The music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and other great composers will highlight the North Georgia Chamber Symphony's performance at First Presbyterian Church in Gainesville.
More than 30 area restaurants ranging from fast food to fine dining will converge on North Hall High School to provide "Dinner with a Touch of Brass."
Beginning May 1, the Bowen Center for the Arts will highlight two exceptional exhibits of more than 75 artworks by more than 30 artists.
In 1995, four young friends joined their musical talent to play their favorite Beatles songs just for fun.
Fans of Gold and Light will have the chance to see the duo perform twice in Gainesville this weekend.
What began as two men playing their guitar and bass on back porches and yards has now evolved into the fully developed five-man band of Drunk on the Wind.
High school teams from all across the South will shove off on Lake Lanier this weekend and race for the rowing bragging rights.
As Friday, May 8, marks the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, the Northeast Georgia History Center plans to focus on the events of the day and its aftermath with a forum Tuesday, May 12.
This year's Rubber Duck Derby, sponsored by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County, will again prove it is all it's quacked up to be.
The city of Lula plans to celebrate the locomotive and its era of cutting a trail across the United States with its 39th annual Railroad Days festival.
For residents wishing to preserve or save the state's trees, a Hemlock Help Clinic is the program to attend.
To follow the saying "April showers bring May flowers," the city of Dahlonega plans to celebrate the unfurling blooms with the 2015 Mountain Flower Art Festival.
Accomplished jazz vocalist and free improvisation artist Virginia Schenck will entertain music lovers with a concert Saturday, May 16.
The silliest ping pong tournament in Georgia returns for a second year to the historic Sautee Nacoochee Center Gymnasium.
As the weather warms up, fruits and vegetables poke out of the ground, pop off the vine and burst out of the bushes, which leads to the reopening of farmers markets across the Northeast Georgia territory.
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The Scripps National Spelling Bee features eighth-graders or younger vying for the top spelling title in the nation, which is televised.
Printmaking is the design and production of prints by an artist, who achieve such a look through various techniques. Brenau University's art program teaches ...
A quintet of America's top female brass players, Seraph Brass, will perform a concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, in the ...
The memorable musical following students at New York's School of the Performing Arts through their four years will appear on the Gainesville High School ...
Is it possible to travel around the world in less than two hours? The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center thinks it is.
White County students will step into the spotlight Sunday, Feb. 26, as the Helen Arts & Heritage Center awards them for their excellence in art with ...
Shannon Johnstone's dog photographs may look like fun portraits of man's best friend, but they are deadly serious.
As a child growing up in Moscow during the Soviet Union control, Svetlana Shmulyian listened to jazz, describing it as an "exotic" thing that countered ...
For the next three months, three galleries at Brenau University in Gainesville will feature three varied art exhibitions.
Those looking to ring in the new year with a splash will have to wait a few weeks.
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