March 2022

GA Chamber's New Georgia Economy Tour Stops in Milledgeville

Mar 29, 2022
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On Thursday, March 31st, Milledgeville will host a stop of the Georgia Chamber’s New Georgia Economy Tour.

Each year, the Georgia Chamber travels the state to share information about the state of Georgia’s economy and to solicit feedback about how all stakeholders can contribute to a more prosperous Georgia.

Goddess Complex: [un]Empowering Portrayals of Powerful Women and Goddesses On Film and In Fiction

Mar 23, 2022
Detail of image from the book cover of The Goddess Myth in Contemporary Literature and Popular Culture.

In her new book, The Goddess Myth in Contemporary Literature and Popular Culture, Georgia College Literature and Women and Gender Studies Professor Mary Magoulick peels back the layers of majesty and mystique surrounding powerful women and goddesses presented on the page and on screen.

On this edition of Georgia College Connections, Mary Magoulick joins host Daniel McDonald to discuss how a new wave of powerful female protagonists differs from, and stays true to, the portrayals that have come before.


Mar 11, 2022

CORRECTION: A story broadcast on Thursday, March 10 and Friday, March 11, misstated the potential punishment local restaurant and bar owner James Stafford faces for tax evasion. The story incorrectly stated Stafford faces a minimum of five-years imprisonment after pleading guilty to tax evasion. That is incorrect. Stafford faces a MAXIMUM penalty of five years in prison.

If you find any error in WRGC 88.3 FM’s reporting, please contact Operations Manager Daniel McDonald at

Flannery O'Connor's Andalusia Farm Named National Landmark

Mar 04, 2022
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Flannery O’Connor’s Andalusia Farm is now a national landmark.

The National Park Service designated Andalusia Farm a National Historic Landmark for its association with O’Connor, one of the most influential American authors of the mid-twentieth century.

O’Connor lived and worked at Andalusia from 1951 until her death in 1964. It is the place where she completed the majority of her published works, including the short story collection A Good Man is Hard to Find and the novel Wise Blood.

Johnny Cash and the Limits of American Empathy

Mar 04, 2022
Image from the book cover of Citizen Cash: The Political Life and Times of Johnny Cash. Image shows country music artist Johnny Cash with arms up holding an American flag behind him.

Almost two decades after his death, country music artist Johnny Cash maintains a hallowed place in American culture. Revered for the way he wrote and sang America into song, he’s equally admired for the way he lived his life:  An ardent defender of the underdog who never shied away from the opportunity to speak truth to power.