Brenau arts and design students will step out of their college campus comfort zone and into the limelight of Atlanta this month.
While some may venture to the Gainesville square to meet Kris Kringle, the old elf will head to Lakeshore Mall for a pajama-style party.
While most children eagerly await time with Old Saint Nick and a possible photo with him, several other mammals may feel left out of the holiday hoopla.
In order to bring the sights of the Great White North to the Deep South for travelers and local families alike, Lanier Islands will debut its SnowWorld this winter.
As the holiday season creeps closer, Gainesville's downtown merchants plan to kicking off this year's festivities with the annual Jingle Mingle event.
Twenty years after they permanently lowered the bar on broad and dumb character comedies, Lloyd and Harry are back, "Dumb and Dumber" than ever in "Dumb and Dumber To."
A lion lurks across the countryside, a reporter jumps out of the TV screen, FBI agents appear from the microwave; and they are all looking for the same thing: Maggie.
An ensemble of 46 select student singers will blend their voices with each other as well as an organ and piano for its fall concert.
Blues singer Lauren Mitchell feels at home performing before crowds inside historic honky tonks and at outdoors festivals. But it wasn't always that way.
Known as one of the major female vocalist of all time, the spirit of country music singer Patsy Cline will step into the spotlight next weekend at Holly Theater in Dahlonega.
Friends from Granada, Spain, will share their poetry and flamenco-style guitar playing with the University of North Georgia students next week.
Maziar Bahari was a reporter in the right place at the right time. An Iranian ex-pat turned Western journalist, he toted a video camera and moved with smiling, cautious ease through his native land - catching up with his mom, careful not to expose himself or his sources as Iran's 2009 elections turned into the abortive "Green Revolution."
Helen plans to celebrate the holidays soon than expected.
Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" is the most ambitious science-fiction film, maybe ever and certainly since "2001: A Space Odyssey."
While many 5-kilometer race participants may have become accustomed to running on the paved streets and sidewalks, Lake Lanier Islands Resort offers a unique twist: racing at night with Christmas-themed lights guiding the path.
Since Sam Raynor was young, she knew she wanted to make people smile with her artwork.
Christmas is a week away, but some are already handing out gifts.
A world-traveling exhibit of Japanese studio ceramics is making a two-month stop at the Piedmont College Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art in Demorest.
More than 122 years ago, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky was commissioned by the director of Russia's Imperial Theatre to compose the score for "The Nutcracker," using a libretto adapted from E. T. A. Hoffman's The Nutcracker and the Mouse King.
The Knights Chamber Orchestra from New York and the University of Georgia Hodgson Singers along with four professional soloists will combine their talents for a rare complete performance of Handel's Messiah.
The timeless classic feature a mean "humbug" of a man, three ghosts and a special boy named Tiny Tim will take its place on stage once again this holiday season.
Theatrical Outfit in Atlanta continues its "Season of Compassion" with the uplifting musical "The Gifts of the Magi" and storytelling event "A Christmas Memory," which explores the compassion needed and realized when people really love each other and can triumphantly navigate adversity.
The giant-screen film "Jerusalem" at Fernbank Museum of Natural History's IMAX® Theatre, in conjunction with the Winter Wonderland exhibition, has turned the museum into a holiday attraction.
Based on Disney's animated movie, a children's theater group will bring "The Little Mermaid Jr." to life this weekend at Brenau University's Hosch Theater.
Ominous Crook and his sidekick, Skellmutt, are two dastardly bad-guys who are out to stop Christmas by stealing Santa Claus' mail.
The holidays wouldn't be the holidays without seeing the Christmas classic, "It's a Wonderful Life" at least once.
While holding three world records in strength and endurance may be enough for some folks, it isn't for one Hall County Sheriff's Office employee.
As the Christmas spirit is about giving, country artist John Berry is primed to do just that in his upcoming annual Christmas show. But his giving will be two-fold.
The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is upon the city of Cornelia, which plans to celebrate in style.
To celebrate its 30 years in operation, the Crocker Pottery in Lula will unveil more than 200 pieces of folk potter Saturday, Dec. 13.