Dinner, dancing, live music and award-winning bulldog, Annabelle, are part of the annual fundraising Fur Ball.
We walked into a well-furnished room and the door shut behind us.
Novice and experts alike will be dancing machines during the inaugural Dancing with the North Georgia Stars competition.
Edgar Loudermilk and Jaemor Farms are teaming up to present "a whole day of music" dedicated to bluegrass.
Two Hall County children - Eli Ligon and Brecklynn Allgood - are battling cancer.
Three distinct art exhibits will open next week at Quinlan Visual Arts Center in downtown Gainesville.
Artists from as far away as Asheville, N.C., and Ohio and as close as Dahlonega, Tallulah Falls and Lawrenceville will be entering the "Not Your Run of the Mill" Juried Art Exhibition and Artists' Shoppe.
To celebrate the music of humanity, the Believers Concert Band will perform its annual spring concert titled "Music for the Soul."
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.
Times staff reports
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.
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