Babies, children, teens and young adults may compete for more trophies and crowns during the Sunburst USA Beautiful Baby and Miss Sunbrust contests in Gainesville.
Dads and daughters can get ready to dance and dine on three different nights during this year's annual Daddy Daughter Dance at Gainesville Civic Center.
The enduring legacy and tradition of the Negro Spiritual will be seen as the University of North Georgia Chorale and Office of Student Activities host the Georgia Spiritual Ensemble.
For 18 years, recording artist Cecil Welch toured with the Henry Mancini Orchestra as the solo trumpet player.
At 14 years old, Cain-Oscar Bergeron received a handmade stainless steel pipe flute as a gift from his grandfather, because his family could not afford one.
The Scripps National Spelling Bee features eighth-graders or younger vying for the top spelling title in the nation, which is televised.
A Church Choir Festival featuring several church and school ensembles will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26, at Dahlonega United Methodist Church.
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 chapel at Piedmont College at 992 Central Ave. in Demorest.
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 theater for the first time.
Voices of North Georgia will present its our midseason gala "A Country Showcase" at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, in the banquet hall of First Baptist Church in Gainesville.
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 an annual exhibit.
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 the official Communist regime.
The parables Jesus Christ used to teach his disciples about God's love for them are coming to life with a little musical accompaniment in Gainesville Theatre Alliance's production of "Godspell."
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The 2017 Spring Chicken Festival is clucking its way back to Gainesville to celebrate the poultry industry with family fun.
According to the book of 1 Samuel 17, a young shepherd boy named David fought a Philistine man named Goliath, killing him with sling and ...
What do you get when you combine a beloved community theater group, an award-winning bluegrass band and an outstanding female singer known for her accomplishments ...
Wind ensemble fans have two opportunities to hear music by large and small groups at Piedmont College.
Originally from Canada, artist Frances Geiger didn't get involved with art until she was in her mid-40s. But you couldn't guess that from ...
Friends and members of the Elachee Nature Science Center will put on their party clothes for a casual evening filled with catered food and entertainment ...
When the sun sets April 29, area residents can stare into the night's sky and learn about the vast wonders of outer space during ...
Six University of North Georgia Gainesville campus students will have their moment in the sun coupled with a monetary prize.
Solo artists to marine artists to a society of artists are part of more than a hundred artists to be featured in the Quinlan Visual ...
As a dental technician and artist, Jim Stallings has quite the background.
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