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The High Museum of Art in Atlanta has worked to make diversity a priority. In recent years, the museum has seen an increase in the percentage of nonwhite visitors. John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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How An Art Museum Is Reaching A More Diverse Audience

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Passengers wait after the lights went out at Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Sunday. Many travelers were stuck in grounded planes for hours. Branden Camp/AP hide caption

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The Georgia Dome implodes during a scheduled demolition Monday. The stadium played host to the 1996 Olympic Games, two Super Bowls and Atlanta Falcons home games. Mike Stewart/AP hide caption

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Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff speaks with the media in Atlanta on Apr. 18 as he runs against Republican Karen Handel to replace Tom Price, who is now the secretary of Health and Human Services. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Ad War Means Local TV Stations Win Big In Georgia's Special Election

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A portion of Interstate 85 that collapsed in March will reopen by Monday, Georgia officials say. Here, construction workers and firefighters survey a section of the overpass that collapsed from a large fire in Atlanta. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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Keitra Bates stands in front of the building she plans to turn into Marddy's shared kitchen and marketplace. Debbie Elliot/NPR hide caption

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Preserving The Flavor Of An Atlanta Neighborhood

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Gordon Jones, left, shows off the painting to an Atlanta History Center donor. Sam Whitehead/GPB hide caption

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Atlanta Rolls Up, Moves An Old Oil Painting — All 374 Feet And 12 Tons Of It

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Taqueria del Sol on Atlanta's west side serves a blend of Mexican and Deep South flavors, like barbecue tacos. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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In Atlanta, Small Businesses Have Mixed Expectations Of President Trump

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Civil rights leader and Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., delivers remarks in front of a freedom bell during the "Let Freedom Ring" commemoration event in 2013. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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