What started as minor repairs for his Hot Wheels and Tonka trucks has turned into a regional phenomenon that boggles the mind of Gainesville artist Chris LeWallen. "My bother and I used to paint our toys," said LeWallen. That is how it all began. Over ...
Some people pick it up out of necessity. Some want to learn because grandma passed away before teaching it. And others are simply looking for a way to save some money on the grocery bill.
Type in the words "Coca-Cola" on eBay, and on any given day, roughly 40,000 items will pop up for bidding. To put that in perspective as far as collectibles go, typing in NASCAR only reveals a few more than 6,000 items.
Enjoying Appalachia doesn't have to mean tubing down the Chattahoochee or winning watermelon seed-spitting contests. In fact, it doesn't even require a hike up the famed trail.
BLAIRSVILLE - Lois Barr has some advice on life: Form healthy habits and be consistent. Those are key, she says, to longevity.
If Elvis is the king of rock 'n' roll and Michael Jackson is the king of pop, then Ray Stevens could be considered the king of corny satire.
In a high-tech, digitally driven world, it's hard to imagine taking the time to carefully paint a person's likeness. For artist Charles Young Walls, that's just the point he wants to drive home during a two hour demonstration tonight.
Enjoying the flavors of Georgia embodies more than peaches and peanuts. For a real down-home experience, not much beats stopping alongside a country road for a basket of fresh blackberries.
Members of the Voices of North Georgia are ready to wrap up their season, but this time they're going out with a twist: The choral group is adding a multimedia feature to entertain and educate.
Six hours, 32 teams and 4,300 pounds of raw chicken adds up to one heck of an afternoon - if you're man or woman enough.
Childhood obesity: It's in the news, in the supermarkets and on the couches of America's homes. And some kids are just sick of unhealthy habits. Kids like Liz French.
Want to learn a little bit about India without cracking a book? Then Evening of India is for you. Students from the Brenau merchandising class have organized an evening filled with raffles, food and fun to benefit Rahab's Rope, a local nonprofit aimed at reducing human trafficking out of India. Courtney Hawkins, one of the student organizers, said the owners of Rahab's Rope will be on hand for a presentation of the organization's mission. Jewelry ...
The world's largest ball of twine. The highest outhouse in the lower 48. A scarecrow-infested town.
"Have any of you ever eaten bacon?" Hands shot up like rockets. They may not know much about pigs or poultry, but the fifth-graders from Riverbend Elementary School sure knew what they liked on their plates. And they were about to find out how it gets there. Students with North Hall High School FFA (formerly the Future Farmers of America) were ready with the facts to educate the visiting fifth-graders about agriculture and the importance ...
If her list of accolades were an Academy Awards speech, the music already would have ushered Lynne Arriale off stage.