Good Day Atlanta viewer information: March 29, 2024

Featured guests and segments for Good Day Atlanta:

Spring break fun at the Tennessee Aquarium: What do the North American river otter, macaroni penguin, alligator snapping turtle, and sand tiger shark all have in common?

Yes, they’re all animals. But they’re also all animals you can learn more about by visiting Chattanooga’s Tennessee Aquarium.

This morning on Good Day Atlanta, we made the two-hour drive up to Chattanooga for our annual Spring Break trip to the aquarium, a tradition which began many years ago and which we don’t plan on ending anytime soon! 


Burgers with Buck previews Truist Park's new food: The Braves home opener is a week from today, and the staff at Truist Park have been getting ready for months. Buck Lanford stopped by the ballpark for his annual spring tradition of trying out the new burger offerings.

Cowboy Chicken spices up National Hot Chicken Day: National Hot Chicken Day is Saturday, March 30, and Cowboy Chicken has a sizzling buy-one-get-one-free deal to celebrate.

March Madness: The women's Sweet Sixteen tips off today and the top-seeded powerhouse teams are all still in. The Good Day team gathered together to find out who is leading the pack in their March Madness brackets.

Powerball jackpot nearing record high: Saturday night's Powerball lottery drawing is now worth an estimated $93 million. We've all dream about hitting that big jackpot, but have you really thought about what should you should do if you have a winning ticket? Emily Irwin, the head of advice relations at Wells Fargo, explains what you should and shouldn't do after scoring big.

Finding the right church home: Every year, churches see a rise in attendance on Easter Sunday. If you haven't been to church in a while and are looking forward to getting back into it, radio personality Willie Moore Jr. has some advice to find the place that fits.

Creating a colorful container garden: It's the perfect time to add color to your outdoor space. Container gardens can work well for everything from a giant patio to a small balcony. The experts at Pike Nurseries show how you can create your own colorful oasis.