If you grew up here in Georgia, you might remember the shriveled English peas of your childhood - the ones that were an unnatural, cooked-to-death shade of green. Your mom probably asked you to eat them, but you preferred to roll them around your plate and pile them atop your mashed potatoes.
Does Jonathan Byrd play folk music? Is it bluegrass or Americana? Though it may have roots in those genres, Byrd defines his style much more specifically.
Listening to music can take you back to a moment or a memory and make you feel like you've gone back in time.
For Father's Day, you could get your dad a new tie. Maybe a pair of socks. Or, how about an arena full of raw horsepower and destruction? That's what promoter Orville Hill said you'll find at the Southern Monster Truck Showdown, slated for Friday and Saturday night at Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center in Gainesville. Hill said audience members come to monster truck shows to see "the edge of out of control," which will literally be ...
NASHVILLE - It has been 42 days since the Middle Tennessee Flood devastated Nashville, and although the losses were great to residents and the music industry, tourism has picked back up in Music City.
You can get a jump on the Fourth of July and see a fireworks display at The Starlight Concert, set for 6:30 p.m. Friday at Gainesville State College in Oakwood.
Quilts can tell a story. Janice Chesnik, president of the Heart in Hand Quilt Guild in Dawsonville, said her quilts are the result of a former career and a current passion combined. "I was a kaleidoscope maker. For almost 30 years, I made kaleidoscopes as my living. My husband and I and my son did that and sold them all over the country," Chesnik said. "Then when my husband and I retired, I just went ...
It was the first game at Yankee Stadium after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks rocked New York City, and Daniel Rodriguez had an important job to do.
Think slow cookers are only for cold winter days, or that you are limited to cooking only a few recipes with them?
Move over, canoes and kayaks. Make room for rubber duckies!
Former New York City police officer Daniel Rodriguez will sing as part of The Arts Council's Pearce Series, 8 p.m. May 20 at the Smithgall Arts Center in Gainesville. Rodriguez will be joined by New Zealand duo Marla and Marissa, and jazz pianist Jesse Lynch.
CLEVELAND - A crowd of more than 1,400 gathered Saturday at BabyLand General Hospital in Cleveland for the official grand opening at the Cabbage Patch Kids' new home.
Kids born of cabbages may seem like an odd idea, but it's one that has brought Cleveland-born Xavier Roberts much success since he began hand-sculpting what he called "Little People" in the late 1970s.
It's all about spring at the Sautee Nacoochee Center, where local artists have filled The Center Gallery and Gallery Too with works appropriate for the season in "Rain or Shine," the center's most recent exhibit on view through May 23.
The Gillsville Folk Pottery Festival at Midway United Methodist Church this Saturday marks the second year for the festival, and will feature a dozen potters who will sell their wares.