Beauty, communication, addiction, Chinese storytelling and loss are all themes Brenau University students explore with a dance.
Camping, canoeing, hiking and all things related to the great outdoors will be part of the annual HemlockFest in Dahlonega.
Artist Jon Mehlferber has "been interested in art making for as long as (he) can remember."
Young Gainesville thespians will transform their high school stage into an upperclass Jewish German community in Atlanta during December 1939 to perform "The Last Night of Ballyhoo."
Parents who have suffered the loss of a child will actually be encouraged to run away one Saturday morning.
Halloween is past, and Valentine's Day is several months away yet, but you shouldn't abandon your costumes or hopes of finding your knight in shining armor just yet.
Lee Ayers spent his life helping others with their car repairs at Amen Auto Repair. And now car owners he served are hoping to help him.
Hall County government is issuing a call for artists to participate in its public art program.
Children will be on a candy overload even before Halloween thanks to the Trick or Treat on the Trail.
Some say truth is scarier than fiction. And now you can learn some of Gainesville's scary truths.
Since 2010, the Secret Santa Car Show has been bringing a time of "family, fellowship, and fun" to Oakwood.
Every year, adult mummies and witches bring their tiny superheroes and pirates to the Mother-Son Halloween Dance.
While children chow down on sugary sweets for Halloween, adults may sip on wine at the Wine-O-Ween Spooktacular.
Avid cyclists wishing to watch Mother Nature's masterpiece of fall color arrive and endure a workout as well may have the opportunity to do both in Northeast Georgia.
Legendary basketball players from the Harlem Globetrotters as well as the NBA and NFL will take on area celebrities for a good cause in Gainesville.
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Beginning on Valentine's Day, theater lovers will listen in on secret conversations at a costume ball, a grand courtyard, a jail and a wedding ...
White County author Emory Jones is adapting his historical novel, "The Valley Where They Danced," into a play - and Northeast Georgians are invited to help.
Piedmont College Theatre troupe explores the search for self-awareness and the journey every human being must face to have a bountiful life in Larry Shue ...
When Nancy Hellebrand's mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, a caregiver suggested the woman put pen to paper to keep track of her ...
For the next three months, three galleries at Brenau University in Gainesville will feature three varied art exhibitions.
More than 35 Georgia Watercolor Society members from all across the United States who have reached the "signature" level status is in the spotlight in ...
Those looking to ring in the new year with a splash will have to wait a few weeks.
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