In the early 1800s, before there was Tupperware, Styrofoam and take-out boxes, there was pottery.
To the delight of football fans, Super Bowl Sunday is nearly here and that means one thing - viewing parties.
As an art appreciation professor, Stanley Bermudez does more than teach his students about the differences between a Van Gogh and a Monet.
"Listen, imitate and then assimilate," professional drummer Justin Varnes told his teenage audience about playing jazz music.
On cold winter nights, while the wind howled outside her window, Jean Leslie remembers being warmed inside and out by curling beneath quilts that were made with love by the women in her family.
Although North Georgia Canopy Tours are tucked away in Lula like a prized jewel, Friday the entire state got an opportunity to enjoy the high-flying fun.
Daniel Gilstrap, a.k.a D Earl, works as a correctional officer for Hall County, but in his off time he's belting out gospel hip-hop to lead his fans to become followers of Christ.
Clutter - it's spilling out of your closet, hiding in your office and lurking in your kitchen.
Use it as a topping for hot dogs and hamburgers, make fancy little tea sandwiches on white bread, use it as a dip for celery sticks or crackers, even modernize it with pita or veggie chips - pimento cheese is just about perfect for any occasion.
Picture this film concept: A group of adventure seekers tromp off into the wilderness near a small town in search of a mythical creature many claim to have seen or heard, its sounds echoing through the forest sight unseen.
At 10 years old, Sarah Voskamp has done something many people never do - she's written a book.
Every other month, volunteers at Lakewood Baptist Church in Gainesville gather in the worship center's fellowship hall and prepare a meal to feed a few hundred people.
The Rev. Barbara Brown Taylor, voted last year by Lifeway Research as one of the top 10 most influential living pastors, now will use that influence at a groundbreaking workshop coming to Athens in February.
More than likely, you refer to that place where you retire at the end of the day as your home.
The weather outside may be frightful, but there's no reason why the dinner on your table should be anything less than delightful.
Dahlonega is known for many things - gold, history and wine among them - but the historic city hasn't gone almost 200 years without gathering a spooky legend or two.
Change is in the air.
Charles Barrett had our attention when he said the magic word: doughnut.
ALPHARETTA - Christy Denton left her abusive husband 13 years ago, and she has just recently begun to speak out about her experience with domestic violence.
A 30-year racing career can produce quite a collection of cars and memorabilia.
Plan for temperature
Fall leads to football tailgating, weekend barbecues, boots and festivals. But the greatest change is the color as it sweeps across the North Georgia Mountains. And it is one development best seen up close.
In the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, three women of different faiths found themselves wondering what to teach their children about the tragedy.
All you have to do to find the best fall decor is open your front door and step outside. Such is the advice of Gainesville decorator Elizabeth Thompson of House Dressing Interiors, LLC.
Wasabi Japanese Restaurant owners Sam and Jasmine Yong pride themselves in bringing creative Asian cuisine and new types of sushi to Flowery Branch.
The stack of envelopes on Frances Haynes' sitting room table was large - maybe as much mail as an average person would receive in a year.
As we were getting ready for church one morning, Chloe dropped a bombshell. She said she didn't want to go to church.
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