Utah may be a ways off from Montego or Kokomo, but it brought local band Carl Dylan closer to a rendezvous with the Beach Boys than a tropical vacation ever could.
From staff reports
The Arts Council's Summer Musicfest and Movies on the Green series continue Tuesday, July 3, with a mix of favorites to get you revved up for the July Fourth holiday.
Kick off your week of patriotic celebrations by taking in a concert by The U.S. Army Ground Forces Band and Jazz Guardians, part of The Arts Council's Smithgall Arts Center Summer Musicfest Series.
Dust off your cowboy hats and shine up your boots because it's time for the 23rd annual Mountain Top Rodeo.
Looking for something to do with the kids that doesn't break the bank? Get them off the sofa and into a pair a bowling shoes.
Two rising musical acts will headline the RiverMist Concert Series at 7 p.m. June 23 in Helen.
The Lanierland Amateur Radio Club will be participating in the annual Field Day exercise on Saturday June 23 at Oakwood City Park on Railroad Street in Oakwood.
Visitors to this weekend's Chattooga River Festival may be able to squint downriver and see shadows of Burt Reynolds and Jon Voight paddling the river to the echoes of "Dueling Banjos."
North Georgia Theatre at Piedmont College will leave you laughing in its final show of the summer season with performances of "Nunsense" the next two weekends.
The Sautee Nacoochee Community Chorale will launch its summer music program with concerts at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday June 22-23 and 2 p.m. Sunday, June 24.
Ever wonder how painters do what they do?
A reception was held Thursday at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center for three new exhibits celebrating folk art.
If you aren't familiar with the nuances of Clarkesville's waterways, you don't have to continue to float up the creek of knowledge without a paddle.
With a new venue, the Mitch Farmer June Jam promises to be bigger and better than ever.
While many residents may remain cooped inside their homes, the Bowen for the Arts Center in Dawsonville is coaxing some out of doors and into a creative state of minds with a mixture of art workshops in Dawsonville.
When you think of parades, brightly colored costumes and parties this time of year, Mardi Gras may come to mind. But instead of Mardi Gras, think Fasching.
Unique chocolate delicacies will be in the public eye as the first-ever "Chocolate Walk" begins in downtown Braselton.
A smooth, soothing voice meets powerful music and philanthropy when John McDermott takes the stage for many of his concerts. Now McDermott, once a member of the famed Irish Tenors and multi-platinum recording artist, will bring his range of hymns, traditional songs and contemporary music to Gainesville.
Born into a musically inclined family, Rodrigo Rodriguez began playing guitar very early in his life. In fact, the Quito, Ecuador, native recorded his first album at age 12.
Garrison Keillor, host of the long-running radio program "A Prairie Home Companion," will indulge North Georgia residents with an evening of his hypnotic storytelling this month.
Ranging from the Renaissance era through the present Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi's repertoire affirms her keen interest in new music.
Sesame Street has been on television for 45 years and Fernbank Museum of Natural History plans to mark the anniversary with a party.
Step into another time and place and learn how to be a colonial blacksmith, paddle a Native American canoe or churn butter like an American pioneer at the Environmental and Heritage Center.
A warm and welcoming event filled with stories of local lore and a free dinner is in store for the Sautee Nacoochee community.
While Meryl Streep and Emily Blunt star in the movie version, the Spartan Players of West Hall High School will perform the stage version "Into the Woods" next week.
Here comes the Bridal Expo.
A reception for Japanese ceramics artist Ohi Toshio will mark the end of the two-month stay of the exhibit at the Piedmont College Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art.
Page 1 of 1