An upcoming race through downtown Gainesville will not only pay homage to an important piece of legislation, it will also help individuals with disabilities lead more complete and independent lives.
It's hard to say if R.A. Miller would have enjoyed being the center of attention at his 100th birthday party.
Habersham Community Theatre is taking a stroll with a legend with the presentation of "A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline." The play, by Dean Reagan, will open July 26.
Helen Arts & Heritage Center's upcoming show "Sights and Sounds of Summer" features work by painter Mary Ellen Rand and potter Nannette Johnson and starts with a reception at 5 p.m. Thursday, July 19.
The Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center is opening a new traveling exhibit, which will run until Oct. 15, titled "Crime Lab Detective." It's a fun way to highlight a number of crucial elements of the scientific process. Crime Lab Detective takes visitors into the popular world of crime labs and detective work.
The Arts Council will present "16-Love" as part of its annual summer Movies on the Green series at 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 13 at The Arts Council Smithgall Arts Center.
If you're looking to learn more about the "old maids of Murrayville" or the first automobile in Banks County, you may or may not get the answers you seek during Saturday's "Celebrations: ARTS ALIVE" radio broadcast.
There's still time to get tickets to Sunday's benefit jam aimed at saving Dawsonville's historic Pool Room.
An annual juried exhibition of art created by the best students in the Department of Visual Arts at North Georgia College & State University is in its final month, and will remain open through July 30.
The Play On Players, a college project collaboration between college theater majors Carly Berg and Haden Rider, plan to hold auditions Aug. 13 for young actors ages 8 to 18 who are interested in landing a performance spot at the national Junior Theater Festival. The festival is scheduled to take place January 2013 in Atlanta.
The Gainesville Theatre Alliance has announced a new theatrical season that begins this fall with well-loved and new titles, both classical and contemporary for theatergoers in North Georgia.
This past weekend local band BlueBilly Grit took first place in the nationally renowned Telluride Bluegrass Competition in southwest Colorado.
When the beginning of a new month rolled around Sunday, that meant one thing - time to head downtown for First Friday.
From monoplanes to biplanes, and helicopters to jets, the 44th annual Cracker Fly-In on Saturday will have something for aircraft enthusiasts, collectors and restorers, no matter how young or old.
Families near and far may have celebrated Independence Day Wednesday, but on Sunday, the Northeast Georgia History Center will give background on the local impact of the war that garnered our freedom.
Most musicians credit their bandmates for their growth as artists, but Karl Reising, the bassist for Mid Life Crisis, actually owes his life to his fellow musicians.
Family Promise of Hall County will crank up the tunes this Saturday to help make the dreams of many local homeless families come true.
Wine enthusiasts wishing to imbibe in the reds and whites fermented and corked in Northeast Georgia will have a chance this weekend.
Clay creations from juired gallery artists along with pieces from White County students adorn the walls in the Sautee Nacoochee Center until Sept. 7.
While New York City can experience Shakespeare in the Park, Hall County residents can picnic and enjoy an original tale on Lake Lanier.