Some feather them. Others fill them with money. A few watch their children fly from them.
All Stephanie Moore wanted was a paperclip.
Finally, all that composting, soil amending, tool purchasing and general puttering around the garden is finally bearing fruit.
The latest production by the Georgia Mountain Players has the group flexing its dramatic muscles, exploring father/daughter relationships and a couple growing older in "On Golden Pond."
Jazz singer Diane Marino understands that not everyone "gets" jazz.
Gainesville High School officials have sweetened the pot in the case of the school's missing elephant.
Somewhere in Hall County, an elephant may be hiding.
While celebrities took to the Academy Awards red carpet earlier this year in muted shades of gold and silver, local high schoolers will have a much brighter take on the ball gown.
It's beginning to look at lot like ... chickens?
OAKWOOD - Some choices are a lot easier than others.
It's safe to say Betty Jo Schuder has touched the lives of thousands of children across North Georgia.
Jim Veteto spends his free time driving through the mountains of North Georgia and western North Carolina, searching for seeds.
When Olga Riano bought the raffle ticket, she had in her mind the perfect place for the grand prize, a life-size playhouse.
For 13 years, the Georgia Heritage Center for the Arts in Tallulah Falls has been a unique kind of art studio, providing a space where artists can interact with the public while they work.
True, this space often is dedicated to raucous guitarists or foot-tapping Appalachian-style musical groups. But this week we're deviating from the traditional path.
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