Four bands with repertoires of ranging from country to rock 'n' roll will entertain audiences and raise money for a charity, all under the name of Mitch Farmer.
Nestled in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains are numerous farms, producing endless staples for people across the state.
Eight days before the nation's birthday, a full-size orchestra may get residents in the celebratory spirit with its Patriotic Pops concert.
For basically his whole life, Trevor Ballard has been "doing art … ever since I was little."
For centuries, humans have partnered with raptors for hunting.
As the legend of "Tarzan" is set to open in movie theaters July 1, the Lumpkin County High School thespians plan to present its own version of the classic tale.
The 47th annual Cracker Fly-In is ready to take off.
While plane enthusiasts love to fly and show off their skills at airplane shows, they like to have a little fun in the air, too.
It's an outdoor, summer pastime made popular by professionals such as Tony Hawk.
While summer activites abound throughout Northeast Georgia, community theater groups are providing an alternative indoor entertainment.
Northeast Georgia residents are invited to sit back, relax and enjoy the rodeo.
Gainesville residents and neighbors can spend select evenings this summer picnicking downtown during an outdoor concert series.
While most residents spend weekend days on the lake, the Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club is offering a different experience Friday night.
As the summer heats up, the city of Clarkesville will cool down its residents with its Downtown Splashdown.
Summertime is considered playtime for children out of school. And sometimes parents are left out, only transporting their child from activity to activity.
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Self-employed as a commercial and advertising artist, Larry Griffeth has been involved with photography for quite some time.
Swimmers of all ages and levels plan to plunge into the waters of Lake Lanier and raise money for early stage cancer research through a ...
With young and old playing the game cornhole, the Gainesville Parks and Recreation department is hosting a Cornhole in the Park Tournaments.
Two-dimensional and 3D paintings, glassware and photography from various artists will adorn the walls at the Bowen Center for the Arts for a monthlong exhibit.
Tubing is finally open for the summer.
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