For 20 years, the faith-based dance and performance group Praise in Motion has been putting on dance and theatrical performances. The group is looking forward to its holiday season production of "The Gift," to be performed Saturday, Nov. 19, in Gainesville.
The UGA Performing Arts Center will present "The Miles Davis Experience: 1949 to 1959" at 8 p.m. Nov. 17 in Hodgson Concert Hall.
It may only be November, but it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in some parts of Gainesville.
After spending two years giving everything she had to help promote and support musical artists following their dreams, Heather Wilkerson decided to follow her own dream in the world of musically inspired visual art.
Tellabration!, the worldwide storytelling event that started more than 25 years ago, will come to the Sautee Nacoochee Center at 8 p.m. Nov. 19 with storyteller Minton Sparks. Local storyteller David Fore will open Saturday's show.
Thanksgiving is coming a little early to First Presbyterian Church in Gainesville.
The North Georgia College & State University Jazz Band is preparing for Monday's performance of current and classic jazz.
On Nov. 19, Riverbend Baptist Church will be taken over by "Lions," puppets and fun - oh my!
The Charles Dickens classic holiday novel, "A Christmas Carol," is coming to life at Piedmont College.
The Northeast Georgia Arts Tour Holiday Road Open House Weekend takes place Nov. 11-13.
"Splittin' the Raft" makes its regional debut this weekend at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
Performer Kurt H. Sutton is packing up his instruments and narrative skills, and heading to Dahlonega to bring audiences "An Evening with Mark Twain."
If evangelist Billy Graham and comedian "Weird Al" Yankovic teamed up for a performance, it would come out something like an ApologetiX concert. At least the band seems to think that way.
North Georgia College & State University will hold its first-ever conference on New Directions in Writing & Publishing Nov. 10-11.
November is National Novel Writing Month, and what better time is there to hold a literary festival than when the art is being recognized?
Shake the cobwebs off those magic wands and dust off your glass slippers for Suwanee Performing Arts' 2014 Broadway in the Park production of "Cinderella."
"Women's Work," the new exhibit showcasing at Brenau University's Sellars Gallery, takes a new look at the idea of traditional female roles and tasks.
This weekend, hundreds of martial arts competitors ranging in ages and belt colors will converge on Riverside Military Academy's Curtis Hall Gym to push their limits in the Atlantic Pacific Tang Soo Do Foundation's national championships.
Monthly Friday night music will end July 25 as Cornelia closes its summer concert series.
A mix of northern and southern contra dance music will float out of the Sautee Nacoochee Community Association gym Saturday, July 26, as the three musicians of Free Association perform.
Jim McBride began writing songs at 12 years old but never dreamed of it becoming his career until 20 years later.
Not everyone can say they've lasted 50 years in the music business. But Gary Nicholson, who is in his mid-60s, can.
Putting the sizzle in the summer at Horizon is the world premiere of Darren Canady's "Right On," a soul-filled story with laughter, tears and a funky beat.
Two masters in the fields of photography and painting are the featured artists at the Bowen Center for the Arts in Dawsonville.
If you think you can take the heat, then register for the Hot Pursuit Summer 5-kilometer race held by the Hall County Sheriff's office on Saturday.
"You guys wanna go see a dead body?"
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