One weekend in April, Dahlonega is swarmed with visitors seeking bluegrass music, Appalachian art and crafted folklore.
Pull out your tux and dust off your dancing shoes, The Arts Council's annual Black and White Ball is upon us again.
Many eyes will be on the nighttime skies over the next two weekends.
There is one mammal on earth capable of true flight, and Elachee Nature Science Center wants to share them with the public.
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With Spring Break just a week away, countless students and their parents may be dreaming about sunny days on the beach with their toes in the sand.
PGA professionals and amateur golfers alike are flocking to a unique driving range in Alpharetta.
Reality TV shows such as "Survivor" and "Big Brother" take real people and put them into unreal situations.
While exploring space is out of the question for most who don't aspire to become an astronaut, visitors to downtown Gainesville can gain a new understanding of the planets through a simple stroll.
Spring break camps
If you need some "Help" because "Yesterday" has been "A Hard Day's Night," then just "Let It Be" by listening to The Return of the Beatles.
Most children know the tale of the big, bad wolf disguised as a grandmother, contemplating the best way to eat a little girl in a red cloak.
The late John Kollock was instrumental in the Bavarian design of Helen's architecture, making it a tourism hub in the Northeast Georgia mountains.
Fill your stomachs with food and feast your ears on music at the Chili Cook Off and Concert in Dahlonega.
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We walked into a well-furnished room and the door shut behind us.
Three distinct art exhibits will open next week at Quinlan Visual Arts Center in downtown Gainesville.
The definition of dance is to move your body in a way that goes with the rhythm and style of music, according to the Merriam-Webster ...
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 ...
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