It's the end of the year, which means it's the end of our year-long look back at the Atlanta 1996 Olympics and Paralympics. We discuss their favorite Atlanta stories from the year, and we also have lightning rounds from some TKFLASTANIS with Atlanta 1996 connections: City planners Michael Dobbins and Randal Roark, and softball player Laura Berg,
Today marks the 25th anniversary of Atlanta 1996, so we are talking about the legacy of those Games from the city planning perspective. We’re joined by Randal Roark and Michael Dobbins, who along with Leon Eplan wrote the new book "Atlanta’s Olympic Resurgence: How the 1996 Games Revived a Struggling City." We talked about the planning that went into those Games, plans that didn’t work and the legacy of those Games.