Today's home may be ruled by what's on the TV screen, but the latest production at the Historic Holly takes folks back to a time when the radio reigned supreme.
Seven decades after it was released, "Casablanca" remains popular among movie lovers as time goes by.
The Toccoa Symphony Orchestra will offer its own version of March Madness at its midwinter concert at 4 p.m. March 18 in the Garrison Auditorium of the Georgia Baptist Conference Center.
"Spring on Springer," the second annual Dahlonega Trail Fest, is set for March 16-18 in Dahlonega.
Piedmont music professor Andrea Price, soprano, will perform a faculty recital at 7:30 p.m. March 20 in the Piedmont College Chapel.
Down-home artisans will be the focus of the Northeast Georgia History Center's Family Day activities this weekend.
Smithgall Woods State Park and Dukes Creek Conservation Area in Helen has planned a workshop this weekend to ensure that folks don't lose their way.
A Hall County teenager is among the finalists in the Stars of Tomorrow talent competition set for Sunday, March 11, at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta.
The brother of a recording star who has carved a niche of his own in the musical world will be featured in the second of The Arts Council's Pearce Series concerts.
Singer Beyonce may have a song out about the world being run by girls, but WomenSource is making sure local girls have the tools they need to accomplish the task.
From the Sunday morning comic strips to television and the big screen and now the community theater stage in Flowery Branch, the "Peanuts" gang is winning over the hearts of a new generation.
Large-format prints by Scott Stephens will be on display at the Piedmont College Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art through March 31.
As a complement to Dahlonega's "Trail Fest," the Gold Museum will host a lecture March 15 on the history and experiences found on the Appalachian Trail, presented by hiking enthusiast Charles Aiken.
North Georgia Theatre, a professional theater company in residence at Piedmont College, will hold auditions for the 2012 Summer Season from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 17 at the Swanson Center for Performing Arts and Communications in Demorest.
ATHENS - The UGA Performing Arts Center will present the internationally acclaimed piano duo Christina and Michelle Naughton at 8 p.m. March 6 in Ramsey Concert Hall.
With spring officially three weeks away, the late blooms of hellebores are set to open leading Piccadilly Farm to be the site of a spectacular display of thousands of the Lenten Roses in full bloom.
Pastor Grim, Drake Friday, The Gourdhead Cowboys and a radio show gang will tackle the theme, "Summertime," during the Valley Harmony Radio Show.
After being thrown together on two separate occasions, Kyle Obermeier and Jarret Chastain decided to form their own band Roshambeaux.
Most artists need inspiration before starting a work of art. Now, their own inspiring pieces will be on display.
The Spartan Players will turn themselves into ghouls to perform to separate plays while the senior thespians will show off their talents in March.
Challenged Child & Friends will have its 22nd annual 5-kilometer run and 1-mile fun run Sunday.
Original works by artists Bill Davidson, Don Demers and Jay Kemp are among the 100 juried pieces in the 36th annual Quinlan Visual Arts Center Fine Art Auction on Saturday in Gainesville.