To help get past the coldest day of the year, think about the strains of great music and the aroma of great barbecue awakening the senses on a balmy Appalachian morning.
DAHLONEGA - North Georgia College & State University's nationally recognized Golden Eagle Band will be performing free shows throughout Northeast Georgia this spring, presenting its annual large-scale production, this year called "Magick."
"Headwaters: Didja Hear?," the acclaimed community story performance, has scheduled auditions from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
ATHENS - The UGA Performing Arts Center will present award-winning violinist Bella Hristova in concert at 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 27, in Ramsey Concert Hall.
ATHENS - The UGA Performing Arts Center, in partnership with the Classic Center, will present the Chieftains on their 50th anniversary tour at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24, in the Classic Center Theatre.
ATHENS - Three of the most popular vocal groups in music history will grace the Hodgson Hall stage when the UGA Performing Arts Center presents the Coasters, Drifters and Platters on Friday.
Bark if you like art. Or music. Or animals.
Give Us Names is bringing the struggles of displaced South American farmers to Hall County.
It's high time to bring poodle skirts and bobby socks back to Gainesville, and that is just what the Voices of North Georgia intend to do. On Friday night, the choral group presents "Rockin' at the Hop: A Romantic Cabaret."
The giants of American politics are headed to Gainesville this weekend.
Evan Christopher is a refreshingly bright light on the national and international jazz scene. This weekend, he brings his unique sound to Gainesville as part of The Arts Council's Evenings of Intimate Jazz series.
HELEN - Unicoi State Park and Lodge in the North Georgia mountains shakes off the winter chill with an outstanding arts and crafts exhibition.
This weekend, a group of professional anglers will be sailing into Gainesville with the Fishing 4 Reel Outdoors tournament, but their focus is larger than just a good catch.
Laughter may make for superior medicine, but in this case, it also helps to put a roof over a deserving family's head.
Before they're all grown up and out on their own, the Gainesville Parks and Recreation Department is giving fathers an opportunity to bond with their daughters.
Gainesville First United Methodist Church is hosting its 17th annual Christmas is One Language concert this Sunday.
Nashville songwriter Chuck Jones, who has had a number of charting singles on country and pop radio, will perform his rich archive of tunes at 8 p.m. Friday night at The Crimson Moon Cafe in Dahlonega.
Sounds of Thanksgiving and Christmas can be heard in the historic gym at the Sautee Nacoochee Community Association Center soon.