ATLANTA - Here are today's featured guests on Good Day Atlanta.
Legendary rock band Kansas brings 50th anniversary tour to the Fox: Not a day goes by that somewhere in the world, someone isn’t playing the music of Kansas.
The legendary rock band — known for hits including "Carry On Wayward Son" and "Dust in the Wind" — is celebrating its 50th anniversary with its current tour, which will stop at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre on Dec. 2. For founding member and guitarist Richard Williams, it’s a homecoming.
"I first moved [to Atlanta] in the late ‘70s, and I was, I think, the last one to migrate of the band," says Williams. "A couple of the guys married stewardesses that flew in and out of there, [and it] didn’t make any sense for them to quit their jobs and move to Topeka. And so, because of the women, really, we moved to Atlanta!"
The band’s "Another Fork in the Road - 50th Anniversary Tour" will play the Fox this Saturday, Dec. 2. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and doors open an hour earlier, and tickets start at $49.50. For more information on the show and to buy tickets, click here.
Warner Bros. Pictures brings their treat trailer to Fox 5 ahead of the film "Wonka": The film will focus on a young Willy Wonka and how he came to meet the Oompa-Loompas on one of his earliest adventures. The film hit theaters Friday, Dec. 15. The studio is rolling out a whimsical Wonka hot chocolate wagon, and they will make a magical visit to Atlantic Station this evening from 6 until 9. Watch the trailer for Wonka here.
Chadwick Boyd's shares his spice-pickled apples in jars and beautiful apple topiary: If you are looking to make homemade gifts for friends and family, these spice-pickled apples make a beautiful and delicious gift. They are easy to make, have a vibrant, sweet flavor and look stunning in a jar. Tie a satin ribbon around the lid and watch your loved ones’ eyes sparkle in delight when you present them with a jar. The apples last up to one week in the refrigerator. Serve on top of brie or other soft cheese, on the side of a roasted ham or pork, or with holiday scones or biscuits.
Christina "Ms. Basketball" Granville gives a list of the best holiday lights and tree displays across the Atlanta area: Now that the turkey has digested, it's time to get ready for holiday magic. Christina "Ms. Basketball" Granville gives us some of the best spots to visit for some holiday lights, tree displays and more. Check out a full list here.