Be part of next ‘Macon in the Mirror’ project

September 11, 2013 

Nearly 600 people have shared stories with us as part of “Macon in the Mirror.”

We asked about your frustrations and worries as well as why you live here, what you like about living here and what misconceptions others might have about where you live. Those findings were presented this week in a series of stories, pictures, audios and videos.

“Macon in the Mirror” is an ongoing series from the Center for Collaborative Journalism in partnership with The Telegraph and Georgia Public Broadcasting. The goal is to examine the community and convey your stories, passions and concerns.

This week we’re launching the next phase of “Macon in the Mirror” in which we focus on two new questions: What is your Sunday routine? and What is the weirdest thing you ever saw in Macon?

If you are interested in being a part of this series, please contact us at 478-250-9629, email us at or send us a tweet using #MitM.

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