Closer Look: Carver Neighborhood Market; Bikes; And More

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Monday on “Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress”:

  • 0:00: Rose Scott and Jim Burress give an update on Gov. Nathan Deal’s signing of the state’s $23.7 billion budget;
  • 1:58: Matt Pieper, executive director of Open Hand Atlanta, speaks about a public forum for North Fulton residents to talk about a strategic plan to end HIV and AIDS in the county;
  • 16:46: Kate Sweeney reports on the Atlanta’s state of biking during National Bike Month;
  • 19:13: Tasnim Shamma reports on Paulding County’s efforts to add commercial service to its airport;
  • 21:12: Chris Appleton, co-founder and executive director of WonderRoot, discusses the art-based workshops the organization provides to homeless youth in the Nicholas House summer camp;
  • 32:46: Candace Wheeler speaks about tomorrow’s primary in Indiana, the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and Amy Schumer’s announcement about not taking photos with fans;
  • 36:45: Rose Scott and Candace Wheeler spend an afternoon at the Carver Neighborhood Market;
  • 49:25: Lisa Hagen reports on Georgia funding anti-abortion pregnancy resource centers;
  • 54:11: Deanne Brown-Thomas speaks about her father, soul singer James Brown, his legacy and Tuesday’s reunion of members of the James Brown band in Augusta.