Cowboys jumping into a saddle to ride a bull aiming to buck him off is the name of the game this weekend in Gainesville.
Music from historic and contemporary composer will be blended in a concert to proclaim and celebrate Earth Day.
Dinner, dancing, live music and award-winning bulldog, Annabelle, are part of the annual fundraising Fur Ball.
We walked into a well-furnished room and the door shut behind us.
Novice and experts alike will be dancing machines during the inaugural Dancing with the North Georgia Stars competition.
Edgar Loudermilk and Jaemor Farms are teaming up to present "a whole day of music" dedicated to bluegrass.
Two Hall County children - Eli Ligon and Brecklynn Allgood - are battling cancer.
Three distinct art exhibits will open next week at Quinlan Visual Arts Center in downtown Gainesville.
Artists from as far away as Asheville, N.C., and Ohio and as close as Dahlonega, Tallulah Falls and Lawrenceville will be entering the "Not Your Run of the Mill" Juried Art Exhibition and Artists' Shoppe.
To celebrate the music of humanity, the Believers Concert Band will perform its annual spring concert titled "Music for the Soul."
One weekend in April, Dahlonega is swarmed with visitors seeking bluegrass music, Appalachian art and crafted folklore.
Pull out your tux and dust off your dancing shoes, The Arts Council's annual Black and White Ball is upon us again.
Many eyes will be on the nighttime skies over the next two weekends.
There is one mammal on earth capable of true flight, and Elachee Nature Science Center wants to share them with the public.
Times staff reports
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This year, the Fourth of July is set to go off with a bang in Northeast Georgia from the southern city of Buford to the ...
As the town of Braselton celebrates its 100th anniversary, the slogan "It's Better in Braselton" will take on special meaning July 4.
Many North Georgia families may be interested in spending the long Fourth of July weekend outdoors with their loved ones and furry friends.
Based on the 1992 film, "Sister Act" will entertain Gainesville audiences with its musical numbers and comedy June 29 through July 2.
Artist Roxane Hollosi has a plethora of artwork to her credit since moving to Atlanta, but being selected as a 2016 Free Range Artist thrilled ...
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 ...
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 ...
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.
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.
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 ...
The North Georgia Zoo and Petting Farm has official opened its doors during the weekdays for June and July.
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