and Hammonds House Museum executive director Leatrice Ellzy about the inaugural Hammonds House Honors, which celebrates excellence in Black visual art. Dunkley will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Southwest Arts Center Sept. 12. 32:41: Lois Reitzes talks with playwright Pearl Cleage and writer Zaron Burnett, Jr. about their new children’s book “In My Granny’s Garden.” Gas Shortages Reported Throughout Georgia CDC Official Who Warned Americans Coronavirus Could Cause 'Severe' Disruption Resigns Georgia Could Cut Federal Unemployment Benefits In Effort To Boost Workforce Gov. Brian Kemp Set To Repeal Georgia's 1863 Citizen's Arrest Law States Can Forgive Unemployment Overpayments, But Missouri Demands People Pay Up Why People Are Fleeing Honduras For The U.S.: 'All That's Left Here Is Misery' Atlanta BeltLine CEO Talks New Westside Land Acquisition Strategies An Extended Pipeline Shutdown Could Impact Gas Prices In Southeast U.S.