Poet and former soldier Brian Turner, whose work provided the title for 2010's Oscar-winning movie "The Hurt Locker," will conduct a reading and question and answer session today at the Banks Recital Hall at Brenau University's John S. Burd Center for the Performing Arts.
Two Georgia-based writers will hold a reading of their fiction and poetry Tuesday at Piedmont College in Demorest.
Best-selling author Lauretta Hannon will be the guest speaker for next week's Northeast Georgia Writers conference.
The UGA Performing Arts Center will present three genre-bending musicians - banjo player Béla Fleck, percussionist Zakir Hussain, and bass player Edgar Meyer - on Friday in Hodgson Concert Hall.
Shubert Alley in the Valley will take the stage Saturday and Sunday as a benefit for the Sautee-Nacoochee Community Association.
The UGA Performing Arts Center will present the Millennium Brass Quintet at 3 p.m. Sunday in Hodgson Concert Hall as part of the Franklin College Chamber Music Series.
High school senior James Mellichamp performed his first solo organ recital at Cornelia United Methodist Church on April 4, 1971.
Comedy, music and magic will come together in a magic show Saturday at the Habersham Community Theatre in Clarkesville.
In the late 1700s, in the cross path where the territories of the Creek and Cherokee Indians met, the state of Georgia built a series of four forts to defend the settlers from an Indian uprising.
This weekend, downtown Clarkesville will look like a scene out of a fairy tale.
It's not every day that musicians get to perform with their significant other, as well as play a piece tailored specifically to their talents.
You might think artists would think outside the box, but "All Boxed In," the current exhibit at the Sautee Nacoochee Center, proves that they can think inside it, too.
North Georgia College and State University has arranged for two lectures that will delight history and photography enthusiasts alike.
The John Jarrard Foundation has expanded its concert series to include its first-ever Dahlonega performance.
If you have a heart for volunteering, you might want to stop in at the next meeting of the Buford Lanier Woman's Club.
One prophecy from three witches leads a Scottish general to take the throne of Scotland by force. This Shakespearean tale will be told within the walls of the historic Holly Theater at 69 W. Main St., in Dahlonega this month.
Chasing a white rabbit and racing a dodo bird are all part of Lewis Carroll's famous book starring a young girl named Alice.
Golfers will putt for pets during the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia's 27th annual Dog Day Afternoon Golf Tournament.
Through biodiversity and sustainability, the average gardener may make smarter choices in conjunction with nature.
Giant balloons are once again descending - and ascending, then descending again - into Flowery Branch.
Gold Rush Days celebrating Dahlonega's history during a boom era have been a tradition for ages. And the popular festival invites North Georgians to the annual party next weekend.
Iconic songs and a splash of color are poised to treat the eyes and ears of Gainesville residents next Friday night with The Arts Council's first big event of the new season: "A World Of Art: International Art Exhibition" and 7 Bridges: The Ultimate Eagles Experience.
Many North Georgia artists go unrecognized for their work. But from Oct. 16 to Dec. 6, artists will step into the spotlight in Gainesville.
Playhouse walls will rise with speed, efficiency and artistry during the Habitat for Humanity of Hall County's annual competition and fundraiser at Mule Camp Market this weekend.
While Mule Camp Market takes over the Gainesville Square, a downtown bookstore will spill its contents into the old Regions Bank building to sell its products.
Area residents may don costumes and enter the forest at night for a fun, non-scary adventure next weekend.
Classical fairy tale characters come together in song and dance as the Spartan Players of West Hall High School present "Into the Woods" today and Saturday.
Find your appetite while you find your way out of the corn this fall. Then have yourself a piece of pumpkin pie.