Years before gold was discovered in California, the nation's first big rush for the shiny metal descended upon Dahlonega.
A film on the horrors of the modern day human slave trade will be screened Oct. 23 in Gainesville.
It's that time of year to do the time warp again: The Habersham Community Theater is bringing "The Rocky Horror Show" back the next two weekends.
The Georgia Mountain Players are out to show the lighter side of heaven.
The first in a series of monthly talks titled "Sense and Sustainability" is scheduled for 5-6 p.m. Oct. 23 at Brenau University in the SUB (second floor of the Tea Room).
Nothing like a little "nunsense" to brighten up your weekend.
You don't need to visit Alta Vista Cemetery to get in touch with the dearly departed.
The Band of Desperate Men - Britt Dean, Doug Oster and Clay Spurz - will perform their blend of pure and simple harmony Oct. 13 at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
The Blue and the Gray will take to the field 150 years later in the Family Day event Sunday, Oct. 14, at the Northeast Georgia History Center.
Gainesville's most anticipated fall event, the Mule Camp Market Festival, returns this weekend with an expected 75,000 people visiting the downtown area.
It's a bit like a science fiction movie: Scientists work feverishly come up with the perfect antidote to kill off the aliens that are attacking the host planet.
Suwanee's normally idyllic Sims Lake Park will be transformed into a scary backdrop for zombies and tortured tales of terror over the last three weekends of October.
The most popular tradition in the history of the Quinlan Visual Arts Center, the annual Members' Exhibition, opens today with a public reception.
The next film to be served up by the city of Suwanee in the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers is "A Matter of Taste: Serving Up Paul Liebrandt."
The UGA Performing Arts Center will present Leahy, an award-winning musical group from Canada, at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15 in Hodgson Concert Hall.
In tribute to Lucille Ball's iconic grape-stomping scene on "I love Lucy," a Cleveland-based winery is marking its annual harvest in a festive style.
The Buford Corn Maze is set to begin its 2014 season Saturday, Aug. 30, on the 5-acre site on Friendship Road in Buford.
A daylight trip to the zoo is the average summertime activity. But before school starts, the North Georgia Zoo in Cleveland will open its scenery close to dusk for a behind-the-scene peek at the animals.
As the end of summer draws near, Laurel Summer Fest aims to close the season with a bang - literally.
Although summer 2014 doesn't officially come to a close until Sept. 22, Lanier Islands plans to mark the season's end with a "Last Blast of Summer"-themed Labor Day weekend.
An art form starting centuries ago and surviving the industrial age will be the focus of a show all its own.
Artistic media ranging from still-lifes and statues to collages and canvases form cohesive collections to tell stories during the Quinlan Visual Arts Center's Fall Exhibitions.
North Georgia runners will lace up their running shoes Monday, Sept. 1, for the third annual Labor Day Run for Autism.
Gospel and bluegrass music will be paired with fresh food for the "Maters & Music" event in Northeast Georgia this weekend.
Beer, wines and bands with the names such as Twisted Whiskey and Southern Accent will pour into Dawsonville for a festival this weekend.
Sounds from the 19th century will ring throughout the Piedmont College chapel Sunday afternoon as a new musical group performs for the first time.
A trio of siblings will show off their abilities to pull and pluck their own strings, musically that is.
Wine enthusiasts may indulge in more than 75 domestic, international and regional wines, as well as locally crafted beers this weekend in Braselton.
Iceland's majestic scene, the outdoor life and the impact of Elephant Six is the focus of three separate art endeavours at the University of North Georgia this month.
Garlic may drive away the vampires, but it brings in the food lovers.
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