Thanksgiving is coming a little early to First Presbyterian Church in Gainesville.
The North Georgia College & State University Jazz Band is preparing for Monday's performance of current and classic jazz.
The UGA Performing Arts Center will present "The Miles Davis Experience: 1949 to 1959" at 8 p.m. Nov. 17 in Hodgson Concert Hall.
On Nov. 19, Riverbend Baptist Church will be taken over by "Lions," puppets and fun - oh my!
The Charles Dickens classic holiday novel, "A Christmas Carol," is coming to life at Piedmont College.
The Northeast Georgia Arts Tour Holiday Road Open House Weekend takes place Nov. 11-13.
"Splittin' the Raft" makes its regional debut this weekend at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
Performer Kurt H. Sutton is packing up his instruments and narrative skills, and heading to Dahlonega to bring audiences "An Evening with Mark Twain."
If evangelist Billy Graham and comedian "Weird Al" Yankovic teamed up for a performance, it would come out something like an ApologetiX concert. At least the band seems to think that way.
November is National Novel Writing Month, and what better time is there to hold a literary festival than when the art is being recognized?
For the second year in a row, The Northeast Georgia History Center is making sure veterans get the recognition they deserve.
A fresh look at the Bard is offered on stage in "Shakespeare on Trial," set for 10 a.m. Nov. 15 at Brenau University's Pearce Auditorium.
North Georgia College & State University will hold its first-ever conference on New Directions in Writing & Publishing Nov. 10-11.
Fans of Celtic music have an opportunity to spend an evening with a true master of the genre.
The North Georgia College & State University Singers and Le Belle Voci, under the direction of John M. Broman, will present fall concerts Nov. 14 at Dahlonega Baptist Church and Nov. 15 at Dahlonega United Methodist Church.
With Easter three days away, area children can still search for hidden Easter eggs on a historic locale in Gainesville.
Celebrities from Gainesville to Atlanta will take orders instead of giving them as they work as food servers tonight at Mellow Mushroom.
Before telephones - whether it was a landline or cellphone - citizens wanting to connect to others across the country or world used a ham radio.
Classic and modern Broadway show tunes and classic hymns will be heard across college and church campuses alike this month.
Men and women will don their old work clothes to walk along the shoreline or wade into and paddle on the water to help clean debris from the county's rivers and lakes next weekend.