This week on Athens News Matters:
- ACC Commissioner Tim Denson joins us to talk about Project RESET, an ambitious proposal to address the rising tide of evictions.
- AthFest is back! Alexia Ridley talks to AthFest Educates Executive Director Jill Helme about the festival and what to expect when it kicks off in September.
- We'll explain what hostile architecture is and what communites can do to address it.
- Our panel discusses Project Reset and the possibility of a public restroom downtown.
- New research from the University of Georgia suggests there may be alternatives to lockdowns and quarantines.
- A new report from the nonprofit Trust for America's Health says chronic underfunding hampered the public health response to COVID-19.
- You may be seeing more butterflies in your yard lately. We'll find out how climate is changing butterfly abundance.
- The Lyndon House is hosting the exhibit #NotAStereotype, curated by the recipient of the Lyndon House Arts Foundation's Guest BIPOC Curator program.
- And, we'll remember Bloodkin's Daniel Hutchens, who died last week at age 56.