You can get your fill of local and regional art, and some delicious food, at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center's Gala Art Auction, set for Saturday at the center. The gala is the center's biggest fundraiser of the year.
He's a simple man. But fiddler Charlie Daniels, whose legendary career has spanned more than 50 years, continues to leave his unique mark on country and Southern rock music.
Butch Reagan of Dawsonville began turning wood bowls just two years ago, and already his work is in the spotlight at the Swan Coach House Gallery in Atlanta.
The Fireside Art & Craft Show began 36 years ago when organizers at Unicoi State Park and Lodge wanted to showcase Appalachian culture and draw visitors to the Helen park during a slow time of year.
What do Larry the Cable Guy and Dawsonville have in common? Both are experiencing celebrity tonight, though Larry is rather used to it by now.
Lefty Williams of Marietta was just 4 years old when his dad taught him to play guitar, and 6 when he and his grandfather collaborated to create a custom pick.
The works of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, an artist born in France in 1864 and immortalized in films including 1952's "Moulin Rouge," and the 2001 version of the film of the same name, will be featured in an exhibit opening Saturday at Atlanta's High Museum of Art.
Next time you take your family to one of Hall County's 18 parks or community centers, snap some photos and they could be featured in the 2012 Hall County Parks and Leisure Calendar.
Colored pencils are Debra Yaun's tool of choice - she's even the president of the Atlanta chapter of the Colored Pencil Society of America - but many of her works evoke paintings or even photographs.
ATLANTA - Days before he will be sworn in as Georgia's 82nd governor, Gov.-elect Nathan Deal took a different kind of oath Friday morning at the Georgia State Capitol.
Being a talented fiddle player has had its perks for Buford resident Stan Lee, 72. Lee, who was inducted into the Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame on Nov. 27, first picked up a fiddle at age 13 after he watched his grandfather playing one day after school. "My granddaddy, who lived with us, he was in his mid-80s," Lee said. "I came home from school one day, and he had his fiddle down off ...
John Driskell Hopkins of Marietta, a graduate of Gainesville High School and vocalist and bass player for Zac Brown Band, has had one terrific year.
North Georgia-based Zac Brown Band will ring in the new year Dec. 31 at Philips Arena. The show ends a whirlwind year for the band, in which they won the Country Music Association's award for Best New Artist, headlined a cruise and got four Grammy nominations. The group's newest album, "You Get What You Give," was No. 1 in sales the week it debuted, with 153,000 copies sold. The Times spoke recently with John Hopkins, ...
NASHVILLE - There aren't many performers who can sell out an arena after a decade long hiatus.
If you love to play in the kitchen, tie on your apron and get ready to crumble, dip and decorate. Give cake pops a try.