Interior Site:Welcome to the Zoo

The moment you see this sight in Atlanta you know where your at, the Atlanta zoo. A place visited by people of all ages, from the young to the elderly. You see families, friends, schools, sweethearts, and loners enjoying everything the zoo has to offer.The first animal you see when you step into the zoo are flamingos. About 10 or more feet away is a concession stand ( one of many) selling buttery popcorn and tasty cotton candy.

The place is pretty easy to navigate with winding pavement paths and if you get find the nearest map ,which is very easy to understand. The zoo also has these really tale trees closed together all around the and of the winding paths providing plenty of shaded areas while also not blocking a clear view of the sky.  The zoo has a lot of open space which makes since they want flexible space that that accommodate fictional needs of different activities. Also the gorillas enclosure space is designed in a way that you really don’t hear any noise from the gorilla since their either to far way or behind some thick glass. Which is the case with most of the animals, that’s not to say the zoo is quiet, oh no the air is filled with the chirping of birds. If you go to the petting zoo area it’s filled with the bah of sheep’s. Helpful tip they do not like to be pet near their face. Near the Zebra and Elephant enclosure is the Lion enclosure, where you can see the three bachelors hanging out together, who are brothers by the way.

Take a look inside Atlanta’s Zoo

Look at this when you need to know where your at and how to get where you   want.              

This Gorilla is relaxing

Kings of the Jungle



Close view of an elephant

Find out the Gorilla’s names

Picture of zoo map


Annotated Bibliography 3: Fox Theater

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Mckaughan John. “Fox Theater”. New Georgia Encyclopedia. 21 August 2013.Web. 05 February 2016.

 This article is by John Mckaughan who describes the “fabulous Fox theater” from its appearance on the outside to its beauty on the inside, and it’s history. The fox theater is located at Ponce de Leon Avenue in Atlanta, GA with arched doorways, minarets, and domes make gives it the illusion of a cluster of buildings. Also a 140 foot entrance that resembles a magic Arabian carpet. Inside is a 65,000 square-foot that is design to resemble a weathered desert tent. The Fox theater has a fake sky that resembles the night sky, with illuminated stars, and projected on clouds.

The Fox theater dominated the performance arts since the great depression. It also had a lot famous perform there like the Atlanta Opera, Mick Jagger, Gypsy Rose Lee and many others. Also it’s home to the Atlanta Ballet, which is the oldest professional company in the United States. The article main point is to describe a historical site that is known for the amazing performances that have and it’s beautiful design. The Arthur of this article does not appear to be bias after all the audience view of the Fox Theater does not benefit him, it just appears to be a informative story.

Annotated Bibliography 2: Coca-Cola Annex



National Park Service. ” Coca-Cola Building Annex”. A National register of Historic places Travel Itinerary. website. Feb 5 2016.

The article is about the historical building on 187 Edgewood Avenue the Coca cola Annex.  A privately owned business not open to the public. Built in 1903 and was home to the New Coca Cola Chewing Gum company. During that time Coca cola tried to sell a diverse line of products. Like gum, cigars , and candy. However the gum was not successful like their soft drink products so it was dropped.

The building is the Annex to the Dixie Coca-Cola Bottling plant company, Atlanta’s Coca cola bottling headquarter. Nowadays the annex is used for housing homeless HIV positive and Aids patients that are receiving outpatient treatment at Grady hospital.

This article helps readers better understand a historical site in Atlanta which is important even today and is useful to society especially to the homeless population.  The reason I choose this site was because it was one of the more detail sites I could find that talked about the Coca-Cola Annex. There is a chance that the source for this article might not be credible.

Annotated Bibliography 1: Grady Hospital


 Arthur Kellermann. “Saving Grady: Reflection on Kate Neuhausen’s Narrative Matters Essay”. website. copyright 1995-2016. Feb 5 2016.

      The article by Kellermann talks about how many of our nations public hospitals such as DC General and New Orleans Charity Hospital have closed. When the Grady Hospital appeared on the New York times people begin to assume is was about to close, and it almost did. The hospital was saved at the last minute by Dr. Kate Neuhausen’s and leaders of student organizations. If the hospital had closed it would have been felt by citizens all over Georgia.

Citizens would have lost over 900 inpatient beds and Grady’s specialized traumatized and burn services. The main point of this articles is that Grady hospital is important to the citizens of Georgia because thousands of people depend on it . Which is also who this article is written for the citizens of Georgia who would be affected by the closing of Grady Hospital. Grady is located near the Coca-Cola annex where many of the homeless population with aids have taken resident so you see a lot of homeless people at Grady.  The Arthur of the article clearly supports Kate’s action and so the audience hear a lot about why it shouldn’t close but not about why it was closing.