As part of his senior thesis, Jarrad Howard needed to put on a theatrical production before graduation from Brenau University.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner and for many it can be a struggle to come up with a creative way to say "I love you" to that special person. But relax, this group has it covered.
Smokey's Farmland Band may have gotten its name from jamming out on Smokey Caldwell's 200-acre farm in LaFayette, but once their name spread, they went from playing front porches to opening for Willie Nelson.
Budding musicians who are looking to hone their craft may want to make plans to audition for the Gainesville Youth Symphony Orchestra.
The Arts Council's Evenings of Intimate Jazz series will continue Saturday with a performance by the Kevin Bales Trio.
In the upcoming Gainesville Theatre Alliance production, "Intimate Apparel," part of a two-play festival that opens Tuesday, the lead character Esther crafts corsets for women of different classes in 1905 Manhattan, yearning for something more than her solitary life.
Contemporary life is inundated with Victoria's Secret images, but at the turn of the century, the subject of unmentionables would have unmasked private areas of another's life and challenged social conventions.
ATHENS -- Direct from New York, "The Water Coolers" comes to the UGA Performing Arts Center for two performances Friday and Saturday in Ramsey Concert Hall.
DAHLONEGA - The National Players, the nation's longest-running classical touring company, is bringing its new production of "The Scarlet Letter" to North Georgia College & State University Wednesday.
Twisted Whiskey, a rockin' country and Southern rock band based in Cleveland, has been belting out modern country hits for years, but only recently got their start on bigger stages.
Lefty Williams of Marietta was just 4 years old when his dad taught him to play guitar, and 6 when he and his grandfather collaborated to create a custom pick.
Plans for the Spring Chicken Festival are officially under way now that a call to artists has been issued for the Fowl Art Show. Interested artists should prepare an original work measuring 11-by-14 inches or 14-by-11.
If you're looking for a good way to spend your quiet time consider snuggling in your favorite chair with a new book. Hall County Parks and Leisure invites you to drop by their main office and bring an old book to exchange for a new one.
The works of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, an artist born in France in 1864 and immortalized in films including 1952's "Moulin Rouge," and the 2001 version of the film of the same name, will be featured in an exhibit opening Saturday at Atlanta's High Museum of Art.
For the fourth time, Southern soul man Edwin McCain will perform his chart-topping love songs in a Valentine's concert with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
Jim McBride began writing songs at 12 years old but never dreamed of it becoming his career until 20 years later.
Not everyone can say they've lasted 50 years in the music business. But Gary Nicholson, who is in his mid-60s, can.
Putting the sizzle in the summer at Horizon is the world premiere of Darren Canady's "Right On," a soul-filled story with laughter, tears and a funky beat.
Two masters in the fields of photography and painting are the featured artists at the Bowen Center for the Arts in Dawsonville.
If you think you can take the heat, then register for the Hot Pursuit Summer 5-kilometer race held by the Hall County Sheriff's office on Saturday.
Stephanie Grafton, 47, has dealt with mental and physical handicaps since birth.
Borrowed from the classic film comedy "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," the Holly Theater will retell the same story in "Spamalot" this weekend in Dahlonega.
Visitors will have the opportunity to get up close with dozens of lizards, snakes, turtles and even a few amphibians during Fernbank Museum's annual Reptile Day.
Singers and nonsingers rejoice as Main Street Gainesville's karaoke summer kickoff is back for a second year.
Unique art and fine crafts will adorn the Lake Rabun Pavilion during the eighth annual Art at the Lake Show and Sale.
Education and fun don't always go together, but two agencies are seeking to change that.
Three women with roots steeped in Appalachian traditions will share their talents in concert Saturday in Sautee Nacoochee.
"You guys wanna go see a dead body?"
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