On a cold, clear, moonless night in the middle of winter, all is not quite what it seems in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine.
The human cost of war is often easy to measure, but there is another impact of warfare that is far less obvious, but just as deadly.
History professor James B. Hunt will present a talk about the ecology of Appalachia at 2 p.m. March 13 at the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega.
Boaters now can earn a reward for making the effort toward better safety on the state's waterways.
The J.A. Walters Family YMCA is offering a "Fit For Two" program, a series of wellness classes designed for women who are pre- or postpregnancy or hoping to become pregnant, from 8-9 a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays in Studio A at 2455 Howard Road, Gainesville.
A few games of chance can help spruce up downtown Cornelia.
Native Americans walked the trails of White County long before white settlers arrived. Remnants of their presence can still be found all around the county, as well as most of Georgia and the Southeast. Many recall the stories of how they were removed from their native lands on the "Trail of Tears."
ATHENS - One of public radio's most popular programs returns to Athens when the UGA Performing Arts Center presents "From the Top" at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 3, in Hodgson Concert Hall. The episode will tape before a live audience and air nationally the week of April 29.
Warm hearts can brave the cold Sunday for a good cause.
The Tater Patch Players will perform the classic stage play "Driving Miss Daisy" on March 8-10 at the Historic Holly Theater in Dahlonega.
A walking tour of the Solar System Scale Model is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, March 2 in Gainesville. The scale for the model of our solar system is 1 mile on the model equals 2 billion miles in the solar system.
A University of Georgia geologist will analyze ways that fossil discoveries in China are blurring the boundaries that separate birds from dinosaurs at the Oconee Rivers Audubon Society's next meeting, set for 7 p.m. Thursday, March 7, at Sandy Creek Nature Center.
North Georgia Zoo and Petting Farm celebrates Bouncing Baby Days on March 2-3, showcasing more than 40 new animals born and on the way.
If you've been looking for a reason to don that tux or cocktail dress, there's no better reason than this: the 35th annual Gala Art Auction the Quinlan Visual Arts Center.
Georgia's State Parks and Historic Sites are offering 10 ways for families to enjoy the outdoors and have fun this spring without spending a fortune.
Falling asleep underneath the Christmas tree doesn't always cue a dance number, but when it does, it always brings a nutcracker to life.
Two days after indulging in a turkey and all kinds of sides plus the leftovers, North Georgia residents can shake their groove thing and shed some pounds at the monthly contra dance in Sautee Nacoochee.
The family favorite "Madeline's Christmas" and David Sedaris' comedic gem "The Santaland Diaries" will return to Horizon Theatre this holiday season to entertain young and old alike.
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."
Friends from Granada, Spain, will share their poetry and flamenco-style guitar playing with the University of North Georgia students next week.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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."
As the holiday season creeps closer, Gainesville's downtown merchants plan to kicking off this year's festivities with the annual Jingle Mingle event.
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.
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.
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.
Brenau arts and design students will step out of their college campus comfort zone and into the limelight of Atlanta this month.