The future of agriculture in Northeast Georgia and the nation may depend on the industry's past. At least, that is what guests will learn on the upcoming Georgia Mountains Farm Tour this weekend.
"You guys wanna go see a dead body?"
Struck early in life with an affinity for art, two Helen women are sharing their creative insights with Northeast Georgians.
Eric the Cat and his band of human musicians will set feet moving and bodies grooving during the monthly contra dance in the North Georgia mountains.
High-haired antics coupled with high-energy gymnastics from six gender illusionists will sashay across the stage this weekend in Clarkesville.
Instead of whizzing through the streets of France, bicyclists will race around downtown Gainesville and Flowery Branch to kick off the Georgia Championship Series.
Temperatures are heating up, and activities are following suit in downtown Cornelia with the city's next installment of the summer concert series.
Fairies, flying children, a pirate villain and a boy who doesn't want to grow up will tell their adventurous tales for the next two weekends in Dahlonega.
The vibrant community in New York City's Washington Heights neighborhood is on the brink of change.
A potpourri of Native and Latin American sounds mixed with African rhythms and folk and flamenco flourishes will drift through the air in a Saturday night concert featuring two unique musicians.
Overseas travels and pop culture inspired by light and the emotional spontaneity adorns the walls of Quinlan Visual Arts Center this summer.
For the 39th year, locals will gather downtown for The Arts Council's Summer MusicFest Series and kick off the season with the sounds of the "Star-Spangled Banner" from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
Fathers, mothers and their kids can partake in family-friendly activities while raising funds for abused and neglected children at the same time.
A common thread exists among artists.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History is honoring dad and all other heroes with Superhero Day on Sunday.
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Hiking through the mountains, paddling on the rivers or lakes and swinging through the trees are all activities available to visitors to Georgia's State ...
As the town of Braselton celebrates its 100th anniversary, the slogan "It's Better in Braselton" will take on special meaning July 4.
Nestled in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains are numerous farms, producing endless staples for people across the state.
Eight days before the nation's birthday, a full-size orchestra may get residents in the celebratory spirit with its Patriotic Pops concert.
Based on the 1992 film, "Sister Act" will entertain Gainesville audiences with its musical numbers and comedy June 29 through July 2.
For basically his whole life, Trevor Ballard has been "doing art … ever since I was little."
For centuries, humans have partnered with raptors for hunting.
As the legend of "Tarzan" is set to open in movie theaters July 1, the Lumpkin County High School thespians plan to present its own ...
The 47th annual Cracker Fly-In is ready to take off.
While plane enthusiasts love to fly and show off their skills at airplane shows, they like to have a little fun in the air, too.
It's an outdoor, summer pastime made popular by professionals such as Tony Hawk.
Artist Paul Dunlap has been making art for as long as he can recall. And now his art is literally available for public viewing in ...
While summer activites abound throughout Northeast Georgia, community theater groups are providing an alternative indoor entertainment.
The hills of Gainesville will be alive with the sounds of live music come summertime.
Historical figures who helped shape America from its colonial beginnings to the Civil War era will appear in the reincarnated flesh through a new program ...
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