Elvis is serious business in Cornelia. Such serious business that the festival honoring The King is bursting at the seams in its current venue there.
PELZER, S.C. - Driving up to a dairy like Happy Cow Creamery to get a gallon of milk isn't much like picking one up at your local grocery store.
Traditional folk music is usually heard on someone's back porch, not at an outdoor stage as part of a large music festival like AthFest.
Bring your picnic dinner, a ball or Frisbee and your friends and family on Friday to Gainesville State College. The school will be holding its Starlight Concert & Fireworks Show starting at 6 p.m. at the amphitheater.
Prices are up at state parks, but for a full day of entertainment, $5 parking is still a nice deal. Plus, the money goes to support the parks.
The process from blank canvas to completed painting can be a complicated one, with many turns and changes along the way.
The world of social networking on the Web has presented a variety of problems along with all its conveniences.
Tweeting, friending, tagging - the world of social networking can be a confusing place for the uninitiated. Here's a guide to a few of the most popular social networking sites.
The Appalachian Jam on the Public Square in Dahlonega may be a recent tradition, but the music is much older.
If you're looking for a unique Mother's Day gift, or maybe something for your own garden, Flights of Fancy may be the perfect place to shop.
Jarod Yerkes brings enough energy to the stage as SmokeStack and The Foothill Fury that at first you many not realize he's a one-man band.
The two members of Trees Leave come back to their roots with their show Friday at The Crimson Moon in Dahlonega.
For the second year, Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland is bringing in some big names for a concert open to students and the public.
For 16 years Debbie Looney has been taking her students to All-State Chorus. This year, she has been selected to conduct one of those groups.
Christmas in Dahlonega is like a step back in time into a bustling, cheery Christmas village.
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