ATHENS - The UGA Performing Arts Center will present Guitar Passions at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 16 in Hodgson Concert Hall.
Sometimes the only way to tell your sweetheart how you truly feel about him or her is with a song. Unfortunately, most people aren't able to share a beautiful sentiment with their own voices.
The Dawson County Arts Council announces its fine art exhibition at the Bowen Center for the Arts of works by Frank Ross from the collection of his daughter, Bonnie Petras of Cleveland.
Dahlonega's Historic Holly Theater announces auditions for its upcoming production of "Smoke on the Mountain."
The city of Cornelia is once again putting on a dance to end all dances.
As temperatures flux in February, the state parks and historic sites in Georgia are offering an array of activities for the men and women who love the outdoors. Events range from an examination of the hemlock to a Valentine's Day hike.
Lanier Technical College has partnered with King's Hawaiian to present the first 5K to benefit the Lanier Technical College Foundation.
In southern Germany, Bavaria and Austria, Fasching equals fat Tuesday and what better way to celebrate Mardi Gras than by tubing the icy waters of the Chattahoochee River in the Alpine Village of Helen.
Here in the Deep South, the idea of interracial relationships has been an iffy subject for some and probably still is for many people who lived through the Civil Rights movement.
Zumba enthusiasts can show their prowess and raise money for a heart-healthy organization in one swoop Saturday afternoon.
Runners looking for a different terrain to race on can try the 5-kilometer and fun run this Saturday in Dahlonega.
Early examples of Georgian folk pottery such as double-handled syrup jugs, utilitarian bowls and pitchers are on display in a special temporary exhibit Saturday at the Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia.
Deemed one of the world's more celebrated musicians, violinist Joshua Bell will perform Tuesday at the University of Georgia.
Fifth Row Center, the community theater group based in Buford, is launching a new round of classes for the next two months.
Chinese acrobats will tumble into Gainesville next Thursday.
As blooms burst forth marking the spring season, three University of North Georgia choirs and music majors celebrate its arrival with a handful of concerts.