The High Museum of Art, in collaboration with the Mauritshuis, The Hague, will present a major exhibition of Dutch masterworks in 2013, including Johannes Vermeer's iconic "Girl with a Pearl Earring," which has not been on view in the United States for more than 15 years and has never been seen in the Southeast.
Katie Deal and her husband, Chris Wright, will perform an outdoor benefit concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 29, at Gardens on Green.
Every song has a memory, especially the styling sounds of the 1940s and Frank Sinatra, which are coming to the mountains this month.
Music Pickin' on the porch will be Friday, July 5, in front of Inside Out Sautee, 2454 Ga. 17, in the Sautee Nacoochee Valley.
Brenau University Galleries is holding a reception today to celebrate two of its summer exhibitions. The reception will showcase the exhibitions "The Good Wife" and "Brenau Family Ties."
Independence Day is right around the corner along with several activities to do in North Georgia. From events in Gainesville to Blairsville, there will be something for the entire family. So, join one of the many activities going on in North Georgia.
Lakewood Baptist Church, Gainesville First United Methodist and Dunwoody United Methodist Church are honoring the military men and women this weekend with their own patriotic celebration.
The second concert of the 2013 summer series at Peachtree Pointe Amphitheater is Gainesville, Fla.,-bred band, Sister Hazel. The band takes the stage at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 22.
The North Georgia Chamber Music Festival, hosted by the University of North Georgia, will continue with its final two concerts Saturday, June 22, and Sunday, June 23.
The Humane Society of Northeast Georgia will celebrate 100 years in operation Saturday at Lakeview Academy in Gainesville. The humane society was founded in 1913 and is the oldest non-church, nonprofit organization in Northeast Georgia.
The Humane Society of Northeast Georgia is looking for pure bred pups to all-American mutts for its 2014 Life Savers Calendar.
"Days of Our Lives" star Chandler Massey, 22, won his second Daytime Emmy on Sunday night for his role as Will Horton. Massey won the outstanding younger actor award. He is the grandson of Gainesville residents Abit and Kayanne Massey and was attending the University of California, Los Angeles, when he was cast as Will Horton.
Aurora Theatre assembles the best children's performers in the region, bringing them to Gwinnett County for the Aurora Children's Playhouse series.
The International Ballet Intensive's three-week residential summer dance program, under the direction of Danita Emma and Momchil Mladenov, culminates with a public performance by the elite group of young dancers at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 22, in the Hosch Theatre at the John S. Burd Center for the Performing Arts on Brenau University's Gainesville campus.
Every Saturday and Sunday in June, Three Sisters Vineyards & Winery will present the Georgia Wine Country Festival for its 12th year at the Lumpkin County vineyard.
Radio stars of the 1940s and early 1950s will be honored during an upcoming performance of "On the Air" at the Cumming Playhouse.
Having the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certified building in Gwinnett County, The Environmental and Heritage Center plans to highlights its sustainable features with a Build It Green event.
"Revien" means "to return" and that is what two members of the Revien Trio will do when they perform in an upcoming concert at Piedmont College.
As the dreary and drab months of winter settle in, the Sautee Nacoochee Center galleries are brightening up their space with sparkling, dazzling jewelry.
With the theme "Blues with Feeling," visitors to the Folk Pottery Museum on Saturday will view pottery by White County potter Edwin Meaders featuring his famous blue roosters in rare multi-headed varieties. It will also showcase his earliest wood-fired work and numerous decorated functional pieces.
With plans to throw their daughter a perfect wedding, the play "One Slight Hitch" shows how with one ring of a doorbell chaos can ensue.
Look out! Little Red is ridin' into your 'hood, the Three Little Pigs are hamming it up and the Big Bad Wolf is working double time in this twisted tangle of tales.
A new year leads to a new round of Evenings of Intimate Jazz, sponsored by The Arts Council. And launching the 18th season will be the Jaimee Paul Trio.