The release of the new Star Wars film "The Force Awakens" is reinvigorating interest in the franchise while introducing a new generation to the ways of the force and dreams of becoming a Jedi.
As the winter chill settles in the South, many may look forward to spring days and sailing away on rivers, lakes and even oceans.
Canadian singer Jennifer Hanson will aim to please music lovers Jan. 16 with her sultry renditions during The Arts Council's Evenings of Intimate Jazz concert series.
An upcoming concert at Piedmont College will feature South Carolina-born baritone Washington Isaac Holmes performing a program of classical and spiritual songs.
As Riverside Military Academy cadets ready themselves for a new year, they do not plan to forget the past.
The wonderfully rhyming world of Dr. Seuss will take on a lyrical edge in "Seussical Jr. The Musical."
Two-time Grammy Award-winning comedy cowboys, Riders In The Sky, will ride into downtown Dahlonega for a 2016 show at the Holly Theater.
Lanier Islands will kick off the new year in style with a party for the youngest and oldest visitors to the resort in Buford.
As 2015 ends tonight, many will celebrate the beginning of a new year while others take a moment to remember the struggles of the past.
Many residents ready to literally jump into 2016 at the annual Polar Bear Plunge on Friday will have to wait.
While some residents plan to mark the new year with football watching, others may venture outdoors to take in the wonders of the woods at area parks.
About 24 hours after ringing in a new year in Atlanta, the musical duo Maivish will entertain the Sautee Nacoochee community with its traditional British Isles, Ireland and America music.
Songs from Bobby Darin, Dion, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis, The Beatles and The Rat Pack will waft through the air New Year's Eve at Habersham Community Theater.
Mule Camp Tavern
New York City drops the ball. Dahlonega drops the Gold Nugget. And Helen drops the Edelweiss, a small alpine perennial herb. All on New Year's Eve to mark the end of one year and beginning of another.
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Instead of hanging out at home, families can spend some quality together hanging out in the trees with a visit to the Environmental and Heritage ...
Young Hall County artists seeking to gain recognition as well as reward for their creative capabilities will have their chance during the 2016 Kiwanis Visual ...
American figurative painter and sculptor Kent Knowles populates his work with women in perilous situations, occupying lush terrain. And his most recent interests explore self-preservation ...
Brenau University celebrates the 25th anniversary of its acclaimed art galleries programs and the beginning of one of the university-owned permanent art collections Jan. 21 ...
For 100 years, the Georgia Department of Transportation has been managing the state's transportation system, from the dirt roads of 1916 to the paved ...
As the winter season hits full swing, the Quinlan Visual Arts Center is preparing for its next round of exhibitions.
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